Beer Styles

Pale Ales

Alt – An old style German ale, light copper in color with pleasant maltiness.   $195.

Burton’s Best Bitter – A hearty English style pale ale, dry and flavored with traditional British hops.   $215.

Captain Hook’s ESB – Modeled after Redhook’s ESB, pale in color with good bitterness in the finish.   $210.

Copper Ale – A malty, copper-colored ale, similar to Otter Creek’s Copper Ale.    $190.

ESB – Extra Special Bitter.  Strong malt flavor and an equally assertive hop character.   $220.

Fort Collins Amber Ale –A Fat Tire knock-off with great sweet malt and crisp hop balance.   $205.

Midlands Mild – Malty, reddish-brown session beer with a low alcohol content (about 3.5%).    $180.

Oscar’s Pale Ale- Hop aromas abound in our version of Dale’s Pale Ale sans the can.  $230.

Ruby’s Red Ale – Light red ale with low bitterness and a clean finish.   $185.

Sierra Madre Pale Ale – A clone of the famous Sierra Nevada Pale Ale.  A definite crowd pleaser !   $205.

Simcoe Rypa – A reddish American Ale highlighting Simcoe hops.  $240.

Worthington Pale Ale – Our Bass Ale imitation, soft and nutty with mild hop character.   $190.



American IPA – Copper in color with a medium maltiness.  Similar to the local favorite, Harpoon IPA.   $215.

Big “M” IPA – A big American IPA with great balance, created by Mark, our own “Big Man”.    $225.

Cascadian Dark Ale – A rich black ale in the IPA style.  $245.

Centennial IPA – A single hop beer highlighting the Centennial varietal.  Big, bold & delicious.   $240.

Double Trouble IPA – For those who can’t get enough lupulins in their daily intake.  $275.

Devil’s Advocate IPA – Rich, malty backbone infused with tangy American hops. Hop Devil clone.   $230.

English IPA – An English-style pale ale with a big hop presence in both the flavor and the aroma.   $225.

Off-centered IPA – Our clone of the Dogfish Head 60 Minute IPA.   $240.


Scottish Ales

Scottish Ale – Full-bodied, darker and maltier than most English ales.  A lightly hopped, softer beer.   $205.

Traquair Scottish Ale – A big, bold extremely complex beer with lots of caramel flavors.   $230.

Wee Heavy – A huge, strong Scottish Ale, dark, complex and delicious.  $265.


Brown Ales

Beaver Brown  – An American Brown Ale style with good maltiness and assertive hop character.   $195.

Best Brown - A southern English style, dark brown, low bitterness.   $185.

River Tyne Brown – Similar to Newcastle Brown, dry with a faint roasty maltiness and a gentle finish.   $185.

Troy’s Brown – A hearty American Brown worthy of honoring Mr. Patriot.  $220.



Baltic Porter – A smooth, full-bodied robust porter with complex multi-layer flavors.  $255.

Big Cat Porter - Rich chocolate malt body with a dry roasted finish.  Like Catamount’s Porter.   $195.

Bourbon Porter – Big, bold and finished with oak chips soaked in Bourbon.  $255.

Dr J’s Caramel Porter – Created by a long time customer, a creamy full flavored favorite.   $215.

Vanilla Honey Porter – Rich, malty, complex porter with subtle honey and vanilla favors.   $235.




Bard’s Breakfast Stout – Big, chewy and full of roasted flavors and oatmeal creaminess.  $265.

Oatmeal Stout – A full-bodied, rich smooth and creamy stout with complex maltiness.   $215.

St. James’ Gate Stout – A big, black and robust Irish dry stout in the Guinness tradition.   $205.


Specialty Beers

Bambino Summer Ale – An easy-drinking, refreshing ale with a slight hint of lemon zest.    $195.

Barleywine - A particularly strong ale with full-bodied sweetness balanced with hoppy bitterness.   $260.

Blonde Ale – Light colored ale with noticeable hops and slight fruitiness.   $205.

California Common Steam – Like the famous Anchor Steam.  Clean and dry with a hoppy finish ***   $190.

Calistoga Cream Ale – A light bodied American style ale with subdued fruitiness and a crisp finish.   $205.

Holiday Spiced Ale - A subtle spiciness of orange peel, cinnamon, allspice and cloves.   $205.

Kolsch – A German ale with wheat malt, clean and refreshing with fairly high hop bitterness. ***   $185.

Nor’Easter Winter Ale – A dark, heavy potent American style winter ale that is malty and smooth.   $230.

Pumpkin Ale – Seasonal award winning favorite made with fresh pumpkin and pumpkin pie spices. ***  $190.



Amsterdam Light - Our imitation of Amstel Light.   $185.

Bean Town Lager – A straw colored Sam Adams Lager imitation.   $200.

Bock Beer – A dark, high alcohol lager with malty-sweetness and low hop bitterness.   $235.

Brewkeeper’s Honey Lager – Award winning honey lager, smooth, strong and scrumptious.  $250.

Czech Pilsner – A pale golden classic pilsner, soft and soothing with pronounced Saaz hop flavors.   $230.

Doppelbock – Full-bodied, dark, strong bock with balanced bitterness and pronounced roasted flavors.   $245.

Dortmunder Export Pilsner – Light in color yet quite flavorful.  Malty and pronounced hop character.   $210.

Dublin Lager – An old style Irish lager, mellow and smooth.   $195.

Dunkel Pils – A robust, dark pilsner with generous additions of Saaz & Perle hops.  $215.

Firehouse Lager – Similar to a Sam Adams Lager, but mildly hopped for less bitterness.   $195.

Jamie’s Helles Munich Lager – A light golden colored lager, clean malt taste with mild spicy hop character.   $195.

Maibock – A strong, light colored bock beer with a malty flavor.   $235.

Netherlands Nectar – A Heineken knock-off with a dry finish and gentle hoppiness.   $200.

Oktoberfest – A traditional festival beer with an assertive maltiness and good hop balance.   $210.

Sammy Light - Our version of the Sam Adams Light.   $190.

Schwartz Bier – A dark, German style lager with a full bodied malt flavor and a spicy hop character.   $210.

Sedlmayer Oktoberfest – A clone of the world famous Spaten Oktoberfest, soft, elegant and complex.   $215.


Wheat Beers ***

American Wheat Ale – A light bodied wheat with North American hop accents.    $195.

Dunkel Weizen – A dark wheat beer with a rich, malty character.   $200.

Hefe Weizen – German style, unfiltered wheat beer with a clovelike spiciness.   $205.

Honey Wheat – The addition of a small quanitity of honey makes for a smooth, delectable wheat ale.    $230.

Imperial Hefeweizen – A stronger, bigger version of a classic German wheat beer.   $250.


Belgian Ales  ***

Abbey Blonde Ale – Well balanced with malt and spicy hops and a lingering, complex aftertaste.   $225.

Belgian Wit – A traditional Belgian coriander and orange peel spiced wheat beer.    $205.

Biere de Garde – A French country ale, deep amber color, full bodied and smooth.   $205.

Saison – A golden, orange saison with a complex fruity flavor and a dry finish.   $220.

Trappist Ale – Similar to the world famous Chimay Red, with a copper color and a sweet flavor.   $230.

Trappist Tripel  – Golden with mild sweet orange citrus aroma and flavor.   $250.


(***  These beers use special ingredients and may require additional lead time. Please contact us for details. )

Guest Brewer Series***  (***  These beers use special ingredients and may require additional lead time. )


Tod Mott – Portsmouth Brewing  ***

Double IPA – Hop-head Heaven with this well balanced 100 IBU monster.  $255.

Gnaurghly Barleywine – An intense barleywine, bold and complex with a 11.5% ABV.   $280.

Imperial Stout – Kate’s little sister.  Big, bold & full bodied.   $295.

Dann Paquette – Pretty Things  ***

Abt 12 – The original Tripel, a dark beer before Westmalle revolutionized the style.   $255.

Austrian Extra Bock – A knock-off of the EKU 28, a strong malty lager.   $265.

Petit Jack  A little version of Jack D’Or, an American Saison.  $240.


Aaron Mateychuk – Watch City Brewing ***

Chocolate Thunder – A full bodied Baltic Porter brewed with 2 pounds of Belgian chocolate.   $255.

Schilling 38 – An easy-to-drink copper-orange, light bodied mild Scottish session beer.    $195.

Titan Brown – A big and extremely rich American Brown Ale with bold hop flavor and aroma.   $255.


Will Meyers – Cambridge Brewing Company ***

Belgian IPA – A hoppy Belgian Blonde Ale.   $240.

Charles River Porter – A robust, complex full-bodied porter with coffee & roasted highlights.   $220.

Tripel Threat – A smooth Belgian Tripel with banana overtones and citrus fruit flavors.   $265.


Jaime Schier – Harpoon Brewery ***

Abbey Ale – A Belgian Pale Ale with light fruity sweetness and floral hoppiness.   $215.

Barleywine – American style, sweet, rich, fruity and solidly hoppy.    $245.

Oatmeal Stout – A smooth stout with pronounced caramel and roasted flavors.   $215.


Paul Davis – Prodigal Brewery ***

Lucknow IPA – An all-time favorite, terrific hop flavors and aromas with perfect balance.    $215.

Lucknow Porter – A hoppy, robust porter with toasty, chocolate flavors.    $215.

Traditional Bock –Malty and strong, amber in color, well rounded and full bodied.    $225.


Dan Kramer – Element Brewing ***

Amber Ale – Delightfully easy drinking beer with wonderful balance.  $205.

Double IPA – Intensely hoppy, yet well balanced with good malt backbone.  $255.

Imperial Pilsner – Pilsner in appearance, but stronger and more hoppy than the traditional version.  $235.


Dave Richardson – Gardner Ale House ***

Belgian Double IPA – A marriage of a big Belgian beer and an Ameican IPA.  $280.

Honey Brown – A medium-bodied Brown Ale brewed with wildflower honey.  $235.

Rauchbier – A German style lager with a distinct smoke flavor.  $215.


Jon Curtis – Haverhill Brewing ***

GestAlt – Award winning German style amber ale with clean taste and a dry finish.  $210.

Leatherlips IPA – Lower ABV than most IPA’s, but packed full of hop flavors.  $215.

Milk Stout – A sweet stout, smooth and delightfully creamy.  $205.


Matt Steinberg – Blatant Brewing ***

Hop Goddess – A Belgian IPA with famously aromatic hop notes, earthy and spicy.  $245.

Inkwell Stout – An Imperial Stout with the perfect balance of roasted flavor and strength.  $275.

MIPA – An American IPA featuring piney and citrusy hops.  $235.


Scott Brunelle – Rock Bottom ***

Cinco de Mayo Jalapeno Lager – A crisp blonde lager with a touch of Jalapeno flavor and aroma.  $200.

Czar’s Nightmare – A Russian Imperial Stout with chocolate notes and a pleasant hop finish.  $235.

Czechmate Pils –  A Bohemain style pilsner with a nice rounded hop balance.  $215.


Ben Roesch –  Wormtown Brewing ***

IPA – An IPA featuring the Falconer’s Flight hops.  $225.

Oatmeal Honey Brown – Honey and Oatmeal combined to make this Brown Ale a delightful brew.  $225.

Sorachi Saison – The Sorachi hops and the yeast provide the spiciness to this Belgian style Saison.  $215.


Michael LaCharite – Casco Brewing ***

I Got Canned IPA – A West Coast IPA hop bomb using 5 different hops.  $245.

Katahdin Red Ale – An American version of a classic Irish Red Ale.  $205.

O’Tay Porter – A Robust Porter, full bodied, rich and malty with a hint of maple finish.  $255.


Jack Hendler – Jack’s Abby Brewing ***

Imperial IPL – A wickedly hoppy lager with hugh citrus aromatics.  $260.

Smoke Lager – A dark, smoky beer with aromas of bacon and campfire.  $210.

Tettnang Offensive – Full bodied, malty with a earthy and piney hop aroma.  $225.


Sean Lawson – Lawson’s Finest Liquids ***

Kiwi Double IPA - New Zealand hops Nelson Sauvin and Pacific Jade are featured.  $270.

Toast Black IPA – Simcoe hops throughout in this rich roasted flavor beer.  $240.

Triple Play IPA – 2012 NIPAC winner in a field of 128 IPA entries.  $255.


(***  These beers use special ingredients and may require additional lead time. Please contact us for details. )





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Ginger Ale

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Each batch will yield approximately 4 gallons of soda or about 40 – 12 oz. Bottles.    $60.


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