Oktoberfest Finale

On Saturday October 21 from 1-6 PM, help us finish Oktoberfest with a bang! Featuring live music, outdoor games, face painting, and of course delicious Bier and food, everything you need for a great time!

TICKETS:
Click here to purchase tickets online: $20 Ticket includes 10 tasting tickets, ability to purchase $1 tasting tickets & color changing souvenir cup
➳At the Door: $30 ticket includes 10 tasting tickets, ability to purchase $1 tasting tickets & color changing souvenir cup

BEER LIST! BEER LIST! BEER LIST!

From 21st Amendment:

Brew Free! Or Die IPA (Blood Orange); 7% ABV: BREW FREE! OR DIE IPA is brewed with some serious west coast attitude. This aromatic golden IPA starts with three different hops to the nose, quickly balanced by a solid malt backbone supporting the firm bitterness. Our top selling beer at the pub, this IPA starts big and finishes clean leaving you wanting more.

From Ace Cider:

Pumpkin; 5% ABV: First produced in the fall of 2010 our Ace Pumpkin Cider is a seasonal favorite. Its unique orange color and full rich flavor will leave you craving more. This seasonal Cider is released after Labor Day and available throughout fall. Ace Pumpkin is perfect for the pumpkin lover that just can’t get enough. Ideal for Halloween and Thanksgiving this cider pairs well with or beef. Our pumpkin cider also makes a great snakebite when mixed with a heavy lager.

From Alesatian:

Hop Sneeze Gen 2 IPA; 7% ABV: Intense citrus and tropical fruit aromatics blend well with the light malty sweetness. Cheers to Hunter!

Sista From Anotha Mista; 7.3% ABV: Using Australian Ella, half-sister of better known Galaxy, this IPA creates a huge bouquet of floral and tropical notes, with a dry and crisp finish, leaving more to be desired.

320 Citra Wheat; 5.5% ABV: Light, crisp, and refreshing with floral notes of grapefruit this traditional German wheat recipe with an American spin consisting of loads of Citra hops!

From Anderson Valley:

Blood Orange Gose; 4.2% ABV: Our Blood Orange Gose is a tart, refreshing wheat ale that is kettle-soured with lactobacillus and brewed with sea salt and coriander. However, unlike traditional versions of the style, ours features liberal additions of blood oranges during fermentation. This imparts tangy citrus notes that complement the champagne-like flavors, creating a complex and sessionable ale perfect for any occasion.

From Avery Brewing:

The Real Peel IPA; 6.3% ABV: Inspired by a summer’s day and crafted to crush year-round, our IPA twists real tangerine peel and citrusy hops into this juicy experience. It’s the real deal!

From Charm City Meadworks:

Basil Lemongrass Cider; 6.9% ABV: Balancing fresh herbs and subtle honey, nothing says delicious better than this signature infused mead. Grab a can and enjoy the finer things.

From Caboose Brewing:

Vienna Lager; 5.3% ABV: Gold Medal Virginia Craft Brewers Cup 2017, Traditional Vienna Style Lager, Medium Body, Crisp Finish, Well Balanced, Easy Drinking

Fog IPA; 7% ABV: Icy Hop Character, Juicy Mouthfeel, Citrus Notes, Hazy

From DC Brau:

Oktoberfest; 5.5% ABV: DC Brau’s Oktoberfest has a classic light amber to copper hue that is topped with intense German malt aromas of toasty bread, light caramel and faint biscuit. It’s supported by a traditionally light Noble hop aroma that complements the rich malty notes. The mouthfeel is smooth and creamy with a medium body that gives it a pleasing richness. The hops perfectly compliment the dominant malt character to form a very refreshing Oktoberfestbier that can be enjoyed all thru the fall months.

On the Wings of Armageddon; 9.2% ABV: OTWOA is a single hop beer utilizing Falconers Flight. Brewed with just enough Pale malt, Cara-60, CaraPils and Malted wheat to carry the intense hop character onto the pallet. At first glance, it has an orange hue in the glass with a viscous, rocky head that refuses to dissipate. Upon first sniff there are dominant aromas of citrus, white grapes and grapefruit with light bread and biscuit notes. After the first sip we taste a mellow bitterness that only grows as more is consumed. Moderately carbonated, deceptively smooth, refreshingly dry and extremely heady for a beer at 9.2% ABV. OTWOA exhibits all the necessary traits to be revered as a world class Imperial IPA.

From De Brabandere:

Wittekerke; 5% ABV: Charms you with its own character, smooth taste and a unique delicious aroma. A very pleasant drink, light in alcohol with a crisp and refreshing flavor. WITTEKERKE is always served cold, but in taking your time to enjoy it, you will find more flowery and spring flavors towards the end of your glass. Although the hoppy bitterness is an underlying taste, it is never dominant. Perfect white head.

From Epic Brewing:

Tart and Juicy Sour IPA; 4.7% ABV: We’ve combined the clean, puckering tartness of kettle souring with an abundance of juicy, citrus-driven hops to create a beer that’s the best of both worlds – Tart n’ Juicy Sour® IPA.

From Erdinger:

Dunkel; 5.3% ABV: Carefully selected dark malts with delicate roasting aromas give ERDINGER Dunkel its full-bodied flavor and strong character. This elegant wheat beer has a lustrous, deep dark-brown appearance in the glass. The first sip reveals a harmonious symphony of carefully selected wheat and barley malts with exquisite Hallertau aroma hops. The taste buds detect hints of caramel, nuts and fresh bread. An unmistakable top-fermenting accent is provided by ERDINGER’s traditional yeast.

From Escutcheon Brewing:

Slip Angle New England IPA; 7% ABV: This hazy American IPA is generously hopped to produce a juicy hop aroma. Hops include Warrior, Simcoe, Citra, Mosaic and Hull Melon.

 

From Great Lakes Brewing:

Steady Rollin Session IPA; 4.8% ABV: Inspired by the Great Lakes region (our big backyard), our single hop Session IPA is brewed for days when you can only guess the time based on where the sun sits in the sky.

From Hofbrauhaus:

Hofbrau Munchen Dunkel; 5.5% ABV: Dark beer existed in Bavaria long before light beer. This was the first type of beer to be brewed at Hofbräuhaus when it was founded. Today, when beer-lovers all over the world talk about dark beer, they usually mean a Munich style beer. Today, Hofbräu Dunkel – the archetypal Bavarian beer – is still as popular as ever. With its alcoholic content of around 5.5% volume and its spicy taste, it’s a refreshing beer that suits all kinds of occasion. A beer in the traditional Munich style!

From Jack’s Cider:

Dry Green Original; 5.5% ABV: Dry, crisp and refreshing; like biting into the perfect apple.

From Jack’s Run:

Afterburner IPA; 6% ABV: Don’t let the nose fool you… Notes of fresh mango, citrus and Stone Fruit dominate the palate before the mildly-hot (but not overwhelming) sneak attack from fresh Habanero peppers rolls in from behind. This curious, yet surprisingly smooth sipper will surely re-define chili beers.

From Jailbreak Brewing Company:

Czech The Technique; 5% ABV: Brilliantly gold with a creamy white head, this traditionally executed offering is brewed with pilsner and wheat malts, noble hops, Czech lager yeast, and a soft water profile. Floral and gently spicy hop aromatics are backed by a lightly bready malt that leads into the balanced complexity of a clean malt backbone with soft hop bitterness. With a long rounded finish, this offering continuously invites another taste

From Key Brewing Company:

Helles Lager; 4.7% ABV: A medium-bodied, golden-in-color lager with a clean malt flavor start and a slightly sweet and spicy hop finish.This beer is clean and crisp for an easy and refreshing year-round drink.

From Brasseries Kronenbourg:

Kronenbourg 1664 (France); 5.5% ABV: Kronenbourg 1664 is France’s No.1 selling beer and the UK’s second-biggest selling premium lager. Kronenbourg 1664 is made with a unique blend of hops including aromatic hops from Alsace.

From Lost Rhino:

Flanders Red Sour; 5.8% ABV: Red to brown in color, this sour beer is moderate in lactic acidity, with a touch of acetic acid, and notes of both green and candied apples.

From Mahou:

Alhambra Reserva; 6.4% ABV: Reserved for the most demanding palate. Alhambra Reserva 1925 is a high quality beer crafted to perfection. With its deep, exquisite taste and exclusive masterpiece in bottle design. Reserva 1925: Our vast brewing experience, to enchant the beer connoisseur.

Mahou; ABV 4.80%: Bright gold colour with a crystalline aspect. It has a characteristically elegant and fain malt aroma. Its base notes have reminiscence of fruity flavors and very light balsamic hints. It is tasty, has the perfect acid-alcohol balance and well-integrated bitter finish.

From North Coast Brewing Company:

Alt Nouveau; 4.7% ABV: The “alt” in Altbier has dual meaning, referring both to the top-fermenting yeast used to make the beer and to the fact that this ale is literally the old style of beer in a country now famous for its lager beers. Made famous in the city of Dusseldorf, Altbier has a varied profile, depending on the brewer, from malty to hoppy.

From Old Bust Head Brewing Company:

Double Sparkle DIPA; 8.4% ABV: 2+ lbs per barrel of Galaxy and Mosaic hops, and a heavy tropical aroma of pineapple and mango, with a hint of peach. Smooth flavor. Clean finish with a bit of bitter at the end. Great overall summer beer.

Oktoberfest Marzen Style Lager; 5.10% ABV: As the colors come out each fall it is not just the turning of the leaves we celebrate but the limited release of our annual Oktoberfest. With a malty, yet clean build a full caramel tones, our Oktoberfest Marzen lager perfectly balances a toasty, bready sweetness with a touch of hops.

From Old Ox Brewery:

Hoppy Place IPA; 6.5% ABV: Hoppy Place IPA! Our interpretation of a West Coast style IPA! Very hop forward and deliciously unbalanced. Pine and citrus notes ride the wave of Centennial, Amarillo and Citra hops culminating in a delightfully dry finish. A pint of this will surely take your to your Hoppy Place! Westward Ho!

Black Ox; 5.8% ABV: A robust rye porter with hints of coffee and chocolate nicely balanced with a subtle hop influence. A substantial, malty ale…complex and flavorful with a medium body and a slightly roasty finish. The rich dark color is deceptively refreshing..the spice in the rye clears the palate. A sip will explain why we say this is a delightful combination of sweet and spicy!

Oxtober Bier; 6% ABV: Oxtober Bier is a Märzen-style lager in the true German tradition. Vienna malts and nice toastiness drive the flavor. Very clean, smooth, and malt forward with rounded malt sweetness accompanied by nice biscuit and toast accents. A pleasant hop bitterness adds balance.

From Oskar Blues Brewing:

Blue Dream IPA; 6.43% ABV: A Metamodern IPA conceived of hand selected hops from down under. Malt barley and red wheat combine to create a clean malt backbone with foolproof flavor and mouthfeel to support the main act of Enigma, Vic Secret, Ella, Topaz and Galaxy hops. The hops strum juicy and sweet aromas with headline notes of passion fruit, raspberries, pineapple and citrus. This straight-up strain is Oskar Blues IPA (6.43% ABV). To each their own til we go home.

From Paulaner:

Hacker-Pschorr; 5.5% ABV: The silky shine and intense golden yellow hue of our Weisse, topped off with a compact and creamy head of froth, is a truly magnificent sight. The yeast evolves gently to deliver a magnificently refreshing fruity and citrus note accompanied by a fine sparkling hint of acidity. The light sweetness of bananas and honey melt on the tongue and mingle with subtle and slightly more bitter notes of nutmeg.

Oktoberfest, 6.0% ABV: Ever since 1818 we have brewed our bottom-fermented Oktoberfest Bier during Oktoberfest – Germany’s favourite Oktoberfest beer and a true institution in Munich. The glass is full of October sunshine, strong and golden. The perfect balance of a light taste of hops and a strong note of malt. A feast of a beer, which always goes down well. This beer is only brewed for the Oktoberfest. That’s where it belongs, along with all the fun of the fair like the Ferris wheel and roasted almonds.

From Potters Craft Ciders:

Farmhouse Dry; 8.5% ABV: Pale gold and effervescent with pronounced fruit aroma hinting of peach and melon. Don’t let the heady nose fool you – with no residual sugars, the flavor is crisp, tart, and exceptionally dry. Uniquely refreshing with a crisp finish that pairs well with a variety of foods including pork, duck, wild game, and aged cheeses. Sold in 750mL bottles.

From Schlafly Beer:

Grapefruit IPA; 5% ABV: We like to make the distinction that this a fruit beer- not a fruit-flavored beer- whose wort is mixed with pounds of grapefruit puree to allow the sugar to ferment out, leaving the tropical aromas of the fruit. We choose to use American Chinook, Cascade and Citra hops for their distinct citrus and floral attributes, and American ale yeast that brings a layered fullness to the beer, making this dry-hopped IPA notable for its bold flavor, tart characteristics, and approachable hoppiness.

Oktoberfest; 5.5% ABV: Our Oktoberfest is a traditional Bavarian Märzen with a toasty malt aroma and slight caramel taste.  This rich, amber lager is balanced by the use of German noble hops, while the lager yeast ferments cold and slow, creating a smooth, crisp beer.

White Lager; 5.5% ABV: Think of this as a fresher, hoppier Hefeweizen: smooth, cloudy, and golden-colored. This style dates back to the Middle Ages, where the beer was matured in deep vaults and emerged rich in vitamins.

From Solace Brewing:

Gute Nacht; 6% ABV: Malty and full-bodied, this classic Marzen-style lager is the perfect beer to kick of the fall season.

Suns Out Hops Out; 4.7% ABV: Crisp easy drinking Session IPA. Brewed with Citra and Mosaic hops.

From Wetten:

Brugse Zot; 6% ABV: Brugse Zot is a goldenblond beer with a rich froth and a fruity flavoring. The beer is brewed with four different kinds of malt and two aromatic varieties of hop which give the beer its unique taste. Thanks to the fermentation in the bottle, the beer has a longer natural life.

Cuvee Van De Keizer Rood; 10% ABV: Cuvee Van De Keizer Rood was brewed to celebrate the 10th anniversary of the “Cuvee Van De Keizer Blauw”. The Cuvee Van De Keizer Rood is brewed every year starting on February 24th. The Rood is a blond beer, very similar to what used to be the Gouden Carolus Easter Beer. This is a warm rich beer that is brewed, like the traditional Cuvee Van De Keizer, once a year. During the brewing process several types of malt and three types of spices are used. This golden blond ale has an alcohol concentration of 10% creating a full and balanced taste that will appeal to the demanding beer taster.

From Wild Wolf:

Alpha Ale; 5.1% ABV: A super hoppy American Pale Ale with a ton of Citra, Columbus and Cascade hops. Deep Amber in color with an extremely well rounded hop and malt character. The finish is slightly dry and refreshing to the last drop. This beer will not disappoint!

Area 151; 7% ABV: A rotating Belgian Style Ale fermented with fruit. This beer rotates between tree fruits, each one imparting its own flavor to the same base style beer. We filter 151 prior to packaging to add a crispness and to help bring the fruit forward.

From Wyndridge Farms:

Crafty Cranberry Cider; 5.5% ABV: Crafty Cranberry Cider is a more sophisticated beverage – crafted in the spirit of a traditional Champagne-style hard cider. Crafty Cranberry Cider leaves out excessive amounts of candy-like sweeteners that some other ciders add. Crafty Cranberry is made with local Pennsylvania pressed apples, yeast and real cranberry juice. The result is a fresh, clean, cranberry-hard cider.

 

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