• On Tap represents one of our 42 beers on tap.
A German style brown ale that is normally conditioned for a longer period of time.

Malt focused with a dry finish. Hop bitterness is generally low to medium unless it is an American Ale which generally will always be hop heavy. Ambers and Reds get their name from the color of the beer.

This style ranges in color from gold to dark amber and is light to medium in body. ABV ranges from 4.5 to 8.5%.

Barley wine is a strong, sweet ale, characterized by it's high alcohol content. It is often aged for at least a year. It is very rich and malty and can range in color from light amber to a dark brown.

Belgians produce a wide variety of specialty a;es that elude a simple classification, it is a catch all category. These styles of beers range in colors and usually are strong and complex. Trappist and Abbey beers are high in sucrose, which provide an alcohol boost with a neutral flavor. Trappist ales are made by the Trappist monks in the monastery, there are eight Trappist monasteries that brew. Abbey ales are brewed by non-monastic types frequently under such a license and typically mimic the styles of Trappist ales, however cannot be called a Trappist ale.

Also referred to as a Black IPA (India Pale Ale) or Cascadian Dark Ale, ales of this style range from dark brown to pitch black and showcase malty and light to moderate roasty notes and are often quite hoppy generally with the use of American hops. Alcohol can range from average to high depending on if the brewery is going for a "dobule / imperial" version.

This style is a very pale golden top fermented ale with some fruitiness, but not too much. It should have some mild hop character and is a good starter ale.

Bocks are historically associated with Germany. The term bock means "billy goat" so a goat is often used in logos. Bock's range in color from pale to dark amber and are malty sweet.

These beers are malty, slightly sweet and full of flavor. They should be brown to reddish brown in color. ABV ranges from 4 to 6.4%.

The Bitter style came from brewers who wanted to differentiate these ales from other mild brews, enter pale malts and more hops. Most are gold to copper in colour and are light bodied. Low carbonation. Alcohol should be low and not perceived. Hop bitterness is moderate to assertive. Most have a fruitiness in the aroma and flavor.

Fruit beer, cider and perry still have the base beer style however fruit is added during the brewing process or after the brewing process. Aroma and flavor should be noticeable. The balance between fruit and the beer will be the key to a good fruit beer. Cider is made straight from fermenting apples and Perry is from fermenting pears.

Irish Ale is a sweet, malty ale. It can be amber to a deep reddish color and generally has a medium body. ABV can range from 3.5 to 6%.

First only brewed in Koln, Germany, now many American brewpubs and a hand full of breweries have created their own version of this obscure style. Light to medium in body with a very pale color, hop bitterness is medium to slightly assertive.

Pale Ales are amber to copper color with a crisp hop character. These beers are fruity, hoppy, and have caramel flavors, India Pale Ale is a style that has similar attributes as Pale Ale with more robust hopping and generally stronger alcohol content. Imperial IPAs are very strong and can be either bitter or sweet.

These lagers are the mainstream of the beer world. The color ranges from light bronze to nearly transparent and the ABV's are anywhere from 2.4 to 6%.

These beers are generally golden in color and are light to medium bodied. ABV ranges from 4 to 6%.

This tap is constantly changing, featuring seasonals and hard-to-find beers. Be sure to check often to see what will be on Tap #42.

A true Porter should be rich with malt, chocolate and roasty flavors.

This style ranges in color from gold to dark amber and is light to medium in body. ABV ranges from 4.5 to 8.5%.

Scottish Ales are broken down into sub categories based upon alcoholic strength and the way they were taxed. A sessional malty beer with less hops considering they had to import from England. Scotch Ales are big, bold, malty, and unusually sweet with peaty or earthy aromas, a higher ABV than a Scottish, also known as a "wee heavy".

Stout is very dark, almost black with rich flavors due to the high degree of roasted grain. Rich malt flavors, can be dry or sweet, strong or mild. Varieties include Sweet, Cream or Milk Stouts, Oatmeal Stouts, Russian Imperial Stouts (strongest) or Dry Stouts like Guinness.

Wheat beers are brewed with malted wheat in addition to the barley. This style has notes of fruit and a very effervescent nature. Hefeweizens are unfiltered and are cloudy with yeast, light, spritzy with banana and clove. Witbier is a Belgian wheat beer style that is hazy, whitish-yellow, light, citric and tangy. This style is traditionally spiced with coriander and orange peel.

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