Bell’s Bear Hug Imperial Stout – 9.5% – 10oz.*This limited release from Bell’s is an all malt (no added sugars to boost the abv) Russian Imperial stout with chocolate and roasted coffee notes and the perfect amount of warming alcohol presence that embraces you like…well like a big Russian bear hug!
Jolly Traveler Winter Shandy – 4.4%abvDriven by a desire to embrace all things wintry, the Jolly Traveler warms the spirit during the months when it’s needed most. Embracing the flavors of the season, Jolly is the first-ever winter shandy with notes of orange, pomegranate and spice.
Dark Horse Too Cream Stout –7.0%abvThe second offering in Dark Horse’s Winter Stout Series, This beer is made with milk sugar (lactose) which gives this beer a nice creamy mouth feel which mingles with hints of chocolate and roasty flavors.
Short’s Good Humans Double Brown Ale- 8%abvThis dry-hopped double brown ale has sweet malty aromas that mingle with prominent toasted caramel & toffee flavors, finishing pleasingly dry with a bouquet of fruity hops.
Rockford Brewing’s Hoplust IPA – 7.1% abvAn intensely hoppy handcrafted American IPA! 6 hop varieties boldly infused throughout the brewing process expresses our passion for hops. An intense bouquet of fresh hops will greet you on the nose followed by the bursting tropical, citrus flavors on your palette. We love hops and we hope you do, too!
Sierra Nevada There and Back ESB – 5.6%abvFrom Sierra Nevada’s Beer Camp Across America series in collaboration with New Glarus Brewing, There and Back is a classic, sessionable, English-style Bitter—easy-drinking but full of flavor. It features nutty, toasted malts balanced by a solid dose of zesty hops, with a fruity dry finish from the use of an authentic English yeast.
Ommegang Valar Morghulis Dubbel Ale– 8.0%abv – 10oz.Valar Morghulis possesses a deep chestnut brown color with a persistent and creamy tan head. Rich aromas of caramel, toffee, ripe fruits and burnt sugar, with a hint of cloves. The taste is delicately balanced with rich malty sweetness, caramel and just enough bitterness to balance out its malty backbone. A surprisingly dry finish is light on the tongue, which belies the initial aroma.
~Michigan Best Sellers List
St. Julian’s Gunga Din Hard Cider – 5.2%abvGunga-Din captures the true essence of fresh apple cider! The distinct aromas of Golden Delicious and Gala apples leap from the glass. Crisp acidity and the perfect touch of sweetness make this hard cider perfect until the last drop – Gunga-Din
Brewery Vivant Farm Hand – 5.5%abvVivant’s interpretation of what the farm breweries that dotted the French countryside would serve their field hands at the turn of the century. A refreshing, straw colored, naturally cloudy beer that is slightly acidic with a little funkiness from their house yeast.
Perrin Golden Ale – 5.1%abvFrom Perrin Brewing in Comstock Park comes the perfect session ale. Golden in color with sweet malt and crisp hop bitterness through a dry finish.
Odd Side’s Citra Pale Ale – 5.75abvPours golden in color with huge citrus aromas, this wonderful summertime thirst-quencher has juicy citrus flavors balanced by the biting hops you’d expect from a pale ale.
Founder’s Pale Ale – 5.4%abvThis medium-bodied pale ale has a refreshing citrus flavor & a distinctive floral hop aroma. You’ll notice a slight malty sweetness with a balanced hop finish.
Kuhnhenn Brewing’s The Fluffer - 4.5%abvThis West Coast IPA from Warren, MI was made to be a session IPA. It is very light gold in color with an intensely hopped nose. It has a high citrus hop flavor with a dry crisp aftertaste. If you like the flavor of a double IPA but want to last longer, try the Fluffer
Bell’s Two Hearted Ale - 7%abvThis locally brewed ale is crafted in the tradition of an IPA with American malts & generous hop additions that give it a floral hop aroma & crisp finish.
North Peak’s Siren Amber – 5.0bvFrom Traverse City comes a complex amber with American hops selected to balance and compliment the malt character. It is smooth and well balanced with a rich amber hue.
New Holland’s Cabin Fever – 6.5%abvCabin Fever is a roasty brown ale and a hearty, comforting companion for long, mind-bending winters.
Dark Horse Scotty Karate Scotch Ale– 9.75%abv – 10oz.*Scotty Karate is a big, full-bodied Scottish ale that’s smooth & balanced with aromas & flavors of dark fruits & sweet malt. Very drinkable but BE CAREFUL: it’s 9.75%abv will hit you like a karate chop to the head
Atwater Vanilla Java Porter - 6%abvBrewed in Detroit, this robust porter is made with chocolate malt, blended with vanilla & java beans & balanced with US Golding hops.
Saugatuck Neapolitan Milk Stout – 5.9%abvNeapolitan Milk Stout is a unique blend of milk sugar, chocolate, vanilla beans and strawberries. This one has a strong cult following. One sip and you’ll know why.
New Holland’s Dragon’s Milk - 9%abv – 10oz.*A barrel aged strong ale with a soft & rich caramel-malt character intermingled with deep vanilla tones dancing in an oak bath. One of New Holland’s greatest creations.
~Not from Michigan, but great in their own ways
Deschutes Black Butte Porter – 5.2%abvWith a dark beer as their first and flagship brand, Black Butte defined Deschutes as a radical player. A slight hop bitterness up front enhances the distinctive chocolate and roasted finish. It’s prized for its creamy mouth-feel and intense complex flavors.
Goose Island 312 Urban Wheat - 4.2%abvA spicy aroma & crisp fruity ale flavor delivered in a smooth, cloudy, unfiltered body. This beer is quietly becoming Chicago’s #1 beer.
Great Lakes Dortmunder Gold – 5.8%abvThis multiple Gold Medal winner at the World Beer Championship is a smooth lager that strikes a delicate balance between sweet malt and dry hop flavors. Rated a World Class beer by Beer Advocate.
Miller Lite – 4.2%abvThe easy drinking “Go To” beer for millions. Always refreshing and low in carbs, Miller Lite is the “champagne” of light beer.
*Beers with an ABV of 9.0% or higher will served in 5oz. and 10oz. glasses ONLY.
*Growlers of these beers will be available for purchase TO-GO ONLY.
*Please drink responsibly.