26 Beers on Tap!

On Tap

We offer 26 different tap beers including select German imports and local microbrews.  Our selection is constantly changing to reflect the diversity of the craft beer movement.
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Updated on 2/20/2018

Abita Brewing Company (Abita Srings, Louisiana)

Purple Haze - Raspberry Lager (4.2%):

Purple Haze is a lager brewed with real raspberries added after filtration. Pilsner and wheat malts, along with Vanguard hops, give the brew its backbone, while the berries add a fruity aroma, a tartly sweet taste and a subtle purple tint or "haze". You may even see fruit pulp in the beer.

Ale Asylum Brewery (Madison, Wisconsin)

Bedlam - Belgian IPA (7.4%):

This beast is a beauty. It is heavily hopped and fiercely aggressive, with an unmistakable aroma and flavor profile in a sea on India pale ales. What started as an experiment in our original brewery has gone on to become of the highest rated Belgian-style IPAs in the world.

Hopalicious - American Pale Ale (5.8%):

Eleven separate additions of cascade hops gives this American pale ale its lush citrus aroma and bold hop flavor without crazy bitterness.

Bells Brewery (Kalamazoo, Michigan)

Two Hearted - American IPA (7.0%):

Well suited for adventurous trips to the Upper Peninsula. American malts and enormous Centennial hop additions give this brew its characteristic grapefruit & pine aroma with a refreshingly crisp finish.

Blue Moon (Golden, Colorado)

Belgian White - Witbier (5.4%):

A sweet, unfiltered wheat ale brewed with a touch of coriander and a blend of Navel and Valencia orange peel.

Capital Brewery (Middleton, Wisconsin)

Maibock - Maibock/Helles Bock (6.2%):

Capital’s spring seasonal is a deep golden lager with a flavorful, yet smooth presence. When you see this Maibock hit the tap lines, you know things are about to get better... including the weather!

Special Pilsner - German Pilsner (4.7%):

This German-style brew is made with malts and hops imported from Europe. The slight sweetness of the pilsner malt is perfectly balanced by the clean, dry bitterness of the German noble hops. One of the original Garten Brau beers, Capital Pilsner has truly stood the test of time.

Central Waters Brewing (Amherst, Wisconsin)

Satin Solitude - Imperial Stout (7.5%):

A liplickingly creamy stout prized for its drinkability. Satin Solitude is crafted with a mix of specialty malts, ranging from caramel and chocolate to roasted barley, to achieve its deep, dark appearance and satin-smooth finish.

Crispin Cider Company (Colfax, California)

Crispin Original - Hard Apple Cider (5.0%):

Crisp and refreshing, Crispin Original is made from fresh-pressed Washington and Oregon apples, and is perfect for a summer afternoon. Certified Gluten-Free.

Deschutes Brewery (Bend, Oregon)

Fresh Squeezed IPA - American IPA (6.4%):

This American IPA has a juicy citrus and grapefruit flavor profile, almost as if fresh Citra and Mosaic hops were squeezed straight into the bottle. Enjoy.

Goose Island Brewing (Chicago, Illinois)

Keller Märzen - Märzen/Oktoberfest (6.3%):

This unfiltered German Oktoberfest-style lager was brewed in collaboration with Munich's own Spaten Brauerei. Enjoy its rich, toasted malt flavor in every half-liter stein. Prost!

Hop Haus Brewing (Verona, Wisconsin)

Plaid Panther - Scotch Ale/Wee Heavy (8.0%):

Comfortable in the woods yet dressed for any urban encounter. The formidable Plaid Panther will silently seduce your with its smooth and malty overtones. Tempting, seductive, persistent. You've been warned.

Karben 4 Brewery (Madison, Wisconsin)

Fantasy Factory IPA - American IPA (6.3%):

Hopheads crusade on a heroic quest for the holy grail of India Pale Ales. The subconscious composes paradisiacal scenes of malty waves crashing on a ripe lupulin landscape cascading hop flavors and aromas in profuse abundance. With humble confidence we offer this brew as fantasy made reality. Balanced in every detail and gushing resinous, exceptional citrus flavors and aromas that collaborate with soft bready notes surrendered from premium English golden malted barley, this beer is a tropical dreamscape. Epic.

Lady Luck - Imperial Red Ale (7.5%):

More than just a beer to satisfy and soothe - it's an emotional experience. Deepest ruby red and filled with a symphony of flavors including caramel, toffee, raisins and currants that finish with a simple hint of roast and chocolate tones lingering like a half-remembered dream. This gentle giant, balanced with English hops, dominates all senses without destroying the palate. Sexy. As. Hell.

Krombacher Brauerei (Kreuztal, Germany)

Pils - German Pilsner (4.8%):

This genuine premium German pilsner has a distinctive, finely bitter taste and a full-flavored aroma that is true to the style. Expect a clean, bright brew that is perfect for the light beer drinker.

Lagunitas Brewing Company (Petaluma, California)

12th of Never - American Pale Ale (5.5%):

The magical, mystical 12th of Never is a blend of Old and New School hops that play bright, citrus, rich coconut, and papaya-esque flavors, all on a solid stage of English puffed wheat. Tropically hoppy. Light, yet full-bodied. Bright and citrusy. The 12th of Never ale is the epitome of a hop-forward beer expressed in a moderate voice.

Lakefront Brewery (Milwaukee, Wisconsin)

Fixed Gear - American Red IPA (6.8%):

Inspired by the energy and audacity of the fixed gear courier, Lakefront Brewery ran smack into this arresting creation. Fixed Gear is a big, bold American red IPA. It pours a glaring crimson tone with a rocky white head and a brilliant floral-citrus aroma, thanks to an aggressive dry hopping. Its immodest, malty spine and intrepid caramel flavors blow in via gratuitous amounts of 2-row pale and dark caramel malts. A balanced citrus bite comes from Chinook and Cascade hops followed shortly by mild, fruity esters from the ale yeast.

Warped Speed - Scotch Ale (7.5%):

Brewed in the classic scotch ale style of the 1700s, this brew is full-bodied, sweet and smooth with a lightly hopped finish. Its rich caramel malt and toffee flavor is perfectly complimented by subtle notes of dried cherries, plums, raisins and roasted coffee.

Left Hand Brewing Company (Longmont, Colorado)

Milk Stout (Nitro) - Milk Stout/ Sweet Stout (6.0%):

This brew has a rich, malty flavor, an oat-like smoothness and hints of coffee, chocolate and vanilla. Milk sugar in your stout is like cream in your coffee... delicious!

New Glarus Brewing Company (New Glarus, Wisconsin)

Spotted Cow - Farmhouse Ale (4.8%):

This almost wheat beer is brewed with flaked barley and the finest Wisconsin malts. We even give a nod to Wisconsin farmers with a hint of corn. Expect this ale to be fun, fruity and satisfying.

Paulaner Brewery (Munich, Germany)

Weiss - Hefeweizen (5.5%):

This natural wheat beer is Paulaner's best-selling product, and for good reason. Specifically cultivated top-fermented yeast give this brew its hazy orange color, its unmistakable sparklingly mild and fruity flavor, and a delicate yeast character. Very drinkable and perfect for the summer season!

Oktoberfest - Märzen/Oktoberfest (7.2%):

Munich's famous Oktoberfest is a golden brew packed with all of the aromatics and savories that you'd expect from a German Märzen.

Optimator - Doppelbock (7.5%):

Full-bodied with a deep, dark color and rich, roastaed malt flavor. Hints of chocolate, dark dried fruit and caramel add complexity to thes German favorite.

Premium Lager - Munich Helles Lager (5.2%):

This premium brand, bottom-fermented Muncher lager has a full-rounded body with a superb balance between grassy hop bitterness and malty sweetness.

Hell - Munich Helles Lager (5.0%):

This fiendishly drinkable pale-gold lager stays true to its German roots with bready aromas and flavors, a touch of floral hops and a balanced finish. Grab yourself a half-liter of hell today...BTW, 'hell' is German for 'light'. Prost!

Hopsecutioner - American IPA (7.3%):

This light copper IPA has an aroma of fresh pine and citrus, and a strong malt backbone to provide balance to an assertive hop bitterness.