BEST OF BRITAIN AND IRELAND ON TAP
Ireland’s most popular beverage
The thick, creamy head comes from mixing the beer with nitrogen when poured.
Boddingtons Creamy Pub Ale
The “Cream of Manchester” (creamy nitrogen beer)
In general, a ‘dry’ cider means that more of the
natural sugar has fermented making the cider
more sharp than sweet.
Old Speckled Hen
A light, delicately crafted beer with a rich, malty taste. Often enjoyed by those on the hunt for the less
conventional things in life. (creamy nitrogen beer)
DOMESTIC ON TAP
The World’s best Pilsner. Nothing more need be said.
Smells of fresh hops, grapefruit, lemon zest. Very fresh and spicy.
Drake’s flagship beer! A “West Coast” interpretation of an IPA
Rich, crystal malts give this beer a deep copper hue and contribute a slight caramel sweetness while the herbal, spicy bitterness from carefully selected whole-cone hops impart a crisp, clean finish.
Black and Tan: Boont & Guinness
Snake Bite: Cider & Trumer
Black Velvet: Cider & Guinness
Shandy: Boont or Trumer & 7up
Bud | Bud Light | Harp Lager | Black Butte Porter | Wyders Pear Cider | Newcastle Nut Brown Ale | Bitburger Drive (non alcoholic)
Trentadue Zinfandel | Alamos Malbec | Canyon Roads Cabernet Sauvignon | Canyon Roads Merlot
William Hill Chardonnay | Canyon Roads Pinot Grigio | Canyon Roads Sauvignon Blanc | Chateau de Campuget (rosé)