Woodrows NYC
Blue Moon Belgian White
"It started with our brewmaster, Keith Villa, wanting to craft a beer inspired by the flavorful Belgian Wits he enjoyed while studying brewing in Belgium. He brewed his interpretation using Valencia orange peel versus the traditional tart Curaçe;ao orange peel, for a subtle sweetness. Then he added oats and wheat to create a smooth, creamy finish that's inviting to the palate. As a final touch, he garnished the beer with an orange slice to heighten the citrus aroma and taste. Its natural unfiltered appearance adds to the depth of flavors in Belgian White." bluemoonbrewingcompany.com
Blue Point Toasted Lager
Bluepoint has the following to say about their flagship brew: The best thing to come out of a brick oven since pizza. Well, we’ve upgraded from our original direct-fire brick kettle, but our flagship Toasted Lager still has the same toasted flavor it was named for. Copper in color, our most popular and unique brew is made from six different malts, including English Pale, Crystal, Munich, Carapils, Wheat, and Belgian Caravienna. Toasted Lager’s balanced flavor of malt and hops makes for easy drinking and the special lager yeast we use produces an exceptional, long-lasting smooth finish.
Bronx Pale Ale
Another NYC beer, with it's very own borough's character. Let the brewers describe it: "This deep amber, American-style pale ale is brewed with five different barley malts, generous additions of Cascade and Centennial hops, and a unique strain of yeast. The British, German and American malts used provide a blend of caramel, biscuit, and nutty malt flavors. The hops provide a gentle, pleasant bitterness with an intense floral and citrus aroma. It is dry-hopped, unfiltered and unpasteurized."
Brooklyn Lager
Brooklyn Brewery's flagship label, the Brooklyn Lager is New York's "hometown" beer, brewed to a pre-Prohibition recipe that dates back to the days when Brooklyn was the brewing capital of the East Coast.
Bud Light
Bud Light is brewed using a blend of hop varieties, both American and imported, and a combination of barley malts and rice. Its refreshing flavor makes it world wide favorite.
Delirium Tremens
Three different kinds of yeast produce the particular character and the unique taste of "Delirium Tremens" In 1997, Stuart A. Kallen nominated Delirium Tremens as "best beer in the world". And as Jack almost always says, Delirium Tremens is produced by Huyghe Brewery in Melle, Belgium.
Founders Solid Gold Premium Lager
Our brewery was built on an attitude of no regrets. An attitude of taking risks to bring the best beer possible to our fellow renegades and rebels. Never brewing to style, but always brewing what we want to drink. Our take on a classic, Solid Gold is a drinkable premium lager brewed with the highest quality ingredients. Challenging what a lager can be? That's something we won't regret. foundersbrewing.com
Goose Island Oktoberfest
"Brewed in the traditional Märzen style our Oktoberfest poors a brilliant copper over rose color with a bone white head. Notes of toffee and burnt sugar in the aroma and flavors of sweet dried apricots are delivered in a dry malty body with the mild earthy bitterness that is the hallmark of Hallertau hop" gooseisland.com
Guinness
This dry stout from Dublin, Ireland launched in 1961 is pasteurised with nitrogen and carbon dioxide. Its ingredients are pale ale malt, flaked barley, roasted barley, several hop varieties and flocculent head-forming ale yeast.
Harpoon IPA
Harpoon's India Pale Ale is filtered and force carbonated. It is brewed with water, three malts, including a 2-row pale, Northwest Cascade hops, and yeast. This copper colored ale is floral, medium bodied, with a crisp, refreshing finish.
Heineken
Made with 3 ingredients
And they're all natural.
Barley, Hops and water.
Yeast is an important part of the brewing process, but it's not an ingredient! Our natural A-Yeast produces a fruity flavor that is key in making the Heineken you know and love, and is filtered out after fermentation. heineken.com
Hofbräu Münchner Weisse
Hofbrau Hefe
Tangy-tingling refreshment Sun on your skin and best friends at your side: A cool Hofbräu Münchner Weisse - the crowning glory for a perfect afternoon, Munich style! Because wherever friends get together in Munich: in the city, in the park, in the beer garden or on the patio, this subtly yeasty and tangy sparkling beer can't be missing. hofbraeu-muenchen.de
Lagunitas IPA
"Lagunitas IPA was our first seasonal way back in 1995. The recipe was formulated with malt and hops working together to balance it all out on your ‘buds so you can knock back more than one without wearing yourself out. Big on the aroma with a hoppy-sweet finish that’ll leave you wantin’ another sip."
Lionshead Stegmaier IPA
In Pennsylvania Lionshead brews this IPA with an Attitude! It has an assertive hop presence and a strong malt backbone. Clearly a hop lover's favorite.
Magic Hat #9
Magic Hat #9 is cloaked in secrecy. We know it is an ale whose unusual palate will leave more questions than it answers. It is brewed clandestinely and given a name whose meaning is never revealed. Why a hat and why #9? Why, indeed. A sort of dry, crisp, fruity, refreshing, not-quite pale ale.
Magners
A delicious apple cider imported from Tipperary, Ireland: "We love making cider, but we reckon there's only one way to do it properly. That's why we're still taking inspiration from the historic methods we used when we started making cider in 1935. That's part of the Magners taste."
Miller Lite
Know everything about your Miller Lite? Also that it won the Best American-Style Lager or Light Lager at the 2010 Great American Beer Festival?
Narragansett Lager
This Lager is old reliable. It was the first beer brewed by “The Original Six” back in 1890, the bestselling beer in New England from the 1930s to the 1970s, and the official beer of the Boston Red Sox from 1944-1975.
Samuel Adams Boston Lager
Sam Adam's flagship brew. Just six week after starting the brewery, this beer won the "Best Beer in America" award at the Great American Beer Festival. For a company of three people this was quite an achievement.
Shipyard Monkey Fist IPA
Shipyard's next generation IPA with elements of a classic English IPA and American craft beer innovation. It is edgy, aggressive and unique in style. Monkey Fist: a knot tied at the end of a sailor's rope to serve as a weight and make it easier to throw
Sixpoint Sweet Action
Sixpoint describes this beer as the original Sixpoint style, hard to define, but perhaps that's why people love it. Part pale ale, part wheat, part cream ale - all Sweet Action.
Smithwick's
Smithwick's is Ireland's number one ale. Its exceptional taste, distinctive colour and purity of ingredients make it unique. Smithwick's is produced using the finest hops and special roasted, malted barley. And don't dare to get caught prounoucing it anything but smithiks!
Stella
Stella Artois is a golden colored classic Belgian lager known for its stellar clarity with its own snappy hop character. It is brewed using only exceptional natural ingredients: water, barley malt, hops, non-malted grains and Stella Artois' exclusive yeast strain - a well guarded secret that has been kept throughout the years.
Yuengling Lager
Yuengling Traditional Lager is known for its rich amber color and medium-bodied flavor. Brewed with roasted caramel malt for a subtle sweetness and a combination of cluster and cascade hops, this original beer promises a well balanced taste with very distinct character. The brewery D.G. Yuengling & Son was established in 1829 and is the oldest operating brewery in the United States.
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And our downstairs collection:
Dundee's Honey Brown Lager
Dundee has been brewing this lager for 20 years now and they are still mighty proud of it. It is still brewed with the same premium barley, hops and Manitoba White Clover Honey. "A delicious golden amber color, it's a beer you can drink throughout the night while staying true to yourself and your evolving palate."
Harpoon IPA
Harpoon's India Pale Ale is filtered and force carbonated. It is brewed with water, three malts, including a 2-row pale, Northwest Cascade hops, and yeast. This copper colored ale is floral, medium bodied, with a crisp, refreshing finish.
Murphy's Irish Stout
Murphy's Stout is brewed with pale and chocolate malts and roasted barley which are crushed and then mixed with hot water in the mash tun. While the mixture is stirred the starch converts to sugars. Then the used grains are filtered off and the liquid is boiled in a copper tun. Hops are added during the boiling and later removed from the brew in a whirlpool. After cooling Murphy's yeast is added and the fermentation begins. Once the stout is matured (which can take up to 10 days) CO2 and Nitrogen levels are adjusted and the beer is shipped (also to Woodrow's). The drinking is up to you.
Shock Top Belgian White
A Belgian-style wheet ale, introduced in 2006. When this beer entered in the Spring Heat Spiced Wheat category, Shock Top won gold and bronze medals in the 2006 and 2007 American Beer Awards. It is brewed with wheat malt, two-row barley, orange, lemon and lime peel, coriander and Cascade and Williamette hops.
Stella
Stella Artois is a golden colored classic Belgian lager known for its stellar clarity with its own snappy hop character. It is brewed using only exceptional natural ingredients: water, barley malt, hops, non-malted grains and Stella Artois' exclusive yeast strain - a well guarded secret that has been kept throughout the years.
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In the -wait-for-it- queue
Hofbräu Oktoberfest
The waitress is carrying ten liters and she still has a smile on her face. Celebrating, singing, swaying - Prost! The Hofbräu tent at the Oktoberfest is known for its lively atmosphere. Here is where the world comes to celebrate. Down Under in Lederhosen. Of course, the most popular folk festival in the world wouldn't be complete without a very special beer: Hofbräu Oktoberfest beer is a full-bodied, bottom-fermented specialty beer. With its fine hoppy aroma, it's perfect alongside a classic Oktoberfest roasted chicken. hofbraeu-muenchen.de
Radeberger Pilsner
Radeberger Pilsner has preserved its TOP Ten rating in German Premium Beers for a long while. It was brewed in the Radeberger Exportbierbrauerei since its inception in 1872 and notably enjoyed by Germany's first Chancellor Fürst Otto von Bismarck about 100 years ago.