Draft List

Monday, January 15, 2018

(Daily happy hour: $2 off all draft beer until 6 p.m.)

Beers by Western-PA Craft Breweries

Brew Gentlemen (Braddock)

Momo, IPA, 5.8%

Deep Breakfast, Coffee Milk Stout, 4.2%

East End Brewing Company (Larimer)

2017 Homewood Reserve, Barrel-Aged Blackstrap Stout, 6.7%

Roundabout brewery (lawrenceville)

2017 Heini's Good Cheer, Barrel-Aged Strong Ale, 10.3%

Clown Scarf, IPA, 7.5%

Spoonwood Brewing Company (bethel park)

Rye Demise, Rye Pale Ale, 5.5%

Inspirational Non-Local Taps

Alvinne (Belgium)

Kriek Van Mortagne, Barrel Aged Barleywine Aged on Cherries, 8.5%

B.F.M. Brasserie des franches montagnes (Switzerland)

Cuvee Alex le Rouge, Jurassian Imperial Stout, 9.0%

Douze -- Special 12th Anniversary Batch, Salted Belgian Pale Ale, 6.5%

Dubuisson (Belgium)

Scaldis Noël, Amber Belgian Strong, 12.0%

Del Ducato (Italy) with oxbow (Maine)

Oud Brunello, Flemish Brown Ale, 7.0%

Gurutzeta (Spain)

Sagardoa Cider, 6.0%

Reissdorf (Germany)

Kolsch, 4.8%

Schneider & Sohn (Germany)

2013 Porter Weisse, Wheat Bock, 7.0%

Aged and Conditioned Bottles

Avery Barrel-Aged, Coconut Porter, 11%

Boulevard Collaboration #7: Arizona Wilderness & Creature Comforts Breweries, Oak-Aged Lager with Peach, Lemon Zest and Riesling Grape Juice, 6.0%

Brew Gentlemen, "Table Beer," Oak-Foeder Aged Saison, 4.8%

Deschutes, "Cultivateur," provisional saison, 8.0%

East End Brewing Company, "Gratitude 2015," Bottle-Conditioned Barleywine, 11%

East End Brewing Company, "Gratitude 2016," Bottle-Conditioned Barleywine, 11%

Four Seasons Brewing Company, Barrel-Aged Tripel, 9.5%

Four Seasons Brewing Company, Barrel-Aged Tripel with Brettanomyces, 9.5%

Four Seasons Brewing Company, "Deconstruction," Barrel-Aged Barley Wine (2016), 11%

Hanssens Oude Gueuze, Lambic, 6.0%

Hanssens Oude Kriek, Lambic, 6.0%

Jolly Pumpkin, "Rojzilla," oak-aged sour, 7.4%

Lineman's Oude Kriek Cuvee Rene, Kriek Lambic, 7.0%

Orval, 2016 Bottling, 6.9%


Hey couch potato!  We sell 32oz cans or "Crowlers" of fresh beer.  Those beers that are marked with an asterisk are available in crowlers to go for $10 each.  We seal them right at the bar, so you have the freshest draft beer in Pittsburgh, but in a big boy can to enjoy in the privacy of your own home.  Homer Simpson, rejoice!