Week of March 13th-19th 2017

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– AleSmith San Diego Pale Ale .394

    (Available in 6pk Cans)

– Pale Ale

– ABV: 6%  IBUs: 13 

In early 2014, Tony Gwynn’s team approached AleSmith to create a distinctive beer for the baseball legend. A meeting was called at the Gwynn household, which included a sampling of AleSmith beers to identify Tony’s preferences. He wanted the beer to be “light with a kick” which he elaborated further to mean full of hop character and light in body and color. The result of the Gwynn family’s feedback on test batches rendered a golden pale ale full of American hop flavor and aroma, with a subdued bitterness and a malty sweet finish. AleSmith San Diego Pale Ale .394 pays tribute to the city that Tony loved and the career high batting average that he achieved in ‘94. Discover what happens when a Hall of Fame perfectionist crafts a beer with a world-class brewery.

 

 

 

 

– George Killian’s Irish Red

    (Available in 6pk Bottles & On Draft)

– Amber Lager

– ABV: 4.9%   

Taste the roasted caramel and the nice bready characteristics that are complemented by a hint of coffee & chocolate. Well balanced with slight lingering citrus rind and subtle sweetness.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

– Sierra Nevada Sidecar Orange Pale Ale

    (Available in 16oz Cans)

– Pale Ale

ABV: 5.6% -IBUs: 35  

This beer has a pop of bright orange flavor that emphasizes the natural citrus-heavy character of Cascade, Equinox and Mandarina hops. Brewed with orange peel added directly to the kettle, and all the classic hop flavor you’d come to expect from our all-new take on the hop-forward fruit beer

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

– Boulevard Show Me Sour

    (Available in 6pk Bottles & On Draft)

– Barrel-Aged Sour Ale

ABV: 4.3% -IBUs: 12  

Originally brewed as a collaboration between Boulevard’s Brewmaster Steven Pauwels and Side Project Brewing owner/ brewer Cory King, Show Me Sour was inspired by their mutual admiration for low ABV, Belgian table beers. A touch of acidity, some dehusked black malts for a rich, dark color, plus a short time in whiskey barrels before being blended back with fresh beer, make for a unique and inviting beer that’s our play on a whiskey sour.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Boulevard Ginger Lemon Radler

    (Available in 6pk Cans & On Draft)

– Radler

– ABV: 4.1%      

Boulevard Ginger-Lemon Radler is a zesty, refreshing take on the tradition of mixing beer with soda or lemonade to create a light, thirst-quenching beverage ideal for warm weather. Radler (literally “cyclist,”) takes its name from active German sportsmen of a hundred years ago, but our version tastes just as good even if you do nothing more strenuous than lifting it to your lips

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Boulevard Noble Prize Imperial Pilsner

    (Available in 4pk Bottles)

– Imperial Pilsner

– ABV: 7.5%  IBUs: 32      

A starkly simple recipe combined with a painstakingly complex brewing process produce an Imperial Pilsner of subtle elegance and delicately balanced contrasts. A grain bill composed of 100% Pilsner malt makes a clear, yet restrained statement, answered by Saaz hop bitterness, echoes of which linger in the dry, crisp finish.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Full Sail Session Black Lager

    (Available in 12pk Bottles)

– Lager

– ABV: 5.4%  IBUs: 22      

Most beers this dark are so heavy-duty, you could eat them with a fork. Not Session Black. You’ve heard of tall, dark and handsome? Well, Session Black is short, dark and drinkable. With notes of roasty chocolate, it’s the perfect complement to original Session – a dark beer that doesn’t drink like a meal. Session Black was named #1 in the “Top Ten List of lagers Brewed in the United States” and has nabbed 15 golds over the years, to say nothing of other shiny metallic colors.

 

 

 

 

 

 

– Drake’s Brewing Aroma Coma

    (Available in 6pk Bottles)

– IPA

– ABV: 6.75%  IBUs: 75 

Our summer seasonal Aroma Coma India Pale Ale delivers an aromatic hop assault that lives up to its name. We start with almost all 2-row barley malt and a touch of Caramalt and Rye for body. Intense additions of American hops Citra, Cascade, Chinook, and a touch of El Dorado and Amarillo deliver huge flavors of citrus and resinous pine. Finally, a double round of dry-hopping amps up the aroma to absurd levels of hop enjoyment. Inhale. Exhale. Drink. Repeat

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

– Ballast Point Sea Rose

    (Available On Draft)

Wheat Ale

– ABV: 4%     

American Wheat Ale with Cherries & Pomegranate.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

– Dogfish Head / Victory / Stone Saison Du Buff

    (Available In 4pk Bottles & On Draft)

– Saison

ABV: 6.8%  

This saison has been infused with a herbaceous blend of Stone Farms and locally harvested sage, lemon thyme, rosemary and parsley and dry-hopped with Citra hops for a refreshing finish. First brewed in 2010, this citrusy farmhouse ale was named Saison du BUFF in tribute to the ad hoc coalition that Sam (Dogfish Head), Bill (Victory) and Greg (Stone) formed in 2003. Called Brewers United for Freedom of Flavor (BUFF), it was their way to show the beer industry that they were banding together to make room on the shelf for craft beer. Six years later this farm-to-kettle beer still boasts the use of freshly picked local herbs as well as Citra and Centennial hops to infuse crisp, savory, mouthwatering flavors.

 

 

 

 

 

– Redd’s Peach Ale

    (Available in 6pk Bottles)

– Fruit Beer

– ABV: 5%    

The newest special release from the Redd’s Limited Pick series.