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Our interpretation of a traditional Belgian wheat beer. Brewed with a generous portion of wheat and spiced with coriander and Curacao orange peel, this beer is fruity, refreshing and slightly cloudy in appearance. Awards: Gold, World Beer Cup 2010 Bronze, GABF 2010 Gold, GABF 2005 Silver, World Beer Cup 2004 Gold, GABF 2002 Bronze, World Beer Cup 2002 Gold, World Beer Cup 1998
Fragrance and taste of the “yeast-cloudy” wheat beer are distinguished by a refined top-fermented flowery-yeast character and an unmistakable, distinct banana aroma. First sensation on the taste buds is full-bodied, very soft and mild with a lively, champagne-like sparkle. A light, typical wheat beer taste is expressed, the bitter tone of which can scarcely be detected. The sparklingly refreshing Ayinger Bräu-Weisse will impress every wheat beer connoisseur with the first mouthful.
A golden, malty, rich, creamy complex lager with aroma of malt and fresh hops. Easy to drink with a lingering pleasant after-taste and foam that stands like a cloud above the rim of the glass; lacing at every sip.
The lighter, gently kiln-dried malt gives Stiegl Pils its light golden colour. The marvellous bouquet of the finest Saaz hops, a characteristic bitterness and liveliness make it a favourite of beer connoisseurs that love a delicate hoppy note and a fine, aromatic flavour.
Abbot Ale is brewed in Bury St. Edmunds – a place which enjoys a rich brewing heritage than can be traced back almost 1000 years. The famous Domesday Book includes a passage about 'cerevisiarii' or ale brewers as servants of the Abbot in Bury St Edmunds' Great Abbey. The Greene King brewery sits alongside the historic ruins of the Abbey and to this day our brewers still draw water from the same chalk wells used by their brewing predecessors all those years ago. Hailed by the late beer writer Michael Jackson as "one of the great characters of the beer world", Abbot Ale is brewed for quality of the highest order. Abbot is an irresistible ale with masses of fruit characters, a malty richness and superb hop balance. It is brewed longer to a unique recipe, which makes it the full-flavoured, smooth and mature beer it is today.
A clean natural tasting brew with undertones of fresh raspberries and a wonderful aroma.
Stiegl Radler Grapefruit

Fruit Beer

Stieglbrauerei zu Salzburg
Salzburg, Austria
This classic smoked lager is full of beechwood smoked malts reminiscent of smoke halls and thick cuts of bacon, but surprisingly balanced by a blend of biscuit-like German malts giving off notes of caramel, chocolate, and toast.
A Belgian-style abbey ale crafted like those that Trappist monks brew for their own session beer. It is light bodied, light in color and relatively lower in alcohol with spicy phenolics and complex fruity esters of cherries, nectarines, peaches and bubblegum with a characteristic slightly tart and dry finish from the Belgian yeast.
Dark in color with a predominantly malty palate and just enough hop bitterness to create a wonderfully balanced, easy drinking brew.
Robust and smooth, this full-flavored lager is exceptionably drinkable and pitch black in color.
Flying Cloud

Foreign (Export)-Style Stout

Anchor Brewing Company
San Francisco, California
With the development of the production process, the master brewer has always consulted the reliable old recipes. The “Kirta-Halbe” is the only type of beer that can be classified between “March” beer and dark export beer. It is brewed for one of the most important festival days in Bavaria, the “Kirchweih” church fest. The intensive double fermentation process with the mixture of three malts gives the beer a warm, brown color and a well-balanced, full-bodied, solid aromatic malty quality. The salubrious character of Kirta-Halbe is distinguished by a high degree of fermentation, a pleasant sparkle and a distinctly perceptible bitter quality. The Kirta-Halbe comes “premium cloudy” to the bar, which means unfiltered with that full cellar taste.
Begyle Tough Guy

American-Style Brown Ale

Begyle Brewing
Chicago, Illinois
Pony Pilsner is a firm take on the classic German style aimed to quench the masses. German hops and malts are braided together to release the crisp awakening your summer self needs.
A trio of hops come together in this crisp session IPA. Brewed with Meyer lemon, Hop Slice balances floral hop notes and a subtle citrus kick.
This 8% smoked harvest ale uses the freshest grains and several different smoked grains to create a complex, yet incredibly drinkable brew.

French & Belgian-Style Saison

Brasserie St-Feuillien
Hainaut, Belgium
The coffee lover’s consummate beer. Brewed with an abundance of flaked oats, bitter and imported chocolates, and two types of coffee, this stout has an intense fresh-roasted java nose topped with a frothy, cinnamon-colored head that goes forever.
For fans of sour and funk, don't miss this one! Another masterpiece from this open-air, wild-yeast fermented brewery, this lambic is "tart and softly acidic," and sure to please.
Old Style Oktoberfest returns local production to City Brewery La Crosse, Wisconsin. Our limited release Old Style Oktoberfest is a traditional Märzen style beer made with classic German malts and hops that give this brew a complex, full body with a clean finish.
Smooth and dangerously drinkable, The Drop is the beer for that feeling of complete abandon, total oneness in the music, the height of the party. It's that ecstatic apex on the dance floor, the release after the build-up that the DJ lays down. Over 3 pounds of 4 types of hops per barrel are balanced with rich malt goodness. Like those fleeting moments of nirvana, this beer may never return, so catch it while you can. Share
Puff the Magic Cyser is a collaborative barrel aged product between Vander Mill and New Holland Brewing Company. This cyser is fermented with Michigan wildflower honey to complete dryness and then aged in New Holland Dragon's Milk barrels for 8 months. The richness from the stout and depth of the barrel flavor make this product very complex. A hint of the honey and acidity of the cider round out the profile.