Beers on Tap

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Available in bottle or can, or pick a selection of beers & ales on tap.

Angry Orchard struck a good balance — the medium-light body seemed just right, and apple flavor is true and clean-finishing. It tastes neither like candy nor something from the corner health-food store.

Budweiser’s flagship beer, Bud Light is a traditional light American pale lager

Brewed in the Rocky Mountains of Golden, Colorado, Coors Light is a cold and refreshing American-style light lager

Brewed with white wheat and oats, Blue Moon features a crisp wheat finish and the perfect combination of orange peel and coriander. Bring out Blue Moon’s natural spices by serving it in a Pilsner glass with an orange-slice garnish.

Barley malt, rice, hops, yeast and water. Nothing more, nothing less. Five ingredients. One classic taste.

Swirling clouds tumble as the storm begins to calm, settle, breathe in the moment, then break through the smooth, light head to the bittersweet reward. Unmistakeably GUINNESS® beer, stout, or draught , from the first velvet sip to the last, lingering drop. And every deep-dark satisfying mouthful in between.

Pigs Ear Brown Ale won Grand National Champion for brown ales at the United States Beer Tasting Championships in 2004 and 2006. Medium bodied with a balance of roasted and crystal malts creating a hearty nutty flavor. Medium bitterness with a slightly sweet finish.

A unique contribution to the fruit ale category features the nutty quench of wheat ale combined
with the delightful aromatics and subtle fruit flavor contributed by Maine wild blueberries.

Five different malts, select hop varieties, and our own specially cultivated yeast create an ale which leads with hop flavors and a subtle impression of fruit (our yeasts contribution), followed by a palate pleasing malty finish.

Brewed with specialty malts, some grown in Maine, and four types of hops. After fermentation, it is cold conditioned and dry-hopped in lagering tanks for maximum taste and quality. It is naturally carbonated in the bottle or keg using a German process called “krausening”, where a small amount of fresh fermenting wort is added. This produces a delicate carbonation and superior flavor.

Altbier with Attitude, is a limited edition of the original recipe for the Headwall Alt. The original pilot batch was smooth, malty, full bodied but too high in alcohol. (7.3% abv)