Coles Draft List (1-30-2015)

1) Sierra Nevada Nooner Pilsner (CA)

Nooner is easy drinking yet packed with the big flavor of spicy and floral whole-cone hops. $6 pint 5.2%

2) Unibroue Blanche de Chambly (QUE)

Delicately balances full flavor with a crisp, refreshing taste and subtle hints of spice. $6 pint 5%

 

3) Weihenstephaner Hefe Weissbier (GER)

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

4) Founders Big Lushious (MI)

Big Lushious is a deep, rich stout that’s packed with flavor: roasted malts, all-natural dark chocolate, a subtle suggestion of burnt coffee grounds and a kiss of tart raspberries. $7 goblet 7.8%

 

5) Southern Tier Tier de Garde (NY)

Tier de Garde is akin to a Belgian Tripel crossed with an American IPA. The flavor is bitter and spicy, peppery and grapefruit zest is apparent. $7 goblet 8.1%

 

6) EBC Chocolate Cherry Bomb Nitro (NY)

Imperial Stout brewed with real cherries. $6 pint 8.2%

 

7) Brooklyn Lager (NY)

Firm malt center supported by a refreshing bitterness and floral hop aroma. $6 pint 5.2%

 

8) Ballast Point Black Marlin Porter (CA)

Crafted from a unique blend of roasted and crystallized malts that give it a smooth, chocolaty, caramel profile.

$6 pint 6%

9) Community Beer Works ABV IPA (NY)

Locally brewed IPA for the opening of the Allen Town Burger Venture. $ 6 pint 6%

 

10) Bells Winter White Ale (MI)

A Wheat Ale brewed with American Wheat and a proprietary blend of Hefe and classic Belgian-style yeasts. $6 pint 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) Founders Black Rye (MI)

Reintroduced in 2015, this ale is medium bodied and is well flavored with hints of toffee, nutty undertones and a dry crisp finish. $7 goblet 7.5%

 

13) North Coast Le Merle (CA)

Abundant hops and a Belgian yeast strain contribute exotic aromas of tropical fruit. $7 goblet 7.9%

 

14) Captain Lawrence Winter Ale (NY)

Brewed with our German ale yeast, lightly toasted malts and enhanced with a blend of winter spices this beer should do the trick. $6 pint 6%

15) Smuttynose Smuttanator (NH)

A tasty mixture of German ingredients and good ol’ fashioned New England tenaciousness. Our brewers take 30 hours to brew a single batch of this traditional Double Boc. $7 goblet 9.6%

16) Evil Twin Imperial Doughnut Break (DEN)

Imperial Porter with flavors of sugar, bitter sweet almonds, coffee and insane amounts of doughnuts.

$7.50 goblet 11.5%

 17) Dogfish Head Sixty-One (DE)

The continually hopped India Pale Ale brewed with Syrah grape must. $7 goblet 6.5%

 

18) Southern Tier Tripel Café (NY)

Belgian Style Ale with Green Coffee Beans, Orange Peels & Coriander. $7 goblet 8.8%

19) Ballast Point Sculpin IPA (CA)

The Sculpin IPA is bright with aromas of apricot, peach, mango and lemon. Its lighter body also brings out the crispness of the hops. $7 pint 7%

 

20) Ballast Point Tongue Buckler Imperial Red

Our Tongue Buckler Imperial Red Ale doesn’t pull any punches. This is a big brew with hops and malt in extreme abundance. $7 goblet 10%

 

21) Black Bird Cider (NY)

A semi-sweet, lightly carbonated session draft cider with a sweet apple bouquet and honey notes. $6.25 pint 7.3%

 

22) Ballast Point Grunion Pale Ale (CA)

American Pale Ale with Calypso and Mosaic hops.

$6.50 pint 5.5%

 

23) Dogfish Head 60 Minute (DE)

A powerful East Coast I.P.A. with a lot of citrusy hop character. $6 pint 6%

 

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) Liefmans Cuvee Brut (BEL)

A complex deep-red ale with refreshing balanced tart-sweet taste, strong cherry notes and sparkling carbonation. $8 goblet 6%

27) Allagash Interlude (ME)

Rooted in a Belgian theme, Interlude soars from a second fermentation with our own Brettanomyces yeast. Then takes five in French oak wine barrels that once cellared fine Merlots and Sirahs. $7.50 goblet 9.5%

 

28) Captain Lawrence Moor Monk Wet Hop (NY)

Brewed for Blue Monk, Buffalo & The Moor Pat in Williamsville, with fresh hops from Stone Barns.

 $6 goblet 8%

 

29) Green Flash Palate Wrecker (CA)

The most complicated West Coast–inspired IPA we have ever brewed using almost 6 lbs/bbl of Columbus and Centennial hops to create this very bitter hop monster. $7 goblet 9.5%

30) Sierra Nevada Harvest Ale (CA)

Each fall, hops reach their peak flavor- bursting with aromatic oils that give ales layers of complex flavor and aroma that can only happen at harvest time. $6 goblet 6.7%

31) Abita Purple Haze (LA)

American Wheat Ale brewed with fresh raspberries.

$6 pint 4.8%

32) Founders Dark Penance (MI)

A heavy malt foundation includes Crystal malt for sweetness and just enough Midnight Wheat malt to push the color to black. $7 goblet 8.9%

 

33) Guinness Irish Stout (IRE)

34) Ommegang 3 Philosphers (NY)

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

$8 goblet 9.7%

 

35) Smuttynose Smuttlabs Grisette (NH)

Grisette is country table ale that, historically, was served to the miners of Hainaut province of Southern Belgium. $7 goblet 3.5%

36) Great Lakes High Striker (OH)

Belgian-style golden stricken with spicy, earthy hops and a touch of wheat. $6 goblet 4.8%