Ham, Egg & Cheese Sandwich 6.99

Bacon & Eggs, Potatoes 7.99

Steak & Eggs, Potatoes 9.99

Lox & Bagel Platter 10.99


Grilled Cheese 7.99

BLT 8.99

Tuna, Chicken or Egg Salad 8.99

Melts – Turkey or Tuna 8.99

Hot Corned Beef 9.99

Hot Pastrami 9.99

French Dip 9.99

Roasted Turkey Sandwich 9.99

Philly Cheesesteak 9.99

Reuben 10.99

Pita Wrap – Steak or Chicken 10.99

Club Sandwich 11.99


Guacamole, Salsa & Chips 5.99

Jalapeno Poppers 6.99

Cheese Quesadilla 6.99

Fried Mozzarella 7.99

Hot Wings 9.99

Chicken Fingers 9.99

Nachos – Steak or Chicken 9.99

Soft Tacos – Steak or Chicken 9.99


New England Clam Chowder 4.99

Tomato Soup 4.99

Matzah Ball Soup 5.99

Chicken Noodle Soup 5.99

Texas Beef Chili 7.99


Fried Fish Sandwich 8.99

Fried Clams 9.99

Crispy Fish Tacos 9.99

Fish & Chips 10.99

Shrimp Basket 11.99


Turkey Burger 7.99

Cheeseburger 8.99

Patty Melt 8.99

BBQ Pulled Pork Sandwich 8.99

BBQ Beef Brisket Sandwich 9.99

BBQ Ribs & Coleslaw 12.99


¼ lb Nathan Dog 3.99

Foot Long Nathan Dog 5.99

Bratwurst with Sauerkraut 5.99

Chicago, East Coast or West Coast Dog 5.99

Italian Sausage & Peppers 6.99


Fries, Rings or Tots SM 2.49 LG 3.99

Coleslaw SM 1.99 LG 3.49

Potato Salad or Macaroni Salad SM 1.99 LG 3.49


Spaghetti & Meatballs 10.99

Chicken Parmigiana Sandwich 10.99

Meatball Sub 10.99

18” Pizza 16.99

10” Pizza 11.99

Slice of Pizza 3.99


Mixed Fruit Bowl 3.99

Mixed Olives 5.99

Hummus & Pita 6.99

Chicken Caesar Salad 8.99

Greek Salad 8.99

Spinach & Berries Salad 9.99

Asian Chicken Salad 9.99

Cobb Salad 10.99


Cheese .99

Mushrooms .99

Sauerkraut .99

Egg 1.99

Avocado or Guacamole 1.99

Bacon 1.99

Cup of Soup or Chili 2.99

Chicken 2.99

18% service charge added to parties of 6 or more guests


All Cocktails are $10

Bulleit Rye Smash: Bulleit Rye, Muddled Mint, Fresh Lemon Juice, Simple Syrup, Splash of Water

Flamingo: Pyrat Rum, Pineapple Juice, Fresh Lime Juice, Grenadine

La Paloma: Sauza Hornitos Plata, Belvedere Pink Grapefruit Vodka, Pink Grapefruit Juice, Fresh Lime Juice

M Berry Bite: Ciroc Red Berry, Lindemans Framboise, M Cider, Sprite, Fresh Lime Juice

Moscow Peach: Ciroc Peach, Crabbies Ginger Beer, Peach Schnapps, Fresh Lime Juice, Peach Puree


Sparkling, Chandon, Napa Library Cuvée, Brut, NV $14

Pinot Grigio, Salmon Creek $7

Chardonnay, A by Acacia $9

Riesling, Dr. Pauly-Bergweiler, Noble House $7

Moscato, SIP $9

Pinot Noir, Seaglass $10

Merlot, Skyfall $11

Cabernet Sauvignon, Castle Rock $10

Cabernet Sauvignon, Educated Guess $14


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Alaskan Amber: Altbier Richly malty and long on the palate, with just enough hop backing to make this beautiful amber colored “alt” style beer notably well balanced. Juneau, AK ABV: 5.3%

Arrogant Bastard: Strong Ale Dark, cooper colored with great head and nice lacing. Deep scented, nice rich hops, along with a smoky feel. A nice shot of hops along with the oaky fruitiness. Escondido, CA ABV 7.2%

Ballast Point Grunion Pale Ale: American Pale Ale Winning brew from the Ballast Point employee home brewing contest. Pours a deep gold to light orange with pungent summer fruit aromas and herbal flavors. San Diego, CA ABV: 5.5%

Bass Pale Ale: English Pale Ale Formerly known as “Bass Finest” - It pours a ruby color with a white, somewhat thin head. The nose is quite subdued, with nettle and light malt notes and a nutty character.St. Louis, MO ABV: 5%

Big Sky Moose Drool: Brown Ale This ale is chocolate brown in color with a creamy texture. The aroma mostly comes from the malt with a hint of spiciness being added by the hops. Missoula, MT ABV: 5.1%

Boddingtons: English Pale Ale A golden color and is dispensed with the “widget,” giving it a very creamy taste. United Kingdom ABV: 3.8%

Chimay Triple (White): Tripel This Trappist beer combines sweet and bitter in a rare balance. The beer’s aroma felt in the mouth comes from the hops’ perfumes: above all, they are fruity touches of Muscat grapes and raisins, even ripe apples. Belgium ABV: 8%

Deschutes Mirror Pond: American Pale Ale This ale is a burnt orange, slightly hazy, very effervescent brew. The head is a sparkling rocky light tan that breaks down fairly easily, but remains very rocky. Bend, OR ABV: 5%

Dogfish Head Indian Brown Ale: Brown Ale A rare cross between a brown ale, Scottish ale and IPA. Tastes of caramelized brown sugar, coffee and ginger. Milton, DE ABV: 7.2%

Firestone Double Barrel Ale: English Bitter Pours a nice dark color and has a slightly sweet nose. It has fine ale character, with sufficient hops to impart a nice fruity essence. Paso Robles, CA ABV: 5%

Joseph James Citra Rye Pale Ale: American Pale Ale Golden pale ale with a thin white head. Great balance of the citrus fruits and the rye spiciness. Henderson, NV ABV: 5.4%

Kona Big Wave: American Blonde Ale A fantastically fresh tropical ale with a hazy golden body and slightly sticky white head. Aromas of citrus, hops and honey. Big shots of fruitiness combine with a grainy malt flavor to make this a distinctly Hawaiian style brew. Kailua Kona, HI ABV: 4.4%

Leffe Blonde: Belgian Pale Ale Brings broad palette of aromas into balance. It is elegant, smooth and fruity, with a spicy aftertaste with a hint of bitter orange. It’s light, sunny color is due to the use of pale malt. Belgium ABV: 6.6%

Left Coast Asylum Tripel: Tripel Very smooth, very strong ale. This Belgian- style ale has a light to medium body with a small spicy sweetness. San Clemente, CA ABV: 11.8%

Lost Coast AlleyCat Amber: Amber Ale Full flavored amber ale, brewed with roasted caramel malts. Medium body and a rich malty finish. Eureka, CA ABV: 5.5%

Magic Hat #9: American Pale Ale ”Not quite a pale ale”, but close enough. This ale is light on the palate with a dry crispiness and tastes of peach and apricot. South Burlington, VT ABV: 5.1%

Moylan’s Kilt Lifter: Scotch Ale Multiple award winning brew. Bold tastes with rich caramel malts, but balanced with light hops. Allow to warm in glass for best tasting. Novato, CA ABV: 8%

New Belgium Fat Tire: American Amber Ale Smooth ale that tastes exactly as it smells. The citrusy hops are slightly more dominant, but the chocolate and malt flavors are well played and well balanced. Fort Collins, CO ABV: 5.2%

Newcastle Brown Ale: Brown Ale A unique flavor of malt and caramel give it certain sweetness. It is fruity with an underlying savory like beef stock, with no bitterness. It is full of flavor, yet easy to drink pale ale. United Kingdom ABV: 4.7%

Oskar Blues Dale’s Pale Ale: American Pale Ale Pours a hazy amber orange color with a thick frothy head. Very hoppy nose and a great balance of European pale malts and citrusy floral hops. Longmont, CO ABV: 6.5%

Pelican Kiwanda Cream Ale: Cream Ale Smooth light body with strong malty flavors. Slight corn aroma with a dry finish on the palate. Pacific City, OR ABV: 5.1%

Sierra Nevada Pale Ale: American Pale Ale This beer has a deep amber color and an exceptionally full-bodied, complex character. Generous quantities of premium Cascade hops give the Pale Ale its fragrant bouquet and spicy flavor. Chico, CA ABV: 5.6%

Smithwick’s: Irish Red Ale While this beer is clearly an ale it takes characteristics from both Ale and Lager styles. Clean and smooth with rich malts. Ireland ABV: 5%

Squatters Full Suspension Pale Ale: American Pale Ale Award winning unfiltered dry hopped brew. Pours with an orange hue and a floral hop aroma. Finishes crisp with a slight bitterness. Salt Lake City, UT ABV: 4%

Stone Pale Ale: English Pale Ale This pale ale is a clear, copper color and pours with a medium, whitehead. The nose is sweet with notes of caramel, apple and subtle hops. Escondido, CA ABV: 5.4%

Tripel Karmeliet: Tripel This refined collection of hand selected wheat, oats and barley is authentically brewed from the original 1679 recipe of the former Carmelite monastery. Belgium ABV: 8.4%

Unibroue La Fin Du Monde: Triple Very smooth medium bodied ale with hints of citrus. Pours blonde with a golden hue with a strong spicy honey aroma. Canada ABV: 9%

Unibroue Maudite: Strong Ale This is a mahogany-colored, rich-tasting Belgian dark ale that has a distinctively complex taste. Because of the warmth it releases, this strong character beer must be served cool but not cold. Canada ABV: 8%



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Rogue Dead Guy Ale: The aroma is of sweet malt. It has nice lacing and a crisp taste. It is a deep honey color with a rich hearty flavor. Newport, OR ABV: 6.5%

Shiner Bock: Tradition of genuine Bavarian bock beers, with deep amber color, distinctive rich flavor and full body. Handcrafted brewing process brings forth a mellow taste free of the bitter aftertaste. Shiner, TX ABV: 4.4%


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M Cider: Light body with a strong raspberry essence and sparkling finish. Canada ABV 4.8%

Stella Artois Cidre: Crisp and refreshing. Fermented from handpicked apples. A little sweet with a dry finish. Belgium ABV: 4.5%

Wyder Pear: Soft on the palate and quite strong in pear aroma. It has a tangy yet refreshing taste. Canada ABV: 4%



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Lindemans Framboise: Fruit beer with a delicate palate of raspberries with undertones of fruity acidity and an elegantly sparkling clean natural taste. It is smooth, crisp, with a light-to-medium body, moderate carbonation, and a clean finish. Belgium ABV: 2.5%

Mudshark Havablue: A wheat ale with a smooth richness of vanilla bean. Slightly sweet with a blueberry muffin like finish. Lake Havasu, AZ ABV: 5.5%

Pyramid Apricot: This unfiltered, apricot Weizen Ale has extra flavor and aroma, that offers the pleasing aroma and flavor of fresh apricots, and has a smooth and refreshing character. Seattle WA ABV: 5.1%

Schofferhofer Grapefruit: Very refreshing and sweet unfiltered hefeweizen with strong grapefruit flavors. Germany ABV: 2.5%



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Ballast Point Sculpin IPA: This IPA showcases bright flavors and aromas of apricot, peach, mango and lemon. The lighter body also brings out the crispness of the hops. San Diego, CA ABV: 7% IBU: 70

Big Dog’s Dirty Dog IPA: Pours a deep golden color with strong citrus hops and a medium maltiness. Las Vegas, NV ABV: 7.1% IBU: 70

Brooklyn East IPA: Well-balanced malts and hops with a low carbonation. An IPA with a low bitterness and aromas of sweet grass. Brooklyn, NY ABV: 6.9% IBU: 47

Deschutes Fresh Squeezed IPA: Brewed with citra and mosaic hops, this award winning brew pours a deep amber color with a thin white head. Notes of a sweet citrus and pine. Bend, OR ABV: 6.4% IBU: 60

Dogfish Head 60 Minute IPA: An IPA that is continually hopped with over 60 Northwest hops over a 60 minute boil, with a powerful citrusy hop character. Milton, DE ABV: 6% IBU: 60

Lagunitas IPA: Pours light gold with a fizzy, all-white head. Citrus fruits and light floral hops in the aroma, with some mild caramel. Finishes very crisp and dry. Petaluma, CA ABV: 6.2% IBU: 46

Lagunitas Hop Stoopid IPA: Intense bitterness, with just enough malt to balance this IPA out. Tastes of pine and citrus peel with a grassy aroma. Petaluma, CA ABV: 8% IBU: 102

Oskar Blues Pinner Throwback IPA: A drinkable ipa with a light body and medium carbonation. Pours a light gold with a tropical fruit aroma. Longmont, CO ABV: 4.9% IBU: 35

Rogue Farms 7 Hop IPA: This IPA uses Rogue’s secret recipe that is brewed with 7 hops grown on the Rogue farm. It has tastes of firm bitterness with a slight sharpness that pours s golden amber color. Petaluma, CA ABV: 6.2% IBU: 90

Speak Easy Big Daddy IPA: Boldly hopped and strikes a perfect balance between caramel maltiness and its aggressive hopping. It’s not lightweight, tipping the scales with a huge hop flavor and a dry, clean finish that leaves the scene without a trace. San Francisco, CA ABV: 6.5% IBU: 55

Stone IPA: The beer has a very clean straight forward flavor, with big bold bitterness and some earthy notes. The beer is light bodied and the finish is quite dry, quaffable and pleasantly warming. Escondido, CA ABV: 6.9% IBU: 77

Squatters Hop Rising Double IPA: Pours a hazy orange color with strong citrus aroma. Strong hops flavors, but not overly bitter. Salt Lake City, UT ABV: 9% IBU: 72

Tenaya Creek Hop Ride IPA: A dry hopped IPA with a big citrus and spicy aroma. High in bitterness and maltiness, being brewed with four different malts. Las Vegas, NV ABV: 7.2% IBU: 80

Wasatch GhostRider White IPA: Pours a hazy pale golden color. Lighter in hops with a very well balances taste of citrus and malt. Park City, UT ABV: 6% IBU: 45



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Anchor Steam: California Common This amber ale has a creamy head with a fresh, hoppy aroma and a hint of caramel. On the palate it is quite light and refreshing. It has a fruity mid-palate and a clean, dry finish with a bit of bite. San Francisco, CA ABV: 4.9%

Bud Light: Light Lager Introduced nationally in 1982 as “Budweiser Light,” Bud Light is a pale lager with 110 calories. St. Louis, MO ABV: 4.2%

Coors Light: Light Lager Clear, yellow, light lager with an average, frothy, lacing white head. Light to moderately sweet, bitter flavor with anaverage to short duration. Texture is watery and carbonation is soft. Golden, CO ABV: 4.2%

Dos Equis Special Lager: Pale Lager This is a crisp, refreshing, light-bodied malt-flavored beer with a well-balanced finish. A beverage made from pure spring water and the choicest hops. Mexico ABV: 4.3%

Estrella Damm: Pale Lager The best selling beer in Barcelona – holding a 75% share. It represents a pale-lager style with exceptional flavor and drinkability. It was a two-time Gold Medal winner at the World Beer Championships. Spain ABV: 5.4%

Fosters: Pale Lager Australia’s original, full strength lager. Its signature full malt character on the mid palate blends well with a crisp, clean hop finish. Australia ABV: 4.9%

Harp: Pale Lager This classic lager has a pleasant, buttery sweet aroma. Crisp and Dry with a remarkably smooth finish. It is Northern Ireland’s number one lager. Ireland ABV: 5%

Heineken: Pale Lager A lager with a mildly bitter taste, fresh, fruity aroma, bright color and exceptional clarity are obtained using only the purest water, hops and barley malt. Netherlands ABV: 5%

Labbatt Blue: Pale Lager The richness of the malt blend delivers a smooth full- bodied taste. You’ll discover a hint of mocha within the complex roasted matl flavors. Canada ABV: 5%

M Lager: Pale Lager A light American lager that pours a golden yellow with a sweet corn arona and light body. Milwaukee, WI ABV: 4.7%

Michelob Ultra: Light Lager Light-golden in color with subtle notes of citrus. This low-carb American style light lager is made from Munich malts and European select hops giving it a clean, refreshing body and finish. St. Louis, MO ABV: 4.2%

Miller Lite: Light Lager The original low calorie beer, with 96 calories per 12oz serving. Triple hops brewed for great pilsner taste. Milwaukee, WI ABV: 4.2%

Negra Modelo: Vienna Lager The rich malts used to give this lager its unique color and flavor. Opaque black color; bursting flavors of coffee and dark chocolate; the creamy head finishes bittersweet. Mexico ABV: 5.4%

New Belgium 1554 Black Lager: Euro Dark Lager Warm fermented (ale style) with lager yeast and loaded with chocolate malt. A highly quaffable Belgian dark lager with a moderate body and mouth feel. Fort Collins, CO ABV: 5.6%

Pabst Blue Ribbon: Pale Lager Also known as “PBR”, this American adjunct lager has a clear, pale-gold body, is light and fizzy and finishes with a dusting of malts and hops. Los Angeles, CA ABV: 4.7%

Peroni: Pale Lager The number one lager brand in Italy and has been for over one and a half centuries. The taste is slightly bitter, yet it is a refreshing smooth lager. Italy ABV: 5.1%

Samuel Adams Boston Lager: Vienna Lager Malty, slightly sweet flavors with a spicy, hoppy undertone. A taste and aroma characterized by the prominent flavors of both the malt and the hops. Boston, MA ABV:4.9%

Sapporo: Japanese Rice Lager Pours a golden color; medium body, brewed with rice, corn, and wheat. Japan ABV: 5%

Sin City Amber: Marzen/Oktoberfest This amber hued lager may be an Oktoberfest-style beer, but it is available to be enjoyed year round. It is a robust micro-brewed lager made with imported German Hallertauer hops. Las Vegas, NV ABV: 5.7%

Spaten Lager: Pale Lager Pours a gold color with a well-balanced hop flavor. The full rounded body is a superb balance between hops and a malty sweetness. Germany ABV: 5.2%

Stella Artois: Pale Lager Smooth on the palate, light in body, with a crisp carbonated bite. Overall the flavor is on the sweeter side, slightly fruity, but balanced well by a delicate, sharp hop bitterness and dryness. The Euro pale lager works best served cold, as a little sourness develops in the finish as it warms. Belgium ABV: 5.2%

Warsteiner Dunkel: Dunkel Lager A very dark brown lager with a thin white head that quickly fades to a collar around the surface of the beer. Nuts, coffee and malt can be detected. It is exceptionally smooth and highly drinkable. Germany ABV: 4.9%



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Pilsner Urquell: The flavor begins with an intense taste of hops blended with the malty sweetness of the barley producing a harmonious bitterness and creamy body. Aroma is of sweet honeysuckle. Czech Republic ABV: 4%.

Warsteiner Premium Verum: Noble hop-filled aroma, with some grassiness and malty grain. The malt starts at the front of the mouth, with some sweet sparkling notes in the middle, rounded off with a good bitterness at the back. There’s a good lingering aftertaste matching the aroma. This is an excellent warm-day drink. Germany ABV: 4.8%



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Deschutes Black Butte Porter: Appears black in the glass with a fluffy tan head. The aroma has parts of chocolate with a rich, distinct flavor. Bend, OR ABV: 5.2%

Wasatch Polygamy Porter: Dark brown in color, this porter is poured from nitro, giving it a thick creamy body. Tastes of roasted malts with a slight nuttiness. Park City, UT ABV: 4%



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Pitcher Sam Adams Selection: Please ask your server for details.

Utah Brewers Co: Please ask your server for details



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Green Flash Double Stout: Imperial Stout Pours a dark black with a satin smooth finish. Heavy body with bold tastes of dark chocolate, toasted malts, and slight sweet hop bitterness. San Diego, CA ABV: 8.8%

Guinness Draught: Irish Dry Stout It pours a very dark amber that is almost black, with a coffee-colored head. The nose is biscuity rather than very dark and malty, with a nice hoppy edge. On the palate it is smooth and creamy-textured. Ireland ABV: 4.2%

MOA Imperial Stout: Imperial Stout This stout is very strong, upfront and rich offering of this famous Moa style. Aged in oak Pinot Noir barrels, this beer not only displays coffee and mocha characters but also some sweet and savory notes unique to MOA Imperial.New Zealand ABV: 10.2%

Ninkasi Vanilla Oatis: Oatmeal Stout A creamy smooth stout with a rich roasted vanilla front. Brewed with just enough hops to balance the malt sweetness. Eugene, OR ABV: 7%

Young’s Double Chocolate Stout: Sweet Stout A distinctive chocolate flavor with a smooth and velvety finish. Made with a combination of elect malts, barleys hops, sugars and two chocolates. United Kingdom ABV: 5.2%



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Blanche De Bruxelles: Witbier A specialty of the farm-breweries of old Brabant. The master brewers use their very best crops to make this beer. Blanche de Bruxelles owes its natural cloudiness to the large percentage of wheat that goes into its composition. It has the natural spice aromas of coriander. Belgium ABV: 4.5%

Blue Moon: Witbier This ale has a deliciously hoppy body and a crisp bite on the tongue. The nose is of lemon rinds, and the tasting follows through with a light citrus flavor that refreshes the palate and has a clear finish. Golden, CO ABV: 5.4%

Franziskaner Weissbier: Hefeweizen It is noted for its agreeable level of carbonation and its natural cloudiness. It is brewed from wheat malt, barley malt, hops, top-fermenting yeast and water according to a time-honored Bavarian recipe. Germany ABV: 5%

Hoegaarden: Witbier Subtly flavored with coriander and Curacao, it pours in a swirling cloud of yeast with a pale yellow, almost putty color and strong white head. Belgium ABV: 4.9%

Leinenkugel’s Sunset Wheat: Witbier Brewed in small, high quality batches, features a slightly fruity and citrus character, complimented by the gentle spiciness of coriander. Brewed with malted wheat and balanced with pale barley malt, spiced with cluster hops and natural flavors. Chippewa Falls, WI ABV: 4.9%

Pyramid Hefeweizen: Hefeweizen Unfiltered for extra flavor and aroma and is handcrafted with 60% malted wheat. Seattle, WA ABV: 5.2%

Shock Top Belgian White: Witbier This uniquely-crafted witbier is unfiltered to create a brew that is naturally cloudy with a light golden color and a smooth taste, brewing spiced Belgian-style wheat ale with real orange, lemon and lime peels, and then added a little coriander spice to the mix. St. Louis, MO ABV: 5.2%

Weihenstephaner Hefe Weissbier: Hefeweizen A true classic. The color is pale orange, with notes of clove spice, banana, light caramel, and nutmeg. Germany ABV: 5.4%



Altbier: Great balance between malt and hops; medium carbonation; amber to dark brown and exceptionally smooth.

Amber Ale: Ranging from amber to dark red hues; toasted malt and light fruit characteristics; heavy focus on malts, but balanced with hops.

American Blonde Ale: Follows the German Kolsch style of brewing; pale straw color to a deep gold; subdued fruitiness; light to medium bitterness; light body.

American Pale Ale: Bitterness ranges from light to pungent; butter and fruit characteristics; generally less body and less of a caramel malt body than the English Pale ale.

Belgian Pale Ale:Colors range from pale straw to an amber hue; uses aged hops making it traditionally less bitter and balanced with sweet and toasted malts.

Bock: Deep gold to brown in color; malty rich and sweet, but not overly sweet; typically combined with tastes of toasted bread and caramel; body is medium to full.

Brown Ale: Lighter in body compared to a porter or stout; range from light to dark brown; flavors of nuttiness, toffee and caramel; roasted aromas.

California Common: Light amber to tawny color; mildly fruity and malty characteristics; medium body and assertive hopness.

Cider: Typically made from fermented juices; ranges from sweet to dry with fruity, tannic qualities and low carbonation.

Cream Ale: Brewed as an ale, but often times finished with lager yeasts;

typically light bodied with high malts and low hops.

Dunkel Lager: Fuller in body; brewed with large amounts of malts; typically smooth, rich, and complex.

English Bitter: Brewed with pale malts and more hops than the average English ale; often times have a buttery characteristic, low carbonation, and gold to copper in color.

English Brown Ale: Color ranges from reddish brown to dark brown; low hop bitterness; can be fruitier or nuttier with a sweeter finish.

English Pale Ale: Gold to copper in color; caramel-malt aroma; tastes of fruit, butter, and hops; typically lighter than an American Pale Ale.

Euro Dark Lager: Amber to medium brown in color; higher levels of malt and sweetness than a pale lager.

Fruit/Lambic: More matured brew due to the second maturation after fruit is added; malt and hop flavors are low allowing the sweetness to come through.

Hefeweizen: Brewed with wheat malts; cloudy body; normally has notes of citrus coming through.

Imperial Stout: More flavors of roasted chocolate and burnt malt than other stouts; typically higher in alcohol; very dark in color; low carbonation.

India Pale Ale (IPA): Color ranges from pale gold to amber; medium bodied; heavily hopped; higher IBUs than the standard ale.

Irish Dry Stout: Lighter body than the Imperial Stout; aromas and flavors include roasted barley, caramel, coffee, and chocolate.

Irish Red Ale: Balanced flavors of toasted malts; light to medium body; medium sweetness.

Japanese Rice Lager: Brewed with more rice than malts and barleys; light in body; dryer finish; pale gold in color.

Light Lager: Lower in calories and carbohydrates; very light body with very light malt flavors; pale gold in color.

Marzen/Oktoberfest: Golden amber to deep copper in color; traditionally brewed in the Spring; mild hop and higher malt flavors.

Oatmeal Stout: Medium to full bodied with a sweet smooth finish.

Pale Lager: Often times brewed with high amounts of rice or corn, but in some cases is an all-malt brew; body is thin; color ranges from light bronze to a light copper.

Pilsner/Pilsener: Brewed with mostly pils malts; fluffy white head, pale gold in color; body is light to medium.

Porter: Range from light brown to very dark, almost black in color; brewed with smoked malts; typically less roasted to burnt than a stout.

Scotch Ale: Strong ale that goes through a long boil in the kettle for a caramelization of the wort; often times has a low bitterness.

Strong Ale: Known for higher its abv; normally have a spice and is dark in color.

Sweet Stout: A stout with more body and sweetness; larger amounts of unfermented sugars.

Tripel/Triple: Bright yellow to gold in color; dense creamy head; three times the amount of malt than a standard Trappist brew; use of pale malts and higher alcohol gives off a bigger sweetness.

Vienna Lager: Reddish brown or copper in color; medium body; hop aroma and flavors are low; clean and crisp with a malty sweetness.

Witbier: A Belgian Style ale has a very cloud body; unfiltered with high levels of wheat; always spiced.

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