An authentic oudenaarde brown beer has a slightly acidic freshness. the velvety attack is followed by aromas of toasted and burned malt, hops, caramel and fruity notes.
This strong, blonde abbey beer, which is re-fermented in the bottle, tastes of citrus, pineapple, peach, nectarine and herbs. malt and hops, which are both nicely balanced, for your taste buds.
Sour ale brewed with passion fruit and creme
Stronger than the traditional mead and gives an after taste of snaps, while retaining the mead's sweetness.
Refreshing witbier flavored with tasty bilberries, hand-picked near the arctic circle. it’s the perfect ale for your summer adventures, but enjoy it while you can – it will disappear with the midnight
Stout with cocoa nibs and coffee added and aged in whiskey barrels
Fruli is a unique blend of high quality, lightly-hopped belgian white beer & pure strawberries.
Maple oak is the first of the reserve series to receive the double barrel treatment, aging in both kentucky bourbon barrels and bourbon barrels that previously held vermont maple
Apple cider topped with a 24% abv cinnamon shot.
Strawberry apple cider topped with a 24% abv peppermint shot.
This is a butta-beer magical mix
Three daughters keylime cider with a delectable blend of butterscotch and grenadine sinker
This t-rex inspired drink packs a jurassic punch! st. bernardus abt 12 topped with a fierce framboise lambic shot.
Based on an original recipe from 1795, rare variety of fuggles hops dating to the mid-1800’s gives the beer a soft, rounded bitterness and uncanny drinkability.
In the style of a german maibock, using our proprietary pacman ale yeast. deep honey in color with a malty aroma and a rich hearty flavor.
Honey nut brown ale
Sometime we put things on special. Keep in mind that many drinks that are on special sell out quickly and may not be available when you get to Player 1.
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.