Beer

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2SP Dunk AF
Style: Dark/Amber Lager
Origin: Aston, PA
This beer is crisp, clean, and complemented with chocolate & raisin notes. 5% ABV.

B. Nektar Tuco-Style Freakout
Style: Specialty Beer
Origin: Ferndale, MI
Tart lime engulfs the tongue followed by a creamy sweetness of honey and agave. Medium bodied with a lime pith bitterness on the semi-dry finish. A zip of acidity adds to the wonderful balance of the sweet, tart, and bitter flavors. 6% ABV.

Ballast Point Wahoo Wheat
Style: Wheat/White/Weizen
Origin: San Diego, CA
Flaked unmalted wheat, oats and malted barley comprise the grain. The unmalted wheat has a high protein content, which causes the beer to be hazy, thus giving it a cloudy, or “white” appearance. A special yeast gives a refreshing tangy flavor. The mild hopping allows the unique malts to show through and does not conflict with the subtleties of the citrus spicing. This unique citrus character is created by adding a blend of curacao (bitter orange), sweet orange and coriander to the boil.

Boulevard The Calling
Style: IPA
Origin: Kansas City, MO
Our most heavily hopped beer ever bursts forth with unmistakable tropical fruit and pine hop aromas and flavor supported with a slightly sweet malt character, tapering to a crisp, dry finish. 8.5% ABV.

Bullfrog Farmhouse Cider
Style: Cider
Origin: Williamsport, PA
Fresh, rustic, unfiltered apple cider fermented with house wild yeast culture. Some variations brewed with apricots. 5.5% ABV.

Cape May Misty Dawn
Style: Saison/Farmhouse Ale
Origin: Cape May, NJ
What used to be CMBC’s signature Cape May Saison has gone through a rebrand. Renamed for the wooden boat formerly owned and later scutted by the family of CMBC co-owner Ryan Krill, this brew is fruity and spicy with an earthy aroma, thanks to coriander, sweet orange peel, and lots of Saaz hops in the kettle. The original Misty Dawn may have sunk off the coast of Cape May, but this beer is sure to float your boat. 6.2% ABV.

De Proef Flemish Primitive
Style: Belgian Golden/Blonde Ale
Origin: Belgium
Fermented three times with two different yeasts, including a strain of brettanomyces – the “wild yeast” of lambic brewing. Pale golden color with an enormous rocky white head. Brett and spicy aromatic notes, with a malty-juicy note on the palate. Finishes with Brett and dry hop notes. 9% ABV.

Deschutes Obsidian
Style: Stout
Origin: Bend, OR
Smooth and black, like the volcanic rock, Obsidian Stout is a solid, satisfying beer with a rich roasted-malt flavor. 6.4% ABV.

Dieu Du Ciel Peche Mortel
Style: American Double / Imperial Stout
Origin: Quebec, Canada
Péché Mortel (French for “Mortal Sin”) is an intensely black and dense beer with very pronounced roasted flavours. Fair trade coffee is infused during the brewing process, intensifying the bitterness of the beer and giving it a powerful coffee taste. Péché mortel is brewed to be savored; we invite you to drink it in moderation.

Forest & Main Bikini Blindness
Style: American IPA
Origin: Ambler, PA
IPA hopped with Cashmere, Polaris, and Simcoe. 5.75% ABV.

Levante Birra di Levante
Style: Pilsener/Pale Lager
Origin: West Chester, PA
No commercial description.

Philadelphia Brewing Company Kenzinger
Style: Kolsch
Origin: Philadelphia, PA
Crisp, light bodied, golden beer combining premium German Pilsener malts and American grown noble hops. 4.5% ABV.

Singlecut Workers Are Going Home
Style: IPA
Origin: Queens, NY
And when they get home they’re cracking open this super soft and smooth, stone fruit / mild tangerine / gentle pine resin IIPA that drinks like a much more sessionable brew. Hey it’s nice to know every day has its night. 8% ABV.

Tired Hands Professional Network
Style: IPA
Origin: Ardmore, PA
Simcoe Pale Ale. Brewed with spelt and a bit of very light caramel malt. Hopped exclusively with our dear friend Simcoe. Delicate, zesty and tropical. Notes of kiwi, orange blossom, light honey, apricot, and green strawberry. 5.1% ABV.

Updated: 03/23/17
Descriptions by Philly Tap Finder