Coles Draft List (11-21-2014)

1) Harpoon Cambridge Uncommon (MA)

Fruity esters combined with a generous dose of hops and light, biscuit undertones of a specialty malt balance a clean, crisp ­finish $7 goblet 6.9%


2) Ommegang Witte (NY)

A traditional Belgian-style wheat ale with whispers of sweet orange and a touch of tart lemon. $6 pint 5.2%


3) Weihenstephaner Hefe Weissbier (GER)

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


4) Firestone Walker Velvet Merlin (CA)

This beer features a rich, dark chocolate and roasted coffee flavor with a creamy mouth feel and wonderfully dry finish. $6 pint 5.5%

5) Perennial Saison de Lis (MO)

Belgian Style Ale brewed with chamomile flowers.

$7 goblet 7.3%


6) Founders Pale Ale (MI)

This medium-bodied pale ale has a distinctive floral hop aroma and refreshing citrus flavor. $6 pint 5.4%


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. The result is a rich color and fruity flavor. $6 pint 5.8%

8) Ithaca Embrr Rye Porter (NY)

Brewed with a hefty portion of rye and flaked rye to give this smooth porter a rich chocolaty body and hint of spice. $6 pint 6.6%

9) Community Beer Works The Whale (NY)

Locally brewed brown ale with flavors of coffee, chocolate and a surprisingly deep roast. $6 pint 5.9%.


10) Great Lakes Christmas Ale (OH)

It has a cinnamon and ginger spice flavor, a rich copper color, and a medium body that will fit with any holiday meal. $6 pint 7.5%

11) Bells Two Hearted Ale (MI)

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

$6 pint 7%

12) Southampton Blonde (NY)

Refreshing ale brewed in the Trappist style with hints of fruit and spice. $6 pint 5%


13) Lavery Liopard Oir (PA)

A floral, hoppy and fruity French style saison.

 $6 pint 4.4%

14) Stillwater Cellar Door (MD)

Saison gently finished off with a touch of white sage, lending a mild earthy spice character to the blend.

$7 goblet 6.6%

15) Jack’s Abby Hopstitution Calyptra (MI)

Specialty batch pale lager brewed with Citra and Calypta hops. $6 pint 5.5%

16) Ithaca The Creeker (NY)

By no means an ordinary Double IPA. Creeker is all hops with little malt body. Intense citrus flavor & aroma with mischievously easy drinkability. $7 goblet 9%


 17) Dogfish Head Burton Baton (DE)

Imperial IPA conditioned on barrel staves of French Oak for four months before being dry hopped.

$7.50 goblet 10%

18) Smuttynose Tripel (NH)

Sweet, round, and full of fruity esters from our distinctive Belgian-style yeast strain, Smuttynose Tripel is a nice sipping beer that is best enjoyed from your favorite tulip glass. $7 goblet 9.5%

19) Green Flash Cedar Plank Pale Ale (CA)

This hoppy pale ale starts out as 30th Street Pale Ale and then undergoes Spanish cedar aging. Wood aging imparts an intense cedar aroma which dominates the dry hop.

$6.25 pint 6.3%


20) Great Divide Hibernation (CO)

Old Ale with over three months of aging that gives its revered malty richness, complex hop profile and hearty warming character. $6 goblet 8.7%


21) Blackbird Premium Draft Cider (NY)

Aromatic fall flavors warm you from the inside out, and chase away the chill on those cold nights. $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) Rushing Duck Remarkable Liquids IPA (NY)

A very special IPA celebrating the 2 year anniversary of Remarkable Liquids Distribution. $6 pint 7%


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) Dark Horse Barracuda Blue (MI)

Pale Ale with blueberries. Collaboration beer between Dark Horse Brewing Co. and Slippery Slope(Chicago).

$7 goblet 4.5%

27) Southern Tier Pumking (NY)

Bursting with sweet pumpkin, cinnamon, and nutmeg flavors. Pumpkin pie in a glass. $7 goblet 8.6%


28) Flying Bison The "Herc" C-130 Barleywine

Locally brewed barley wine with big alcohol flavors balanced by a toffee malt sweetness. $6 goblet 10.5%


29) Stone 18th Anniversary Ale (CA)

A golden-brown India pale ale dry-hopped exclusively and abundantly with El Dorado hops. $7 goblet 8.5%


30) Ithaca Rustic Harvest (NY)

This new red IPA boasts in your face hops and rye with a big earth and spice aroma that is fun, balanced, and ready to invade your taste buds. $7 goblet 7.2%


31) Abita Purple Haze (LA)

American Wheat Ale brewed with fresh raspberries.

$6 pint 4.8%


32) Dark Horse Scotty Karate Scotch Ale (MI)

This beer is a big, full bodied Scottish ale that tastes like a smokey chocolate chip cookie. $6 goblet 9.75%


33) Guinness Irish Stout (IRE)

34) Ithaca Dark Vine (NY)

A hoppy black IPA bursting with so much flavor that you might think you’re tasting double. Intensely floral nose, surprisingly light body, and strong bitter finish.

$7 goblet 9.5%


35) Allagash Dubbel (ME)

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


36) Ommegang Three Philosophers (NY)

Caramel malt and alcohol both arriving together for a huge taste that moves with assertiveness through a palate.

$8 goblet 9.7%