76 Craft Beers on Draft
Looking for Something Festive?
He’Brew Jewbelation 17 “Reborn” (NY) 17%abv 10oz $10 He’Brew celebrates Hanukkah and its 17th birthday and its brand new brewery with a big, dark Strong Ale brewed with 17 malts and 17 hops, clocking in at 17% abv. We are at a loss for words… L’Chaim!
21st Amendment FDR Fireside Chat (CA) 7.9%abv 10oz $6
Rich, dark, English-style ale and with a cozy blend of spices to give you a little winter time motivation.
Avery Old Jubilation 2012 (CO) 8%abv 10oz $7 A winter strong ale with a gorgeous mahogany hue, a hint of hazelnuts, and a finish reminiscent of mocha and toffee. No spices, just a perfect blend of five specialty malts.
Great Lakes Christmas Ale (OH) 7.5%abv 16oz $6 Sweet, creamy caramel laced with a touch of cinnamon and nutmeg.
Southern Tier Krampus (NY) 9%abv 10oz $7 An Imperial pilsner with plenty of malt along with a a nice hoppy kick.
Tommyknocker Small Patch Pumpkin (CO) 5%abv 16oz $7 Molasses, caramel and orange peel highlight the pumpkin on this one.
Timmerman’s Pumpkin Lambicus (Belgium) 4%abv 10oz $9
A traditional Lambic brewed with pumpkin. Pumpkiny, spicy and a bit sour.
Looking for Something Unique?
Exclesior Mr. Jimmy’s Ruby Brown Ale (MN) 7.5%abv 10oz $6 Named in honor of the late legendary ambassador of the city of Exclesior, who was reputedly the inspiration for the Rolling Stone’s “You Can’t Always Get What You Want.”
Badger Hill Cherry Dunkel (MN) 6.3% 10oz. $8 A dunkel-style beer from Badger Hill Brewery. Cherries are added.
Indeed Sage Coach (MN) 7.2%abv 16oz $6 Indeed continues to impress us with this… ummm… we’re not sure what to call it. Brewed with pilsner malt and oats, French hops and a lot of fresh sage. .
Abita Barleywine (LA) 9.6%abv 10oz $6 Intensely malted, intensely hopped. A big robust, malty, hoppy and flavorful brew. Just like a barleywine should be.
Crazy Mountain Lawyers, Guns and Money (CO) 10%abv
10oz $9 CM calls this a barleywine simply due to the high booze content. It drinks like an oily, hop drenched double IPA however.
Rodenbach Grand Cru (Belgium) 6%abv 10oz $10 Blend of 1/3 young beer and 2/3 of beer aged 2 years in large oak vats. The finish is worthy of a great wine. A great Sour beer.
Looking for Something Fresh-Hopped?
Central Waters Hop Harvest (WI) 6%abv 16oz $7 A wet-hopped ale from Wisconsin that uses fresh hops and barley, all grown right over there in Wisconsin.
Deschutes Chasin’ Freshies (OR) 10oz $6 Herbaceous, tropical, and citrusy. Medium-bodied with a crisp texture.
Looking for Something Hoppy?
3rd Street Bitter Neighbor Black IPA (MN) 4.1%abv 16oz $6
We all know this guy. Always scowling. Absolutely certain that the government, his co-workers, and his father-in-law are all conspiring against him. Creating imaginary feuds with the other neighbors. Good beer though.
Excelsior XLCR Pale (MN) 5.8%abv 16oz $6 A wonderful amber-colored pale ale, with just enough aromatic hops & mildly sweet maltiness.
Summit Extra Pale Ale (MN) 5.3%abv 16oz $5 The one that started it all . . .round these parts anyway.
Big Wood Bark Bite IPA (MN) 6.6%abv 16oz $6 Citrusy hops, just slightly sweet. The logo has a picture of a beaver on it, so…
Lift Bridge Hop Dish (MN) 7.5%abv 16oz $6 Aggressively hopped, aromas of citrus, fruit, and pine but will bombard your taste buds with hops.
Lake Monster Empty Rowboat IPA (MN) 6.5%abv 16oz $6 Newest brewery in town. This is their citrusy IPA with a little malt back.
Fulton Sweet Child O’ Vine (MN) 6.4%abv 16oz $6 Full of hops and malty goodness.
Surly Furious (MN) 6.2%abv 16oz $6 We all know this one by now!
Crazy Mountain Peach IPA (CO) 6.2% 16 oz $7 It’s like an IPA only with nuances of peach wafting in the background.
Rogue Brutal IPA (OR) 5.8%abv 16oz $8 This one is really not “brutal” at all. Incredibly well balanced, with apricot and citrus fruit, a touch of piney hops, with great malt qualities and just enough bitterness.
Brash Droogs (MA) 7%abv 16oz $7 Aggressively hopped but also nicely malty IPA. We don’t really know what “droogs” means… do you?
Lakefront Brewing Fixed Gear Red Ale (WI) 6.8% abv 16 oz. $6 Fixed Gear is a big, bold American red ale with a glaring crimson tone and brilliant floral-citrus aroma, thanks to an aggressive dry hopping.
Lagunitas IPA (CA) 6.5% 16oz $6 A fine IPA to be sure. Crisper than many, but still funky. Also only 6 bucks. Not bad for that good and kind Cali bud. . .I mean beer. . .Cali beer.
Boulder Mojo on Nitro (CO) 7.2%abv 16oz $5 The benchmark IPA put on a nitro tap to cream it out and smooth the edges.
Looking for Something Double Hoppy?
Surly Abrasive (MN) 9%abv 10oz $8 Over-hopped, under-brewed Double IPA has crammed in almost twice the amount of hops & malts.
Rush River Double Bubble Imperial IPA (WI) 9%abv 10oz $6 A rich double IPA with copious amounts of honey added to pleasure your palate.
Stone Double Bastard (CA) 11.2%abv 10oz $7 Strong, bitter, and hoppy. This bastard of a beer is an American Strong Ale beer that lives up to it’s name.
Mad River Steelhead Double IPA (CA) 8.6%abv 10oz $5 Bright, fruity and bitter hops dominate the malt. This river isn’t just mad, it’s downright pissed.
Epic Hopulent on Nitro (UT) 9%abv 10oz $6 This beer is over the top malty and hoppy. Too much of everything. Opulent, you might even say. You’re going to love it.
Looking for Something Belgian-y?
Boom Island Brimstone Tripel (MN) 9.5%abv 10oz $6 Great Belgian-y flavors of citrus, banana, yeast and grassy notes, but not as intense as many a tripel-style ale.
La Trappe Quad (NED) 10%abv 10oz $9 Lots of banana and hints of caramel, with just a slight touch of bitterness to finish it off.
McChouffe (Belgium) 8%abv 10oz $10 This strong dark ale is done much in the style of a Scotch ale, except, you know… not from Scotland.
Maredsous Brune (Belgium) 6%abv 10oz $8 Brown in color yet floral on the nose with a beautifully rich finish.
St. Bernardus Abt 12 (Belgium) 10%abv 10oz $12 A big, brown, Belgian brew, more in line stylistically with a dubbel than a quad. Some call it one of the best in the world… we don’t disagree.
Duvel (Belgium) 8%abv 10oz $10 A draft of Duvel? Do my eyes deceive me? (Not quite the same as bottled Duvel, but you will love it all the same).
Looking for Something with Depth?
Clown Shoes Genghis Pecan Porter (MA) 7%abv 10oz $9 Caramelly, nutty and brown sugary. Just like pecan pie should be.
McNeil’s Dark Angel (VT) 10%abv 10 oz $5 A rich, imperial stout with rich chocolate and toffee undertones. This beer is sure to make even the most honest of angels turn to the dark side.
Bell’s Expedition Stout 9%abv 10oz $8 The darkest beer Bell’s makes; this imperial stout contains double the malt and five times the hops of Kalamazoo stout.
Bell’s Double Cream Stout (MI) 7.5%abv 10oz $6 No actual cream used in the making of this one, but you wouldn’t know it by the smooth, creamy, silky texture.
Brooklyn Black Chocolate Stout (NY) 10%abv 10oz $7 Definitely a big and bold Russian Imperial Stout, but not as overwhelming as many that are on the market these days.
Founders Breakfast Stout (MI) 8.3%abv 10oz $7 You’ve got to love coffee to truly appreciate this phenomenal brew. We’re not sure if this is some type of coffee cake or a beer.
Tyranena Devil Made Me Do It (WI) 6%abv 10oz $6. A nuanced and serious coffee porter. You down with Satan?
New Holland Dragon’s Milk (MI) 9%abv 10oz $9 Aged in oak for over
120 days, hints of bourbon flavor perfectly compliment roasted malts.
Looking for Something Fruity?
Tenacious Traveler Seasonal Shandy (VT) 5.1%abv 16oz $6 A ginger shandy to honor the season.
Aspall Cider (England) 5.5%abv 10oz $8 Aspall has been making cider since 1728, done in a traditional dry, English style.
Crispin Original (CA) 5%abv 16oz $7 A crisp, crunchy, apple-y cider. Served over ice
Looking for Something Malty/Sweet?
Third Street Sugar Shack Maple Stout (MN) 6.5%abv 16oz $6
A smooth toasty stout brewed with real maple syrup from St John’s Abbey in Collegeville MN. These monks don’t allow just anyone to use their syrup… Third Street had to earn that privilege by brewing an amazing beer.
Excelsior Bitteschlappe Brown (MN) 6.8%abv 16oz $7 A soft and mellow medium-bodied Munich-style brown ale, with a brisk carbonation.
Excelsior Nunnmorblak (MN) 5.2%abv 16oz $7 Roasty and toasty and malty. A Black Ale, definitely not a Black IPA. Which is good.
Badger Hill Foundation Stout (MN) 6.3% 16 oz. $6 A sweet, malty roast that hints of coffee, caramel and chocolate—and finishes off clean with touches of Cascade hops.
Big Wood Morning Wood (MN) 5%abv 16oz $6 No innuendo or double entendre here. Just a nice cocoa-like coffee stout.
Pour Decisions Infidelity Burton Ale (MN) 7.2%abv 10oz $5 Toasty malt with hints of dark fruit and a bit of hay and spice, a touch of hop
Boom Island Hoodoo Dubbel (MN) 8.5%abv 10oz $5 A rich, malty dubbel without being overly intense. Flavors of plum, allspice and cocoa, like a delightful bread pudding.
Surly Bender (MN) 5.1%abv 16oz $6 Here’s what happens when substance meets smooth. Easy-drinking with many layers of satisfaction.
Surly Coffee Bender (MN) 5.1%abv 16oz $7 Bender with the addition of cold-pressed coffee. The envy of every coffeehouse in town.
Millstream Schokolade Bock (IA) 6%abv 16oz $7 A rich and chewy chocolate bock beer, lagered in Millstream’s cellars for several weeks.
Millstream Blitzer Baltic Porter (IA) 7%abv 10oz $5 A dark and malty Baltic porter, but with a lively carbonation to balance out the richness. Founders Dirty Bastard (MI) 8.3%abv 10oz $6 A delicious scotch ale brewed with ten varieties of imported malts making this bold and powerful.
Tyranena Sheep Shagger (WI) 7.7% abv 10 oz. $5
A scotch ale that uses peated malt and a wee bit of roasted barley.
Kona Pipeline Porter (HI) 5.4%abv 16oz $6 Hawaii is now in the craft beer game, leaving Jersey and Arkansas as the only non-players. Young’s Double Chocolate Stout on Nitro (England) 5.2%abv 16oz $7 There is definitely chocolate in this brew. Lots of chocolate.
Left Hand Milk Stout on Nitro (CO) 6.5%abv 16oz $7 Perhaps the finest stout made in the lower 48. Rich and creamy and smooth.
Central Waters Mudpuppy Porter (WI) 5.5%abv 16oz $6 Roasted and malty with a little bitter twist at the end.
Horny Goat Brownie Porter (WI) 5.6%abv 10oz $6 Cocao and vanilla flavors, definitely reminiscent of a plate of delicious brownies.
Looking for Something Lighter?
Excelsior Big Island Blond (MN) 5.1%abv 16oz $6 Crisp, citrusy and refreshing. You’ll feel like you’re cruising on Lake Minnetonka under the July sunshine. As long as you don’t look out the window, of course.
Lake Superior Kayak Kölsch (MN) 16oz $5 Cold. Yellow. Beer.
Odell Wellspring (CO) 6.6%abv 16oz $6 A Farmhouse style amped up with some hops and showing a little fuller bodied than many a saison.
Big Wood Jack Savage (MN) 5.3%abv 16oz $6 APA with light piney hops, citrus, caramel and a malt backbone. Very sessionable.
Lagunitas PILS (CA) 6.2%abv 16oz $6 A refreshing Czech-style pilsner, with just enough grassy and floral hops to give it a little kick..
Great Lakes Dortmunder Gold (OH) 5.8%abv 16oz $6 Good balance of hops and malts with very subtle twists of apple and lemon.