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1

1.040 OG

18.0 SRM

0.53 BU:GU

21 IBU

Dark Mild

Dark Mild

A dark, low-gravity, malt-focused British session ale readily suited to drinking in quantity. Refreshing, yet flavorful, with a wide range of dark malt or dark sugar expression.

131 kCal

3.9% ABV

2

1.047 OG

10.0 SRM

1.23 BU:GU

58 IBU

American Pale Ale

American Pale Ale

A pale, refreshing and hoppy ale, yet with sufficient supporting malt to make the beer balanced and drinkable. The clean hop presence can reflect classic or modern American or New World hop varieties with a wide range of characteristics. An average-strength hop-forward pale American craft beer, generally balanced to be more accessible than modern American IPAs.

155 kCal

4.8% ABV

Den
3

1.040 OG

35.0 SRM

0.00 BU:GU

0 IBU

Root Beer

Non-beer: Soda

146 kCal

0.0% ABV

4

1.068 OG

35.0 SRM

0.84 BU:GU

57 IBU

Stout

Irish Extra Stout

A fuller-bodied black beer with a pronounced roasted flavor, often similar to coffee and dark chocolate with some malty complexity. The balance can range from moderately bittersweet to bitter, with the more balanced versions having up to moderate malty richness and the bitter versions being quite dry.

230 kCal

6.9% ABV

Conditioning
5

1.044 OG

14.0 SRM

0.48 BU:GU

21 IBU

Irish Red Ale

Irish Red Ale

An easy-drinking pint, often with subtle flavors. Slightly malty in the balance sometimes with an initial soft toffee/caramel sweetness, a slightly grainy-biscuity palate, and a touch of roasted dryness in the finish. Some versions can emphasize the caramel and sweetness more, while others will favor the grainy palate and roasted dryness.

145 kCal

4.5% ABV

6

1.072 OG

21.0 SRM

0.74 BU:GU

53 IBU

Old Ale

Old Ale

An ale of moderate to fairly significant alcoholic strength, bigger than standard beers, though usually not as strong or rich as barleywine. Often tilted towards a maltier balance. “It should be a warming beer of the type that is best drunk in half pints by a warm fire on a cold winter’s night” – Michael Jackson.

242 kCal

8.1% ABV

7

1.046 OG

22.0 SRM

0.61 BU:GU

28 IBU

Smoked Habanero Brown Ale

Spice, Herb, or Vegetable Beer

A harmonious marriage of SHV and beer, but still recognizable as a beer. The SHV character should be evident but in balance with the beer, not so forward as to suggest an artificial product.

152 kCal

4.7% ABV

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