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Comments Off 06 September 2012

Wondering what all is going to be pouring on Saturday? Here you go!

Dock Street (Philadelphia)

Man Full of Trouble, 6% ABV, Porter

Chock full of coffee and bitter chocolate aromas and flavors, this beer has a pleasant roasted character that complements its complexity.

Rye IPA, 6.8%

An aggressively hopped American Pale Ale brewed with Simcoe and Amarillo hops. The use of 20% rye gives thisale a unique dry and spicy character.


Lagunitas (Petaluma, CA)

IPA, 6.2%

A nicely hopped session IPA that has sweet and earthy notes.

Pilsner, 6.2%

This Czech-style pilsner has a slight spice character along with sweet malts.


Oskar Blues (Longmont, CO)

Dale’s Pale Ale, 6.5%, Pale Ale

An unusually hoppy yet balanced and hearty pale ale out of Colorado.

Mama’s Lil Pils, 5.3%

Made with 100% pale malt and Saaz hops, this smooth pils was named one of the ten best by New York Times.


Weyerbacher (Easton, PA)

Imperial Pumpkin, 8%

A bold, spicy, and strong pumpkin ale with hints of cinnamon and nutmeg.

Merry Monk’s, 9.3%, Abbey Tripel

This bottle-conditioned Belgian-style tripel has notes of banana is one of Weyerbacher’s flagship beers.


Green Flash (San Diego, CA)

Hophead Red, 7%, Red IPA

Winner of a World Beer Cup Gold, this uniquely hopped has a caramelly base and a floral aroma.

West Coast IPA, 7.3%

Four distinct types of hops give the West Coast IPA its unique and layered flavor profile.


Dogfish Head (Milton, DE)

Punkin, 7%, Pumpkin Ale

With the help of tinges of brown sugar and spices and a punch of pumpkin, Punkin has become one of Dogfish’s most popular seasonal beers.

Indian Brown Ale, 7.2%

Dogfish’s hybrid between a Scotch ale, IPA, and American brown that is curiously hopped and malty all at once.


Great Lakes (Cleveland, OH)

Edmund Fitzgerald, 5.8%, Porter

An interestingly hopped bittersweet porter with chocolate and coffee flavors present.

Commodore Perry, 7.5%, IPA

Hoppy, dry, and a bit fruity, Commodore Perry most recently won a Gold at the 2011 World Beer Championships.


Stone (Escondido, CA)

Arrogant Bastard, 7.2%, Strong Ale

About as aggressive as its name suggests, Arrogant Bastard is strong, flavorful, and has a bitter kick.

IPA, 6.9%

A dry hopped IPA with a massive flavor and a bitterness only a true IPA could offer.


Victory (Downington, PA)

Headwaters Pale Ale, 5.1%

Crisp, complex, and highly drinkable, Headwaters is made with the pure water that travels through Downingtown.

Fest Bier, 5.6%, Oktoberfest

German malts and European hops make this a true Oktoberfest-style lager.


Yards (Philadelphia)

Philadelphia Pale Ale, 4.6%

Perfect for summer, this non-traditional pale ale has a distinct citric, grapefruit tartness to go along with a smooth body.

ESA, 6%, Strong Bitter

An English-style ale with chocolate hints sprinkled throughout.


Boulder Beer (Boulder, CO)

Hazed & Confused, 5%, American Pale Ale

Four hop varieties give this pale ale a full mouth feel and a smooth finish.

Mojo IPA, 7.2%

A combination of maltiness and hoppiness separate Mojo from a plethora of other IPAs.


Sprecher (Milwaukee, WI)

Abbey Triple, 8.4%, Tripel

Brewed in the Belgian Trappist tradition, this tripel has imported pale barley and a slightly fruity flavor.

Oktoberfest, 5.75%, Lager

A malty sweetness accents a flavorful finish in this classic Oktoberfest-style lager.


Free Will (Perkasie, PA)

Citra Pale Ale, 5.7%

Named after the type of hops that unsurprisingly give the beer a citrus kick that pairs nicely with floral notes that eventually present themselves.

Destiny’s Wit, 5.7%, Belgian White

Not overly sweet or spicy, Destiny’s Wit strikes a nice balance between the two while remaining highly drinkable.


Triumph (Philadelphia)

Old City Ale, 5.8%

Brewed with Munich malt and Tettnang hops, this German-influenced dark ale showcases the distinct flavor of Munich malt.

Amber Ale, 5.2%

Brewed in a Pacific-Northwest style. It’s sweet malty taste is balanced with a generous amount of cascade Hops.


Philadelphia Brewing (Philadelphia)

Walt Wit, 4.5%, Belgian White

Named after the legendy poet, Walt Wit gives off a slight bit of spice and a refreshing and satisfying citrus sweetness.

Newbold IPA, 7%

An amber, hoppy IPA brewed right here in the City of Brotherly Love.


Sly Fox (Pottstown, PA)

Phoenix Pale Ale, 5.1%

Centennial and Cascade hops and spices highlight this bold, copper, American Pale Ale.


A traditional medium-bodied German-style Oktoberfest that is released in the fall.  Vienna malts and German hops give this beer an authentic feel.


Troegs (Hershey, PA)

Perpetual IPA, 7.5%, Imperial Pale Ale

An powerful, golden Imperial Pale Ale that is intensely hopped with Bravo, Chinook, and Mt. Hood hops.

Sunshine Pils, 4.5%, Pilsner

Hoppier than a typical pils, Sunshine is still a perfect summer beer due to its refreshing, crisp character.


Allagash (Portland, ME)

White, 5%, Belgian Style Wheat

What many Belgian Whites strive to be, Allagash’s take on the style has a generous portion of wheat, coriander, and orange peel.

Black, 7.5%, Belgian Style Stout

Caramelized sugar, roasted chocolate malt, and coffee notes give this smooth stout a seductive and intense flavor profile.


Manayunk Brewing (Philadelphia)

Hefeweizen, 5.3%

In true German tradition, Manayunk’s hefe is fermented with a Bavarian weizen yeast which gives a flavor of banana and clove.

Lenape, 6.7%, Indian Style Brown Ale

A tribute to the Lenape Indians that lived in Manayunk, this malty brown ale has hints of chocolate and caramel as well as a kick of hops.


Sixpoint (Brooklyn, NY)

Bengali Tiger, 6.4%, IPA

Citrusy, hoppy, and a floral aroma make this a great summer or fall go-to beer for any IPA enthusiast.

Righteous Rye, 6.3%, Rye Beer

Rye malt gives this a bready, subdued mouthfeel to accent the herbal and citrus hoppiness.


Goose Island (Chicago, IL)

Harvest, 5.7%, ESB

Fresh picked cascade hops from Washington and the richest Midwestern malts makes Goose Island Harvest Ale an extra special beer worthy of your devotion.

India Pale Ale, 5.9%

Hops come to the forefront at the beginning and in the finish while bookending a dry maltiness in the middle.


Founders (Grand Rapids, MI)

Dirty Bastard, 8.5%, Scotch Style Ale

Dark, complex, intense, and smoky are words they most closely describe this one-of-a-kind Scotch ale.

Reds Rye, 6.6%, Pale Ale

A unique mixture of rye, hops, and Belgian caramel malts give this pale ale a complexity that is unparallelled.


Flying Dog (Frederick, MD)

Wildemann, 7.5%, Farmhouse IPA

An interesting mixture of IPA hoppiness meets the citrus and spice of a farmhouse saison.

Woody Creek White, 4.8%, Belgian White

This unfiltered and traditionally spiced Wit beer is brewed with coriander and bitter orange peel.


Southern Tier

422, 5.8%, Pale Wheat Ale

Named for Earth Day and a tribute to going “green”, this pale wheat is unfiltered and has slight tastes of orange and malts as well as a touch of hops.

Phin and Matt’s Pale, 5.7%, American Pale Ale

A balance of sweetness and bitterness that is brewed with three varieties of hops and three types of malts.


Bell’s (Kalamazoo, MI)

Octoberfest, 5.8%, Marzen

A coppery amber lager that showcases a full bodied, malty flavor that is balanced by a refreshing bitterness derived from fine noble hops.

Amber Ale, 5.8%

Grain and caramel notes make this crisp and bitter amber an interesting summer option.


Evil Genius

Evil Eye, 6%, IPA

A West Coast-style IPA has hints of pineapple, mango, passion fruit, and oranges without being overly fruity tasting.

Hunchback, 5.4%, Hefeweizen

A summer seasonal that is stimulating and drinkable with notes of banana and clove.


Flying Fish

Oktoberfish, 6%, Oktoberfest

European malts, hops, and yeast highlight this classic Oktoberfest seasonal.

Abbey Dubbel, 7.2%

A great example of an American take on the traditional Belgian dubbel style.

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