Coles Draft List (10-31-2014)

Our draft list is constantly changing since we rotate our taps to bring in new and exciting beers so please understand our list is not always accurate.

1) Southampton Keller Pils (NY)

A crisp pilsner with floral hop notes and a light pepper finish. $6 pint 5%

 

2) Westbrook White Thai (SC)

Twist on the classic Belgian witbier style with fresh lemongrass and ginger root. $6 pint 5%

 

3) Weihenstephaner Hefe Weissbier (GER)

Classic German Hefeweizen with flavors of clove and banana. $6 pint 5.4%

 

4) Sierra Nevada Stout (CA)

A creamy and full-bodied example of this traditional style ale. Very dark and very rich, the Stout displays a pronounced roasted flavor. $6 pint 5.8%

5) Perennial Aria (MO)

Belgian Ale brewed with Brettanomyces yeast for a distinct Belgian spice. $7 goblet 7.3%

 

6) Sierra Nevada Knightro Irish Style Stout (CA)

An Irish style stout poured on nitrogen with a creamy body and hints of chocolate and coffee. $6 pint 4.6%

 

7) Bells Amber Ale (MI)

Made from mostly pale malt and some Munich and caramel malts. These add a little sweetness, which is balanced by more hops. $6 pint 5.8%

8) Breckenridge Vanilla Porter (CO)

An ale that has all the chocolate and roasted nut flavor of a classic Porter, with an enigmatic surprise thrown in for good measure, real vanilla bean $6 pint 4.7%

9) Community Beer Works Collaboration Coffee Porter (NY)

Brewed in collaboration with Pearl Street Brewpub and Public Espresso. $6 pint 5.9%

 

10) Victory Festbier (PA)

Seductively smooth, this medium-bodied amber beauty is akin to the great Oktoberfest beers of Munich.

 $6 pint 5.6%

 

11) Bells Two Hearted (MI)

American malts and enormous hop additions give this beer a crisp finish and incredible floral hop aroma.

$6 pint 7%

 

12) Sierra Nevada / Allagash Myron’s Walk (CA)

Belgian Ale collaboration with intense citrusy flavor from the use of whole-cone hops offset by the complex spicy character of Allagash’s house Belgian yeast strain. $6.50 pint 5.3%

13) Lavery Liopard Oir (PA)

A floral, hoppy and fruity French style saison.

 $6 pint 4.4%

14) Evil Twin / Stillwater Classique Imperiale

Imperial Saison collaboration with flavors of herbs, spices and citrus fruit. Medium body with a smooth, dry finish $8 10 oz. 8%

 

15) Jack’s Abby Mass Rising (MA)

Extra hoppy Double IPL with big citrus notes.

 $7 goblet 8%

 

16) Evil Twin Yin & Yang (DEN)
Imperial Black IPA flawlessly mixed from a flippant good Imperial IPA with a profoundly evil Imperial Stout and sustained sweet beer balance. $7 goblet 11%

 

 17) Dogfish Head Saison du BUFF (DE)

Saison brewed with parsley, sage, rosemary and thyme.

$7.50 goblet 6.8%

18) Sierra Nevada Ovila Abbey Tripel (CA)

Ovila Abbey Tripel is our take on the classic style, with toasty malt sweetness balanced by reserved floral hop notes and complemented by a traditional Belgian abbey yeast. $7 goblet 8.5%

 

19) Elysian Space Dust (WA)

The hopping is pure starglow energy, with Chinook to bitter and late and dry additions of Citra and Amarillo.

 $7 pint 7.2%

 

20) Jack’s Abby Mom & Pop’s Pumpkin Crop Lager (MA)

This brew uses 100 fresh pumpkins and 40 organic squash with a blend of autumn spices. $6 pint 5.5%

 

21) McKenzie’s Pumpkin Jack Hard Cider (NY)

This selective Seasonal uses only the finest real pumpkin and fall spices to enhance and excite both your nose and your taste buds! $6 pint 5%

 

22) Westbrook One Claw (SC)

One Claw is a rye pale ale made with a heavy handful of malted rye and scoops of our favorite hop varieties.

$6 pint 5.5%

 

23) Lavery Madra Allta (PA)

Hop-focused with light malt sweetness and a toasty dryness in the finish balances the high bitterness perfectly. $6 pint 6.4%

 

24) Labatt Blue Light

25) Rogue Dead Guy (OR)

German style Maibock that is deep honey in color with a malty aroma, and rich hearty flavor. $6 pint 6.6%

 

26) Mort Subite Kriek (BEL)

Original Belgian beer ferments spontaneously. Enriched with cherries, it matures soft and slowly in oaken casks. $8 goblet 4.5%

 

27) Lavery The Devil’s Pumpkin (PA)

A nice toasty/biscuity flavor, slight hop bitterness and their house yeast blend that leaves slightly fruity esters. $6 pint 6.5%

 

28) Sierra Nevada Bigfoot (CA)

An award winning example of the English Barley Wine style. It boasts a dense, fruity bouquet; an extremely rich, intense, bittersweet palate. $7 goblet 9.6%

 

29) Captain Lawrence Moor Monk Wet Hop

Imperial IPA collaboration with CLB , Coles, Blue Monk & brewed by Cole’s owner Mike Shatzel. $6 goblet 8%

 

30) Sixpoint Sensi Harvest (NY)

A copper ale bursting with fresh, undisturbed hop character. Juicy wet-hops carefully selected for a unique delicacy available only at harvest time. $6 pint 4.7%

31) Abita Purple Haze (LA)

American Wheat Ale brewed with fresh raspberries.

$6 pint 4.8%

 

32) Bells Best Brown Ale (MI)

A smooth, toasty brown ale with hints of caramel and cocoa. $6 pint 5.8%

 

33) Guinness Irish Stout (IRE)

34) Ommegang Game Of Thrones - Fire and Blood

Aromas of ripe fruit, raisins, malt & slight spice, followed by a slightly floral and spicy hop character.

$7 goblet 6.8%

35) Allagash Dubbel (ME)

Boasts a dark malty taste, the finish is dry with subtle hints of chocolate and nuts. $7 goblet 7%

36) St. Bernardus Abt 12 (BEL)

It has a fruity aroma, full of complex flavors and excels because of its long bittersweet finish with a hoppy bite.

$8 goblet 10%