Ayinger Brauweisse (Aying) a full-bodied, very soft and mild with a lively, champagne-like sparkle wheat beer (5.1% ABV)
Ayinger Celebrator (Aying) a doppelbock with a mild fullness and coffee tone in the first taste that become more dominant
with the aftertaste (6.7% ABV)
Hofbräu Original (Munich) a full-bodied and well-balanced lager with a truly fine hops aroma (5.1% ABV)
Hofbräu Delicator (Munich) an amber colored doppelbock with a hoppy and nutty taste (7.5% ABV)
Hofbräu Dunkel (Munich) a Munich style dark lager with subtly spicy and rich flavors (5.5% ABV)
Hofbräu Hefeweizen (Munich) a wheat beer distinguished by its unforgettable refreshing and fruity taste (5.1% ABV)
Hofbräu Maibock (Munich) Munich’s oldest bock beer dating back to 1614, seasonal (7.2% ABV)
Hofbräu Oktoberfest (Munich) same batches that are served at the Hofbräu Oktoberfest tent, seasonal (6.3% ABV)
Hofbräu Märzen Oktoberfest (Munich) a darker märzen style Oktoberfestbier that’s available all year around (6.3% ABV)
Bitburger (Bitburg) a light yellow bodied pilsner from central western Germany with sweet grainy and grassy flavors. Germany’s #1 selling draught beer with the classic slogan “Bitte ein Bit” (4.8% ABV)
König Pilsener (Duisburg) a crisp light pilsener from northwestern Germany with a smooth finish with mildly hoppy and nutty flavors (4.9% ABV)
Spaten Lager (Munich) a crisp and refreshing lager with hints of citrus and hoppy flavors (5.2% ABV)
Spaten Oktoberfest (Munich) a dark märzen style that continues to be the standard of Oktoberfest biers, full flavored with an exceptionally smooth finish (5.9% ABV)
Warsteiner Dunkel (Warstein) a ruby-brown colored dark pilsener from northwestern Germany with rich smooth taste and an intense aroma from the roasted barley malt (4.9% ABV)



Carlsberg (Copenhagen, Denmark) a pilsener with golden color and delicate smell of hops and malt, medium-bodied, dry and well proportioned with a characteristic hop bitterness (5.0% ABV)
Guinness Draught (Dublin, Ireland) a classic Irish dry stout with hints of coffee and caramel flavor. Drinks creamy and velvety smooth (4.2% ABV)
Kronenbourg 1664 (Strasbourg, France) a lager with a noble history, characterized by its fine taste (5.0% ABV)
Stella Artois (Leuven, Belgium) a pale lager with a touch of sweetness, a body dominated by grainy malt and mild corn flavors, and a light but noticeable residual bitterness that sets it apart from other lagers (5.2% ABV)
Stiegl (Salzburg, Austria) a pilsener mildly hopped with a typical refreshing beer bouquet, golden color, a magnificent fine head and pleasant aftertaste (4.9% ABV)
Stiegl Grapefruit Radler(Salzburg, Austria) a blend of grapefruit juice with Stiegl pilsener that’s refreshing on a hot summer day or a Sunday afternoon. Time-tested German/Austrian classic, seasonal (2.5% ABV)



Super Premium German BottlesAyinger Brau-Weisse (wheat)
Ayinger Ur-Weisse (dark wheat)
Brauerei Heller Rauchbier Urbock (bock)
Julius Echter (wheat)
Reissdorf Kolsch (kolsch)
Schneider Aventinus (doppelbock)
Schneider Weisse (wheat)
Siinner Kolsch (kolsch)
Weihenstephaner Hefedunkel (dark wheat)
Weihenstephaner Korbinian (doppelbock)
Weihenstephaner Kristal! (filtered wheat)
Weihenstephaner Vitus (bock wheat)
Premium German BottlesBeck’s
Einbecker Schwarzbier
Konig Ludwig Weissbier
Leibinger Zeppelin
Paulaner Hefeweizen
Spaten Optimator
Weihenstephaner Original


Premium Domestics Bottles / CansAce Cider (Sebastopol, CA)
Alaskan (Juneau, AK)
Angry Orchard (Cincinnati, OH)
Austin Eastciders (Austin, TX)
Avery (Boulder, CO)
Brooklyn (Brooklyn, NY)
Founders (Grand Rapids, Ml)
Karbach (Houston, TX)
Original Sin (New York, NY)
Oasis (Austin, TX)
Oskar Blues (Longmont, CO)
Schilling Cider (Seattle, WA)
Shiner Bock (Shiner, TX)
Southern Star (Conroe, TX)
Real Ale (Blanco, TX)
Uinta (Salt Lake City, UT)
Upslope (Boulder, CO)
Wasatch (Salt Lake City, UT)
OthersBud Light
Coors Light
Miller Light
Michelob Ultra
Dos Equis

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