VAST WINE SELECTION
19 TAPS TO CHOOSE FROM
19 Taps to Choose From
Beer Guide 101
Picking your poison can be a challenge, so we made this beer guide to help you make an educated choice if you are trying to venture into the craft beer world.
Lager – This is the simplest and easiest drinking beer which ranges from the lightest to a little bit darker. If a customer asks for something light these are your go to beers!
Ale – An ale is another classic style of beer. Ales tend to be more complex and can be lighter, while others have more hops.
Wheat – Wheat beer is a style for a beginner, or someone looking for a lighter beer. They are light, easy drinking beers. A lot of wheat beers will have a slight citrus characteristic.
IPA – This is the beer that is measured in hops and is described as a bitter beer. The more hops, the more bitter the beer. IPAs can be very different however, so be aware of which style you’re ordering. IPAs will have a fruity, citrus-like earthy, or piney taste to them.
Pale Ale – The little brother to the IPA. Pale ales will have less bitterness than the IP A and the result is an easier drinking, hoppy beer.
Belgian – A beer that can range from amber to blonde in color and offers numerous styles. These are typically defined by little to no hop flavor while offering a sometimes spicier or sweeter finish on the palate.
Brown Ale – A beer that offers more of a full-bodied taste. Brown ales are malty beers which are full flavored. They can be richer and sometimes have a nutty taste to them. These beers are extremely food friendly and go with pretty much everything!
Stout/Porter – These beers are different in style and brewing process, but can still be classified in the same category. This is considered a “dark” beer ( along with brown ales) which contain flavors such as roasted malts, chocolate, and coffee.
3PM to 6PM Monday – Friday
$1.00 off Drafts
$2.oo off Signature Drinks
(See Your Server For Details)
Mondays and Fridays
Four – 4oz glasses of any draught
CRAFT, DOMESTIC, & IMPORT BEER
Man cannot live on beer alone!! As there are many varieties of wine the same holds true for beer. It is our goal to find the best and most unique beers no matter what style and bring them to you. We have several tap lines, all of which rotate your favorite IPA’s, lagers, porters and stouts and hopefully a few you have yet to try.
All of our wines have been tasted and assessed as showing certain styles and character that complement our cuisine and will undoubtedly appeal to the discerning tastes of our guests.
Our wine list will always consist of local, imported, as well as some unique wines that are distributed from out of our area, and are exclusive to our establishments only.
When we taste and ultimately choose our wines, we always have our guest in mind. If you would like some guidance with your choice, we are always very pleased to offer advice and information about every wine on our list.
Chateau St. Jean Chardonnay
California – layers of butter, cream, citrus and vanilla // 8 * 28
Campo Viejo Sparkling Brut
Spain – Beautiful citrus fruit leads to a hint of toast and a clean, refreshing finish // 7 * 26
14 Hands Pinot Grigio
Washington – Juicy, refreshing flavors of stone fruit, melon and honeysuckle // 7 * 26
Seaglass Unoaked Chardonnay
California – Unique buttery texture with flavors of apples and melon // 8 * 28
Chateau St. Michelle Chardonnay
California – Aromas of spice and apple crisp with flavors of pear, lemon and pineapple // 8 * 28
Matua Valley Sauvignon Blanc
New Zealand – Lemon, lime and grapefruit with a tart finish // 8 * 28
Kung Fu Girl Riesling – Washington – Peach and apricot with apples, plum and lime leaves; focused with a long finish // 8 * 28
Centorri Moscato de Pavia
Spain – Delicately sweet and sparkling with peaches, rose petals and ginger // 7 * 26
Italy – Fully dry with hints of bitter cherry, vanilla and a touch of toasted almond on the finish // 7 * 26
DeLoach Pinot Noir
California – Bright and lifted with dark cherry, strawberry and brown sugar // 8 * 30
10 Span Pinot Noir
California – Aromas of bright cherry and currant with a spiced finish. Proceeds from 10 Span benefit the Vetana Wildlife Society // 7 *26
Columbia Crest Grand Estates Merlot
Washington – Chocolate and dark cherries with a smooth, velvety finish // 7 * 26
Rodney Strong Merlot
California – Plum and blueberry with dried herb; aged in oak barrels for a toasty finish // 9 * 32
Santa Christina Tuscana Rosso
Italy – Red blend with raspberry, currant and a hint of vanilla // 9 * 32
Trapiche Oak Cask Malbec
Argentina – Medium bodied with a touch of smoke and vanilla; velvety texture, supple tannins and a spicy finish // 8 * 28
Noble Vines 337 Cabernet Sauvignon
California – Appealing aromas of black cherry, ripe currant and lightly roasted coffee // 8 * 28
Louis Martini Cabernet
California – Flavors of plum jam and black currant with hints of oak and a touch of baking spice // 9 * 32
WINES BY BOTTLE ONLY
Mt. Veeder Napa Valley Cabernet
Layers of juicy berries and dark plum with toasty oak notes, spicy hints of sweet bay leaf and anise; rich flavors of vibrant berry and dark chocolate // 50
Napa Cellars Chardonnay
California – Aromas of baked apple, pear and crème brulee. A soft mouthfeel with flavors of green apple, orange zest and balanced with a late, crisp acidity // 40
Antinori Toscana Red
Tuscany – Fruity hints on the nose blend well with the toasty, chocolate and vanilla notes from aging in wood. Complex, harmonious and well-structured with smooth tannins and persistent fruity hints // 44
Meiomi Pinot Noir
California – Lifted fruit aromas of bright strawberry and jammy fruit, mocha and vanilla with toasty oak notes. Expressive boysenberry, black berry, dark cherry, juicy strawberry and toasty mocha flavors lend complexity and depth on the palate // 42