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Ireland’s own black & white stout makes “The Perfect Pint.”
The combination of golden barley and the choicest hops makes this Ireland’s most favored lager.
Ireland’s oldest red ale is the second most popular in Ireland after Guinness.
Smithwick’s Pale Ale
A quality beer with a fuller taste, craft brewed with 100% pale ale
malt and aromatic hops.
Kilkenny Irish Cream Ale
With a deep red hue and rich creamy head.
Since 1935, 17 varieties of apple are grown in the Magners’ Orchards in Clonmel, Ireland.
The Bass Ale Red Triangle was the first ever trademark in Great Britain, making it a pioneer in global marketing.
Born in 1926 and originally a special Christmas beer, hence the name; Stella in Latin is “Star.”
Available in almost every country in the world Heineken is the most
Generous quantities of premium Cascade hops give this pale ale its fragrant bouquet and spicy flavor.
From America’s oldest brewery in Pennsylvania, it has been in production for over 175 years.
Unfiltered Belgian-style wheat ale spiced with fresh coriander and orange peel for a uniquely complex taste.
“The King of Beers” brewed since 1876 uses rice in addition to barley malt to give the beer a light taste.
Introduced in 1982, it has grown to become the best selling beer in the USA and number one light beer in the world.
American amber lager, supported by a fine bitterness and flavor hop aroma, caramel malts slow to the finish.
Sam Adams Boston Lager
Offering full, rich flavor that is both balanced and complex.
Sam Adams Seasonal
Summer Ale, Octoberfest, Winter Lager and for Spring “White Ale.”
Connolly’s Irish Red
Ireland’s finest barley, caramelized malt, flawless color and darkened barley.
Bittersweet & slightly spicy with a bright apple aroma & a dryness that makes you pucker.
Gun Hill IPA
West coast influenced IPA which is an India pale ale. Hoppy beer but very balanced.
This Blonde American Lager uses the proprietary Guinness yeast along with crystal malt and American hops.
Saranac Pale Ale
Is a classic English pale ale, a copper amber color and a smooth, full-flavored taste with a crisp finish.
Bronx Pale Ale
This deep amber local beer is an American-style pale ale, brewed with five different barley malts.
Goose Island IPA
Mild Winter, Summertime and Harvest Ale.
Newcastle Brown Ale
From Newcastle, England, believed to be the first place in Britain to brew beer.
Connolly’s Golden Wheat
An unfiltered wheat beer brewed with citrus
*Sam Adams Cherry
Wheat Ale brewed with cherries. Crisp & fruit with a hint of honey.
Since 1862 the Cistercian Monks of Chimay, Belgium have been developing the production of Trappist beers.
Hoegaarden is “white” spiced & fermented from wheat in the medieval fashion.
American amber lager, supported by a fine bitterness & floral hop aroma, caramel malts slow to the finish.
Please check with your server, beer is subject to change