A beer lover’s
Over 75 of the finest imported beers available as well as a great selection of domestic and micro-brews.
We serve inventive variations on traditional English pub fare, fresh salads and our famous pizza.
Join Our Beer Club
Complete the Beer Club Tour to earn a Beer Club T-shirt, Custom Beer Stein, and get your quote on the wall.
Meet OurPale Ale
What is a Pale Ale?Pale Ales are hugely varied, from balanced drinkable English best bitters to super hoppy, aromatic American IPAs.
Tasting notes: Bitter, often with tropical or citrus flavors
Pairs with: Hamburgers, Mexican food and fish and chips
2.8 - 10%+ ABV
What is a Hefeweizen?Hefeweizen, or wheat beers are hazy and mostly golden. The most famous examples come from Bavaria and Belgium.
Tasting notes: Banana, bubblegum, clove and tangy citrus
Pairs with: Goes great with spicy food (ie. Mexican, Indian, Thai) and eggs
4.5% - 8% ABV
Meet OurTraditional Bock
What is a Traditional Bock?The bock is a malty, sweet beer with a toasty flavor and a dark copper color, generally more robust than your typical lager.
Tasting notes: Smooth deep maltiness, and slightly sweet fruit flavors
Pairs with: Red meat, pork, ham, vegetables, chocolate and sharp cheeses
6.3 - 7.5% ABV
Meet OurAmerican Lager
What is an American Lager?The vast majority of Lagers are golden, but not all, this is a varied and fascinating style of beer.
Tasting notes: Peppery, clean, some gentle sweetness
Pairs with: Fried fish, roast pork, pepperoni pizza, tandori dishes
4.5% - 8% ABV
Meet OurAmber Ale
What is an Amber Ale?These are beers like Mild and Brown Ale, which rely on malt rather than hops for their full-flavored character.
Tasting notes: Nuts, caramel, toasted
Pairs with: Roasts, barbecues, lasagne/spaghetti and mushroom dishes
2% - 6% ABV
What is a Stout?Stouts and Porters owe their awesome flavor and color to the dark roasted grains used to make them.
Tasting notes: Chocolate, coffee, roasted, dry
Pairs with: Grilled meat, sausages, rich chocolate cake, stews and oysters
4% - 12% ABV