We a specially engineered draft beer system which delivers beer at 29 degrees or less right from the tap! We maintain a broad selection of beers on draft and bottles and we are constantly adding more.

of  beers on draft and bottles and  we are constantly adding more.  The following is a partial listing.We a specially engineered draft beer system which delivers beer at 29 degrees or less right from the tap!  We maintain a broad selection
of  beers on draft and bottles and  we are constantly adding more.  The following is a partial listing.

From our 29 degree Tap!

Woodchuck Pear Cider:
Made in the Green Mountain Cidery in Middlebury, Vermont, Woodchuck is a light, pear-flavored cider that mixes surprisingly well with other stouts and lagers. This cider is especially good for the non beer drinkers! Easy to drink and delicious, it pairs well with most light dishes.
Stella Artois:
First brewed in Leuven, Belgium in 1366 as a Christmas beverage. The name “Stella” literally means “star” and was named for the Star of Christmas. “Artois” was the name of the Brewer. Enjoy the crisp, full flavor of this malted beer, golden in color with an almost bready aftertaste. Pairs well with cheeses, fried potatoes and curries.
Shiner Black:
 Also known as Shiner ’97(there is a ’98 and ’99), this beer is true to its name with a pitch black pour and a creamy white head that dissipates quickly. The “Shiner” taste is there, and the Spoetzle Brewery has outdone itself by adding roasted barley and chocolate flavors to this most  excellent beer. Goes great with beef or lamb and is very nice with sharp cheeses.
This English brew has a slightly lower alcohol content and less bite than Harp. It is considered an English Bitter, a British term for Pale Ale. Also good with fish, fried potatoes or curries.
First Brewed in Ireland in 1759. Distinguished as THE Import Beer from the Isles. Black to a rich ruby color, melting into a creamy white head. Heavily roasted barley and a slight bitter finish. Pairings: Prime Minister, Banger Burger, Guinness Sundae.
The best selling premium Irish Import Lager. Characterized by its rich golden color and light hoppy taste. Another beer from the Guinness breweries at Dundalk. Great when paired with fish, fried potatoes or curried dishes.
First brewed in 1847 by J.C. Jacobsen in Denmark, who pioneered steam brewing and refrigeration. Light, hoppy and full-flavored. One of the most popular Import Lagers in the world. Pairings: Fish, Steaks, Irish Whisky!
Paulaner Hefeweisen:
Naturally cloudy, the special top-fermented yeast gives this beer its unmistakable flavor. Natural fruit, minerals, and micro elements remain in this beer because of the unfiltered method of brewing. Some enjoy it with a slice of citrus fruit but it’s great without as well. Pairings: Smoked Salmon, Cheeses, Salads.

By The Bottle

Fat Tire:
By the New Belgium Breweries in Colorado. An Amber beer with a pleasant, earthy undertone. Medium-bodied but light, it has an almost biscuity, smoky aftertaste. Brewer founder Jeff Lebesch started New Belgium after bicycling through Europe. Goes well with cheeses, fish and anything with grill marks!
Kronenburg 1664:
Kronenburg is a fairly medium intensity, European Pale Lager brewed in Brasseries Kronenburg, France. It has a golden straw color with a bready bouquet. The flavors are malt, floral, honey and citrus, with a hoppy, bitter-sweet taste.
Mackeson XXX:
William and Henry   Mackeson brewed their first Milk Stout in the 19th Century in Hythe, England. Milk Stouts are generally full-bodied and creamy, with a chocolate or oatmeal taste. Beers of this type are produced by using milk sugars in the fermenting process. Mackeson is considered very fine mainstream Milk Stout, with a full mouth and sweet, creamy finish that lasts long after you swallow. This beer is a great after-dinner beer that substitutes as a dessert for most. You can almost eat it with a fork!
Another of the Heavenly Beers... First brewed in 1872 by Bavarian Monks of the Maredsous Abbey and then by the Duvel Brewers in 1963. but still overseen by Brothers from the Abbey. Characteristics include a beautiful, red-hued amber color, an effervescent amount of carbonation and a wonderfully fruity bouquet. Maredsous’s taste is an explosion of earthy pepper and cinnamon tones mixed with a light, fruity and slightly hoppy mouth. For a Dubbel-style beer, this beer is surprisingly light and is tasty with any grilled food and goes very well with light cheeses and breads.
Newcastle beer was born in 1770 in Newcastle, England by brewer John Barras at the Gateshead Brewery. Newcastle Brown was first brewed in 1927 by Master Brewer Jim Porter and immediately won gold medals at the 1928 International Brewers Competition. It is a rich brown  color, with a bubbly head that dissipates quickly. This brew has a nutty, grainy flavor with an enjoyable, subtle sweetness. It tends to be very mildly hoppy with a slight creamy finish.
Old Speckled Hen:
First brewed in Abington, Oxfordshire to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the MG Motorcar. The name comes from the derivation of “Owld Speckled ‘Un” which is a phrase locals used to refer to rusty old motor cars! Ruby-red to orange in color, this beer has a frothy head that dissipates quickly with littles lace left in the glass. It has a nice, smooth and well-balanced taste that is not too hoppy or malty, with subtle hints of caramel or vanilla.
Red Stripe:
It’s BEER! Hooray Beer! Red Stripe was first brewed in 1928 by Thomas Hargraves and Eugene Desnoes at the Surrey Road Brewery in the heart of downtown Kingston, Jamaica. The beer itself is a soft amber color with no real smell and a light, foamy head that dissipates very quickly. The flavor has a light, malty, grainy taste with a robust finish. Red Stripe is definitely a beer you could both drink on a beach or as a treat on a hot Texas day!
Another in the venerable line of Guinness brews, Smithwick’s is what Irish Reds should be judged by. Deep ruby- amber color, white, creamy head that dissipates and leaves a frosty lace all the way down, and has toasted malt and slightly smoky aroma. The taste is full-flavored and the mouth feel is medium carbonated with a smooth, drinkable finish.
Strongbow Cider:
Named after Richard de Clare, an Anglo-Saxon knight who later became the Earl of Pembroke. De Clare was famous for using Welch longbow men devastatingly against his enemies, who nicknamed him the “Strongbow”. Strongbow is the U.K.’s most popular cider and is closely  related to our own Woodchuck Cider. Cider has a fruity crisp taste that is refreshing, clean and not over-filling.
St Peter’s Cream Stout:
St Peter’s Hall dates back to 1280 but has only (relatively) been converted in to a Brewery. Fuggle and Challenger hops blended with local British malts create St. Peter’s, which has won two gold medals in international brewing competitions (’03 and ’04). The beer itself is pitch black, with a soft, creamy sweetness and hints of coffee and dark chocolate. This Milk Stout has a light head that leaves lace all the way to the bottom. If you are a fan of Milk Stouts it’s a must  with our Guinness Sundae!
Young’s Double Chocolate Stout:
 Brewed by Wells and Young Brewing Company, a juggernaut of a brewery with over 205 pubs and 50 medals in its short 40 years. These guys know their brew! The Double Stout is a deep, dark brown with a dun- colored, thick head and a strong chocolate aroma with undertones of coffee. The taste is a sweet, chocolaty, egg crème and cocoa with a hint of coffee...a phenomenal dessert beer! It’s creamy, full and long-lasting. After you swallow it down, it has a slight bite at the end.
Bass Ale:
First brewed by William Bass in 1777. The Bass Triangle Bass Breweries were pioneers in marketing, being the first to trademark their logo. Bass is light golden in color, almost like a cider. The flavor is full and grainy and finishes with a slight, almost fruity sweetness. Green apple peels are said to be used in the distillation. This beer’s light but full-mouthed grain flavors lend it to many foods, from heavy stews to fish and chips.
A true Trappist beer! First brewed very long ago by Monks, Trappist beers are both unfiltered and flavorful. First brewed at the Abbey Notre-Dame de Scourmonte in 1850 in order to meet the financial needs of the Monastery and Community, Chimay is light, sweet and rich in flavor. It compliments bold dishes.
A Scottish Ale brewed by Belhaven Breweries. Dark amber in color with aromas of caramel and roasted malt. This beer pours smoothly and has a white, creamy head with lots of lace. Goes well with meats, especially with lamb or wild game such as duck.
First brewed in the Netherlands in 1863, Heineken was the first Import Lager in America. It was brought here in 1880 and was also the first import to be “re-imported” in 1933 after Prohibition. Heineken is viewed as a Euro Pale Lager and is typified by its grainy, hoppy, light flavor.
Blue Moon:
An American reproduction of a Belgium style White. Like Paulaner, this beer is unfiltered, which is why it has a distinctive, cloudy, almost orange tint. The original Brewer is Blue Moon Breweries in Toronto, but Coors does most of the bulk brewing here in the States. Main flavors are white wheat, orange peel and coriander. Light and airy, this beer goes well with most dishes.
 First brewed in 1925 by Cervezeria Modelo in Mexico City and first imported to the U.S. in 1979. Corona is now the top selling beer in Mexico and one of the best selling beers in the world! Typically described as a neutral-flavored beer, most drink it with the ubiquitous lime. In  recent years, new recipes have appeared: A Red Corona is a Corona with a shot of Grenadine, and the Diver Down is a Corona with a shot of Bacardi Limon.
Dos Equis:
The opposite of Corona! Strong-flavored lager that truly goes well with seared or grilled meats. Dos Equis was created in 1900 by Master Brewer William Haase at the Cuauhtemoc Moctezuma Brewery in Guatemala. The flavor is crisp, bold and considered by some to be the best of the Mexican Lagers.