Hoppy medium bodied IPA with a smooth finish. ABV 7%
Hoppy medium bodied IPA with a smooth finish. ABV 7%
Hoppy, lighter than Brew Free or Die, bitter yet balanced. ABV 6.5%
"Black" IPA, hoppy yet balanced by roasted malts, quite coffee like. ABV 6.8%
Northwest hops in an East Coast style (60 hops continuously over 60 minutes), the robust Chardonnay of IPA's. Hop heavy with grassy, citrus notes. ABV 6.0%
A house favorite, despite what Miller Lite tells you, this is what a thrice hopped beer should be. Hop flavor without the bitter. Herbal, aromatic and graceful. ABV 7.25%
Medium bodied, well rounded yet unrefined. "Blue Collar" ale. ABV 6.5%
Brown Ale, malty, hints of nutmeg, brown sugar. ABV 5.5%
Not porky, salty, or slappy. Mild with a hollow fast finish. ABV 4.3%
Well balanced with citrus and a nice hoppy bitter finish. ABV 6.5%
This American session extra pale ale packs a lot of hop and malt flavor into a refreshingly lower-alcohol brew. ABV 4.40%
Scotch ale. Touch of smokiness, thick, full bodied, and sticky sweet. ABV 8%
The original hybrid of Scotch Ale, IPA, and American Brown Ale with notes of molasses, coffee, ginger, raisins, and chocolate. ABV 7.2%
Classic, timeless pale ale with Rocky Mountain water before it flows to the Coors Brewery. No need for fancy label here. ABV 5.6%
How do you improve a great hoppy pale ale recipe? Add rye with a subtlety Hitchcock would be proud of. ABV 5.3%
Oldest trademark (and probably known recipe for pale ales), sets the standard for introductory pale ales. ABV 5.0%
English style ale that dances on the middle of the tongue. If you are eating a burger you should be drinking this beer. ABV 5.4%
It's a classic for a reason. This is a great Belgian pale that sets the standards for the others.
Hand crafted small batch ale akin to cider. If granny smith made ales, it would taste like this. Tart, yet smooth. Looking for hops? Keep looking. ABV 5.5%
Sharp on the front end and finishes smooth. Roasted malts on the nose with notes of vanilla and oak. Bitter for a brown ale yet very approachable. ABV 5.6%
"Un-limited Release", very light in color, heavy in complexity. Well structured with hints of tropical fruit and unroasted malts. Strong enough for a man, tasty enough for a woman. ABV 7.5%
Stout. Dark in color but lighter in body. Very slight dairy notes in a cocoa coffee profile. Great for AM's or cold weather. ABV 4.9%
Crisply effervescent cider made with traditional English bittersweet apples. ABV 5.8%
Cider in moderation can have health benefits. Cider has the same number of antioxidants as wine. ABV 4.5%
Naturally elegant with a sparkling pear finish in a subtle woody complexity. Nothing artificial here. ABV 4.5%
Designed to be enjoyed over ice. Naturally fermented using fresh pressed apple juice, not concentrate. Deliciously untraditional with a strong "apple bomb" bouquet. ABV 5%
If Guinness is your dinner / digestif beer, this is your appetizer, all the flavor, none of the fullness. ABV 4.5%
The hipster of black sheep lagers. The darkest beer to be seen drinking if you're not able to be seen drinking lagers. ABV 5.4%
Hooray lager!! Smooth easy lager that sends you to the tropics without having to wash the sand off of your feet. ABV 4.7%
A Bay area pale ale that will help roll the fog away. Crafty yet approachable, it will cause you to drop anchor and rock to the waves. ABV 4.9%
See Bass, substitute lager for pale ale. ABV 5.0%
Traditional white Belgian with hints of coriander and citrus. Not an Indian summer? It will inspire an indoor picnic. ABV 5.2%
Belgium style white, earthy, light bodied, and crisp with a hint of coriander. ABV 5.6%
This truly is the original 20th century witbier even though the style began in the 15th century. Bitter orange rind and a light citrus lemon. ABV 4.9%
Belgian inspired wheat beer recipe with raspberry infusion. ABV 4.2%
Americanized Belgian style wheat beer flowing from the Rockies. ABV 5.4%
Citrus and coriander highlight this Belgian style wheat rebel. ABV 5.2%
Well balanced with hints of coriander and orange peel. Great beer for the buck. ABV 5.0%
Light pilsner with character, slight earthiness. ABV 5.3%
Pilsner on steroids, light in body and color, not character. If Bud Light had a bigger spine than budget. ABV 4.7%
Pilsner that attacks with the ferociousness of a sweet Budweiser .....(ahem) tiger. ABV 5.0%
Finally, a "Bock-ser" that won't hit you in the eye. Dark and mellow caramelized beer. A Texas size beer fit to your scale. ABV 4.4%
Sonoma County '09. Aromas of smoked oak and citrus. The palate is a burst of apples, oak, and a hint of orange blossoms. The finish is short and crisp.
California '07. On the nose, floral and citrus, followed by subtle vanilla and toasted almond aromas. On the palate, zesty lemon and pineapple lead to a well-structured, creamy finish.
Santa Barbara '09. Fermented in 100% stainless steel and has not seen any oak, nor does it want to. Crisp apple, white peach, and pear, finishing long with hints of citrus and mineral. Hang out with friends and drink "Naked" often.
California '09. Help fight Breast Cancer with a glass of Chardonnay. 50% of the proceeds go to fighting Breast Cancer. Blended with Muscat and Chenin Blanc, flavors of crisp pear and apple are vibrant on the palate, with balanced oak and bright acidity.
Central Coast '09. Elegant ripe tree fruit flavors and some toasty oak, brown spice and butter. The wine has a moderate mouthfeel and sweetness backed up by refined acidity.
Colombard '10. The nose is fresh with fragrances of lemon curd and white flowers, and its flavor profile is dominated by shimmering creamy citrus notes, crisp acidity and a cleansing finish.
Marlborough, New Zealand '10. Pineapple and lemon aromas lifted by jasmine, pepper and green tea. Sweet, dense and nicely concentrated, with pineapple and floral flavors.
New Zealand '09. Fresh gooseberry and herbal aromas are followed by a zesty, tropical fruit palate.
Italy '09. Subtle, light and crisp. Bright, floral bouquet and tropical flavors dance over the palate. Nice complexity and easy to drink alone.
Central Coast California '10. Aromas of tropical fruit, peach, pear and lemon zest lead to rich mineral notes and a clean finish.
Italy '09. Fresh pear and melon with sparkling minerals. Notes of basil, honey, melon rind, jasmine, and lavender. Medium to high acid with a nice long finish.
Southeastern Australia '09. Lively and spicy, with tropical fruit aromas. An expressive, medium-dry wine, packed with grapey, fresh fruit flavors.
Charles Smith, Columbia Valley '10. Aromatic, smooth, vibrant and tasty. Think tangerine, pineapple wet stone, key lime, clove, and nectarine. Now stop thinking and start drinking.
Malvar, Madrid, Spain '09. Fresh and juicy aromas of tropical fruit fill your nose and lead to subtle peach flavors on the palate.
Viognier, Clarksburg '08. Aromatic and forward with white nectarine and key lime zest. The palate is minerally with waxy honeycomb, lemon citrus and white pepper flavors.
Sonoma County '09. Aromas of berries and toast open up to flavors of ripe red raspberries, plums, and vanilla on the palate, culminating in a smooth, fruity finish.
Napa Valley '08. This blend has aromas of bourbon soaked cherries, blackberry preserves, smoky caramel, and sweet basil. In the mouth, this wine starts with a punch of black raspberry, currants, dark molasses, and dried strawberry.
St. Helena, California '09. This graceful and medium bodied wine has robust aromas of floral and spice and a silky tannin structure with plump flavors of red fruit and spice on the finish.
Sonoma Coast, California '09. Aromas of lush cherry and red plum, with subtle hints of black tea and cola. On the palate, flavors are ripe and elegant, centering on red cherry and spice with a touch of earthiness and dark chocolate.
Umpqua Valley, Oregon '08. It has a complex bouquet of strawberry, delicate flavors of cherry and vanilla, and candied cherry/earthy finish. The wine was aged in a combination of French, Hungarian, and American oak barrels.
California '07. On the nose the wine has layers of berry fruit and anise aromas with hints of spice. On the palate, blackberry and spicy plum fruit with a rich mouth feel. Big and opulent on the mid palate trailing to a velvety toasted oak finish.
California '07. ONEHOPE donates 50% of profits generated from the sale of every bottle of its Zinfandel to Snowball Express, an organization that supports families and children of fallen soldiers. ONEHOPE Zinfandel is a rich red color with loads of juicy dark fruit flavors including plum and black cherry, with hints of pepper and a spicy finish.
Mendoza, Argentina '09. This Malbec is ruby red, dense and very intense. It bursts with aromas of red fruit with a hint of black fruit and spices. The wine is full, round, fleshy, very well balanced and has fresh finish.
Mendoza, Argentina '10. Fresh aromas, fruity, red fruits, plums and strawberries, with a delicate hint of vanilla.
Sonoma County '09. Red berry fruit with a hint of vanilla will hit your nose followed by soft and spicy notes of blackberries.
Napa Valley, California '09. Aromas of caramelized apple, fresh boysenberry syrup, sage, and light clove. In the mouth, there are flavors of red raspberry, cedar, dark plum, light cocoa, and pomegranate.
Charles Smith, Columbia Valley, Washington '09. It has a deep red color and an intensely concentrated nose of black cherry, blackberry essence, and freshly ground black pepper. On the palate, it is full bodied and velvety, with fine grained tannins and an extremely long finish.
American Spirit Whiskey, Zing Zang, Guinness, and house spices. Served on a House Blend salted rim with pickled greens.
Three Olives Loopy and Sprite. Tastes just like Fruit Loops, no kidding.
Camarena Blanco, fresh squeezed lime juice, agave nectar, Finest Call Sweet and Sour LITE, salted rim.
James Bond martini in Casino Royal. 3 parts Bombay Sapphire Gin, 1 part Grey Goose, splash of Cocchi Americano, served with a lemon peel.
Goslings Black Seal Rum and Ginger Beer served on ice.
The way it was traditionally served. Rye Whiskey, Sweet Vermouth, and bitters. Served with a cherry.
Peach puree, splash of OJ, and Champagne!!
Grey Goose Vodka and olive juice served in a martini glass with 3 Bleu Cheese olives.
Grey Goose Vodka, Chambord, and pineapple juice.
Grey Goose, peach schnapps, peach puree, OJ.
Drop a shot of Amaretto into a cold glass of Lite Beer with a splash of OJ!
PBR and a shorty of Jager.
Pinnacle Gummy, Triple Sec and Sour.
Pour a Guinness shot into a glass of Irish Whiskey and Baileys.
A cold shot of hot Whiskey.
Patron XO topped with Baileys.
Irish Whiskey chased with Pickle Juice!
Peach Schnapps, Irish Cream, Grenadine.
Layer shot with Melon Liquor, Jager, and Razzmatazz.
Goldslager mixed with Blue Curacao and a Jager Float.
Pinnacle Blueberry, Blue Curacao, Cranberry, Sprite.