Currently On Tap

TAP
#
GRAVITY
COLOR
BALANCE
BITTERNESS
BEER NAME   &   STYLE
TASTING NOTES
CALORIES
ALCOHOL
Living Room
1

1.050 OG

8.0 SRM

0.72 BU:GU

36 IBU

Belgian Pale Ale

Belgian Pale Ale

A moderately malty, somewhat fruity, easy-drinking, copper-colored Belgian ale that is somewhat less aggressive in flavor profile than many other Belgian beers. The malt character tends to be a bit biscuity with light toasty, honey-like, or caramelly components; the fruit character is noticeable and complementary to the malt. The bitterness level is generally moderate, but may not seem as high due to the flavorful malt profile.

165 kCal

5.2% ABV

2

1.052 OG

5.0 SRM

0.46 BU:GU

24 IBU

Saison

Saison

Most commonly, a pale, refreshing, highly-attenuated, moderately-bitter, moderate-strength Belgian ale with a very dry finish. Typically highly carbonated, and using non-barley cereal grains and optional spices for complexity, as complements the expressive yeast character that is fruity, spicy, and not overly phenolic. Less common variations include both lower-alcohol and higher-alcohol products, as well as darker versions with additional malt character.

169 kCal

6.3% ABV

Den
3

1.040 OG

35.0 SRM

0.00 BU:GU

0 IBU

Root Beer

Non-beer: Soda

146 kCal

0.0% ABV

4

1.057 OG

39.0 SRM

0.53 BU:GU

30 IBU

Porter

English Porter

A moderate-strength brown beer with a restrained roasty character and bitterness. May have a range of roasted flavors, generally without burnt qualities, and often has a chocolate-caramel-malty profile.

191 kCal

5.6% ABV

Conditioning
5

1.070 OG

6.0 SRM

0.31 BU:GU

22 IBU

Belgian Blond

Belgian Blond Ale

A moderate-strength golden ale that has a subtle fruity-spicy Belgian yeast complexity, slightly malty-sweet flavor, and dry finish.

235 kCal

7.9% ABV

6

1.061 OG

17.0 SRM

0.33 BU:GU

20 IBU

Belgian Dubbel

Belgian Dubbel

A deep reddish-copper, moderately strong, malty, complex Trappist ale with rich malty flavors, dark or dried fruit esters, and light alcohol blended together in a malty presentation that still finishes fairly dry.

202 kCal

7.1% ABV

7

1.063 OG

22.0 SRM

0.32 BU:GU

20 IBU

Scottish 80/-

Scottish Export

A malt-focused, generally caramelly beer with perhaps a few esters and occasionally a butterscotch aftertaste. Hops only to balance and support the malt. The malt character can range from dry and grainy to rich, toasty, and caramelly, but is never roasty and especially never has a peat smoke character.

216 kCal

5.4% ABV

8

1.047 OG

17.0 SRM

0.77 BU:GU

36 IBU

Altbier

Altbier

A well-balanced, well-attenuated, bitter yet malty, clean, and smooth, amber- to copper-colored German beer. The bitterness is balanced by the malt richness, but the malt intensity and character can range from moderate to high (the bitterness increases with the malt richness).

155 kCal

4.8% ABV