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21st Amendment, Fireside Chat - San Francisco, CA $6. Like FDR's Depression- Era Radio Addresses, which were like a kick in the butt and a hug at the same ...

21 Amendment, Fireside Chat - San Francisco, CA $6

Crazy Mountain, Rocky Mountain High Pumpkin Pie Nitro – Vail

Like FDR’s Depression-Era Radio Addresses, which were like a kick in the butt and a hug at the same time, Fireside Chat is a subtle twist on the traditional seasonal brew. The brewers at 21 Amendment begin with a rich, dark, English-style ale and then improvise with spices until they know they have a beer worth sharing with the nation. Fireside Chat celebrates the right to be original. God Bless America! 7.9% ABV Served in: Pint Glass, Stein

Valley, CO $6


August Schells, Chimney Sweep –New Ulm, MN $6 Dark and mysterious, with an intriguing wisp of smoke, a chimney sweep has long been considered a source of good luck. Schell’s Chimney Sweep draws its inspiration from these lucky individuals and the rich dark lagers of Upper Franconia in Germany. Expect a black lager with a roasty maltiness, sturdy hop bitterness and an underlying subtle smokiness.

August Schells, Fall Marzen–New Ulm, MN $6 August Schell Fall Marzen beer is brewed just once a year. Brewed with the perfect balance of Pale, Munich, and Cara Pils malt with Liberty and Perie hops to create a rich, smooth taste. 5.5% ABV Served in: Pint Glass

Boom Island, Yule – Minneapolis, MN $8 Yule smell the holiday spices before it hits the glass. Yule savor the rich, toasted malts and drink deep in the spirit of the season. Then YULE call a cab. 12% ABV Served in: Snifter Tulip, Oversized wine glass

Brash, Cold Ass Honkey – Ipswitch, MA $9.50 This beer is aggressively hopped with Amarillo hops. Cold Ass Honkey is a farmhouse saison with one cold ass twist. Enjoy! 8.5% ABV Served in: Snifter, Tulip, Oversized wine glass

Brasserie Dupont, Saison Dupont Cuvée Dry Hopping – TorpesLeuze, Belgium $10 Featuring the famous Triskel hop varietal from Alsace. Triskel is bred from the French Strissespalt and English Yeoman hops. Dupont’s master brewer, Oliver Dedeycker, describes it as “combining the aromatic notes, mainly floral, of Strisselspalt with the fruity character of Yeoman.” The unusual name, Triskel, was apparently inspired by triskelion, the symbol of the Gauls, those beer drinking ancestors of the French, which represents the three elements: Earth, Air and Water. 6.5% ABV Served in: Tulip

Chimay, Premiere - Baileux, Belgium $8 Trappist monk brewed Belgian double ale; sweet and slightly fruity with just a touch of hops. This beer is arguably, the gold standard of trappist ales. 7% ABV Served in: Chalice, Own

Cisco, Indie Pale Ale – Nantucket, MA $7 This beautiful red-orange ale has a full malty body balanced by a fruity apricot/grapefruit nose. Mounds of dank Summit hops in the whirlpool and dry-hop additions provide a deliciously quenching finish to this East meets West-coast ale. 6.5% ABV Served in: Pint glass, Stein

Crazy Mountain, Peach I.P.A. – Vail Valley, Colorado $7 This brew was crafted with 150 pounds of free-stone Palisade peaches from the Ripe Produce Stand in Edwards Colorado. ABV N/A, Served in: Pint glass, Stein

Crazy Mountain, Scenic Route Kolsch – Vail Valley, Colorado $6 This beer utilizes a unique strain of yeast that gives it a very distinct flavor profile. Light straw color and a very balanced crispness is followed by a slight sweetness. 5% ABV Served in: Stange

Crazy Mountain, Tequila Barrel-Aged Lava Lake Wit – Vail

Valley, CO $9 This Ale is Crazy Mountain’s take on a classic Belgian Wit Beer. To make this beer unique, they add un-malted wheat, rolled oats, two varieties of classic European hops, chamomile, curacao orange peel, coriander, grains of paradise, and a rare yeast strain from the Old Country. This is a beer that can be enjoyed year-round, whether on the slopes on a beautiful bluebird day, or lazily fly fishing in Lava Lake. This tasty version of Lava Lake is aged in Tequila barrels. 5.2% ABV Served in: Snifter, Oversized wine glass

Brewed with over 200 pounds of Colorado grown pumpkins as well asa complex list of spices including cinnamon, all spice and nutmeg. 7% ABV Served in: Pint glass, Stein

Delerium Tremens– Melle, Belgium $8 The particular character and the unique taste of "Delirium Tremens" result from the use of three different kinds of yeast. In 1997, Stuart A. Kallen nominated Delirium Tremens as "best beer in the world". A gold medal during the "world beer championships" in Chicago (1998) confirmed that worldwide recognition. 8.5% ABV Served in: Snifter, Tulip, Own

Duvel, Single – Breendonk-Purrs, Belgium $8 This is the draught beer known variously as Duvel Green/Draught. It is most commonly available in the US and UK, but not in Belgium. This is not the same beer as the bottled DuvelGroen, nor is it the same beer as regular Duvel, which is a strictly bottled product.Duvel Single undergoes just one fermentation process giving the beer a gentle hoppiness, mild aroma and a subtle, fruity bite in the finish. 6.5% ABV Served in: Tulip, Own

Founder’s, Breakfast Stout, Grand Rapids MI $7 The coffee lover’s consummate beer. Brewed with an abundance of flaked oats, bitter and imported chocolates, and Sumatra and Kona coffee, this stout has an intense fresh-roasted java nose topped with a frothy, cinnamon-colored head that goes forever. 8.3% ABV Served in: Snifter, Red Wine Glass

Fullers, London Porter - London, ENG $7 Fuller’s London Porter, is widely regarded as the World’s Finest Porter. Rich, dark and complex, the beer has an outstanding depth of flavor. It is brewed from a blend of Brown, Crystal and Chocolate malts for a creamy delivery balanced by traditional Fuggles hops. 5.4% ABV Served in: Pint glass, Stein

Furthermore, Fallen Apple - Spring Green, WI $6 Fallen Apple starts with fresh-pressed cider from early harvest apples. Fermentation leaves the cider tart and champagne-like. They then brew a cream ale designed to put some sweetness and body back into the beer, which rounds out the sour apple notes. This combination of ethereal apple flavor grounded in an “everyman’s” beer makes for a festive and potent brew. 6.2% ABV Served in: Pint Glass, Stein

Great Divide, Heyday White Ale - Denver, CO $6 HEYDAY is an eminently pleasant Belgian-Style White Ale. Brewed with barley, oats and raw wheat, Heyday is uniquely flavorful for such an easydrinking ale. With a slightly cloudy appearance and traditional yeast, it is a balanced, agreeable offering. Exuding mild hop bitterness and a nuanced body, this is the easiest decision you’ll make all day. 5.2% ABV Served in: Pint glass, Pilsener glass, Stein

Great Lakes, Christmas Ale– Cleveland, OH $6 For the holidays—from crowded stores to awkward office parties to grating family get-togethers, it’s still a time to be thankful. Especially for a festive holiday ale that will make you wish the holidays would last just a bit longer. The tradition of holiday brews has its origins in the Middle Ages when spices were commonly used instead of hops to add flavor and medicinal qualities to beer. The style re-emerged in the early 1900s in the northern countries of Western Europe when local brewers began creating specialty holiday brews for their favored patrons. Today, most breweries make their holiday beers darker and more potent and often add spices like ginger and cinnamon for a more pronounced holiday flavor. 7.5% ABV Served in: Pint glass, Stein

La Caracole, Saxo Blonde – Falmignoul, Belgium $8 The Saxo is a very complex artisanal Wallonian blond ale with an unusual hoppiness, bitterness and a touch of spice. There is a most pleasantly bizzare grainy punch of taste preceding hops with waves of flavors whizzing over the tongue. 100% organically grown Pilsner and Munich malts, raw wheat, Saaz hops. 8% ABV Served in: Snifter, Tulip, Oversized wine glass

Lake Monster, Calhoun Claw Pilsener - Minneapolis, MN $6

Rush River, Unforgiven Amber - River Falls, WI $6

Inspired by the classic lagers of Bohemia, our Pilsener has a crisp body balanced by a quick snap of refreshing bitterness. Brewed with a blend of Czech and American hops, this beer is full of flavor but still easy drinking. 5.4% ABV Served in: Pilsener glass

Deep amber in color, and slightly cloudy, this beer is remarkably smooth. The beer is dry-hoped hoped in the conditioning tank meaning fresh hops are added after fermentation to steep and add a subtle fruity nose. The yeast for this beer was custom created and cultured ultured for us by a lab in Oregon, insuring a one-of-a-kind kind experience found in no other micro. 5.5% ABV Served in: Pint glass, Stein

Leffe, Brune – Leuven, Belgium $7 This is a traditional Belgian abbey beer with a deep brown color and a full, sweet and fruity aroma. Don’t let the color deceive you, this beer is made with dark and torrefied malt, corn, water, hop and yeast, thus making this traditional Belgian brew a great eat choice for hot summer days. 6.5% ABVServed in: Snifter, Tulip

Mad River, Steel Head XP– Stockholm, WI $6 Bright golden hued ale of medium body with a spicy/floral hop character and a very mild bitterness. 5.6% ABV Served in: Pint glass, Stein

McNeill’s, Extra Special Bitters – Brattleboro, VT $6 McNeill’s ESB is a fully hopped version of the style. The beer is dry, with a deep nose of grapefruit and is quite bitter. Its red color comes from the blend of American and British malts. This beer is the FIVE TIME National Champion ESB at the USBTC. 5.5% ABV Served in: Pint Glass, Stein

Millstream, Pilsner – Amana, IA $7 Pilsner is simple, and yet complex. Its not easy to make a beer pure enough to really let the hops stand out, but that is the goal of pilsner. Millstream uses Czech Saaz hops that are a delight to the senses and impart an arousing aroma and satisfying flavor. The end result is a full bodied beer that has a pleasing hoppy aftertaste. 4.5% ABV Served in: Pilsener glass

Morland, Old Speckled Hen– Bury St. Edmonds, Edmonds ENG $7 Cask version was first brewed in 1979 by Morland Brewery to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the MG car factory in Abingdon. The name comes from the MG factory’s works car - the gold speckled MG Featherweight Fabric Saloon, affectionately known as the Ol’ Speckl’d ’Un. 5.2% ABV Served in: Pint glass, Stein

New Belgium, Accumulation White I.P.A. – Ft. Collins, CO $6

Rush River, Winter Warmer - River Falls, WI $7 Based on a Scotch Ale recipe, this dark ale packs a punch. The brewers at Rush River load the grain bill to emphasize maltiness with a sweet finish. This beer is also generously hopped for balance. A perfect pint for the cold of Winter. 8% ABV Served in: Pint glass, Stein

St. Bernardus, Christmas Ale– Watou Watou, Belgium $8 St.Bernardus Christmas Ale is a dark seasonal brewed in the classic 'Quadrupel' style of Belgium's best Abbey Ales. Similar to all the beers from the brewery, it greets the drinker with the signature aroma of the St.Bernardus house yeast strain (in use sin since 1946!) Rivaling the complexity of the St.Bernardus Abt 12, St.Bernardus Christmas Ale offers a spicy, mint-like like flavor profile exuding the tastes of warming alcohol, fermented molasses, apricots, licorice and marzipan that are highligted by the perfect balance of brewing sugars. The perfect companion to enjoy on a cold winter evening, with or without the company of your friends ! 10% ABV Served in: Snifter, Tulip, Goblet, Oversized wine glass

St. Feuillien, Speciale– Le Roeulx, Belgium $8 Speciale is the pinnacle of the brewing art at St. Feuillien. Speciale is dark brown, very full bodied and very flavorful. Aromas and flavors of fig, date and currants mingle with allspice, cinnamon and cocoa on the palate and in the nose. 9% ABV Served in: Snifter, r, Tulip, Oversized wine glass

Seefbier– Antwerp, Belgium $8 A traditional Belgian ale, Siefbier is a revival evival of one of Antwerpens’ best bestknown historical styles, by Johan Van Dyck. Plans exist for an Antwerpen Antwerpenbased new brewery, for the moment brewed at Roman. Winner of Gold Medal at World Beer Cup 2012 2012. 5.6% ABV Served in: Snifter, Tulip, Oversized wine glass

Accumulation White IPA was inspired by the white beauty that falls each winter from the Colorado sky. Flurries of Mosaic and Amarillo hops bring soft fruit and citrus flavor, followed by a layer of bitter. Piled high in IBUs, Accumulation will make your winter brighter. 6.2% ABV Served in: Pint glass, Stein, Own

Shepheard Neame, Spitfire Kentish Ale– Faversham, England $7

Peace Tree, Hop Wrangler– Knoxville, IA $6

For Unchained 14, Summit brewer Jeff Williamson brings you Bière de Garde – a classic French farmhouse style ale that is rarely seen fresh locally. Using the best French and Belgian malts, Jeff’s brew entices you with a malt aroma of toffee, cherry and other goodies. The malt theme carries through to the taste, offering up more toffee, cherry, figs, caramel, and a hint of biscuit. A subtle hop spiciness plays amongst the flavors and it finishes crisp and dry. 7.3% ABV Served in Tulip

First, Peace Tree used American and English malt, then American and English hops are added during the mash, first wort, boil, and finally it is dry hopped for aroma. Belgium gets involved with the yeast and a special candy sugar finish for smoothness and flavor. 6.2% ABV Served in: Pint glass, Stein

Redstone Meadery, Nectar of the Hops - Boulder, Boulder CO $8 A dry hopped version of Redstone’s Nectar! This mead is an intriguing i blend of hoppiness and honey. Surprise your palate with this thirst quenching rarity. 8% ABV Served in: White wine glass

Rush River, Small Ax Golden Ale - River Falls, WI $6 This is Rush River’s own version of the classic hefeweizen style with a Midwest twist. Brewed with white wheat from Wisconsin, this blonde ale is lively and fresh. The brewers engineered this wheat ale to appeal to those favoring a lighter beer. This wheat ale is purposefully cloudy in the glass and mild on the palate. 4.5% ABV Served in: Pint glass, Weizen glass

Originally produced in 1990 as a bottle conditioned premium bitter as part of the 50th anniversary rsary of the Battle Of Britain. A full malt and hop flavo flavor with a well balanced and lasting aftertaste. 4.5% ABV Served in: Pint glass

Summit, Bière de Garde– St. Paul, MN $7

Triple Karmeliet -Buggenhout, Belgium $8 This is a sophisticated and complex gold to bronze colored beer. Its unique flavor is created by the limited use of Syrian hops, and the abundant herbs and fruit notes found ound in the house yeast. The sweet early flavor evolves into a more pronounced orange flavor with a very mild bitter to follow. 8.4% ABV Served in: Tulip, Snifter, Own

Unibroue, Trios Pistoles– Chambly, Quebec, Canada $7 Strong Belgian type ale similar to a Port wine wine! Is as dark as can be, mellow in taste with an aroma of ripe fruits. It can be compared to an old porto and is brewed from well roasted malt. 9% ABV Served in: Tulip, Snifter

BEEER FLIGHTS $15 Pick any 5 beers and build a tasting flight. Use your imagination or let your server build one for you. Each beer is 4oz