A changing selection of craft beers from around the country
Citizen Cider “Dirty Mayor”
Middlebury, VT (5.2%)
Made from an orchard blend of apples,
this cider is light and crisp with a low residual sugar and a nip of ginger.
Portland, ME (6.1%)
A Maine interpretation of a classic Belgian farmhouse-style ale.
Notes of citrus and peppery spice with a pleasant malt character.
Full bodied with a rustic dry finish.
Jack’s Abby House Lager
Framingham, Ma (5.2)
This classic lager, crafted in the traditional Bavarian style,
has a sweet and golden flavor with a full malty body.
Burlington, VT (5%)
Developed as a flavor concept,
this unfiltered reddish-amber ale leads with hop flavors and a subtle fruit,
followed by a malty finish.
Dogfish Head Flesh & Blood IPA
Milton, DE (7.5%)
Brewed with fresh lemon, orange peel and blood orange juice,
this medium bodied IPA balances resinous hoppy characteristics
with zesty fruit and dry tartness.
Stoneface Full Clip IPA
Newington, NH (7.2%)
Dry-hopped with large amounts of American aroma hops,
this beer has a restrained bitterness with notes of citrus and slight pine.
Old Chub Scotch Ale
Longmont, CO, (8%)
Oskar Blues Brewery Scottish Ale featuring a generous amount of malted barley and grains
with a dash of beechwood smoked salt.
A must for those who love malty beers, and a try for those who aren’t so sure!
Moat Mountain Bone Shaker Brown
North Conway, NH (5.5%)
This English-style Brown Ale has a smooth malt body with balanced bitterness and a semi-dry finish
with notes of toasty grains, nuts and soft caramel.
Concord Craft Brewing Town Pound Porter
Concord, NH (5.8%)
A classic American Porter. Dark, rich, and creamy with just a hint of hops.
Left Hand Milk Stout(Nitro)
Longmont, CO (6%)
Creamy with initial roasted, mocha flavors
and a slight hop and roasted bitterness in the finish
In the bottle
Czech Republic (4.4%)
Glutenberg India Pale Ale
(gluten free) Canada (6%)
(non-alcoholic) Germany (.49%)