WHAT’S ON TAP
Made from a 50% wheat mash and fermented with a special strain of yeast, its complex flavor, with notes of clove, banana and smoke, is unique in the world of beer.
Brewed in a Pacific-Northwest style. Its sweet malty taste is balanced with a generous helping of Cascade hops.
This golden lager (“helles” means pale) is a
little maltier and less bitter than pilsner.
Dunkelweizen is a light bodied easy drinking wheat beer. It features a lightly roasted malt flavor balanced by banana and clove aromas provided by the yeast.
Bengal Gold IPA
The hefty alcohol content and generous hopping rate once needed to keep beer fresh on the long voyage to India gave rise to this style.
Say go-zeh. This unusual style of German
wheat beer from the area near Leipzig
deserves to be better known. Cousin to
hefeweizen, it is finished with coriander
and salt, with a slight acidic tang.
Bitter (hand pump)
Naturally-conditioned in the Burton-on-Trent style brings you the authentic flavor of an English pub.