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Stiegl Paracelsus       7
Paracelsus Zwickel was named for the 15th Century physician, Dr.
Paracelsus, from Salzburg who was a forward thinker and visionary who
said that beer has healing powers. This unique natural beer is neither
pasteurized nor filtered, the effect of which is to leave a slight bitterness
and natural cloudiness from the yeast, minerals, and trace elements. This
is an organic beer strictly certified by the “Austrio-Bio-Guarranty.”
Stiegl, Salzburg, Austria, {Zwickel, 5% ABV}

Old Style       3
Old Style employs the traditional brewing skills of the German craftsman. Kraeusened and well carbonated, Old Style is a beer that revives the crisp rich freshness of a classic Pilsner: light in color and body, medium in aroma and bitterness, full flavored with a delicate aftertaste.
Milwaukee, WI, {Pilsner, 3.6% ABV}

On Tour Cities       7
Crisp and clean malt profile easily quenches the thirst on a hot Chicago day.
On Tour Brewing, Chicago, IL. {Mexican Lager 5% ABV}

Great Lakes Holy Moses       6
In the spirit of Moses Cleveland's thirst for discovery, this classic White Ale meets fresh, juicy raspberries to forge a pint worth planting a flag in (or an orange slice!). Refreshment or bust! Tart raspberry flavors mark our White Ale’s spicy, aromatic terrain.
Great Lakes Brewing, Cleveland, OH. {Raspberry White Ale, 6.2% ABV}

Burnt City Balloon Boy       6
Easy to drink, but hard to pin down, Balloon Boy is a refreshing Belgian-style wheat that is fun for the whole family. Subtle tart citrus up front gives way to a beautifully complex fruitiness. A wheat ale that sits well with every kind of beer drinker.
Burnt City Brewing, Chicago, IL. {Farmhouse Wheat Ale, 5% ABV}

Virtue Lapinette       8
This Norman-style cidre brut is fermented with French yeast and patiently aged for months in French oak. Lapinette offers a complex nose of both farm and barrel, with a refreshingly dry, mineral finish.
Virtue Cider, Fennville, MI. {French Brut Cider, 6.8% ABV}

One Trick Pony Spotted Saddle       7
Pale malts and flaked rye produce an APA that drinks darn near close to an IPA – you will be surprised at the Simcoe hop kick on this one.
One Trick Pony Brewery, Lansing IL. {American Pale Ale, 6.3% ABV}

Hopewell Dirt Party       6
This India Pale Lager merges a Pilsner-style malt bill with Pacifica and Huell Melon hops. Noticeably dank and fruity, followed by a crisp, clean finish.
Hopewell Brewing, Chicago, IL. {India Pale Lager, 6% ABV}

Pipeworks x L&E “Brown & Stirred”       8
Brown & Stirred, what people call for at the bar when they want some sort of riff on a Manhattan, a whiskey, with some vermouth or liqueur and bitters, mixed just right. This Pipeworks and L&E collaboration takes the riff on a Manhattan even further by brewing a beer inspired by one of our all time favorite cocktails. We put a hefty amount of Rye, and a touch of corn in the mash as a nod to the drink’s whiskey base. Angelica, Quassia, Cinchona, and Gentian are added as our “bitters” and lastly a touch of fresh cherries round out this one of a kind beer. Served over ice with a twist just like our famous Manhattan.
Pipeworks Brewing Co., Chicago, IL {Manhattan Inspired Strong Rye Ale, 10.5% ABV}

Founders Dankwood       9
What do you get when a big, bold imperial red IPA meets an oak bourbon barrel? A palate stunner that’ll send your senses spinning or, as we like to call it, Dankwood. Rich caramel notes emerge from the depths of the IPA, highlighting strong malt character while the bourbon barrel-aging develops the complexity. A dank, sticky and slightly sweet sipper, Dankwood is the perfect alchemy of wood and hops.
Founders Brewing, Grand Rapids, MI {Imperial Red IPA, 12.2% ABV}

Pipeworks x L&E Barrel-Aged "Brown & Stirred"       8
While a portion of Brown & Stirred was released to the public immediately, the rest was set aside for extra special treatment. The base beer was moved into rye whiskey barrels for aging, where it sat for approximately nine months. A few months in the cherry puree was added to mature as well. After the beer was racked from the barrels to the bright tank, our proprietary mixture of “bitters” was added. The result is a beer with a wonderfully aromatic nose of whiskey, oak, cherry, coconut, baking spice, and rye that is truly evocative of drinking the classic cocktail.
Pipeworks Brewing Co. Chicago, IL
Manhattan Inspired Strong Rye Ale. 13% ABV

Anderson Valley Summer Solstice       6
With hints of caramel in the nose and a touch of spice, this slightly sweet, malty session ale is conditioned with nitrogen to impart a smooth, creamy texture and the classic “cascading effect” leading to a silky finish. With its unique flavor profile, it has become affectionately known as “cream soda for adults."                                                                    Anderson Valley Brewing Co., Boonville, CA {Nitro Cream Ale, 5% ABV}

Lagunitas Fusion 48       6
This beer is a HUGE un-freakin'-fi ltered Oat-and-Wheat-mashed, hop-blasted Double IPA. They double dry-hopped this beast with some Loral 291, Hallertau Blanc, Citra and Galaxy hops for that extra double punch.                                                                    Lagunitas Brewing, Petaluma, CA {DIPA, 8.3%}

BFM √225 Historical Saison       12
Oh boy you stumbled upon a great one, dear reader. This 18th century Historical Saison is aged on second-run Saint Bon-Chien Oak barrels for 4-5 months. It pours golden and hazy, with notes of lemon, wheat and earthy funk on the nose. The wild yeast takes over from here producing tart, lemony notes on the palate finishing slightly dry and refreshing. The only thing not to like about this beer is there isn’t enough to go around year-long.
Brassiere des Frenches-Montagnes, Saignelégier, JU Switzerland {Saison, 5% ABV}

Pipeworks Ninja vs. Unicorn       7
Ninja vs. Unicorn celebrates the epic battle between two of the biggest hop heads of lore. Brewed with over five pounds of hops per barrel, this unfiltered double IPA is sure to please the most discerning hop lover. Whether you’re rooting for the mythical horned horse or the deadly assassin of the east, we hope you’ll enjoy Ninja vs. Unicorn.
Pipeworks Brewing Co. Chicago, IL
Double IPA, 8% ABV

Boulevard Tank 7       7
When the brewers were experimenting with variations on a traditional Belgian-style farmhouse ale, the perfect combination of elements came together in fermenter number seven. You could call it fate, but they called it Tank 7, and so it is. Beginning with a big surge of fruity aromatics and grapefruit-hoppy notes, the flavor of this complex, straw-colored ale tapers off to a peppery, dry finish.
Boulevard Brewing Co. Kansas City, MO. {Saison/Farmhouse Ale, 8.5% ABV}