Our beer selection is always changing, always excellent, and always 1717
Easy-drinking, approachable, malt-oriented American craft beer. Well-balanced and clean, our blonde is a refreshing pint without aggressive flavors.
Pairs well with a hot day and a volleyball game.
A pale, refreshing, and hoppy ale, yet with sufficient supporting malt to make the beer balanced and drinkable. The clean hop presence reflects citrus flavors.
Pairs well with a late night bonfire.
An easy-drinking pint, malty and sweet with an initial soft toffee/caramel sweetness, a slightly grainy/biscuity palate, and a touch of roasted dryness in the finish.
Pairs well with that lollipop your kids didn’t finish.
A true Session Ale but big on body. The malt bill is a nice balance between base and specialty grains to give you a more complex small beer. The hops are plentiful but not harsh. Enjoy several without being weighed down.
Pairs well with a steak and a full stomach.
A clean, well-attenuated, flavorful American “lawnmower” beer. Easily drinkable and refreshing, with more character than typical American lagers.
Pairs well with the smell of fresh cut grass and a job well done.
A fairly strong, highly roasted, bitter, hoppy dark stout with the body and dark flavors of coffee and tobacco.
Pairs well with a cigar, or a pipe if you’re fancy. Also the musical stylings of BB King.
Typical New England IPA style beer, big on hops and flavor. Cloudy, smooth, and fruity, with an artfully refined bitterness.
Pairs well with a patio and a light breeze.
Malty, roasty, hoppy, and strong. Despite its high IBUs and ABV or the dark color, this beer has incredible balance. Each component lives with the others in perfect harmony.
ABV 6.9% (nice)
A German roggenbier made from a grist composed of mainly malted rye. Somewhat dry, hazy, and sweet, it tastes of spice, clove, and pepper.