What's On Tap
Bring in your growler for beer, wine and nitro cold brew coffee fills! We offer 64 oz, 32 oz and 16 oz growler fills.
Last updated 9/20/2017
Beer on Tap
Devil's Backbone/10 Barrel Glitter Bomb - The first thing that came to my mind when I took a sip of this beer was "Dang, that is lovingly effervescent." With just a bit of tartness, complimented by mild fruity notes from muscat grape juice & Hallertau Blanc hops, this is a ridiculously easy and well balanced sour beer -- almost like a Berliner Weisse. Plus, how can you say "no" to a beer named "Glitter Bomb"?
Solace Serenity Now - Lloyd Braun will agree, this IPA from Solace will make you the master of your domain. This 6% IPA is dosed with a healthy share of lemon drop hops. It pours slightly hazy but has a clean finish. Frank Costanza thinks it is the perfect beer while selling computers, George prefers it after a hard days work at Vandelay Industry after importing/exporting latex. No matter who you are you'll be shouting SERENITY NOW! after a growler of this one.
Fair Winds Masthead Mosaic - As homebrewers, we nerd-out whenever we taste a single-hopped beer, especially one that is packed with Mosaic. Time to find out if you're a true Mosaic hop head with Mosaic Masthead IPA. Tangerine and papaya play well with the subtle caramel notes of the malt base. Yep, I love Mosaic hops - I bet you do too.
Firestone Walker Luponic 007 - Forget the dry Martini, The James Bond of 2017 enjoys a nice IPA instead. This is the seventh variation that Firestone has done with the Luponic series. They decided to go back Down Under and use all Australian hops in this 5.9% IPA. It's bright,citrusy, hoppy and great for any car chase.
Pale Fire Sweet Nuthin - Yep, I love malty beers and nothing makes me warm up inside more than a big roasty porter with hints of malty sweetness. This beer is perfect for the firepit - think flannel shirt (forget that it's 80 degrees out there!) while drinking a beer with hints of cocoa and smoke. I'm definitely taking a growler home of this one tonight.
Old Ox Oxtober Bier - Fall is upon us and with it the ceremonial deluge of Oktoberfest beers. Malty and sweet, Oxtober Bier brings hints of honey, pepper, and a little lemon zest paired with a bready body. If you're looking for an Oktoberfest with a little pizazz, definitely fill your growler with Old Ox's take on the classic German style.
Crooked Run Saving Light - A crazy classic saison from Crooked Run that's as easy as you'd think. This one is farmhouse all the way, with that just touch of funk from the yeast, a light and spicy hop presence (here, Czech Saaz and Hallertau Blanc) and a nice dry finish. Saison means season in French and this is a beer built for all seasons.
Parkway Peach Cobbler Ale - A peach snickerdoodle in a glass! This beer proves yet again that I do like having peaches in my beer. This is a nice 5.9% easy bodied ale that smells beautifully of cinnamon and peaches. Yes, it tastes like dessert, but not in that heavy, thick kind of way that a lot of dessert beers tend to lean. This is what I want to be sipping on at the end of every meal this week.
Sixpoint Kold Schauer - Not going to lie, I really appreciate the spelling on this beer - a nod to the German roots of the Kolsch and also a great hangover reference. The Kold Schauer is clean and refreshing with that low bitterness and easy drinking that is classic for kolsches (is that how you spell kolsches? kolschs? k0lschi?) The Kold Schauer has a unique hop presence though with a Huell Melon dry hop, so it has a great melon aroma to top it all off.
Wine on Tap (Yes, you read that right!)
Gotham Sabine Rose - Oh yeah, draft rose is back for one more go! Classic French rose - dry, refreshing, and perfectly balanced. Grab your growler before it's gone for the season!
Gotham Project El Rede Malbec - Nothing like a Malbec to bring on Fall! Straight from the heart of Mendoza, Argentine and harvested from 90 year old vines, El Rede is old world meets new world -- dark chocolate and coffee notes meet ripe red fruits. Talk about the ultimate crowd pleaser.
Nitro Cold Brew Coffee
Alchemist Coffee Company Antithesis - If you've never had nitro cold brew coffee, you are in for a treat! Served cold without ice, nitro cold brew is creamy (just like a Guinness!) with a little natural sweetness. Refreshing and perfect for your afternoon coffee fix. We're pleased to start with serving Antithesis -- brewed by Alchemist Coffee Company out of Alexandria with beans roasted by Ceremony Coffee Roasters out of Annapolis. Brewed using dry roasted coffee from Brazil, Antithesis has notes of dried fruit and toasted nut.