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Beer StylesWhat means what?

Czech PilsenerThis is what is all means.

The birth of Pilsner beer can be traced back to its namesake, the ancient city of Plzen (or Pilsen) which is situated in the western half of the Czech Republic in what was once Czechoslovakia and previously part of the of Bohemian Kingdom. Pilsner beer was first brewed back in the 1840's when the citizens, brewers and maltsters of Plzen formed a brewer's guild and called it the People's Brewery of Pilsen.

The Czech Pilsner, or sometimes known as the Bohemian Pilsner, is light straw to golden color and crystal clear. Hops are very prevalent usually with a spicy bitterness and or a spicy floral flavor and aroma, notably one of the defining characteristics of the Saaz hop. Smooth and crisp with a clean malty palate, many are grassy. Some of the originals will show some archaic yeast characteristics similar to very mild buttery or fusel (rose like alcohol) flavors and aromas.

Beers that we serveHere are some beers that we have that are this style.

  • Vernon's Pils

    Spring seasonal named after beloved Vern "the Jolly mon" Dean.

Want to take a bottle home?

Player 1 now has a To-Go option for those on the run or wanting to continue the party at home! Order by phone or with our lovely game tenders located in the front of the bar! You can order as few as one beer, or as many as you want, create your own six pack, we've got you covered! All to-go orders will receive an additional 10% off their entire order!As an added bonus, Members who have reached new levels in our membership program will use their discount perks instead!

Call 407.778.4815 to order a bottle and come pick it up.

Why only craft beers?

The number one reason is craft beer tastes better than the "beer water" that is mass produced and mass marketed by the big beer companies. Craft beer tastes better because craft brewers spend their time focusing the quality of their beer rather than focusing on their marketing campaigns and stock prices.

Oh yeah! Craft beers can pack a punch. Most craft beers range from 5-10% ABV, but some can reach 20%, 30%, and even 40% ABV.