~ Beers on Draught ~
Boneyard Brewing – RPM IPA – Bend ,OR
This beer should break the hop tachometer! Pale in color with pineapple and citrus notes exploding from the glass. Boiled and dry hopped using four northwest hop varieties. 7.5% ABV
Hefeweizen – Widmer, Portland, OR
A mild, golden, unfiltered wheat beer. A heavily yeasted beer with a cloudy hue and a lightly citrusy flavor.
Black Butte Porter – Deschutes, Bend, OR
Dark, rich and smooth. Black Butte has set a standard that we have come to expect from a Northwest porter.
Ice Axe IPA – Mt Hood, Government Camp, OR
An assertively hopped beer that is both rich and satisfying.
Younger’s Special Bitter – Rogue, Newport, OR
A collaboration between Rogue and Don Younger, YSB is a classic English style special bitter. Characterized by a balance of maltiness, fruitiness, and hop bitterness.
Black Cherry Stout – Walking Man, Stevenson, WA
A rich, roasted, smooth American style Stout. A perfect combination of dark chocolate and cherry.
Blue Dot IPA – Hair of the Dog, Portland, OR
An unfiltered, double IPA that expertly combines hoppy bitterness and sweet, floral fruitiness.
Fred Strong Ale – Hair of the Dog, Portland, OR
Named for writer and historian Fred Eckhardt. This ale incorporated ten hop varieties from five different countries. A truly unique flavor balance.
Old Rasputin Imperial Stout – North Coast, Fort Bragg, CA
Brewed in the tradition of 19th century English brewers, it’s a rich intense beer with big, complex flavors and a warming finish.
9% ABV 75 IBU
Hazelnut Brown Ale – Rogue, Newport, OR
Rogue adds a hazelnut twist to an English style brown ale. It is rich and nutty with a malty finish.
Bass Pale Ale – Bass Brewing, England
Brewed since 1777, English hops give it an earthy, fruitiness and malts give it a light, cracker-like flavor.
Double Chocolate Stout – Young’s, England
Thick and rich with never ending layers of chocolate, malt and coffee flavors.
Guinness Stout – Guinness-Ireland
An Irish Stout, not as sweet as English or American Stouts. Its dry, smooth, malt flavor is a tradition.
Brown Ale – Newcastle, England
A smooth, slightly nutty ale. Never bitter and very easy to drink.
Old Speckled Hen – Morland, England
A wonderful, warm flavor, bursting with body. Malt and toffee flavors combine with a mild bitterness.
Cider – Blackthorn Premium, England
Crisp and slightly sweet apple goodness. Low carbonation with a refreshing almost tart finish.