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Know Your Craft


From light and fruity to deep and robust, there’s a craft beer for every taste and occasion. 

Shock-Top

SHOCK TOP HONEYCRISP APPLE WHEAT
Unfiltered Belgian wheat beer brewed with sweet apple cider—crisp, refreshing and flavorful!
Type: Belgian Wheat Ale

Sierra-Nevada

SIERRA NEVADA RUTHLESS
Combines the rustic, peppery spice of rye with the bracing citrusy flavor of whole-grain hops.
Type: India Pale Ale    

 

Sam-Adams

SAMUEL ADAMS ALPINE SPRING
Bright citrus balanced with crisp maltiness—the perfect brew for the first warm days of spring.
Type: Unfiltered Lager

Blue-Moon

BLUE MOON VALENCIA GROVE AMBER
Malty orange flavors pair perfectly with chicken. Great with fruit desserts too!
Type: Amber Ale

Wing-Walker-IPA

WING WALKER INDIA PALE ALE
Hearty spice aromas, with a pronounced hoppy finish.
Type: India Pale Ale

Wing-Walker-Belgian-White

WING WALKER BELGIAN WHITE
Bursting with bright spring citrus and subtle spice flavors.
Type: Belgian White Ale


HEAVY OR LIGHT?

Do you like your beer robust, or are you more of a lightweight when it comes to brews? Here are some of the most popular types on both sides of the fence.

Heavier

Belgian Wheat Beer: An unfiltered ale with orange, citrus and coriander flavors. Great pairings: Salads with light citrus dressings, citrus-y dishes like ceviche.

India Pale Ale: Substantial maltiness with a pronounced hoppy flavor. Great pairings: Flavorful, highly spiced dishes like curry; bold desserts like flourless chocolate cake.

Lighter

American Lager: The perfect balance of hops and malt, with a dry, crisp finish. Great pairings: Thai, Pan-Asian, Mexican and other bold, spicy cuisines.

Pilsner: Pronounced hops aroma and bitterness with a refreshing finish. Great pairings: Rich proteins like salmon, tuna, and marbled beef.



Remember, any alcoholic beverage is best enjoyed in moderation and only by those of legal drinking age. Selection varies based on location. See store for complete details. Spirits available only in California, Nevada and Washington.