Thanks to The Mark Dine and Tap (South Bend, IN) for forwarding their tap list for everyone to check out. Quite a nice list they have going on!
St. Bernardus Abt 12 – Village of Watou in West Flanders, Belgium. (10.5% abv) .25 L $9 or .5 L $16
Quadrupel. Water, pumped up from a depth of 150 meters is the basis of all St. Bernardus beers. This water is not only the purest but has also a historical background. Scientists have proved that the water that is pumped up now, is originating from rainfall from the time of Jeanne d’Arc. A dark ivory colored beer with a high fermentation. The show piece of the brewery.
Bell’s Third Coast Old Ale – Kalamazoo, Michigan. (10.2% abv) 12 oz. $6
Old Ale. Notes of burnt caramel & other earthy malt flavors. Designed with vintage aging in mind, the malt aspect is matched to a heavy complement of hops.
Brasserie d’ Achouffe La Chouffe – Achouffe, Belgium. (8% abv) 8 oz. $8
Belgian Strong Ale. Unfiltered blonde beer, which is re-fermented in the keg. Pleasantly fruity, spiced with coriander, light hop taste.
Great Divide Oak Aged Yeti – Denver, Colorado. (9.5% abv) 12 oz. $8
Imperial stout. Oak aging gives a subtle vanilla character, rounding out Yeti’s intense roastiness and huge hoppy nature.
Victory Hop Devil IPA – Downingtown, Pennsylvania. (6.7% abv) 16 oz. $6
IPA. Bold, spicy and menacingly delicious, this American-hopped India Pale Ale offers an aromatic punch and then follows through with a lasting, full-bodied finish.
Hacker-Pschorr (Hefe) Weisse – Munich, Germany. (5.5% abv) .5 L $6
German Hefeweizen. Banana, with fairly subtle hints of lemonpeel and cloves & some lingering clove spiciness.
Greenbush Anger – Sawyer, Michigan. (7.6% abv) 16 oz. $6
Black IPA. Belgian dark malts and dry-hopped for intense aroma.
Bitburger Pils – Bitburg, Germany. (4.8% abv) 16 oz. $6.50
German Pilsener. Brewed with the best of ingredients in the same traditional way it has been for many, many years.
Great Divide Old Ruffian – Denver, Colorado. (10.2% abv) 12 oz. $7
Barley wine ale. Seemingly mellow at the start with subtle fruit aromas and complex caramel sweetness, it quickly becomes aggressive with its bold hop flavors and huge hop bitterness. Ultimately, the big body, succulent sweetness and massive hop character come together to work wonders on your palate.
Left Hand Sawtooth Ale – Longmont, Colorado. (5.3% abv) 16 oz. $6
Nitrogen ESB. Well balanced, with significant hop character, medium body, and a maltiness which increases in evidence as the beer warms to its “proper” drinking temperature.
Three Floyds Jinx Proof – Munster, Indiana. (5.1% abv) 16 oz. $6
Pilsner. This refreshing continental-style pils has a light body combined with a pronounced noble hop aroma and a crisp dry finish. This is the perfect beer for easy flavorful drinking.
Three Floyds Arctic Panzer Wolf – Munster, Indiana. (9% abv) 12 oz. $9
Imperial IPA. A massive IPA that will leave your palate it’s hapless victim.