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What’s on Tap?

Beer Name: Kolsch

Available at: At The Railyard, At 2nd Street

Description:

This clean light straw colored ale is much like a lager. It is fermented colder than most of our ales, though not as cold as a true lager. We also use German noble hop varieties to accentuate the lager like qualities of this great summer beer. Gluten-removed with gluten levels at <10 PPM O.G. 1.042, ABV 4.6%, IBU 17

Beer Name: IPA (India Pale Ale)

Available at: At The Railyard, At 2nd Street

Description:

An American style of the super premium English pale ale originally developed to survive the long trip to India. This beer is hopped in the kettle and dry hopped for a sweet floral finish. Gluten-removed beer with gluten levels at < 10 ppm O.G. 1.062, ABV 6.0%, IBU 60

Beer Name: Tres Equis Lager

Available at: At The Railyard, At 2nd Street

Description:

Rod’s Take on the Mexican Classic. This Amber lager features two german hop varieties Perle and Hallertauer. With Subtle notes of caramel and toast, this lager pairs well with any of our spicier dishes
ABV 5.8%, IBU 20

Beer Name: Brown Ale

Available at: At The Railyard, At 2nd Street

Description:

This beer is more oriented on the American side of brown ales. Not bitter, as the hops are added late during the boil for more of it’s aromatic qualities. Notice the fruity nose and chocolate malt flavors to make this what the staff calls a gentle beer.
O.G. 1.068 A.B.V. 5.4% abw. 4.3% IBU 26

Beer Name: Hallifax Strong Pale Ale

Available at: At 2nd Street

Beer Name: Cream Stout

Available at: At The Railyard, At 2nd Street

Description:

This stout is inspired by the sweeter English style and is hopped with fuggles and is fermented with an authentic English yeast strain.
O.G. 1.055, ABV 5.2%, IBU 23

Beer Name: Extra Special Bitter

Available at: At The Railyard, At 2nd Street

Description:

Extra Special Bitter is the premium offering of the tradition English bitter family. The other two are “ordinary” and “special.” Usually not extra bitter on the palate ESB’s feature a very robust caramel malt and fermentation profile. Ours is brewed with English target and Kent golding hops and fermented with a yeast originated from the one and only Fullers brewery in London.
O.G 1.057, ABV 5.5%, IBU 28

Beer Name: Ringwood Red

Available at: At The Railyard, At 2nd Street