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We have over 20 select specialty bottles in addition to our extensive draft list.

 

 

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Wild Woods Barrel-Aged Treeline IPA Tapped on: April 20

An American-style India Pale Ale dry hopped and conditioned with juniper berries to accent the piney, citrusy flavor profile of the hops. Aged in Roundhouse gin barrels

Boulder, CO 7% ABV Wild Woods Brewery

Firestone Walker Easy Jack Tapped on: April 19

Brewmaster Matt Brynildson went to the mountain and returned with a vision for a different kind of Session IPA, one that would be brewed and dry hopped with a globetrotting selection of new hop varieties from Europe, New Zealand and North America. He foresaw a beer that would deliver massive hop aromas, a signature malt balance and an empty glass before you knew what hit you. And so the newest member of our Jack IPA family was born. 

Paso Robles, CA 4.5% ABV Firestone Walker Brewing Co.

Ninkasi Vanilla Oatis Tapped on: April 18

A delicious oatmeal stout with just enough hops to balance the copious quantities of dark roasted malts, oatmeal for a creamy smooth drinkability, and whole vanilla beans for a rich complexity. To achieve this higher level of decadence, we added in whole vanilla beans to the final stage of fermentation – the same process we use to dry hop a beer.

Eugene, OR 7.2% ABV Ninkasi Brewing

Odell Tree Shaker Peach IPA Tapped on: April 16

Colorado…we really love your peaches, wanna shake your tree! Tree Shaker Imperial IPA was brewed with 3,000 pounds of pureed Colorado peaches. The bright citrus hop character and subtle fruity sweetness will get your feet tapping and your taste buds dancing.

Fort Collins, CO 9.7% ABV Odell Brewing Co.

City Star Widow Maker Tapped on: April 01

Russian imperial oatmeal stout. Rich, sweet roasted malt. Complex dark fruit aroma and flavor.

Berthoud, Co 13.6% ABV City Star Brewing

Telluride FISHWater Double IPA Tapped on: March 30

FISHwater is the dream-child of Brewer Chris Fish, a long-time and full-time resident of Colorado and an in-demand brewer from everywhere between Boulder and Telluride. This beer was chosen because of its Wicked hops and moderate alcohol of 8.5% abv. The Calculated IBUs are well over 100. Hops in the boil are are Magnum, Chinook, CTZ, Centennials, and Citra. Chris goes to crazy heights with FISHwater, as it is double dry-hopped with CTZ, Chinook, Centennial and Citra. CTZ are known for their alpha-acids, similar to the Magnum, its German equivalent. That’s what gives this DIPA it’s very bitter taste, but the fermentation time has definitely helped even out its balance between bitter, sour, and citric. FISHwater is unfiltered, but fined. The hops used are from friends, including Marble and New Belgium.

Telluride, CO 8.4% ABV Telluride Brewing Co.

The Post Meathooks Tapped on: March 23

Dark Mild Ale

Lafayette, CO 4.1% ABV The Post Brewing Company

Oskar Blues Mama’s Little Yella Pils Tapped on: March 23

Oskar Blues’ Mama’s Little Yella Pills is an uncompromising, small-batch version of the beer that made Pilsen, Czech Republic famous. Unlike mass market “pilsners” diluted with corn & rice, Mama’s is built with 100% pale malt, German specialty malts, and Saaz hops. While it’s rich with Czeched-out flavor, its gentle hopping (35 IBUs) and low ABV (just 5.3%) make it a luxurious but low-dose (by Oskar Blues standards) refresher.

Lyons, CO 5.3% ABV Oskar Blues

Stone IPA Tapped on: March 22

Look up “hops” in the dictionary and you’ll see a picture of Stone IPA! “Dry-hopped” for an extra two weeks, this unique process gives our IPA its bountiful hop aroma and rich hop flavor. A full 70 IBUs (International Bitterness Units) creates this beer’s crisp and refreshing bitter character.

Escondido, CA 6.9% ABV Stone Brewing Co.

Bavik Petrus Aged Pale Tapped on: March 22

Our Petrus Aged Pale is an undiluted old beer. “This beer is made only with pale malts, and is unblended. It has 24-30 months in wood, and emerges with an oaky aroma; hints of sherry (a Palo Cortado nuttiness?) and fruit, among a depth of flavors; the classic sourness in the finish; and an intentionally low carbonation” (World Class Beverages). Developed from Petrus Oud Bruin; a paler version of a traditional local style.

Belgium 7.3% ABV Brewery Bavik

Sierra Nevada Pale Ale Tapped on: March 22

This version has slightly less alcohol, bitterness and slightly more color than the bottled version.  The hop varieties and malts used are the same.

Chico, CA 5.0% ABV Sierra Nevada

Left Hand Sawtooth Ale Tapped on: March 21

THIS AMBER ALE IS THE PERFECT BALANCE BETWEEN MALT AND HOPS. A GREAT SESSION BEER. Two guitars, bass and drums. It’s all you’ll ever need. Sessionable.  Unpretentious. Our original flagship. Proof that a beer can be both complex and balanced. Malty chewiness slowly transitioning over to herbal, earthy hops with a dry finish. Brewed to be enjoyed with friends and to stimulate serendipity. – See more at: http://lefthandbrewing.com/beers/sawtooth-ale/#sthash.5m9QQUo8.dpuf

Longmont, Co 5.3% ABV Left Hand Brewing

Post Townie Pale Ale Tapped on: March 20

Uptown, downtown, eastside, westside; we’re all townies and we all need a beer when we meet. Townie Pale Ale is that beer.

Brewed to 6.2% ABV with American Malt and loads of American hops Townie balances the rough and the smooth with an attitude that is never out of place. This beer delivers an amazing, complex hop aroma and flavor with a smooth malt backbone that will leave you wanting more.

Enjoy a Townie tonight!

Lafayette, CO 6.2% Post Brewing Co.

The Post Brewing Howdy Beer Tapped on: March 20

With Howdy Beer, we’ve taken the notion of the American Pilsner and 
have refreshed and renewed it as a gloriously drinkable celebration of our 
unique American brewing heritage and amazing American ingredients.This 
smooth, drinkable pils features a lovely American hop flavor and aroma 
which gives way to a delicate malt presence that finishes crisp and clean. 

Lafayette, CO 4.2% The Post Brewing Co.

Elevation 8 Second Kolsch Tapped on: March 20

easy drinking, crisp Ale

Poncha Springs, CO 4.5% ABV

Avery White Rascal Tapped on: March 18

A truly authentic Belgian style wheat or “white” ale, this Rascal is unfiltered (yup, that’s yeast on the bottom) and cleverly spiced with coriander and Curaçao orange peel producing a refreshingly zesty classic ale.

Boulder, CO 5.6% ABV Avery Brewing Co

Odell Cutthroat Porter Tapped on: March 18

Not quite a stout but definitely no lightweight, Cutthroat Porter is smooth and robust. Inspired by the classic London porters, we use dark roasted malts to create a deep, rich color and flavor that hint at chocolate and coffee. Cutthroat Porter is our tribute to the Colorado state fish. Although we’re big fans of small batches, here’s to the currently threatened Cutthroat population reaching mass quantities.

Ft. Collins, CO 5.1%.ABV

Bavik Pilsner Tapped on: March 16

COLOR:
Very light, hardly any sparkling, fine white head
TASTE:
The bitterness introduced already in the aroma, comes completely forward in the aftertaste.
FOOD PAIRINGS:
Cheese (peppery; Monterey / Pepper Jack), Apéritif, Poultry, Seafood
STYLE:
Pilsner
BREWERY:
Brouwerij De Brabandere
Bavik Premium Pilsner, is considered one of the best Belgian Pilsners, and is certainly one that survived the onslaught by Interbrew-Labatt, which tried, and still tries to take over as many Belgian breweries as possible, to shut them down and to stop brewing their beers.

Bavik Premium Pilsner has been brewed since the creation of the brewery in 1894. Indeed, the emergence of the Pilsner, only a few decades earlier in Bavaria and Czechia, was one of the main reasons Mr. De Brabandere started his brewery. Read about the history of the brewery on the brewery-page. The Bavik Premium Pilsner has a very strong market in the Southern part of West Flanders and in theWestern part of Northern France. This is in fact the ‘local’ market for the brewery, and this market is still growing at a healthy pace.

Belgium 5% abv

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