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New Beer List

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Beer, Style, Alcohol Content, Origin
St. Bernardus Abt 12 (“House Beer”), “A rich brown ale that is smooth, creamy and full bodied with a big richness.”, 10.5%, Belgium
Dupont Saison Vielle Provision, “The classic farmhouse ale, back on tap! Effervescent and spicy, this is an immensely refreshing beer, with hints of clove, black pepper, and floral Belgian hops.”, 6.5%, Belgium
Gulden Draak, “Meaning Golden Dragon, this triple is dark brown in color with natural malt toffee-like sweetness but well-balanced with some hoppy accents.”, 10.5%, Belgium
Bavik Wittekerke, “A Belgian wheat ale. Crisp and refreshing wit, with suggestions of honey, citrus, and champagne.”, 5%, Belgium
Lindemans Pecheresse, “This Belgian lambic-style beer is aged on oak barrels with peaches, then sweetened before packaging. Big sweet-sour peach flavors, with a light mouthfeel.”, 2.7%, Belgium
Maredsous Dubbel, “A brown or brune ale brewed under the supervision of the monastic community of Maredsous. Top fermented beer, brewed according to Benedictine tradition.”, 8%, Belgium
Silly Stupid Sour, “Brasserie de Silly has taken their signature Silly Sour and taken it to a whole new level. Completely unblended Sour ale, this beer is a deep garnet color with aromas of tart cherries and raspberries.”, 5%, Belgium
Vander Ghinste Belligem’s Oud Bruin, “A blend of dark wheat ale and lambic aged in oak barrels for 18 months,this Flanders-style brown ale is malty and fruity, with a sour pucker and hints of fine balsamic.”, 5.5%, Belgium
Val-Dieu Grand Cru, “This longstanding brewery’s masterpiece. Smooth despite the strength, the beer exhibits flavors of raisin, wine grape and caramel, with an effervescent finish.”, 10.5%, Belgium
Van Steenburge Atomium Grand Cru, “Golden strong ale brewed with six different grains. Honey-ish, floral, and rustic.”, 8%, Belgium
Dieu du Ciel! Aphrodite, “A mid-strength, not too sweet stout brewed with cocoa nibs and vanilla beans. Mmmmm.”, 6.5%, Canada
Amager Rye King*, “Lightly smoked rye stout; collaboration between Amager and John Laffler (Off Color Brewing, and formerly of Goose Island). Big spicy rye notes, light roast coffee, and dark, pepper-accented chocolate.”, 7.7%, Denmark
Buxton Pic Tor, “Sour ale brewed with passionfruit, from one of England’s finest new-school breweries. Tart and refreshing, this beer brings to mind Lemonhead candy, Hawaiian punch, Warheads, and a Tom Collins.”, 6.4%, England
Siren/Fyne Ales Wee Milky Way, “The session ale craze is permeating all stylistic fronts, and that now includes the black IPA. This session strength hoppy dark ale is brewed with a touch of lactose for a creamy, rounded texture.”, 3.1%, England
Professor Fritz Briem Piwo Grodziskie, “Lightly sour, smoked wheat ale dating back to the 15th century. Traditionally low in carbonation, this mild wheat beer exhibits gentle smoke notes, a hint of orange, and clean Continental hops.”, 4%, Germany
Reissdorf Kölsch, “A light, well-attenuated beer, this hybrid beverage is fermented with ale yeast, but conditioned like a lager. It is clean and crisp, with a slight floral hop note.”, 4.8%, Germany
Uerige Dopplesticke, “A strong altbier, this dark brew is fermented with ale yeast, then conditioned at cooler temperatures like a lager. Bready, with notes of chocolate and brandy.”, 8.5%, Germany
La Trappe Puur, “Light, hoppy abbey single ale. Thirst-quenching, with flowery hops and a dry finish.”, 4.7%, Netherlands
Alpine Beer Company Duet, “One of Alpine’s original hoppy gems, this IPA is a perfect marriage of Amarillo and Simcoe hops. Waves and waves of orange, peach, and dank, dank pine.”, 7%, California
Alpine Beer Company Hoppy Birthday, “A classic West Coast pale ale! Citrusy, fragrant hops are underscored by a light malt backbone. A stellar introduction to these hop savants.”, 5.25%, California
Green Flash Soul Style IPA, “One of Green Flash’s newest offerings, this big, bold, dry IPA is bursting at the seams with Mosaic, Citra, and Simcoe hops. Intensely tropical and juicy, with a hint of astringency.”, 6.5%, California
Central Waters Summarillo, “India Pale…Lager? Yep, this crisp, clean lager is hopped like an IPA. Copious amounts of Amarillo hops lend notes of orange and melon to this newest offering from Central Waters.”, 5.2%, Wisconsin
Green Flash Le Freak, “
A modern ale created by converging two beer styles, Belgian Trippel and American Imperial IPA. The use of two yeast strains further marries the styles and American hops give the beer its modern flare.”, 9.2%, California
North Coast Old Rasputin Imperial Stout (Nitro), “One of the U.S.’s classic imperial stouts. Roasty and highly hopped for the style, it features notes of baker’s chocolate, coffee, and buttered rum.”, 9%, California
Perennial Hopfentea, “Collaboration with Hopleaf of Chicago. A Berliner weisse steeped with a special tea blend, this beer is tart and Champagne-like, with notes of pineapple and mango.”, 4.2%, Missouri
Stillwater Cellar Door, “Stronger Belgian wit-style beer brewed with white sage. Light in body, but big on the yeast esters and aromatic sage notes.”, 6.6%, Maryland