WHAT'S ON TAP

At STANDINGS, we take our beer very seriously and we believe in variety. We focus on American handcrafted ales and microbrews and we're focused on trying to bring you the best offerings from around the country. That's why we constantly rotate our beer lines so that there's always something new and interesting on tap.  We have some old favorites return again and again, but, in general, we change our list every 1-2 weeks.

Here's a sampling of what you might find on tap...

This Week: 1/14/18

Abita Christmas Ale (2017)

Abita Brewing Company
Covington, LA
5.5% ABV

Our Christmas Ale is a brown ale that is brewed with ten types of malted barley and fermented with American Ale yeast. It is brewed with pale malt as well as a combination of caramel, Munich, chocolate, and roasted malts. It is hopped and dry hopped with Columbus, Cascade, Centennial, and Amarillo and has a nice piney and citrus hop flavor and aroma. The result is a flavorful brown ale that is sweet and malty with a pleasant hop aroma.

Bell's Christmas Ale 2017

Bell's Brewery
Comstock, MI
7.5% ABV

This traditional Scotch Ale is rich and malty with notes of caramel and a warm finish. Certain to make any occasion festive, or at least a bit more bearable.

This traditional Scotch Ale is rich and malty with notes of caramel and a warm finish. Certain to make any occasion festive, or at least a bit more bearable. Enjoy with the company of friends and family.

Downeast Drier Sides Cider

Downeast Cider House
Charlestown, MA
5.3% ABV

A contemporary rendition of a classic style, Joe’s is hopped with purpose: beautifully bitter and dry with an abundance of floral, Noble German hops.

Heavy Seas Loose Cannon IPA

Heavy Seas Beer
Halethorpe, MD
7.25% ABV

A little pecan wood added to the firkin rounds out the bold hop flavor of this floral IPA. DRINK LOCAL!!!

A little pecan wood added to the firkin rounds out the bold hop flavor of this floral IPA.

Kelso Pilsner

Kelso of Brooklyn
Brooklyn, NY
5.5% ABV

Floral nose, slightly sweet, with a dry finish.

Classic European pils.

Ommegang White

Peekskill Brewery
Cooperstown, NY
5.2% ABV

Light smell with hints of apple and citrus. Sweet and floral taste, light on the palate, no bitterness, and a hint of citrus. Good lacing.

Cloudy and gold colored. Lots of head and carbonation. Witte is our version of the classic Belgian wit or “white” ale. Witte, which is actually Flemish for white, is brewed with malted and unmalted wheat, orange peel, and coriander – offering a refreshing style that showcases the Belgian talent for brewing full-flavored ales that are also light and balanced. It is pale straw in color, slightly hazy from the yeast, and topped with a huge white, fluffy head.

Witte is pleasantly light on the tongue, balanced between malt and wheat sweetness. Hops and spice with a subtle clove note backed by flavors of lemon and sweet orange give way to a dry, crisp, refreshing finish.

Revolution Fistmas Ale

Revolution Brewing Company
Chicago, IL
6.1% ABV

Red ale brewed for the holiday season with specialty malts to achieve a beautiful deep red hue and the aromas of fresh baked bread, caramel, and stone fruits.

Steeped with ginger root and orange peel.

Saranac Caramel Porter

F.X. Matt Brewing Company
Utica, NY
5.4% ABV

This is a traditional dark English style porter with a sweet caramel flavor, making it a very attractive beer to people who don’t usually like dark beer.

We use East Kent Goldings hops, a very traditional English ale hop, which has roots back to the late 1700s. The other hops, Willamette, is a U.S. grown variety although it has a lot of the same characteristics as an English ale hop.

Southern Tier Live

Southern Tier Brewing Company
Lakewood, NY
5.5% ABV

Hops dominate, then mingle with the malt, and end on a dry finish in this homage to the microorganisms that make our beer.

Troegs Mad Elf

Tröegs Brewing Company
Hershey, PA
11.0% ABV

This ruby red holiday offering combines sweet and sour cherries, Pennsylvania honey, and chocolate malts for a palate-warming experience.

The holidays at Tröegs start with our inner Mad Elf momentarily taking over the brew deck. So blame “him” for this cheerful ruby red creation reminiscent of ripened cherries, raw honey and cocoa with notes of cinnamon, clove and allspice.