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KOLSCH
Kölsch is one of the most strictly defined beer styles in Germany: according to the Konvention, it is a pale, highly attenuated, hoppy, bright (i.e. filtered and not cloudy) top-fermenting beer, and must be brewed according to the Reinheitsgebot.[1]
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Alc. 5.2% // IBUs 30
192 Calories, 12 oz serving

AMERICAN RYE PALE ALE, RYE P.A.
                    
A twist on standard American Pale Ale, the addition of Rye and Wheat into the recipe gives a slightly spicy and earthy character, finished with Columbus hops.

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Alc. 5.2% // IBUs 30
192 Calories, 12 oz serving

American Pale Ale


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Alc. 5.2% // IBUs 30
192 Calories, 12 oz serving

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Belgian Wit
A fruity sometimes spicy ancient brew made up of a 50/50 mix of pale and wheat malts, curacao orange and coriander seeds, other commercial types are the most excellent Blance de Namur, Hoegaarten and the fosters of wit, Blue Moon.
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Alc. 5.2% // IBUs 30
192 Calories, 12 oz serving

COFFEE AND  VANILLA OATMEAL STOUT


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Alc. 5.2% // IBUs 30
192 Calories, 12 oz serving

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