Our interpretation of a traditional Belgian wheat beer, Allagash White is unique and truly refreshing. Brewed with a generous portion of wheat and our own special blend of spices, this beer is light and slightly cloudy in appearance, with a spicy aroma.
Pair with a salad with vinaigrette dressing or a fresh goat cheese. Excellent accompaniment to poultry and fish entrées or a dessert such as a spicy apple pie.
Brewed with English malts, aromatic hops, and water rich in essential salts and minerals, Bass has a malty, lightly hoppy taste, that combined with its slight burnt roast aroma, creates a full-bodied flavor of the highest quality.
This English Pale Ale pairs nicely with clear broth based soups, salted almonds, game birds and all sorts of seafood. This brew also offers a nice balance to spicier Indian and Cajun foods.
Introducing Bud Light Golden Wheat, a more flavorful light beer
for a refreshing alternative to the everyday. Bud Light Golden
Wheat is the first light beer brewed with golden wheat and a hint
of citrus, created specifically for smooth drinkability. The result is
a surprisingly easy to drink full-flavored beer with 30% fewer
calories than traditional wheat beers. At 4.1% alcohol and 118
calories, now there is no reason to sacrifice great flavor for a light
With a dark beer as our first and flagship brand, Black Butte defined Deschutes as a radical player. A slight hop bitterness up front enhances the distinctive chocolate and roasted finish. It’s prized for its creamy mouthfeel and intense complex flavors.
Salmon & Wild Rice, Elk Burger, Onion Soup
Bronze Medal, Brown Porter - 2009 Great American Beer Festival
Best Porter - 2007 Readers' Choice Awards, Northwest Brewing News
Gold Medal, Porter Category - 2007 Australian International Beer Awards
Silver Medal, Porter Category - 2006 Australian International Beer Awards
Silver Medal (88 - Highly Recommended) - 2005 World Beer Championships
Fisherman's Brew is an American Amber Lager, brewed by the docks of America's oldest seaport, Gloucester, Mass, from the finest 2-row barley imported from Munich, Belgium and England.
This Vienna Lager is fantastic with medium weight meals such as glazed hams, cured meats, smoked fish, chicken, turkey and Cornish hen dishes. This beer would also work well with nuts and salads with nut accents.
Hoegaarden is the authentic Belgian wheat or white beer. It has a unique and extremely complex brewing process whereby the brand is first top fermented and then is refermented within the bottle - ending up in a unique cloudy-white appearance. The brand's unique appearance is mirrored by its one-of-a-kind taste - sweet and sour beer with a little bitterness, slightly spicy, with a strong touch of coriander and a hint of orange, perfect for warm summer days, instead of other refreshing beverages. Refreshing, a little quirky, and decidedly different - naturally.
This Belgian-style wheat beer works well on its own as an aperitif, but also pairs well with lighter fare such as salads with a citrus dressing. It can work surprisingly well with omelets made with apples and goat cheese. Some people enjoy this beer with a slice of orange as a garnish.
A beer cloaked in secrecy. An ale whose mysterious and unusual palate will swirl across your tongue and ask more questions than it answers. A sort of dry, crisp, refreshing, not-quite pale ale. #9 is really impossible to describe because there's never been anything else quite like it.
Best enjoyed with spicy foods and to bring out the spice in life.
With a modest, off-white head, Newcastle pours a deep chestnut color, and displays brilliant clarity. The flavor offers substantial maltiness and very subtle hop bitterness for balance. Newcastle Brown Ale was first brewed in 1927 in Newcastle-upon-Tyne, England, by Jim Porter after three years of development.
The subtle malty sweetness of this brown ale bring out the flavors of barbecue (particularly with tomato and honey based sauces) phenomenally well. Also excellent with grilled meats, such as ribs or sausage.
Dale's Pale Ale is our flagship beer and America's first hand-canned craft beer. It's an assertive but deftly balanced beer (somewhere between an American pale ale and an India Pale Ale) brewed with hefty amounts of European malts and American hops. It features a meringue-like head, a copper color, and a hoppy nose, thanks to a big post-boil addition of Centennial hops. To complement its hoppy first impression, Dale's also sports a rich middle of malts and hops, and a bracing finish.
This intense example of an American Pale Ale would have a wonderful relationship with a hearty meal of steaks, stews and chili's. Strong and sharp cheeses, like the Roquefort or Stilton would pair nicely.
This premium extra pale lager has a light to medium body and color. Rolling Rock is brewed with only the finest malted barley, a blend of hops, and a time honored recipe. The unique painted label and the mysterious '33' give the beer a character beyond taste.
The carbonation of Rolling Rock and its clean, crisp taste make it an ideal pairing with pizza and pub food such as quesadillas, nachos, mozzarella sticks.
As an unfiltered Belgian-style wheat ale, this beer is naturally cloudy with a light golden color. The beer is best enjoyed in a tall, wide-mouthed glass. To serve the brew perfectly, follow these pouring guidelines. Pour the brew down the side of the glass until about one-half inch of brew is left in the bottle. Lay the bottle on its side and roll it gently back and forth, mixing the remaining yeast that has settled at the bottom. Pour the rest of the brew, producing a nice, thick collar of foam.
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Shock Top Belgian White pairs well with fresh salads, chicken dishes and Asian cuisine.
Our most popular beer, Sierra Nevada Pale Ale, is a delightful interpretation of a classic style. It has a deep amber color and an exceptionally full-bodied, complex character. Generous quantities of premium Cascade hops give the Pale Ale its fragrant bouquet and spicy flavor.
While we think Pale Ale tastes great with everything, its assertive hop flavor goes especially well with spicy cuisine, since its clean flavors counterbalance the richness of many hot dishes. It also goes well with starters and salads, its spicy complexity stimulating both appetites and conversation.
Smithwick's is Ireland's number one ale. Its exceptional taste, distinctive color and purity of ingredients make it unique. Its rich, satisfying taste has earned it five gold medals in the famous Monde Selection Beer Tasting Competition. Smithwick's is produced using the finest hops and special roasted, malted barley.
The ideal beer for anything off the backyard grill, particularly burgers, bratwurst, and ribs.
The citrusy hop flavor coming from a mixture of Simcoe and Santiams is pleasantly balanced by a smooth bitterness from the Amarillo hops. The beer itself is light bodied and crisp with a golden color that will throw a slight haze, as we bottle it unfiltered. At 65 IBU's, this is definitely not a training-wheels IPA, but is meant for hop lovers looking to satisfy their craving in a way that's not easy to find. We think they'll be quite pleased.
Rich meats, wild fowl, intense earthy pastas are great choices as well as stews and chilies. Strong and sharp cheeses would pair nicely.
Play ball! Bigger than average on all counts. This strong pale ale goes down easy so beware. Creamy head and lingering hop flavor. If your worried it's OK to leave the light on. Overbuilt with 5 malts and 6 additions of 3 English hops.
This is truly an appetizer brew or the obvious ball park frank, Nachos, buffalo wings, cheese fries, pizza