Draught

Draught Beer List: July 2, 2015

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Alpine Brew Company ● Alpine, CA
  Duet ● India Pale Ale 7% ABV ● 45 IBU BARBBP $6.00/16 oz.
  Our original single IPA made with Simcoe and Amarillo hops “in harmony.” 1.065 OG 45 IBU 7%ABV
Avery ● Boulder, CO
  Collaboration not Litigation Ale ● Blended Belgian Strong Ale 8.7% ABV BARBBP $6.50/10 oz.
  Salvation. The name of two intricate Belgian-style ales, created by us Vinnie Cilurzo of Russian River Brewing and Adam Avery of Avery Brewing. After becoming friends a few years ago, we realized that we both had a Salvation in our line-ups. Was it going to be a problem? Should one of us relinquish the rights? “Hell no!” we said. In fact, it was quickly decided that we should blend the brews to catch the best qualities of each and create an even more complex libation. In April 2004, in top-secret meeting at Russian River Brewing (well actually it was packed in the pub, and many were looking over our shoulders wondering what the hell was going on), we came up with the perfect blend of the two Salvations. Natalie, Vinnie’s much more significant other, exclaimed, “We should call this Collaboration, not Litigation Ale!” “Perfect!” we shouted. We celebrated deep into the night, (or is it morning?). Fast forward to February 2008, and we completed our second blending of these two fine ales. Batch 2 will become available to the public February 12th.
Ballast Point ● San Diego, CA
Sculpin ● India Pale Ale 7% ABV ● 70 IBU BARBBP $6.50/16 oz.
  The Sculpin is a testament to our humble beginnings as Home Brew Mart. It showcases bright flavors and aromas of apricot, peach, mango & lemon. The lighter body also brings out the crispness of the hops.
Barrio Brewing ● Tucson, AZ
Tucson Blonde ● American Blond Ale 4.53% ABV BARBBP $5.00/16 oz.
  A good starter beer for those that have only tried the mass produced suds. The blonde is a light, crisp beer with a slight malt flavor and just enough Czech Republic Saaz hops to balance the malt sweetness.
Bell’s Brewery ● Galesburg, MI
Porter ● Porter 5.6% ABV BARBBP $6.00/16 oz.
  A dark ale for all occasions. A blend of dark malt gives this beer flavors of coffee and chocolate with some smokey roasted notes.
Boulder Brewing ● Bolder, CO
  Shake ● Chocolate Porter 5.9% ABV BARBBP $6.00/16 oz.
  Our twist on the traditional robust American Porter, Shake Chocolate Porter is dark black in color with rich, sweet aromatics and flavors of dark chocolate, coffee and caramel. This unique brew blends five different grains, including Chocolate Wheat, that along with cacao nibs create a devilishly delicious chocolate finish with a velvety mouthfeel.
Deschutes ● Bend, OR
  Fresh Squeezed IPA ● Session IPA 4.5% ABV BARBBP $5.00/16 oz.
  This mouthwateringly delicious IPA gets its flavor from a heavy helping of citra and mosaic hops. Don’t worry, no fruit was harmed in the making of this beer.
Destihl ● Bloomington, IL
  Counter Clockwise ● Berliner Weisse 3.8% ABV ● 20 IBU BARB $6.00/13 oz.
  This reverse engineered, wild Berliner-Style Weisse is a German-style sour that is very pale in color and is the lightest of all the German wheat beers. The unique combination of wild yeast and lactic fermentation yields a beer that is acidic, lemony-tart, highly attenuated and very light bodied. The carbonation of this Berliner Weisse is high, and hop rates are very low.
Dogfish Head ● Milton, DE
Festina Peche ● Berliner Weisse 4.5% ABV ● 12 IBU BARBBP $6.50/13 oz.
  A refreshing neo-BerlinerWeisse fermented with honest-to-goodness peaches to (get this!) 4.5% abv! Because extreme beers don’t have to be extremely boozy! Available in 4-pack and draft during the sweaty months.
Sadly, there are only two breweries left in Berlin still brewing the Berliner Weisse style which is characterized by its intense tartness. There were once over 70 breweries in Berlin alone making this beer! In addition to fermentation with an ale yeast, Berliner Weisse is traditionally fermented with lactic cultures to produce its acidic or green apple-like character. It is delicately hopped with a pale straw color and served as an aperitif or summertime quencher. To soften the intense sourness, Berliner Weisse is traditionally served with a dash of essence of woodruff or raspberry syrup.
Dragoon Brewing ● Tucson, AZ
Tequila Aged Saison Blue ● Sasion 7.5% ABV $6.00/13 oz.
  No commercial information available.
Firestone Walker ● Paso Robles, CA
Wookey Jack ● Black Rye IPA 8.5% ABV ● 60 IBU BARBBP $6.00/16 oz.
  Wookey Jack is our first foray into the dark outer world of black IPAs. Rich dark malts and spicy rye careen into bold citrus laden hops creating a new dimension in IPA flavor. This brew has been left unfiltered and unfined to retain all of its texture and character. At 60 IBUs, Wookey Jack is gnarly on the outside yet complex and refined on the inside.
Founders ● Grand Rapids, MI
  Dark Penance ● Imperial Black IPA 8.2% ABV BARBBP $6.50/10 oz.
  A heavy malt foundation includes Crystal malt for sweetness and just enough Midnight Wheat malt to push the color to black. The bitterness is huge, but balanced by malt sweetness and alcohol burn. The hop flavors and aromas range from citrus to floral to pine thanks to a delicious blend of hand-selected Chinook and Centennial hops.
Four + Brewing (Uinta) ● Salt lake City, UT
Monkshine ● Belgian Style Pale Ale 7% ABV BARB $5.00/13 oz.
  Brewed at Uinta’s experimental Four+ Brewery. Monkshine gives a Belgian twist to the pale ale. Instead of being highly hopped, this beer gets its accent from spicy and fruity Belgian yeast. The complex aroma features notes of clove, honey and banana with malt undertones. The palate is smooth and malty with a touch of spicy sweetness.
Four Peaks ● Tempe, AZ
  8th Street ● American Pale Ale 4.7% ABV ● 21 IBU BARB $5.00/16 oz.
  English bitters are known for their balance of malt, hop flavors & aromas and, ironically, are not all that bitter. The name comes from a time when people were used to sweet, strong, malty beers and this new bitter style was lower in alcohol and more balanced, so, to the regular beer drinker it seemed higher in bitters. We use all English hops for authenticity in our two-time WBC Bronze Medal and two-time GABF Silver Medal winner – See more at: http://www.fourpeaks.com/beer/mainstays/8th-street-ale/#sthash.iUYnCaV2.dpuf
Green Flash ● Vista, CA
  Palate Wrecker ● Imperial IPA 9.5% ABV ● 80 IBU BARBBP $6.00/10 oz.
  Palate Wrecker was originally brewed for the Hamilton’s Tavern 2nd Anniversary celebration. It’s the most complicated West Coast–inspired IPA we have ever brewed—mashing and sparging with hopped wort, in addition to our hop layering regimen for IPA. We use almost 6 lbs/bbl of Columbus and Centennial hops to create this very bitter hop monster (tested at 149 IBU and no extracts in case you were wondering). By popular demand, it is now released for the world to enjoy (even though this beer isn’t for everyone, only the real hop heads!!!). Cheers! – Chuck Silva – Brewmaster – Green Flash Brewing
Hofbräu ● Munich, Germany
Maibock ● Maibock BARBBP $5.00/16 oz.
  By tradition, the first barrel of Maibock is tapped in the Hofbräuhaus in the last week of April, in time for the merry month of May. The success story of Munich’s oldest bock beer goes back as far as 1614. With its powerfully aromatic flavour and its alcoholic content of some 7.2% volume, Hofbräu Maibock marks one of the high points in the beer-lover’s calendar!
Lagunitas ● Petaluma, CA
  Olde GnarlyWine ● Barleywine 10% ABV BARBBP $6.00/10 oz.
  The Annual Release of our BarleyWine Style Ale is Dated and Built to Last. Flavors Evolve as Hop Bitterness Yields to Crazy Caramel and Rich Toffee Flavors.
  Wheat Wine Ale ● Wheat Wine Ale 9.7% ABV $6.00/10 oz.
  No commercial information available.
Left Hand Brewing ● Longmont, CO
  Good JuJu ● Spice Ale 4.38% ABV ● 17 IBU BARBBP $6.00/16 oz.
  This beer is basically a pale ale brewed from a relative low gravity, with some of the hops which would normally be used in the beer replaced by freshly ground ginger root. The beer is light in body, lower in alcohol, has a distinct ginger aroma, and has a very crisp finish. It was initially brewed as a refreshing alternative to the plethora of wheat beers which are popular in the summertime, but popular demand turned it into a year round beer.
Marble Brewery ● Albuquerque, NM
  Imperial Red ● Imperial Red IPA 9% ABV ● 100 IBU BARB $6.00/10 oz.
  A robust emprise, our fragrant Red Ale harmonizes piney hops and tropical lushness into a juicy, caramelized explosion of Kush
Mother Road Brewing ● Flagstaff, AZ
Gold Road ● Kolsch-Style 4.3% ABV ● 19 IBU BARBBP $5.00/16 oz.
  Gold Road was created as an easy to drink beer; interesting enough for a craft drinker and enticing for a novice. Gold Road is light in color, light in alcohol, but has an approachable maltiness with a dry and slightly fruity finish.
As a light and refreshing beer that dances on the tongue, this beer reminded us of the famous serpentine curves that carve through the mountains and canyons near Oatman, Arizona. Although most of the gold mining ended years ago and these stakes have been reclaimed by the desert, there is still one gold mine directly underneath Route 66 at a depth of 500′. If you can’t make it to the mine, find this gold colored ale in your favorite stores.
Lost Highway ● Black IPA 8% ABV ● 100 IBU RB $5.00/16 oz.
  Lost Highway Imperial Black IPA is a robust imperial IPA that balances the malt characteristics with 100 IBUs of bitterness and finishes with roast and coffee flavors from the Black Patent malt. This big, balanced beer drinks smoothly. Try pairing it with spicy Mexican and Asian foods or try it against a rich dessert like tiramisu.
We dedicated this beer to those stretches of Route 66 lost in time. Urs brewed this for a fun seasonal, but our guests insisted on it and now it’s a Mother Road staple. Black IPA, Black Ale, Cascadia Dark? Whatever you call it, enjoy!
  White Walls IPA ● White IPA 6.8% ABV ● 60 IBU BARB $5.00/16 oz.
  Whitewalls Extra Pale IPA has hop derived citrus and pineapple notes with a crisp, light body. We named this for the largely lost white walled tires of the automobiles in the golden age of motoring
Ninkasi ● Eugene, OR
  Dawn Of The Red ● Red IPA 7.5% ABV ● 70 IBU BARBBP $6.00/16 oz.
  An IRA bursting with notes of mango, papaya and pineapple, this beer finishes juicy with a subtle malty backbone. It doesn’t take brains to know hoppy, tropical IRAs are a great way to welcome warmer months ahead!
  Ground Control ● Imperial Stout 10% ABV $6.50/10 oz.
  Since 1995, CSXT has been launching rockets into the skies. In celebration of CSXT’s 2004 record breaking launch, a new collaboration of CSXT and Ninkasi will inform our brewers of yeast’s viability in space. This launch will once again prove the limitless capabilities of the human spirit, while celebrating the 10 year anniversary of that first historic launch
  Tricerahop ● Double IPA 8.8% ABV $5.00/10 oz.
  Tricerahops is double everything you already love in an IPA. More hops, more malt body and a higher gravity define this Double India Pale Ale. Fiercely flavorful, guaranteed to satisf
  Wunderbier ● Kolsch-Style 4.2% ABV ● 22 IBU $5.00/16 oz.
  Fermented at ale temperatures and conditioned at colder lager temperatures, this golden-colored beer has a subtle, crisp sweetness with a light flavor. With a light body and a dry yet crisp finish, this beer is a balanced and sessionable, perfect for summertime enjoyment!
Northwest Brewing Co. ● Pacific, WA
Mango Weizen ● Filtered Wheat and Fruit 5.3% ABV ● 15 IBU BARB $5.00/16 oz.
  Mango Weizen is an unfiltered wheat beer that incorporates fresh mango puree to create a subtle mango flavor that will satisfy anyone’s taste buds. This beer pairs so well with BBQ, you might even want to include it into your next recipe!
Oak Creek Brewing ● Sedona, AZ
King Crimson ● Imperial Red Ale 6% ABV BARBBP $5.00/10 oz.
  Imperial Red Ale with a deep red color. It is brewed with an extra dose of American hops.
Odell Brewing ● Fort Collins, CO
  90 Shilling ● Scotch style Ale 5.3% ABV ● 27 IBU BARBBP $6.00/16 oz.
  We introduced 90 Shilling, our flagship beer, at our opening party in 1989. For a while, we’d been wondering – what would happen if we lightened up the traditional Scottish ale? The result is an irresistibly smooth and delicious medium-bodied amber ale. The name 90 Shilling comes from the Scottish method of taxing beer. Only the highest quality beers were taxed 90 Shillings. A shilling was a British coin used from 1549 to 1982. We think you’ll find this original ale brilliantly refreshing, and worth every shilling.
  Loose Leaf ● American Pale Ale 4.5% ABV BARB $5.00/16 oz.
  You know those epic days that start with an idea, turn into a dare and end with a great story to tell? This is the beer for those days. Crisp and refreshing like any respectable session ale, but a bit more hop-forward and flavorful than some. Perfect for going with the flow.
  Perle White IPA ● White IPA 5.5% ABV BARB $6.00/16 oz.
  Inspired by our small-batch pilot system, the Roots Release series honors our experimental brewing roots and invites you to sample some of our favorites. The Perle hop shines in this crisp white IPA. An herbal and fruit-like hop character mingles with the delicate wheat for a clean crisp finish that will leave you smiling
Oskar Blues ● Lyons, CO
  Gubna ● Imperial IPA 10% ABV ● 100 IBU BARBBP $6.50/10 oz.
  Emphasizing that complexity of character can arise from simple elements, this ale is made with 3 malts and 1 hop. Its light amber color and slightly spicy malt character are derived from the use of German Dark Munich Malt and Rye Malt respectively. North American 2-row barley combines with the other grains to lay the foundation for the hop onslaught to come. Summit hops are used exclusively in the boil for bitterness, flavor and aroma but it doesn’t end there. Post-fermentation dry hopping allows the 10% ABV monstrosity to gently coax the citrus rind and grapefruit aroma to join the 100 IBUs already present. This beer will greet you with a pungent citrus blast, provide a spicy yet round middle and finish with a brisk, clean bitterness.
Phoenix Ale Brewery ● Phoenix, AZ
  Bock Steady ● Maibock 4.5% ABV $5.00/16 oz.
  No commercial information available.
Port Brewing ● San Marcos, CA
  Hop 15 ● Double IPA 9.7% ABV BARBBP $5.00/10 oz.
  First brewed in 2002 to celebrate the 15th Anniversary of the Pizza Port in Solana Beach, Hop 15 was imagined and designed by Tomme Arthur and Jeff Bagby. It was to be a celebration of 15 years of “Good Beer Brings Good Cheer.” So there are 15 different hop varieties that are added to the beer every 15 minutes.
Santa Fe Brewing ● Santa Fe, NM
Freestyle ● Pilsner 5.5% ABV BARBBP $5.00/16 oz.
  As its name suggests, this Pilsner does not like to be categorized. Inquiring whether it is a German, Czech, Bavarian, American, or any other style pilsner will result in an impatient sigh and the explanation that the whole philosophy behind this pilsner is that it does not fall into any categories. True, it is brewed with traditional ingredients (soft water, pilsner malt, saaz hops, and German yeast), but it is the way that these ingredients interact, and the characteristics of the yeast, that cause this particular pilsner to defiantly stand alone. The assertively hopped Freestyle pils exudes the flavor and the aroma of the classic Saaz hop (a tribute to “the original” pilsner), while maintaining enough body to balance but not overpower this hop’s pleasant, spicy tone. An unhurried lagering process so frequently overlooked by American craft brewers is strictly adhered to in the production of Freestyle, which makes this beer by far the most light, clean, and quenching beer in the Santa Fe Brewing Company’s line up.
SanTan Brewing ● Chandler, AZ
  Devil’s Ale ● American Pale Ale 5.5% ABV BARB $5.00/16 oz.
  Devil’s Ale is of the new breed of West Coast American Ales. Using fresh Cascade and Centennial hops grown in the Pacific Northwest, Devil’s Ale is known for it’s light citrusy hop flavor balanced with a firm caramel malt character. Deep, golden-maroon in color, the Devil’s Ale is a pub favorite that goes excellent with everything from bacon cheeseburgers to filet mignon.
Sierra Nevada ● Chino, CA
  Bigfoot ● Barleywine 9.6% ABV ● 90 IBU BARBBP $6.50/10 oz.
  Sierra Nevada Bigfoot is an award winning example of the English Barley Wine style. It boasts a dense, fruity bouquet; an extremely rich, intense, bittersweet palate; and a deep, reddish-brown color. This ale is superbly balanced between an almost overpowering maltiness and a wonderfully bittersweet hoppiness.
Stochasticity Project (Stone) ● Escondido, CA
HiFi + LoFi ● Strong Ale Blend 8.8% ABV ● 70 IBU $6.00/13 oz.
  A beer that pays homage to a centuries-old tradition of combining new beer with aged “stock ales.” Freshly brewed beers of the day often were very smoky and bitter tasting, and were blended with older beer that had mellowed with age to produce more drinkable libations. This modern brew will showcase our brewers’ talents by blending a stock ale aged more than three months in oak foudres (large wooden fermentation vessels) with a fresh version of the same beer to create a perfect harmony spanning end to end on the taste spectrum.
Stone Brewing ● Escondido, CA
  Enjoy By 7-4-15 ● Double IPA 9.4% ABV ● 85 IBU $6.00/10 oz.
  You have in your hands a devastatingly independent double IPA. Freshness is a key component of many beers – especially big, hoppy IPAs – but we’ve taken it further, a lot further, with this one. We brewed this IPA specifically NOT to last. We’ve gone to extensive lengths to ensure you get your hands on this beer within an extraordinarily short window, and we’ve sent a very clear message in the name of the beer itself that there is no better time than right NOW to enjoy this IPA!
  Points Unknown ● Double IPA 9.5% ABV ● 90 IBU BARBBP $6.00/10 oz.
  We humbly admit that we were inspired to start brewing by other fantastic breweries and homebrewers. There are a whole lot of fellow craft brewers who we respect and admire, and who we’ve wanted to collaborate with. So why just dream about it? Starting in 2008, we released a new series of collaboration beers. The goal was to get three brewers from three different breweries to put their heads together and have some fun with no regard for boundaries. No restrictions on fitting a beer into a lineup, using familiar ingredients, conforming to preconceived beer styles, using tested procedures in the brewing process or even affordability. Each of these beers is the result of three brewers coming together and doing what they love. Therefore, many of our collaborations include ridiculous amounts of decadent ingredients without regard for shelf price. And because our collaborations are usually only brewed once, they can be rather difficult to find, and once they run out-they run out. Consider yourself warned.
Tap it ● San Luis Obispo, CA
  IPA ● India Pale Ale 7% ABV BARBBP $6.00/16 oz.
  Here at Tap It Brewing we take a unique approach toward crafting an India Pale Ale and challenge the current status quo. The goal? To craft an India Pale Ale hoppy in flavor and aroma that goes down smooth. We utilize the avant-garde method of First Wort Hopping, the technique of adding hops to the kettle before boil. This creates a harmonious explosion of hop aroma and flavor noticeable throughout the tasting experience. Fragrances of tangerine and grapefruit entice the nose. A thick hazy rich head leads drinkers toward an experience rich in citrus and earthy flavors ending with a smooth, sticky finish. The complex floral and citrusy tones from Citra and Simcoe hops welcome you, while two more hop varietals mate smoothly with four malt varieties for an unmatched aroma. Altogether, a crisp pleasurable full bodied taste. A word of caution: Drinking Tap It IPA around friends may cause envy.
The Address Brewing ● Tucson, AZ
  Brachiation Brown ● Indian Belgian Brown 7.5% ABV ● 114 IBU $5.00/16 oz.
  India Brown Ale brewed with brown sugar, columbus, citra and simcoe hops. We use Trapist yeast
  Saison Dos Santos ● Dark Rhubarb Saison 4.7% ABV ● 23 IBU RB $5.00/13 oz.
  Whole Rhubarb stalks into the boil and rhubarb puree in primary. Fermented with our favorite French saison yeast and sprinkles of coriander!
The Bruery ● Placentia, CA
Cuivre ● Bourbon Barrel Old Ale 16% ABV ● 25 IBU $7.00/5 oz.
  The traditional seventh anniversary gift is copper, so we’ve named our 7th anniversary ale “”Cuivre”” which is “copper”” in French.

Cuivre is our seventh anniversary ale, loosely brewed in the English-style old ale tradition using our house Belgian yeast strain and then blended using the solera method. A portion of each of our anniversary ales is saved in our barrels and blended in with the next year’s production, providing more complexity and depth of character that comes with age. Layered with complex flavors of dark fruit,vanilla, oak, and burnt sugar, Cuivre is a robust ale, surely the perfect beer to mark this major milestone

Tieton Cider Works ● Tieton, WA
Apricot Cider ● Tart American Cider 7% ABV $6.00/16 oz.
  When we infuse our crisp apple cider with the tartness of apricot, the apple notes play a supporting role and let the tartness of the apricots shine. You will taste both dry and fresh apricot