Last Update: Tuesday May 21st, 2013
Come by The Liquor Store & Wine Loft and fill up a growler of cold beer today.
- Growlers offer one of the best beer values in the store. Almost a 6-pack of beer for $6.99 (Premium beers are $11.99 per fill)
- Growler Punch Cards: Buy 9 get the 10th free.
- Keep the glass out of your trash and recycle bin
- Flavors change up regularly and the beer’s always fresh
- Some local beers are only available on draft
Discombobulator is a German Maibock lager brewed for the month of ”Mai”. Bocks are strong beers and traditionally have names ending in “-ator”. Our Discombobulator Maibock is a “helles” or light-colored bock. Always a crowd-pleaser in the brewpub but you have to be here in May to experience the phenomenon that is Discombobulator! Discombobulator is a signature beer of Will Gilson.
Way smooth and silky with a nice wheaty-esque-ish-ness. Just the little sumpin’ sumpin’ we all need to kick Summer into full swing
Our Oud Bruin is firmly in the East Flanders tradition. We used American 2-row barley and German melanoidin malt (for red color) as well as maize (to lighten the body). The wort was simmered in the kettle for 24 hours and then hopped lightly with English Kent Goldings for balance.
We fermented with a Flemish blend of yeast and bacteria cultures, including lactobacillus, pediococcus, and brettanomyces. It took six months at cellar temperature for the culture to achieve the style’s characteristic quenching sourness. Finally, we bottle-conditioned the beer according to the “methode champenoise,” so it, too, can be laid down, to be brought out when it can be truly enjoyed.
Porter was first brewed in London, England in the early 1700’s. At the time two basic beers existed: a light and a dark. The dark was more expensive and drinkers got into the habit of mixing the two to stretch out the premium brew. A wise brewer began making a medium dark beer to save the barkeeps from having to mix at the taps. The beer was named after its biggest fans: the porters handling baggage at the local train stations. This brown porter is deep ruby in color and transluscent.
ew Belgium employee-owners work in shifts to brew to life world-class beers. Those efforts are rewarded daily with a shared end-of-shift beer. We’re passing that welcomed occasion onto beer drinkers in this Shift Pale Lager. Think American pale ale meets American lager. It’s easy to drink, crisp and congratulatory. So, clock out and crack open a Nelson Sauvin-hopped Shift Pale Lager to reward your work. Or play. Or, if you’re like us, combine the two and surround yourself with drinking buddies.
Two words describe winter in our neck of the woods… cold, dark, and snowy. Just the way we like it! At 7.2% ABV, Powder Hound Winter Ale gives just the right amount of warmth, balanced by its rich taste and generous dose of Hallertau, Palisade, and Amarillo hops. After a cold day of getting it done or just relaxing, the avalanche of flavor will have you saying these four words – “I’ll have another Powder Hound”!
Dedicated to the chocolate lover in each of us. Mocha Porter was once known as New Porter, in honor of the town of Newport, Oregon and home of Rogue Ales.
There are three different recognized styles of Bitter Ale: Ordinary Bitter, Best Bitter & Extra Special Bitter (ESB). The only noticeable difference in these styles is the level of Hop presence. Buckin’ Bitter is an Ordinary Style bitter. Brewed with crystal and caramel malted barley this beer features moderate sweetness and a noticeable hop character. Slightly bitter with a bit of floral hop aroma this is a good introduction to the more robust English ale styles we brew.
BCP is a Bohemian style pilsner along the lines of the beer from the town of Plzen, Czech Republic. Brewed with imported “floor-malted” Bohemian barley. Light and refreshing with firm hop bitterness. Belly up to our bar and ask your bartender to give you a Blank Czech. Blank Czech is a creation of Rudy Borrego.