What’s On Tap
ABV – alcohol by volume; SRM – standard reference method
Olde Town Alt
Style: Dusseldorf Alt – A German style brown ale. Rich amber color. Fruity flavors. Mellow producing a smooth & delicate brew.
Style: Varies – The “X” is an experimental beer … these beers will be adventures, recommendations, request or just something to try. They will not always be on tap, but when they are, they will be a selection with a TWIST.
Style: American Black IPA – Pitch black in color and showcases malty and moderate roasty notes. It is quite hoppy.
Style: American IPA – Brewed with American base and crystal malts. The combination creates a brew with good body and a grainy sweetness. This brew is single hopped with Centennial to provide the bitterness and dominant citrus aroma & flavor.
Style: Belgian Triple – Strong, complex, mildly spicy. Lighter in color. Surprisingly high ABV for the lighter color. Dry and mildly bitter finish.
Style: Imperial Stout – A strong pitch-black beer with a tan head. Burnt bitter chocolate character with warming alcohol note.
Style: Pale Ale – A West Coast Style American Pale Ale which is a single hopped brew. The Citra hops provide the aroma and flavors of mango, passionfruit, and citrus with medium hop bitterness in the finish.
Porch Swing II
Style: Dampfbier –The original “Steam” Beer. An all barley ale, fermented with Weissbier yeast. Medium bodied, lightly hopped & brewed in the summer. This version is the original Porch Swing with a twist of end of summer tartness.
Style: American Porter – It has been a long day at work, quitting time is here. Very dark in color, hints of coffee compliment the traditional burnt flavor.
Style: American Blonde – An American version of a German Kolsch. Pale golden color, smooth, clean and crisp. Light malty flavor and a hint of fruitiness.
Style: Saison – A complex style with fruity aromas and flavors. Brewed with traditional European malts and hops. Initial sweetness with semi-dry finish.
Style: DunkelWeizen – Wheat beer native to southern Germany. Brewed as dark version of the similar Hefeweizen, this beer has complex malt flavors with low and balanced bitterness.
Style: Dusseldorf Alt – A tradition that the breweries in Dusseldorf hold dear is the release of a “Stick Bier” during the month of October. The Sticke is the name given to a special version of the traditional Altbier. It is higher in alcohol, carries a maltier flavor and is higher in hop bitterness.
Style: DIPA – brewed with Belgian pilsner malts and a plethora of hops, including Simcoe, Mosaic, Citra and Chinook. Full bodied with with serious hop bitterness and citrusy and fruity flavors.
Style: Belgian Blonde … Brewed with Belgian pale ale, Vienna and dark crystal malts to give it the deep golden color. The Styrian and Hersbrucker hops give an earthy and floral flavor with hints of white pepper.
Style: Belgian Quad … Strong and bold flavor … dark brown and full bodied. Nutty and malt flavors with medium-low hop bitterness. This one will keep you warm in the HAUS during the WINTER.
Style: Chocolate Milk Stout … Chocolate, Carafa and Dark English Crystal malts produce the pitch black color, lactose creates the smooth mouthfeel and cacao nibs produce the hint of chocolate flavor.
ALL PRICES INCLUDE ALL APPLICABLE FEDERAL, STATE AND LOCAL SALES AND ALCOHOL TAXES