Narragansett Lager


Good enough for Quint while shark’n, good enough for me!!!  Not sure who Quint is?  Well then Robert Shaw is rolling over in his grave!!  This beer is brewed just right for drinking—crisp and refreshing. It’s got more flavor than other premium lagers, yet it’s one of the most drinkable beers in the world.  Narragansett has the highest rating of all domestic premium lagers on, and received the bronze medal for American Lagers at the 2008 World Beer Cup!

Kona Brewing Fire Rock Pale Ale


Fire Rock Pale Ale is a crisp, refreshing “Hawaiian-style” pale ale. Its signature copper color results from the unique blend of specialty roasted malts. The pronounced citrus-floral hop aroma comes from the liberal amounts of Galena, Cascade & Mt. Hood hops added to each brew.


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Harpoon Belgian Pale Ale


The traditional Belgian yeast used for fermentation produces fruity, slightly spicy aromatics. A blend of Pale, Caramel, and Munich malts creates a golden amber hue with malty, sweet notes up front.  A generous addition of Amarillo hops delivers a floral, citrusy hop character throughout and Apollo hops lend a hint of bitterness to the finish.  A great beer as well as a great summer beer!

Jack, Olivia and Audrey


Kristie hanging out with Audrey


Jack enjoying some chips


Olivia contemplating her next move

Ballast Point Big Eye IPA

Measuring in at 7% Alchohol, this IPA has everything to off the true IPA fan!  Pours a beautiful rusty-amber color. Light head with limited lacing. Approach brings heavy hop flavor- wow. Good, rich mouthfeel that finishes very dry. Impressive bitter taste for a traditional IPA. Would purchase this again

Weihenstephaner Original

The Weihenstephan Brewery can trace its roots at the abbey to the year 768, as a document from that year refers to a hop garden in the area paying a tithe to the monastery. A brewery was actually licensed by the City of Freising in 1040, and that is the founding date claimed by today’s modern brewery.  Mild aroma with notes of cereal grains, pils malt, light lemony and herbal hops. Delicate, balanced flavour. Grainy sweetness, a bit crackery, with light lemony bitterness and grassy hops throughout. Slightly spicy in the finish. Delicious. Light bodied with ample carbonation, some crispness and dryness. This stuff is good. Refreshing with excellent balance.