Beer Menu

Domestic Beer

  • DRAFT
    Bud Light
    Coors Light
    Guinness
    Miller Lite
    Rolling Rock
    Stella Artois
    Yuengling

  • BOTTLES
    Amstel Light
    Beck’s
    Bud Light
    Coors Light
    Corona
    Corona Light
    Heineken
    Heineken Light
    Miller Lite
    Landshark
    Mike’s Lemonade
    Molson Ice
    New Castle
    Redd’s Apple
    Rolling Rock
    Yuengling
    Smirnoff Ice
    Twisted Tea
    O’Douls

Old Fashioned Beer

Bottled Craft Beer

  • River Horse “Special Ale”  Ewing, NJ
    4.5% ABV The flagship brew of NJ’s oldest craft brewery, this amber ale has a light hop character balanced by a rich malt finish 5.25…Bottle

  • Troegenator “Double Bock” Harrisburg, PA
    8.2% Deep mahogany red in color. Sweet malty aroma, including dark fruit aromas, dark cherry & plum. Nicely balanced & easy to drink! 5.75…..Bottle

  • Crispen “Pacific Pear Cider” Colfax, CA
    4.8% ABV Naturally fermented using 100% pear juice. Filtered cold for extra purity, and smoothed with pear juice. Gluten free. 5.75 Bottle

  • Ithaca “Apricot Wheat” Ithaca, NY
    4.9% ABV An easy-drinking wheat beer, light in color & body…perfect for those looking for a lighter taste. The hint of apricot gives this beer a pleasant nose & fruity finish. 5.25……Bottle

  • Yards “Thomas Jefferson Tavern Ale” Philly, PA
    8% ABV A strong golden ale, based on Thomas Jefferson’s original-recipe, which included ingredients specified & grown on his Virginia estate. Enjoy a taste of history, courtesy of Philadelphia’s premier craft brewery. 5.25……Bottle

  • Dogfish “Indian Brown” Rehoboth Beach, DE.
    7.2% ABV Our Indian Brown Ale is well-hopped & malty. The beer has characteristics of American Brown, the caramel notes of a Scotch Ale & the hopping regiment of an India Pale Ale. 5.75….Bottle

  • Weyerbacher “Merry Monks” Easton, PA
    9.3% ABV The special effervescence and creaminess are immediately apparent when pouring. The Ale yields a remarkable and complex flavor. Perhaps you’ll note subtle hints of banana and cookie dough. 5.75….Bottle

  • Weyerbacher “Blithering Idiot” Easton, PA
    11.1% ABV This Barleywine is made in the British tradition of balanced hearty ales. Blithering Idiot is a deep-copper ale with intense malty notes of dates and figs on the palate. 7.25….Bottle

  • Yards “IPA” Philadelphia, PA
    7% ABV IPA’s were originally brewed to survive the epic sea voyages from England to India. A perfect marriage of sweetness and bitterness and loaded through and through with citrusy and piney hops, this beer will surely survive the journey. 5.25…..Bottle

  • Founders “All Day IPA” Grand Rapids, MI
    4.7% ABV The beer you’ve been waiting for. Keeps your taste satisfied while keeping your senses sharp. An all-day IPA naturally brewed with a complex array of malts, grains and hops. Balanced for optimal aromatics and a clean finish. 5.25…Can

  • Stone IPA North San Diego, CA
    6.9% One of the most well-respected and best-selling
    IPA’s in the country, this golden beauty explodes with
    citrusy flavor and hop aromas, all perfectly balanced by
    a subtle malt character. 5.50….Bottle

  • Lagunitas “Sumpin Sumpin” Petaluma, CA
    7.6% ABV A truly unique style featuring a strong hop finish on a silky body. A filtered pale wheat ale that is great for both IPA and wheat beer fans. 6.00…..Bottle

  • Bard’s “Tale Dragon Gold” San Jose, CA
    4.7% ABV This golden lager is America’s first gluten free sorghum beer and the only beer brewed with 100% malted sorghum. Contains no wheat, barley or rye. 5.25….Bottle

  • Strongbow “Honey & Apple Cider” England
    5% ABV Refreshingly crisp and satisfyingly sweet, Strongbow Honey & Apple Cider delivers a complex and unique flavor. A blend of bittersweet cider and culinary apples and warm, succulent honey. 5.00…….Bottle

  • Ironbound “Hard Cider” Alexandria, NJ
    Our fresh-pressed apples are from New Jersey and other nearby states – not China, this not only gives Ironbound Hard Cider its bold, fresh taste, but it also supports our local network of family farms. Back in the day, New Jersey was famous for its cider. Even George Washington knew it as the “champagne of ciders.” 5.75….Can

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