Revamped Libations Menu

We are adding some amazing new drinks to our libations menu thanks to Wicked Wines out of Bangor. We are very excited to be able to provide these exciting new beer and drinks starting Wednesday 9/21.

We will be offering 3 new beers from the Kiuchi Brewery from Japan from their Hitachino Nest Beer line. These beers are very sophisticated with innovative flavors.

Red Rice Ale: Complex sake like flavors with malt sweet notes. Hints of strawberries in the nose and palate. An intriguing mix of sake, malt , and bitter notes in the finish.

Espresso Stout:

Caramel, roasted, black and chocolate malts provide an explosion of coffee like flavors. The strong espresso character comes from the addition of espresso beans to the boil. Notes of vanilla, dark fruit , cocao and chocolate. The very unusual character of Hitachino Nest Espresso Stout stems from the fact that Kiuchi Brewery is using the recipe of a Russian Imperial Stout as base. Pitch black color, big brown head. Aromas of chocolate, roasted bitterness, black currants, dark fruits.

Real Ginger Brew:A great ginger spiced beer where you can taste the spiciness without it being overwhelming. 

Hue Beer: From Hue Brewery in Vietnam. 

Q Ginger Gingerale: A superior tasting gingerale! Great straight up or in cocktails.

Kasteel Rouge: Castle Red is the fruit beer of the Castle range. Its unique dark red colour is obtained by mixing Castle brown that has been left to mature for at least 6 months with sour cherries. Kasteel Rouge is aptly named for it’s deep, dark red color brought on by the addition of sour cherries to a base of brown ale, which is then left in the barrel for a six month period. This ale will surprise many with the sour of the cherries and the 8% alcohol level.

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