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Simply put, a beer style is a label given to a beer that describes its overall character and often times its origin. It’s a name badge that has been achieved over many centuries of brewing, trial and error, marketing, and consumer acceptance. Our styles reflect our spin on the constantly evolving world of beer, with non-geek descriptions broken down for all to understand.

PILSNER

Classic German Pilsners are very light straw to golden in color. Head should be dense and rich. They are also well-hopped, brewed using Noble hops such has Saaz, Hallertauer, Hallertauer Mittelfrüh, Tettnanger, Styrian Goldings, Spalt, Perle, and Hersbrucker. These varieties exhibit a spicy herbal or floral aroma and flavor, often times a bit coarse on the palate, and distribute a flash of citrus-like zest–hop bitterness can be high.

STOUTS

Inspired from English & Irish Stouts, the American Stout is the ingenuous creation from that. Thankfully with lots of innovation and originality American brewers have taken this style to a new level. Whether it is highly hopping the brew or adding coffee or chocolate to complement the roasted flavors associated with this style. Some are even barrel aged in Bourbon or whiskey barrels. The hop bitterness range is quite wide but most are balanced. Many are just easy drinking session stouts as well.

PALE ALE

Of British origin, this style is now popular worldwide and the use of local ingredients, or imported, produces variances in character from region to region. Generally, expect a good balance of malt and hops. Fruity esters and diacetyl can vary from none to moderate, and bitterness can range from lightly floral to pungent.

BROWN ALE

Spawned from the English Brown Ale, the American version can simply use American ingredients. Many other versions may have additions of coffee or nuts. This style also encompasses “Dark Ales”. The bitterness and hop flavor has a wide range and the alcohol is not limited to the average either.

Our Menu

  • Pub Wings

  • Bourbon Teriyaki$7.50

  • Garlic Parm$7.50

  • Plain$7.50

  • Rum Mango Habanero$7.50

  • Signature Hot$7.50

  • Sweet Chili$7.50

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  • Appetizers

  • Chicken Tenders$8.00

    crispy chicken tenders served with choice of fries

  • Fries$5.00

    plain, spicy or garlic parm

  • Mozzarella Sticks$5.50

    breaded mozzarella fried and served with marinara

  • Onion Rings$6.00

    battered with a blend of spices and fried

  • Fried Green Beans$6.50

    crunchy and crispy fried green beans

  • Fried Pickels$6.00

    dill pickles battered and fried

  • G&W Bacon Wrapped Cheddar Brat$8.00

    topped with onion, mustard, relish, onions, tomatoes and cheese then served in a pretzel bun with fries

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  • Pizzas

  • Flatbread$9.00

  • Toppings$.75 Each

    bacon, black olives, canadian bacon, extra cheese, green pepper, hamburger, jalapeño, mushroom, onion, pepperoni, pineapple, sausage, tomato

  • Original Round$9.00

  • Toppings$.75 Each

    bacon, black olives, canadian bacon, extra cheese, green pepper, hamburger, jalapeño, mushroom, onion, pepperoni, pineapple, sausage, tomato

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