Bud, Miller High Life
Miller Lite, Rolling Rock, Yuengling
Amstel, Sam Adams, Sierra Nevada, Blue Moon, Pacifico, Shiner Bock, Mike’s Hard Lemonade, Smirnoff Ice, Twisted Tea
Twisted Tea, Mike’s Hard Lemonade
Bud Light $3
Seasonal Micros $5
a tall boy…perfect in the Garage or at home
Baker’s is known for its intense, full bodied flavor. It is classic bourbon.
Its smoothness has made it very popular. It’s great bourbon to try first.
finest corn whiskey bourbon made both past and present
some consider Booker’s to be the rarest, absolute best bourbon available.
is for sipping, savoring and sighing. It is bourbon at its finest.
slightly sweeter taste and nose, perfect for the bourbon virgin
“finished” whiskey in original Maker’s barrels lined with special oak staves
America’s oldest commercial still, known for its orange hue & floral perfume
known for its almond, vanilla and marzipan flavors
Espolon Blanco, Combier, juice, sea salt
Bluecoat gin, Chambord, juice
Beam Black, Combier, House made bitters, Carpano, juice
Cytron and Firefly vodkas and fresh squeezed juice
Gosling’s rum, ginger beer
Original Pennsylvania rye whiskey, juice, soda water
Sobi O, fresh squeezed Orange Juice, 7-Up
2008 Ridge Three Valleys, Sonoma, perfectly blended
2007 Red Guitar, Navarre, has a light acidity and fruity flavors
2004 Penfold’s Koonunga Hill, strong tobacco aromas, dark plum fruit and peppery spice
2009 Mendocino Vineyards, Mendocino, perfect with a salad, or as a cocktail white
2009 Bluefeld, Mosel a balance of moderate sweetness with crisp acidity