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Anchor Steam
(San Francisco, CA) Anchor Steam Beer owes its deep amber color, thick, creamy head, and rich, distinctive flavor to a brewing process like none other. It is a process that combines deep respect for brewing tradition with many decades of evolution to arrive at a unique approach: a blend of pale and caramel malts, fermentation with lager yeast at warmer ale temperatures in shallow open-air fermenters, and gentle carbonation in our cellars through our special all-natural process. 5% ABV.
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Anchor Steam

Anderson Valley Boont Amber
(Boonville, CA) From deep in the Anderson Valley comes the world-famous, award-winning, crowd-pleasing Boont Amber Ale. The Anderson Valley Brewing Company has been hand crafting this amazing ale for over twenty years, making Boont Amber Ale one of the most respected, enjoyed, and sought-after craft beers of all time. Boont Amber Ale is an ode to balance, with a deep copper color offset by an off-white head. The slightly sweet malty backbone is balanced perfectly with a subtle hop bite and aroma, with a wonderfully fruity yeast profile. Named ''the best beer brewed in Northern California'' by the San Francisco Bay Guardian. As with all Anderson Valley products, Boont Amber Ale is never sterile filtered nor heat pasteurized. 5.8% ABV.    b a c k

Lost Coast Downtown Brown
(Eureka, CA) A smooth, full-bodied nut brown ale, lightly hopped with a hint of roasted and crystal malts. This ale is dark in color without the heavy taste of porter or stout. Downtown Brown delivers across the board. A smooth, nutty, malty sweetness dominates with nice carbonation, crisp but not lingering, which gives it a really palatable mouthfeel. In the second half of a sip you can taste a little bright hop bitterness, which then fades, leaving you again with that excellent nutty malt flavor. You then sit back and realize it’s delightfully light (ABV of a mere 5.0%). Gold Medal Winner at the San Diego International Beer Festival & Competition and many other awards!    b a c k

Sierra Nevada
Pale Ale
(Chico, CA) Sierra Nevada Brewing is a legend of the microbrewing industry. It was at the forefront of the microbrewing revolution that took place in the early 1980's that sought to give beer drinkers a quality alternative to the light American lagers that dominated the market. Sierra Nevada's most popular beer is their Pale Ale, 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. Sierra Nevada Pale Ale is the flagship beer, the one that made Chico famous. It is a flawless beer that opens with bright, perky high notes of maltiness and orange blossom and segues into a delectable hoppiness. 5.6% ABV.    b a c k

Moonlight Brewing
Bombay by Boat IPA
(Santa Rosa, CA) Since 1992, Moonlight has been offering some of the most consistently balanced and flavorful lagers and ales. A one-man operaion, Moonlight beers are the definition of labor of love. Bombay by Boat IPA is for the serious IPA drinker. Earthy and rich with hop oils, overflowing with flavor. packed with enough Newport and Perle hops to satisfy any crazed hophead. 5.9% ABV.    b a c k

Pub Ale
(England) The beer that made Manchester famous. Boddingtons is a deep golden, lightly carbonated ale that is topped by a very thick and creamy head. It has been described as a ''Vanilla Guinness'' for its rich, creamy and slightly honey sweet taste. 4.7% ABV.    b a c k

Bass Ale
(England) Bass Ale is the most famous English ale in the world. It is a full flavored ale, with a complex, nutty, malty taste and subtle hop undertones. Bass has an accessible, yet distinctive taste; malty and mildly hoppy. In 1777, William Bass had the courage to acquire his own brewery in Burton-on-Trent, England, and brewed his first pint of ale. We may not consider the familiar amber color of Bass to be ''Pale'' but in the 1700's most beers were near-black porters and stouts. Bass was the world's fist ''Pale Ale.'' 5% ABV.
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Blackthorn Cider
(England) Blackthorn Cider is one of England's best known and widely drunk ciders, it's heart is in the West Country where it's affectionately known as 'Thorn'. Exactly why it's called Blackthorn is shrouded in mystery. Only cider apples are used in the making of Blackthorn. Using cider apples helps make the best tasting cider. And it is the essential "Snakebite" ingredient! 4.7% ABV.    b a c k

Franziskaner Hefe-weisse
(Germany) Franziskaner dates back to the oldest privately-owned brewery in Munich and is brewed in strict adherence to the Bavarian Purity Law of 1516. Franziskaner's Hefe-weisse is a top-fermentation beer noted for its agreeable carbonation levels, zesty wheat flavour and deep golden color. It is refreshingly crispy, spicy and fruity. The consistently high quality of Franziskaner products makes Franziskaner weiss beers a refreshing taste sensation of a very special sort, loved by beer drinkers worldwide. 5% ABV.    b a c k

Pilsner Urquell
(Czech Republic) The world's first and original Pilsner from Pilsen, which has delighted discerning beer drinkers around the world. With its distinctive full bodied taste – uncompromised since the day it was created. Since 1842 Pilsner Urquell has used only the purest, most natural ingredients to create a beer of golden opulence. It is brewed with soft crystal clear waters, superior Bohemian and Moravian barley and noble hops from the Saaz region of the Czech Republic. Even our yeast has a centuries-old pedigree. Slightly sweet, somewhat malty, the honey nut flavour sparkles on the tip of your tongue, and slides into your mouth where tart citrus flavours and warm caramel bitterness builds quickly before slipping down your throat, full of rich body. Thoroughly refreshing. 4.4% ABV.    b a c k

Murphy’s Irish Stout
(Ireland) Murphy's Irish Stout is near black with a thick, creamy tan head. The aroma offers some bread and chocolates, gentle but enticing, smooth and creamy, with a milk chocolate character, a hint of roast and no bitterness. The flavor is evocative of caramel and malt, and is described as "a distant relative of chocolate milk". The resemblance to milk extends beyond flavour to texture: Murphy's is almost free of carbonation, and is delivered black as strong cappuccino with an inch of foam. A really solid example of the Irish Stout style. 4% ABV.    b a c k

Guinness Stout
(Ireland) This is the beer that started it all. Crafted to perfection for over 200 years, Guinness is descended from the definitive West India Porter known as Extra Superior Porter. Its most distinctive feature is the burnt flavour that is derived from roasted unmalted barley. The unmistakeable deep-dark color, the crisp hint of roasted barley, the fresh breeze of hops and the refreshing bite all make for your bittersweet reward. Pure Beauty. 4.2% ABV.
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Pabst Blue Ribbon
(Milwaukee, WI) Known as the best cheap beer in the world, Pabst Blue Ribbon is a premium lager crafted with a hefty infusion of 6-row barley, a carefully balanced carbohydrate profile from corn syrup, and a unique combination of Pacific domestic hops blended with an imported Yugoslavian variety. Fermented with a pure culture of yeast and aged at high gravity, PBR is cellared and finished to the smooth, robust likeness of a fine Pilsner. In simpler terms, it's a damn fine beer. 4.75% ABV.    b a c k


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