Draught List - (Updated 2/14/19)
BEER STYLE ORIGIN SIZE ABV Grimm Shadow Work Dark Sour Denver, CO 8 oz 7.0% $8
Sierra Sierraveza Mexican Lager Chico, CA 16 oz 5.1% $6
Captain Lawrence Smotthie Dreams Fruity Ale Elmsford, NY 8 oz 7.2 % $6
Paulaner Hefeweizen Munchen, GER 22 oz 5.5% $6
Springdale Brigadeiro Oatmeal Stout Framingham, MA 16 oz 7.5% $6
Coniston Bluebird English Bitter Coniston England 12 oz 4.2% $7
Genesee Bock Bock Beer Rochester, NY 16 oz 5.2% $5
Brooklyn Defender IPA Brooklyn, NY 16 oz 5.5% $6
Zero Gravity Keller Pale Lager Burlington, VT 16 oz 4.9% $6
Founders CBS Canadian Breakfast Stout Grand Rapids MI 8 oz 11.7% $8
Fullers London Pride English Pale Ale London, ENG 16 oz 4.7% $6
OT 20 Double IPA Honeoye Falls, NY 16 oz 4.7% $6
Rootstock Hard Cider Williamson, NY 16 oz 4.9% $6
Boddingtons Pub Ale English Pale Ale Manchester, England 20 oz 4.7% $6
Guinness Irish Stout Dublin, Ireland 20 oz 4.2% $6
On Cask -
Seneca Lake Brewing Co. Old Cranleigh English style old ale Seneca, NY 16oz 8.% $6.75
Rohrbach Ida-Who? NEIPA Rochester, NY 16oz 6.7% $6.75
OT20 DIPA Honeyoye Falls, NY 8.2% $6.75
What is cask beer?
Cask beer, AKA “real ale”, is an English tradition. Casks are like kegs, in that they are metal and contain beer, but they are different in two major ways:
1. Cask beer is conditioned / carbonated inside the cask, similar to how champagne/homebrew is carbonated inside the bottle. In cask beer, this results in lower carbonation levels.
2. Cask beer is served at warmer temperatures, (55ºF, versus draft beer, typically served at 38ºF) allowing more flavor to come through. This is what people mean when they say the English drink warm beer. It’s still chilled, but less than draft beer.
Try a hand-pulled cask beer here, today. It’s a rarity these days, and it’s the most English way to drink beer without resorting to hooliganism.