Like a Belgian "Dark Strong Ale," this beer is rich and robust. Proceeds of the sale of this beer support jazz education programs of the Thelonious Monk Institute of Jazz.
9.4% ABV $9
LOUD! Hazy IPA, Almanac, Alamada, CA
This double IPA always uses its outside voice. Obnoxiously dry-hopped with Mosaic and Denali, LOUD! screams with tropical flavors of mango, papaya & pineapple and has a crazy hazy mouthfeel.
8.0% ABV $9
ZP Nosferatu German Pilsner, Livermore, CA
In 1842, Josef Groll, the Father of Pils," energized the beer world by making the first pilsner. In 1922, F.W. Murnau, made the first vampire film, "Nosferatu" in German. Now Zemrak Pirkle Productions and Eight Bridges Brewing have teamed to create "Nosferatu". A Bavarian styled pilsner made with all German ingredients, has a malty aroma, that is classic to Groll's pilsner with a noble hop character.
4.9% ABV $8
Allagash Tripel Ale, Portland, ME
This New England craft beer has suggestions of honey and biscuit in its complex, varied palate.
9% ABV $8
Delirium Tremens, Belgium
This beer is really fantastic with nice floral notes, good finish and refreshing with a gently spicy wheat and yeast atoms blended with mild bitter hops.
8.5% ABV $9
Dr. Lupulin 3X India Pale Ale, Revision Brewing, Sparks,NV
Doctor Lupulin is brewed with loads of hops but is not too bitter. A high ABV brew that is easy drinking without excessive alcohol heat. The experiment to create beer perfection is alive.
11.3% ABV $9
Faction Pils, Alameda, CA
A pilsner made a touch stronger for the winter months.
7% ABV $6
Faction HipsterConformant Lager, Alameda, CA
Industrial lager were the tastes are well balanced with the hops. No bitterness is perceptible.
4.8% ABV $6
Monty Python's Holy Grail, Dark Ale, United Kingdom
A fresh, zesty taste and a long crisp bitter finish. Sure to be your "Holy Grail"
5.7% ABV $7
ProZach West Coast IPA, Bike Dog Brewing, West Sac, CA
A new wave West Coast IPA with the aroma of grassy, pine and hops. It has a biscuity malt flavor up-front with a hint of rye that is quickly overtaken by hops and a classic West Coast IPA flavor.