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This is the first in their new craft beer line to be released

The first brew in Radeberger's new craft beer line, Roog.

Monday night, Oct. 21, Radeberger Gruppe unveiled the first offering of their new craft beer line, Braufactum Roog, at Radegast Hall in Williamsburg, N.Y. Brewmaster Marc Rauschmann was on hand to offer samples of the smoked wheat ale, as well as to discuss both his brewing philosophy and upcoming beers in the Braufactum series.

"There are plenty of banana, chocolate, and nutty flavors for dunkelweizen fans, with interesting bacon and smoky overtones that never get too overpowering." Roog pours a dark reddish-brown with a big tan head, as you would expect of a traditional dunkelweizen. It has a pleasant bready, malty aroma with a hint of smoke. Roog really distinguishes itself with its balanced taste, though. There are plenty of banana, chocolate, and nutty flavors for dunkelweizen fans, with interesting bacon and smoky overtones that never get too overpowering. Rauschmann explained that this was due to them only using 20 percent beechwood smoked malt, as opposed to the higher percentage used in other rauchbiers. The result is a smooth, full flavor that’s easy to drink and doesn’t really get old thanks to the variety of flavors.

Braufactum Roog is 6.6 percent ABV and will be available on draft in beer bars around New York starting in mid-November. Try it with some fresh pretzels and game sausage, as we did at Radegast. In addition to Roog, seven more beers of various styles will be released over the next year as a part of the series. Good to see Germany’s craft beer scene coming to the US with Braufactum!


Radeberger Unveils Braufactum Roog, a Smoked Wheat Ale - Recipes

No one will ever agree on a list of Belgian beer styles, and it has been said the beer culture is too anarchic and creative to admit of one.

Still, accepted categories do exist. You can find them in various books, including Michael Jackson’s iconic early studies. You can find them online, e.g., Beer Advocate’s useful list.

When you look at these materials as well as 19th century sources such as this 1862 National Magazine article and this French-language industrial survey (undated) by Louis Guillaume Figuier, a fuller, consistent pattern emerges.

There are the sour beers of the Brussels area, based on lambic white beers with wheat from Louvain and Hoegaarden spelt-based beer from Liège, now generally called saison brown beer from Malines/Mechelen Trappist beers and the “abbey” group with the brown dubbel as their core the Louvain peeterman, which was a deep yellow, often honey-infused, dextrinous beer. There are today English pale ale-types, e.g., Palm Ale, which have an early 1900s British inspiration. There are a few porters such as, ironically, Monk’s Stout, also of British inspiration, and the Scotch of ditto inspiration. Also Bush beer (Scaldis in some markets), the Burton-type, extra-strong ale developed in the 1930s. And to be sure the oude bruin (old brown) and red ales of Flanders.

I view the strong dark ales of the Trappist and abbey breweries as a sub-set of dubbel: it’s strong brown beer, not heavily hopped. Martin Lodahl, who wrote one of the best short treatments of the Trappist and abbey group, would agree.

I exclude beers which seem clearly to have disappeared including those based on maize, potato or rice, and those which use a hop no longer grown.

This is not exhaustive but sets out the main categories. And today also, there are American-hopped beers or others showing U.S. influence, strong ales such as Delerium Tremens which are hard to classify, and all kinds of fruit beers, some of which are traditional.

Of the 19th century group, none can clearly be pointed to as predecessor of the Trappist dubbel style. Ostensibly closest is the brown beer of Malines, which in the 1862 magazine article above, see pg. 30, is even called a double brown beer. But look at how Louis Figuier described it in the French account mentioned above. He said it was “cut” one-quarter to one-third with beer that had matured 12-18 months to give an old beer taste to the blend. That is not dubbel.

All dubbel I’ve had is clean and non-lactic. Certainly this is so from the Trappists but also for the abbey beers I’ve had: Leffe, Grimbergen, St. Sixtus, St. Feuillen, Brunehaut’s, etc.

Ditto for North American emulations. An “abbey” isn’t sour. Or if it is, it isn’t a traditional dubbel.

The brown beer of Malines, in Second Empire and Third Republic France, was surely similar to the modern Flanders beers which have a decided sour tang: Liefmans Goudenband, say, also Rodenbach’s family of beers. The flagship Mechelen beer today, Gouden Carolus, is sometimes called a dubbel. Whether it falls in the dubbel category may depend whether you feel you can detect a sour tang in it. Some online taste reports suggest there is one, and many don’t mention it. I haven’t had the beer in some years, so can’t say.

My point is, when Westmalle first brewed brown beer 1856 and Chimay commercialized a similar beer in the 1860s, they could not have followed local, secular precedent of any kind. The same thing for Westvleteren’s brown beer first sold 1931. Achel, brewing in modern times from 1999, offers a typical dubbel. Rochefort’s beers have always been in this vein. Only Orval went a different direction in the 1930s with its old-fashioned but English pale ale style, perhaps reflecting the particular influence British brewing had in secular Belgian brewing then.

Another point: if dubbel was really a takeoff on a local, long-established style, the beers from the monasteries in the French part should be saison and/or another Walloon type of the 1800s. The monasteries in Flanders should all have sour red or brown beers, or something like peeterman, or a potato beer. They don’t. This is judging by what they have all made since the 1970s, but given their traditional focus I doubt they would change anything important like a lactic character or a colour. They may ensure their yeast is reliable they may update their equipment, or tinker with abv or a hop they will not change the fundamental style of a signature product.

They might add a new beer though, which appears to be the case for tripel. And it’s not done that often!

The phoenix that Belgian monasteries were in the 1800s made their best beer, and the one first sold to the public, in line with an intramural, Benedictine, international tradition. Dieulouard’s Saint-Laurent Abbey, which I discussed in recent posts, was a major part of that heritage. It was one of the last monastic breweries in the two centuries preceding the French Revolution, but a very successful one.

I very much doubt any of Dieulouard’s beer, Westmalle’s 1856 brown beer, Chimay’s 7.2% beer of 1877, or Westvleteren’s beer sold from 1931, was sour. Dieulouard’s beer was inspired by English brewing tradition and the English, generally, did not appreciate sour beers – I said generally. Sourness had a place in some porter, for a time, and it was part of the profile of some old ale. It may have prevailed in isolated regions, e.g., Bristol and environs. It wasn’t the “taste” of the nation as a whole.

One way we know how Belgium was different is that English and French-language observers often noted that Belgium’s beer in the 1800s was typically sour. Average levels of acidity in English beer may have been higher then than now, but had English beer been as sour as Belgium’s, you wouldn’t read such statements. An example, from 1890, is from this Parliamentary hearing at paragraph 4384.

In addition, English and the top grade of monastic ales were always on the strong side, vs. Belgium’s beers typically consumed by the people the same applies to dubbel and its derivatives.

Trappist and abbey dubbels have no counterpart in traditional, secular Flemish or Wallonian brewing. They also do not derive from whole cloth: they have a separate tradition, elements of which I have described or adverted to.

Note re images: the first image above is Tavern Scene, c.1658, by David Teniers, a Flemish artist. It was sourced from Wikipedia, here . The second image, also from Wikipedia and also in the public domain, was sourced here it shows a beer from Huyghe Brewery in Belgium. Both are believed available for educational and historical use. All feedback welcomed.


Full menus for the 2013 Epcot International Food and Wine Festival

The Marketplace Kiosk menus for the 2013 International Food and Wine Festival have just been released. The 2013 Festival will run from September 27 to November 11 2013. Here is the full run-down of what you can look forward to sampling this year.

Terra

Trick’n Chick’n Curry with Basmati Rice featuring Gardein™ Chick’n Breast

Chili Colorado with House-made Chips and Cashew Cheese featuring Gardein™ Beefless Tips*

Chocolate Cake with Coconut Mousse and Passion Fruit Sauce

The Vegan Vine Chardonnay

Brazil (All-New Menu)

Seared Scallop with Ragout of Tomatoes, Peppers, Hearts of Palm and Steamed Rice

Crispy Pork Belly with Black Beans, Onions, Avocado and Cilantro

Cerveharias Kaiser Brewery Xingu Black Beer

Frozen Caipirinha featuring LeBlon Cachaça

Argentina

Grilled Beef Skewer with Chimichurri Sauce and Boniato Purée

Pascual Toso Sparkling Brut

Terrazas Reserva Torrontes

Kaiken Cabernet Sauvignon

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Australia

Garlic Shrimp with Roasted Tomatoes, Lemon Myrtle and Rapini

Grilled Lamb Chop with Mint Pesto and Potato Crunchies

Pavlova (Crispy Meringue Shell with Fresh Driscoll’s® Berries and Vanilla Custard)

Rosemont Estate Pinot Grigio

Wolf Blass Gold Label Chardonnay

Penfolds Bin 8 Cabernet Shiraz

Mexico

Shrimp Taco with Purple Cabbage

Taco de Ribeye with Salsa de Chipotle

Singapore

Lemongrass Chicken Curry with Coconut and Jasmine Rice

Seared Mahi Mahi with Jasmine Rice and “Singa” Sauce

Marqués de Caceres Satinela

Singapore Sing featuring Hendrick’s Gin and Cherry Herring (garnished with Cherry Man Farm-to-Market All-Natural maraschino cherry)

China

Mongolian Beef in a Steamed Bun

Black Pepper Shrimp with Sichuan Noodles

Silky Spun Ice with Toppings (three flavors: Coconut, Strawberry, Chocolate)

Francis Ford Coppola Su Yuen Riesling

Francis Ford Coppola Su Yuen Syrah

South Korea

Kimchi Dog with Spicy Mustard Sauce

Lettuce Wrap with Roast Pork and Kimchi Slaw

Bohae Black Raspberry Wine – Bokbunjajoo

Soju Fruit Slushy featuring Jinro Chamisul Soju

Africa

Berbere Style Beef with Onions, Jalapeños, Tomato, Okra and Pap

Spinach and Paneer Cheese Pocket

Man Vintners Chenin Blanc

The Wolftrap Red (Syrah, Mourvèdre, Viognier)

Cheese

Almond Crusted Blue Cheese Soufflé with Fig Jam

Artisan Cheese Selection: Flagship Reserve Cheddar, La Bonne Vie Triple Crème Brie, Wijngaard

Once Upon a Vine’s The Lost Slipper Sauvignon Blanc

Once Upon a Vine’s The Fairest Chardonnay

Once Upon a Vine’s The Big Bad Red Blend

Once Upon a Vine’s A Charming Pinot

Brewer’s Collection:

Warsteiner Premium Dunkel

BraufactuM Roog Smoked Wheat Beer

Beer Flight 1: Schöfferhofer Grapefruit, Altenmünster Oktoberfest, Warsteiner Premium Verum, Warsteiner Premium Dunkel

Beer Flight 2: Radeberger Pilsner, BraufactuM Palor, BraufactuM Roog Smoked Wheat Beer, BraufactuM Darkon

Germany

Schinken Nudel (Pasta Gratin with Ham & Cheese)

Roast Bratwurst in a Pretzel Roll

Apple Strudel with Werther’s Original Karamel and Vanilla Sauce

J&H Selbach Bernkasteler Kurfürstlay Riesling Kabinett

Selbach-Oster Mosel Riesling Spätlese

J&H Selbach Bernkasteler Kurfürstlay Riesling Auslese

Weingut Pitthan Dornfelder Dry Barrique Style

Poland

Kielbasa and Potato Pierogie with Caramelized Onions and Sour Cream

Zapiekanki (Toasted Mushroom, Caramelized Onion and Cheese Bread with House-made Ketchup)

Okocim Brewery, Okocim O.K. Beer

Frozen Szarlotka (Apple Pie) featuring Zubrowka Bison Grass Vodka

Italy

Ravioli de formaggio all’emiliana

Salsiccia e ‘Papacelli” Napoletani

American Adventure Coffee Cart:

Shakin’ Jamaican Coffee – Made with Kahlua, Vanilla and Caramel. Served Hot or Frozen

Hops & Barley

Lobster Roll with Lemon Herb Mayonnaise

New England Clam Chowder with a side of Tabasco®

Craisin® Bread Pudding with Grand Marnier Anglaise

Samuel Adams Boston Lager®

Samuel Adams Cherry Wheat®

Iron Horse Fairy Tale Cuvée

Beer Flight 1: Samuel Adams Boston Lager®, Samuel Adams Cherry Wheat®, Samuel Adams Cherry Wheat®, Rogue Chocolate Stout

Florida Local

Florida Grass Fed Beef Slider with Monterey Jack and Sweet & Hot Pickles

Florida Shrimp Ceviche with Fire Roasted Vegetables and Micro Cilantro

Cigar City Brewing Florida Cracker Belgian-style White Ale

Orlando Brewing, Sun Shade Organic Pale Ale

Florida Orange Groves, Hurricane Class 5 White Sangria

Florida Orange Groves, Key Limen-Key Lime Wine

Japan

Teriyaki Chicken Hand Roll

Youki Tofu topped with Miso Sauce, Edamame and Served with Grilled Vegetables

Morocco

New Zealand:

Gratinated Green Lip Mussels with Garlic and Herbs

Lamb Meatball with Spicy Tomato Chutney

Venison Sausage with Pickled Mushrooms, Baby Arugula and Black Currant Reduction

Kim Crawford Pinot Grigio

Kim Crawford Unoaked Chardonnay

Belgium

Potato and Leek Waffle with Braised Beef

Belgian Waffle with Warm Chocolate Ganache and Whipped Cream

Belgian Waffle with Berry Compote featuring Driscoll’s® Berries and Whipped Cream

Beer Flight 1: Hoegaarden, Stella Artois, Leffe Blonde, Leffe Brune

Chilled Coffee featuring Godiva Chocolate Liqueur

France

Escargots Persillade en Brioche (Garlic and Parsley Snails in Brioche)

Boeuf Bourguignon (Braised Short Ribs in Cabernet with Mashed Potatoes)

Crème Brûlée au Chocolat au Lait (Chocolate Milk Crème Brûlée topped with Caramelized Sugar)

Chardonnay, Macon-Villages, La Côte Blanche

Cabernet Sauvignon, Bordeaux, Château Bonnet

Sparkling Pomegranate Kir

Eiffel Sour Cosmo Slush (Vodka, Grey Goose Cherry Noir, Grand Marnier, Cranberry Juice)

Ireland

Lobster and Seafood Fisherman’s Pie

Kerrygold Cheese Selection: Reserve Cheddar, Dubliner with Irish Stout, Skellig

Warm Chocolate Pudding with Bailey’s® Custard

Bunratty Meade Honey Wine

Chilled Irish Coffee featuring Bunratty Potcheen

Canada

Canadian Cheddar Cheese Soup

Seared Rainbow Trout with Bacon, Frisee and Maple Minus 8 Vinaigrette

“Le Cellier” Wild Mushroom Beef Filet Mignon with Truffle Butter Sauce

La Face Neige Apple Ice Wine

Mission Hill Family Estate Syrah

Greece

Taste of Greece: Grilled & Marinated Calamari, Hitipiti, Eggplant Dip, Olives and Pita Bread

Griddled Greek Cheese with Pistachios and Honey

Chicken Gyro with Tzatziki Sauce

Dannon Oikos® Light & Fit Blueberry Greek Yogurt

Domaine Skouras Moscofilero

Domaine Siglas Assyrtiko/Athiri

Refreshment Port

Fried Shrimp with Dole® Pineapple Sweet and Sour Sauce

Fried Chicken Chunks with Dole® Pineapple Sweet and Sour Sauce

Orange Dole® Whip with Crème de Cacao White

Dragon Berry Colada featuring Bacardi® Dragon Berry Rum

Desserts & Champagne

Hazelnut Chocolate Cheesecake

Morello Cherry Pistachio Mousse

Guylian Belgian Chocolate Seashell Truffles

Möet & Chandon Ice Impérial

Möet & Chandon Nectar Impérial Rosé

Hawai’i

Kalua Pork Slider with Sweet and Sour Dole® Pineapple Chutney and Spicy Mayonnaise

Tuna Poke with Seaweed Salad and Lotus Root Chips

Kona Brewing Company’s Big Wave Golden Ale

Kona Brewing Company’s Pipeline Porter

Lucien Albrecht Gewurztraminer Réserve

Aulani Sunrise featuring Ocean Vodka

Scotland (New)

Seared Scottish Salmon with Cauliflower Puree, Watercress and Malt Vinaigrette

Vegetarian Haggis with Neeps and Tatties-Griddled Vegetable Cake with Rutabaga and Mashed Potatoes

Scottish Banoffee Tart with Bananas, Scottish Whisky Toffee, Walkers Shortbread Crumbles and Sweet Cream

Loch Lomond featuring Glenfiddich® 12 year

Glenfiddich® Scotch Flight (12, 15 and 18 year)

Craft Beers

Dogfish Head Brewery, Namaste

Abita Brewing Company, Fall Fest

Leinenkugel’s® Seasonal Shandy, (Summer Shandy/Orange Shandy)

Florida Beer Company, Devil’s Triangle

New Belgium Brewing Company, Fat Tire

Widmer Brothers Brewing®, Alchemy Ale

Red Hook, Audible Ale

Sierra Nevada, Torpedo® Extra IPA

Beer Flight 1: Dogfish Head Brewery Namaste, Abita Brewing Company Fall Fest, Leinenkugel’s® Seasonal Shandy, Florida Beer Company Devil’s Triangle

Beer Flight 2: New Belgium Brewing Company Fat Tire, Widmer Brother s Brewing Alchemy Ale, Red Hook Audible Ale, Sierra Nevada Torpedo®


Wheat Wine Ales

The plan was to brew a barley wine. One day during the mid-&rsquo80s, Phil Moeller met up with a friend to make a batch of that strong, warming winter ale. But a blunder occurred. Too much wheat went into the mash. Before the beer swirled down a drain, samples were poured. &ldquoAs all brewers do, they drank their mistakes and found it delicious,&rdquo says Glynn Phillips, who owns Sacramento, California&rsquos Rubicon Brewing Company, where Moeller became the first brewmaster in 1987. To celebrate the brewery&rsquos first anniversary, in fall 1988, Moeller revisited his delicious gaffe.

Relying on a heavy measure of wheat, Moeller made a rich, brawny ale with a surprising caramel complexity that tipped the scales at more than 10 percent ABV. Despite the heft, Winter Wheat Wine was surprisingly, even dangerously easy-drinking. &ldquoIn the early &lsquo90s we used to sell pitchers of the Winter Wheat Wine,&rdquo says Scott Cramlet, Rubicon&rsquos brewmaster since 1990. &ldquoI&rsquom sure there were some righteous hangovers back then.&rdquo

Since wheat wine&rsquos accidental birth, the intriguingly malleable style has steadily gained a toehold in craft breweries&rsquo lineups, becoming a lighter but no less warming barley wine alternative. In Michigan, Short&rsquos Brewing Company makes its Anniversary Ale with blood orange zest and green peppercorns, while New Hampshire&rsquos Smuttynose Brewing Company ages its Wheat Wine Ale with oak chips. In Missouri, Boulevard Brewing Company has taken the name of its Harvest Dance Wheat Wine literally, formerly adding grape juice when bottling the beer. And what started as an annual fall release for Rubicon has blossomed into a year-round staple.

Against the Grain

There&rsquos no denying that a snifter of barley wine is wonderful on a winter evening. Occasionally, though, versions can border on cloying. It&rsquos a hazard of brewing with loads of malt. Massive amounts are critical for supplying the fermentable sugars that yeasts convert into an elevated alcohol profile, but too much barley, and not enough balancing hops, can create a sweet imbalance.

Adding wheat is not a cure-all, but the grain does diminish some of a big, boozy beer&rsquos potential drawbacks. Used in conjunction with barley, wheat adds smoothness, a touch of tartness, rounds out a beer, and helps with head retention. (Recall the foamy cap atop a freshly poured pint of wheat-focused hefeweizen.) And somewhat counterintuitively, using large percentages of wheat in a stronger beer can add a unique caramelized flavor profile.

&ldquoWhat draws me to the style is that malty, caramel finish that&rsquos different from a barley wine,&rdquo says Phil Wymore, the brewmaster and cofounder of Perennial Artisan Ales in St. Louis, Missouri. When Wymore was looking to build a lineup of high-alcohol beers, he initially thought about a barley wine or an imperial stout&mdashbeers he could brew and bottle quickly, which was important for his fledgling brewery. Then, a brain flash: &ldquoBreweries in St. Louis were already making barley wines, but no one was making wheat wines,&rdquo he says. Familiar with the style from his stint at Chicago&rsquos Goose Island, where a pub brewer made several versions of wheat wine, Wymore released his hop-forward Heart of Gold in October 2011 and gave it an annual slot in his Cellar Series.

While the style&rsquos caramel quirk has appeal, other brewers enjoy that wheat creates a lighter body that, combined with the general lack of stylistic guidelines, provides a perfect platform for experimentation. In Ohio, Jackie O&rsquos Pub & Brewery makes several versions of its honey-driven wheat wine, including the bourbon barrel&ndashaged Bourbon Berry Grove that&rsquos matured alongside cherries and blueberries. For its White Oak, California&rsquos The Bruery blends equal ratios of a bourbon-barreled wheat wine with its strong, hoppy Belgian ale Mischief. (Rubicon has also released a bourbon-barreled wheat wine, as has Perennial.)

On the other hand, Oklahoma City&rsquos COOP Ale Works added alfalfa honey to its Territorial Reserve Wild Wheat Wine Ale and infected it with unpredictable Brettanomyces yeast (the namesake &ldquowild&rdquo), before letting flavors develop for more than a year. &ldquoThe honey dried out the beer and left behind some really nice flavors, and it had a little bit of a tang,&rdquo says cofounder and director of sales and marketing JD Merryweather.

It filled fans&rsquo desire for a flavorful, atypical beer that&rsquos not another hop bomb. &ldquoWhen you brew a beer that deviates from a heavy hop profile, it&rsquos amazing how people respond,&rdquo he says. &ldquoPeople went crazy for the wheat wine.&rdquo

Northern Michigan&rsquos Short&rsquos Brewing also went crazy with its wheat wine. This is no surprise&mdashShort&rsquos is synonymous with wacky, yet winning beers, such as the S&rsquoMores Stout and Key Lime Pie. When selecting a beer to celebrate the brewery&rsquos fifth anniversary, in 2009, creative engineer and brewmaster Joe Short, his production manager and pub brewer merged three different beers they each wanted to make: a wheat wine, a beer with blood oranges, and one with plenty of peppercorns. &ldquoThe smooth, malted wheat base buffers the tartness from the blood orange,&rdquo says Short of what&rsquos become an annual tradition called Anniversary Ale. &ldquoIt&rsquos a very in-depth beer and surprisingly sessionable. It doesn&rsquot bog me down like some burly barley wines do.&rdquo

What&rsquos in a Name?

When it comes to alcoholic beverages, the American government tries to insulate its citizenry from confusion. Lest someone mistake a barley wine with, say, a bottle of Cabernet Sauvignon or Chardonnay, the Alcohol and Tobacco Tax and Trade Bureau requires brewers to label the beer as a &ldquobarley wine ale&rdquo or a &ldquobarley wine style ale.&rdquo

Until 2005, the TTB hadn&rsquot approved a terminology for wheat wines because breweries had not shipped bottled versions across state lines. This is not to say that breweries were not bottling wheat wines. Since 2000, Illinois&rsquo Two Brothers has packaged the annual Bare Tree &ldquobarley wine style weiss beer,&rdquo and California&rsquos Marin Brewing bottled Star Brew, a &ldquotriple wheat ale&rdquo inspired by Rubicon&rsquos Winter Wheat Wine. &ldquoOn a trip to Rubicon, we fell in love with the style,&rdquo says Brendan Moylan, the proprietor of Marin Brewing, which debuted Star Brew on February 29, 1994&mdashLeap Day&mdashas its thousandth batch. &ldquoBack then, barley wines were all the rage. They were the extreme beer of the time. We&rsquod already done the barley wine, so we wanted to do something special.&rdquo

Made with two-thirds wheat, the celebratory brew became a standby because &ldquoit&rsquos a fun, big beer and easy-drinking,&rdquo Moylan says. &ldquoIt&rsquos easy to fall in love with a beer like that.&rdquo

David Yarrington fell in love with wheat wine after sampling Oregon brewer Teri Fahrendorf&rsquos take at the 2001 Craft Brewers Conference in Portland, Oregon. &ldquoIt was beautiful and incredible,&rdquo recalls Yarrington. When he was hired at New Hampshire&rsquos Smuttynose Brewing, the company was looking to expand its Big Beer Series. Naturally, he suggested a wheat wine.

Yarrington brewed a recipe with darker wheat malts, then aged the beer with oak chips and pungent, citrusy Centennial hops. In early 2005, it was bottled and ready to ship out the door when there was a hiccup with the label&mdashthe TTB thought the term &ldquowheat wine&rdquo could be confusing to the consumer. They settled on the term &ldquowheat wine ale,&rdquo and at that fall&rsquos Great American Beer Festival, the Smuttynose Wheat Wine Ale won a gold medal.

Going Grape

Government regulators may safeguard consumers from confusing a craft beer with a carafe of wine, but in Kansas City, Missouri, Steven Pauwels is bent on blurring the distinction. As brewmaster at Boulevard Brewing, Pauwels has made wheat his muse, using the grain in the brewery&rsquos flagship Unfiltered Wheat Beer, as well as its fragrant Z¯ON Belgian-Style Witbier, citrusy Single-Wide IPA and imperial Dark Truth Stout. &ldquoBoulevard is a wheat-beer brewery,&rdquo says Pauwels.

So it was not a matter of if, but when Boulevard would brew a wheat wine. In 2008, Pauwels was exploring adding another beer to Boulevard&rsquos experimental Smokestack Series. A barley wine was bandied about, but the brewmaster quickly turned his attention to wheat wine. Why not take the style&rsquos name at face value? &ldquoWe had the idea to get actual wine characteristics in a wheat wine,&rdquo Pauwels says. &ldquoNo one really knows the style, so we could do whatever we wanted.&rdquo

He reached in his spice cabinet and pulled out Citra hops, which have a Sauvignon Blanc profile, then aged the beer in a blend of French and American oak barrels. Finally, the beer was bottled with Muscat grape juice, which spurred a secondary fermentation. The result, called Harvest Dance Wheat Wine, recalled a warming trip to the tropics with a detour to a vineyard (it&rsquos no longer bottle-conditioned with grape juice due to licensing regulations). &ldquoI like how different it is from the other fall beers,&rdquo Pauwels says. Harvest Dance is released in mid-autumn, just in time for wintertime savoring.

Many wheat wine makers try to stick to a fall/winter release schedule. Perennial&rsquos Heart of Gold hits stores in September, and New Holland&rsquos Pilgrim&rsquos Dole debuts in November. Others release wheat wines when you least need internal warmth&mdashShort&rsquos rolls out Anniversary Ale at April&rsquos end, and Colorado&rsquos The Fort Collins Brewery unveils Wheat Wine Ale in May, as did Smuttynose this year. &ldquoSince our wheat wine requires a bit more aging time, we try to brew it at slower times of the year,&rdquo Yarrington says. Besides, he says, their Wheat Wine Ale can easily withstand a cellaring stint. In fact, it may be better for it. &ldquoWe put this beer out when we feel that you can drink it, but it&rsquos not quite at its prime,&rdquo Yarrington says. &ldquoAt the minimum, the beer needs a couple years of aging.&rdquo

But there&rsquos no need to wait. If you spy a wheat wine on the shelves or at your local brewpub, grab one and savor the unexpected twist on the traditional barley wine. &ldquoYou put it in your mouth, swish it around, savor the flavor and try to figure out what&rsquos going on,&rdquo says Rubicon&rsquos Cramlet. &ldquoIt&rsquos beer that requires a little more thinking when you&rsquore drinking.&rdquo


Africa

  • Beef tenderloin tips berbere style with okra, jalapeños, tomato and pap 4.50 DDP
  • South African bobotie with turkey and mushrooms (gluten free) 4.50 DDP
  • MAN Vintners Chenin Blanc 2.50
  • Fairview Pinotage 3.25
  • The Wolftrap Red: Syrah, Mourvèdre and Viognier 2.50
  • Minute Maid Light Lemonade 2.75 DDP
  • Dasani Sparkling Lemon 2.75 DDP
  • Dasani Bottled Water 2.50 DDP

Recommended Pairing: Beef Tenderloin Tips and The Wolftrap Red

America Adventure Coffee Cart

  • Apple Maple Spice Latte, Hot or Iced 5.39
  • Apple Maple Spice Latte, Hot or Cold, with a Shot of Bailey’s Irish Cream 8.49

Australia

  • Garlic shrimp with roasted tomatoes, lemon myrtle and rapini (gluten free) 4.75 DDP
  • Grilled lamb chop with mint pesto and potato crunchies (gluten free) 6.25 DDP
  • Pavlova: Crispy meringue shell with fresh berries and vanilla custard 3.50 DDP
  • Coopers Brewery, Original Pale Ale 3.50
  • Chateau Tanuda Grand Barossa Dry Riesling 2.75
  • St. Kilda Chardonnay 2.50
  • Nine Stones Shiraz 3.25
  • Minute Maid Light Lemonade 2.75 DDP
  • Dasani Sparkling Lemon 2.75 DDP
  • Dasani Bottled Water 2.50 DDP

Recommended Pairing: Grilled Lamb Chop with Nine Stones Shiraz

Belgium

  • Potato and leek waffle with beer-braised beef 4.00 DDP
  • Belgium waffle with warm chocolate ganache and whipped cream 3.50 DDP
  • Belgium waffle with berry compote and whipped cream 3.50 DDP
  • Hoegaarden 3.50
  • Stella Artois 3.50
  • Leffe Blonde 3.50
  • Stella Artois Cidre 3.50
  • Chilled coffee featuring Godiva Chocolate Liqueur 7.50
  • Beer flight (featuring 4 4-ounce servings): Hoegaarden, Stella Artois, Leffe Blonde and Stella Artois Cidre 9.25
  • Minute Maid Light Lemonade 2.75 DDP
  • Dasani Sparkling Lemon 2.75 DDP
  • Dasani Bottled Water 2.50 DDP

Recommended Pairing: Potato and Leek Waffle and Leffe Blonde

Potato and leek waffle with beer-braised beef from Belgium

Block & Hans

  • Mickey-shaped Pretzel 4.75 DDP
  • Jalapeño and Cheese Stuffed Pretzel 5.00 DDP
  • Cream Cheese Pretzel 5.00 DDP
  • Cheese Sauce 1.00 DDP
  • Robert Mondavi, Fume Blanc 3.75
  • The Great American Wine Company, Chardonnay 2.75
  • The Great American Wine Company, Red Blend 2.75
  • Robert Mondavi, Cabernet Sauvignon 4.75
  • Domaine Chandon Brut Sparkling Blanc de Noir 6.25
  • Still River Winery Apple Ice Wine 5.75
  • Dasani Bottled Water 2.50

Brazil

  • Mocequa de pescado: Regal Springs premium tilapia with coconut lime sauce and steamed rice (gluten free) 4.50 DDP
  • Crispy pork belly with black beans, tomato and cilantro (gluten free) 5.25 DDP
  • Pao de queijo: Brazilian cheese bread 3.25 DDP
  • Cocada: Brazilian coconut candy 1.75 DDP
  • Kaiser Brewery Xingu Black Beer 3.25
  • Carnaval Moscato Sparkling White Wine 6.00
  • Monte Paschoal Tannat Reserve 2.75
  • Frozen Caipirinha 8.75
  • Minute Maid Light Lemonade 2.75 DDP
  • Dasani Sparkling Lemon 2.75 DDP

Recommended Pairing: Crisp Pork Belly and Xingu Black Beer

Beer flight from Brewer’s Collection

Brewer’s Collection

  • Radeberger Pilsner 3.50
  • BraufactuM Colonia 3.50
  • BraufactuM Palor 3.50
  • Schöfferhofer Grapefruit 3.50
  • Altenmünster Oktoberfest 3.50
  • BraufactuM Roog 3.50
  • BraufactuM Darkon 3.50
  • BraufactuM Progusta IPA 3.50
  • Beer flight 1 (featuring 4 4-ounce servings): Radeberger Pilsner, BraufactuM Colonia, BraufactuM Palor and Schöfferhofer Grapefruit 9.25
  • Beer flight 2 (featuring 4 4-ounce servings): Altenmünster Oktoberfest, BraufactuM Roog, BraufactuM Darkon and BraufactuM Progusta IPA 9.25
  • Minute Maid Light Lemonade 2.75 DDP
  • Dasani Sparkling Lemon 2.75 DDP
  • Dasani Bottled Water 2.50 DDP

Canada

  • Canadian cheddar cheese soup 4.25 DDP
  • Seared rainbow trout with bacon, frisee and maple Minus 8 Vinaigrette (gluten free) 4.75 DDP
  • “Le Cellier” wild mushroom beef filet mignon with truffle butter sauce (gluten free) 7.25 DDP
  • Moosehead Lager 3.50
  • La Face Neige Apple Ice Wine 5.75
  • La Face Neige Sparkling 6.00
  • Mission Hill Family Estate Syrah 5.25
  • Minute Maid Light Lemonade 2.75 DDP
  • Dasani Sparkling Lemon 2.75 DDP
  • Dasani Bottled Water 2.50 DDP

Recommended Pairing: “Le Cellier” Wild Mushroom Beef Filet Mignon and Mission Hill Family Estate Syrah

Mongolian beef in a steamed bun with chili mayo from China

China

  • Beijing roasted duck in steamed bun with hoisin sauce 6.50 DDP
  • Mongolian beef in a steamed bun with chili mayo 5.00 DDP
  • Black pepper shrimp with Sichuan noodles 5.50 DDP
  • Chicken potstickers 4.00 DDP
  • TSINGTAO Beer 3.50
  • Francis Ford Coppola Su Yuen Riesling 3.50
  • Francis Ford Coppola Su Yuen Syrah 3.50
  • Kung Fu Punch with vodka and triple sec 8.50
  • Happy Lychee with tequila and vodka 8.50
  • Mango green tea with popping bubbles 6.50

Recommended Pairing: Mongolian Beef and Tsingato Beer

Craft Beers

  • Sierra Nevada, Kellerweis® – Chico, CA 4.50
  • Dogfish Head Craft Brewery, Punkin Ale – Milton, DE 4.50
  • Shiner Brewery, Wild Hare Pale Ale – Shiner, TX 4.50
  • Abita Brewing Company, Purple Haze – Abita Springs, LA 4.50
  • Goose Island, 312 Urban Wheat Ale – Chicago, IL 4.50
  • Florida Beer Company, Sunshine State Pils – Cape Canaveral, FL 4.50
  • Magic Hat Brewery, Dream Machine IPL – South Burlington, VT 4.50
  • Terrapin Beer Company, Rye Pale Ale – Athens, GA 4.50
  • Beer Flight 1 (featuring 4 4-ounce servings): Sierra Nevada, Kellerweis Dogfish Head Craft Brewery, Punkin Ale Shiner Brewery, Wild Hare Pale Ale and Abita Brewing Company, Purple Haze 10.25
  • Beer Flight 2 (featuring 4 4-ounce servings): Goose Island, 312 Urban Wheat Ale Florida Beer Company, Sunshine State Pils Magic Hat Brewery, Dream Machine IPL and Terrapin Beer Company, Rye Pale Ale 10.25
    • Note: All Craft Beer is served with Craft Beer Snack Mix (crackers, pretzels, wasabi peas, fruit and nuts)

    Desserts & Champagne

    • Dessert Trio: Passion fruit coconut creamsicle, blueberry lime cheesecake roll and chocolate espresso opera cake 4.00 DDP
    • Guylian Belgian chocolate seashell truffles 1.75 DDP
    • Nicolas Feuillatte Rosé 12.00
    • Möet & Chandon Nectar Impérial 12.50
    • Möet & Chandon Impérial 12.00
    • Ruinart Blanc de Blanc 22.75
    • Dom Pérignon 32.00
    • Frozen S’mores featuring Monin® Toasted Marshmallow Syrup 3.25 DDP
    • Minute Maid Light Lemonade 2.75 DDP
    • Dasani Sparkling Lemon 2.75 DDP
    • Dasani Bottled Water 2.50 DDP

    Recommended Pairing: Dessert Trio and Nicolas Feuillatte Rosé

    Farm Fresh

    • Nueske’s® Pepper Bacon hash with sweet corn, potatoes, hollandaise and pickled jalapeños (gluten free) 4.00 DDP
    • Griddled “yard bird” with braised greens (gluten free) 4.50 DDP
    • Orlando Brewing Company, I-4 IPA – Orlando, FL 3.50
    • Ba Ba Black Lager, Uinta Brewing Company – Salt Lake City, UT 3.50
    • Duke’s Cold Nose Brown Ale, Bold City Brewery – Jacksonville, FL 3.50
    • Florida Cracker Belgian Style White Ale, Cigar City Brewery – Tampa, FL 3.50
    • Florida Orange Groves, Key Limen-Key Lime Wine 2.75
    • Chateau St. Michelle & Dr. Loosen Eroica® Riesling 4.75
    • St. Francis Old Vines Zinfandel 4.50
    • Beer Flight (4 4-ounce servings): I-4 IPA, Ba Ba Black Lager, Duke’s Cold Nose Brown Ale and Florida Cracker Belgian Style White Ale 9.25
    • Minute Maid Light Lemonade 2.75 DDP
    • Dasani Sparkling Lemon 2.75 DDP
    • Dasani Bottled Water 2.50 DDP

    Recommended Pairing: Nueske’s Pepper Bacon Hash and Chateau St. Michelle & Dr. Loosen Eroica Riesling

    Nueske’s Pepper Bacon Hash from Farm Fresh

    Fife & Drum

    France

    • Tartelette aux escargots: Escargot tart with garlic, spinach, bacon and parmesan 5.35 DDP
    • Gratin de crozet de savoie: Wheat pasta gratin with mushrooms and Gruyere cheese 4.95 DDP
    • Boeuf bourguignon: Braised short ribs in cabernet with mashed potatoes 5.75 DDP
    • Crème brûlée caramel fleur de sel: Sea salt caramel crème brûlée topped with caramelized sugar 4.25 DDP
    • Beer Kronenbourg Blanc 1664 3.75
    • Chardonnay, Macon-Villages, La Côte Blanche 5.75
    • Cabernet Sauvignon, Bordeaux, Château Bonnet 5.95
    • Sparkling Pomegranate Kir 7.75
    • La Passion Martini Slush: vodka, Grey Goose Le Citron, cranberry and passion fruit juice 9.95

    Recommended Pairing: Boeuf Bourguignon and Cabernet Sauvignon

    Roast Bratwurst in a Pretzel Roll from Germany

    Germany

    • Schinkennudeln: Pasta gratin with ham and cheese 3.50 DDP
    • Roast bratwurst in a pretzel roll 5.00 DDP
    • Berliner: Yeast doughnut filled with apricot jam 3.25 DDP
    • Altenmünster Oktoberfest 3.50
    • J&H Selbach Bernkasteler Kurfürstlay Riesling Kabinett 2.75
    • Selbach-Oster Mosel Riesling Spätlese 4.75
    • J&H Selbach Bernkasteler Kurfürstlay Riesling Auslese 3.50
    • Kallstadter Kobnert Spaetburgunder Spätlese Dry Barrique Style 3.00
    • Minute Maid Light Lemonade 2.75 DDP
    • Dasani Sparkling Lemon 2.75 DDP
    • Dasani Bottled Water 2.50 DDP

    Recommended Pairing: Schinkennudeln and J&H Selbach Bernkasteler Kurfürstlay Riesling Kabinett

    Greece

    • Vegetarian moussaka 4.25 DDP
    • Griddled Greek cheese with pistachios and honey (gluten free) 3.75 DDP
    • Chicken gyro with tzatziki Sauce 4.25 DDP
    • Spanakopita 4.50 DDP
    • Domaine Skouras Moscofilero 3.50
    • Domaine Siglas Assyrtiko/Athiri 3.50
    • Alpha Estate Axia Syrah-Xinomavro 4.25
    • Tzatziki martini featuring Crop Organic Cucumber Vodka and BOLS Natural Yoghurt Liqueur 7.75
    • Minute Maid Light Lemonade 2.75 DDP
    • Dasani Sparkling Lemon 2.75 DDP

    Recommended Pairing: Vegetarian Moussaka and Domaine Skouras Moscofilero

    Tuna poke with seaweed salad and lotus root chips from Hawai’i

    Hawaii

    • Kālua pork slider with sweet and sour Dole® Pineapple chutney and spicy mayonnaise 3.75 DDP
    • Tuna poke with seaweed salad and lotus root chips 4.50 DDP
    • Kona Brewing Company, Big Wave Golden Ale 3.25
    • Kona Brewing Company, Castaway IPA 3.25
    • Maui Splash Sweet Pineapple Wine 3.50
    • Aulani Sunrise featuring Sammy’s Beach Bar Rum 6.75
    • Minute Maid Light Lemonade 2.75 DDP
    • Dasani Sparkling Lemon 2.75 DDP
    • Dasani Bottled Water 2.50 DDP

    Recommended Pairing: Kālua Pork Slider and Big Wave Golden Ale

    Hops & Barley

    • Artisan cheese plate featuring Cabot Cloth wrapped cheddar, Purple Haze chèvre goat cheese and Cave Man blue cheese 5.00 DDP
    • Baked lobster alfredo 6.25 DDP
    • Florida grass fed beef slider with pimento cheese 4.00 DDP
    • Fresh baked carrot cake with Craisins® and cream cheese icing 3.75 DDP
    • Samuel Adams® Octoberfest 3.50
    • New Belgium Brewing Company Snapshot 3.50
    • Samuel Adams Cherry Wheat® 3.50
    • Leinenkugel’s Seasonal Shandy 3.50
    • La Crema Sonoma Coast Chardonnay 4.25
    • Julia’s Vineyard Pinot Noir, Cambria Estate Winery 4.50
    • Beer flight (featuring 4 4-ounce servings): Samuel Adams Octoberfest, New Belgium Snapshot, Samuel Adams Cherry Wheat and Leinenkugel’s Seasonal Shandy 9.25
    • Minute Maid Light Lemonade 2.75 DDP
    • Dasani Sparkling Lemon 2.75 DDP
    • Dasani Bottled Water 2.50 DDP

    Recommended Pairing: Florida Grass-Fed Beef Slider and Samuel Adams Octoberfest

    Freshly Baked Carrot Cake from Hops & Barley, Croissant Doughnut and Drinking Chocolate

    Intermissions Cafe

    • Southwest chicken wrap 7.19
    • Vegan trio 8.99
    • Fruit & cheese plate 6.69
    • Side salad 4.49 DDP
    • Grapes 2.39 DDP
    • Tuna salad with pita 7.19
    • Asian chicken salad 9.69
    • Key lime tart 4.19 DDP
    • Brownie 2.99 DDP
    • J Vineyard Pinot Gris (Wine on Tap) 3.50
    • 10 Span Chardonnay (Wine on Tap) 3.50
    • Di Seño Malbec (Wine on Tap) 3.75
    • Acrobat Pinot Noir (Wine on Tap) 3.75
    • MARTINI Prosecco 5.75
    • Caposaldo Sweet Sparkling Peach Moscato 4.25
    • Iron Horse Fairy Tale Cuvée 8.25
    • Medalla Light Beer 3.25
    • Einstök Icelandic White Ale 3.55
    • Angry Orchard Hard Cider – Crisp Apple 3.75
    • Assorted soft drinks 2.59 DDP
    • Dasani Water 2.50 DDP

    Ireland

    • Lobster and seafood fisherman’s pie 6.25 DDP
    • Kerrygold® cheese selection: Reserve cheddar, Dubliner with Irish Stout and Skellig 4.00 DDP
    • Warm chocolate pudding with Kerrygold Irish Cream Liqueur Custard (gluten free) 3.50 DDP
    • Guinness® Draught 3.50
    • Bunratty Meade Honey Wine 5.25
    • Chilled Irish Coffee featuring Bunratty Potcheen 7.00
    • Kerrygold Irish Cream Liqueur 7.25
    • Minute Maid Light Lemonade 2.75 DDP
    • Dasani Sparkling Lemon 2.75 DDP
    • Dasani Bottled Water 2.50 DDP

    Recommended Pairing: Warm Chocolate Pudding and Chilled Irish Coffee

    Lobster and seafood fisherman’s pie and Bunratty Meade Honey Wine from Ireland

    Italy

    • Ravioli alla caprese: Cheese ravioli, tomato sauce, mozzarella, parmesan and basil 6.00 DDP
    • Filetto di pollo, con funghi al marsala: Chicken tenderloin, cremini mushrooms, marsala sauce and ciabatta bread 5.75 DDP
    • Cannoli al cioccolato: Chocolate-covered cannoli filled with sweet ricotta, chocolate and candied fruit 4.00 DDP
    • Moretti Lager Beer 5.00
    • Moretti La Rossa Beer 5.00
    • Procecco, Bosco del Merlo 9.00
    • Pinot Grigio, Placido 9.00
    • Chianti Classico, Placido 6.50
    • Frozen Primavera with limoncello and tequila 10.00
    • Dasani Bottled Water 2.50 DDP

    Recommended Pairing: Filetto di Pollo and Chianti Classico, Placido

    Japan

    • Spicy hand roll: Tuna and salmon with Kazan Volcano sauce 4.95 DDP
    • Teriyaki gyoza bun: Steamed bun filled with chicken, vegetables and sweet teriyaki sauce 5.50 DDP
    • Chirashizushi: Salmon, shrimp, crab and egg served over seaweed salad and ginger rice 5.95 DDP
    • Kirin Draft Beer 3.75
    • Sake: Kikusui Ginjo 7.50
    • Sake Sunrise 7.50
    • Sparkling Peach Sake Gell 7.95

    Recommended Pairing: Chirashizushi and Kikusui Ginjo

    Liberty Inn

    Mexico

    • Shrimp taco: Fried shrimp, pickled habanero pepper and onions on a flour tortilla 5.50 DDP
    • Rib eye taco: Marinated rib eye, roasted chipotle salsa and grilled scallions on a corn tortilla (gluten free) 5.50 DDP
    • Sweet corn cheese cake 3.50 DDP
    • Dos Equis Beer 3.75
    • Sangria 6.75
    • Tequila Flight 12.50
    • Mango-strawberry margarita 8.50
    • Dasani Bottled Water 2.50 DDP

    Recommended Pairing: Rib-Eye Taco and Mango-Strawberry Margarita

    Morocco

    • Kefta pocket: Ground seasoned beef in a pita pocket 5.00 DDP
    • Spicy shrimp roll with cilantro and mint sauce 5.00 DDP
    • Baklava 2.95 DDP
    • Casa Beer 4.00
    • Guerouane White Wine 4.00
    • Sangria 5.00
    • Mimosa Royale: Sparkling wine and orange juice topped with orange liquer 7.00
    • Dasani Bottled Water 2.50 DDP

    Recommended Pairing: Spicy Shrimp Roll and Guerrouane White Wine

    Steamed green lip mussels & Mohua sauvignon blanc from New Zealand booth

    New Zealand

    • Steamed green lip mussels with garlic butter and toasted bread crumbs 3.50 DDP
    • Venison sausage with pickled mushrooms, baby arugula and black currant reduction (gluten free) 4.25 DDP
    • Lamb meatball with spicy tomato chutney 5.25 DDP
    • Kim Crawford Pinot Gris 4.75
    • Mohua Sauvignon Blanc 3.00
    • Kim Crawford Unoaked Chardonnay 3.50
    • Kim Crawford Pinot Noir 4.75
    • Minute Maid Light Lemonade 2.75 DDP
    • Dasani Sparkling Lemon 2.75 DDP
    • Dasani Bottled Water 2.50 DDP

    Recommended Pairing: Venison Sausage and Kim Crawford Pinot Noir

    Patagonia

    • Beef empanada 4.50 DDP
    • Grilled beef skewer with chimichurri sauce and boniato purée (gluten free) 5.50 DDP
    • Roasted Verlasso salmon with quinoa salad and arugula chimichurri (gluten free) 4.75 DDP
    • Pascual Toso Sparkling Brut 4.00
    • Terrazas Reserva Malbec 3.75
    • Cono Sur Bicicleta Viognier 2.50
    • Cono Sur Bicicleta Pinot Noir Rosé 2.50
    • Minute Maid Light Lemonade 2.75 DDP
    • Dasani Sparkling Lemon 2.75 DDP
    • Dasani Bottled Water 2.50 DDP

    Recommended Pairing: Grilled Beef Skewer and Terrazas Reserva Malbec

    Roasted Verlasso Salmon with Quinoa Salad and Arugula Chimi Churri from Patagonia

    Poland

    • Kielbasa and potato pierogi with caramelized onions and sour cream 5.25 DDP
    • Sauerkraut pierogi with pork goulash 5.25 DDP
    • Okocim Brewery, Okocim O.K. Beer 3.50
    • Blaufraenkische Donausonne, Hungarian Wine 3.25
    • Frozen Szarlotka (apple pie) featuring Zubrowka Bison Grass Vodka 8.75
    • Minute Maid Light Lemonade 2.75 DDP
    • Dasani Sparkling Lemon 2.75 DDP
    • Dasani Bottled Water 2.50 DDP

    Recommended Pairing: Sauerkraut Pierogi and Donausonne Blaufränkisch, Hungarian Wine

    Puerto Rico

    • Ensalada de carrucho: Caribbean conch salad with onion, tomato and cilantro (gluten free) 4.25 DDP
    • Carne guisada con arroz blanco: Slow-braised beef with Puerto Rican-grown rice (gluten free) 4.50 DDP
    • Friturias: Sorullitos (sweet polenta fries) and bolitas de queso (cheese fritter with mayo ketchup) 3.50 DDP
    • FlanCocho: Vanilla caramel custard with chocolate coffee cake 3.50 DDP
    • Gasolina Sangriiia 5.50
    • Medalla Light Beer 3.50
    • Frozen San Juan Breeze 5.00
    • Non-Alcoholic Frozen San Juan Breeze 2.75 DDP
    • Chilled Club Caribe Mango Rum (neat) 7.25
    • Minute Maid Light Lemonade 2.75 DDP
    • Dasani Sparkling Lemon 2.75 DDP
    • Dasani Bottled Water 2.50 DDP

    Recommended Pairing: Carne Guisada con Arroz Blanco and Medalla Light Beer

    Carne Guisada con Arroz Blanco from Puerto Rico

    Refreshment Cool Post

    • Mango Star featuring African Starr Rum 9.50
    • Frozen Yogurt – Dule de leche and Dutch chocolate twist 3.99 DDP

    Refreshment Port

    • Croissant doughnut 4.69 DDP
    • Fried shrimp with Dole pineapple sweet and sour sauce 8.99
    • Fried chicken chunks with Dole pineapple sweet and sour sauce 8.99
    • Dole Fruit Squish’ems!™ Apple-Strawberry 1.39 DDP
    • Dole Whip Soft-serve 3.99 DDP
    • Dole Whip Soft-serve with crème de cacao white 5.99
    • Dragon Berry Refresher featuring Bacardi® Dragon Berry Rum 10.25

    Scotland

    • Vegetarian haggis with neeps and tatties: Griddled vegetable cake with rutabaga and mashed potatoes 3.75 DDP
    • Fresh potato pancake with smoked Scottish salmon and herb sour cream (gluten free) 4.25 DDP
    • Seared sea scallop with spinach-cheddar gratin and crispy bacon (gluten free) 4.50 DDP
    • Crannachan: A traditional Scottish dessert trifle 2.75 DDP
    • Innis & Gunn® Original 3.50
    • Loch Lomond featuring Glenfiddich® 12 year 11.00
    • Glenfiddich Scotch Selection (12, 15 and 18 year) 5.00, 6.50, 7.75
    • Minute Maid Light Lemonade 2.75 DDP
    • Dasani Sparkling Lemon 2.75 DDP
    • Dasani Bottled Water 2.50 DDP

    Recommended Pairing: Fresh Potato Pancake and Innis & Gunn Original

    Lemongrass chicken curry from the Singapore booth

    Singapore

    • Lemongrass chicken curry with coconut and jasmine rice (gluten free) 3.75 DDP
    • Seared mahi mahi with jasmine rice and “Singa” sauce 4.50 DDP
    • Tiger Beer 3.25
    • Marqués de Caceres Satinela 2.50
    • Singapore Sling featuring Hendrick’s Gin and Cherry Herring 8.00
    • Minute Maid Light Lemonade 2.75 DDP
    • Dasani Sparkling Lemon 2.75 DDP
    • Dasani Bottled Water 2.50 DDP

    Recommended Pairing: Seared Mahi Mahi and Marqués de Cáceres Satinela

    South Korea

    • Kimchi dog with spicy mustard sauce 4.00 DDP
    • Roasted pork lettuce wrap with kimchi slaw 3.75 DDP
    • Bokbunjajoo: Bohae black raspberry wine 4.25
    • iCing Grapefruit Sparkling Rice Brew 3.50
    • Soju Fruit Slushy featuring Jinro Chamisul Soju 8.00
    • Minute Maid Light Lemonade 2.75 DDP
    • Dasani Sparkling Lemon 2.75 DDP
    • Dasani Bottled Water 2.50 DDP

    Recommended Pairing: Kimchi Dog and iCing Grapefruit Sparking Rice Brew

    Kimchi dog with spicy mustard sauce from South Korea

    Terra

    • Blackened Chick’n Breast, farro wheat and spicy gumbo sauce featuring Gardein™ Chick’n Breast 4.25 DDP
    • CraB’less CraB Cake with pepper slaw and Cajun remoulade featuring Gardein™ 4.25 DDP
    • Chocolate-blood orange cupcake with tofu icing 2.25 DDP
    • Red Bridge Ale 3.25
    • The Vegan Vine Chardonnay 3.25
    • Paperboy Red 3.50
    • Fresh Watermelon Juice 2.75
    • Minute Maid Light Lemonade 2.75 DDP
    • Dasani Sparkling Lemon 2.75 DDP
    • Dasani Bottled Water 2.50 DDP

    Recommended Pairing: CraB’less CraB Cake and The Vegan Vine Chardonnay

    Several location have wines available in a plastic souvenir wine glass for an additional $4.

    Pricing

    Small plates ranged from $1.50 – 8 and beverages ranged from $3 – 9 last year. The Disney Dining Plan snack credits can be used to purchase most food and non-alcoholic beverages. We recommend paying out of pocket for items like Pumpkin Mouse, which was $1.50 and using your snack credit for Linda Bean’s Perfect Maine Lobster Roll, which was $7.25.

    Paying

    Guests can pay using cash, credit card, Disney gift card, Disney Visa reward dollars, Keys to the World (once you’ve set up your pin for room charging privileges) and Disney Dining Plan snack credits (on DDP noted items).

    We highly recommend for those paying out of pocket to load up an Epcot Food and Wine Festival gift card. It conveniently slips on your wrist for easy, hands-free payment. It can be purchased Guest Relations, Festival Welcome Center and select locations around Epcot.

    Marketplace Passports

    Make sure to pick up a Marketplace Discovery Passport to get stamped as your nosh and drink your way around the World Showcase. Passports can be picked up (free of charge) at the Festival Welcome Center or a Disney Vacation Club Information desk. Each Marketplace booth has its own stamp so see how many you can collect! It’s great for taking notes on your favorite snacks and drinks.

    Looking for more information on the 2014 Epcot Food and Wine Festival?

    Check out our 2014 Epcot Food and Wine Festival page! We have EVERYTHING – Special events, low-cost events, culinary demos, beverage seminars, mixology seminars, Eat to the Concert Series schedule, Wine and Dine Half Marathon and so much more. Also, check out some of our reviews from the 2013 Epcot Food and Wine Festival.

    COMING SOON! DiningatDisney.com’s Guide to the 2014 Epcot Food and Wine Festival!

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    • LEFT FIELD GREENWOOD IPA
    • JOHNY BOOTLEGGER SING SING SOUR GRAPE
    • JOHNY BOOTLEGGER ALCATRAZ SOUR APPLE
    • POPPERS ICE ROCKET
    • REV ORIGINAL
    • REV WATERMELON
    • CLUBTAILS STRWBERRY COLADA
    • PYUR COCONUT HARD SELTZER
    • PYUR PEACH HARD SELTZER
    • BELGIAN MOON LIGHT SKY
    • BULLES DE NUIT MIMOSA
    • LONGSLICE PUNS N GOSES GOSE
    • AMSTERDAM FRIA CERVEZA ESPECIAL
    • REFINED FOOL ONTARIO CRAFT LAGER
    • PHILLIPS GLITTERBOMB
    • MUSKOKA CAMP OUT PILS
    • OLD STYLE PILSNER 6 1
    • MARKET BREWING CO BEAR HUG IPA
    • MUSKOKA TREAD LIGHTLY
    • MAD JACK BLUE RASPBERRY
    • MAD JACK WATERMELON KIWI
    • FRONT PORCH ORGANIC SESSION IPA
    • MUSKOKA SURVIVAL MIXER PACK
    • MANITOULIN KILLARNEY CREAM ALE
    • RAINHARD KAPOW IPA
    • RAINHARD ARMED N CITRA
    • IRON PIG PALE ALE
    • ASHTON BREWING COMPANY BLUEBERRY WHEAT
    • RATTLE N NEMO AMBER ALE
    • ASHTON BREWING COMPANY CREAM ALE
    • BUD LIGHT STRAWBERRY LEMONADE
    • COORS ORGANIC
    • MILL STREET ORGANIC PILSNER
    • MILL STREET BIG LITTLE LAGER
    • CREEMORE SUMMER COLLECTION
    • BOBCAYGEON FIREFLY BELGIAN WHITE
    • STEAM WHISTLE SESSION LAGER
    • BEAUS COUNTRY VIBES AMBER LAGERED ALE
    • MOLSON GOLDEN ALE
    • STONE HOUSE PREMIUM CZECH PILSNER
    • STEAM WHISTLE PILSNER SHANDY
    • SOL
    • SNEAKY WEASEL LAGER
    • MOOSEHEAD RADLER MIXED PACK
    • MILL STREET LAGER LANE MIXER
    • INEDIT DAMM
    • FURNACE ROOM BEARDMORE KOLSCH
    • MOOSEHEAD LAGER DRAUGHT
    • JAMES READY LAGER DRAUGHT
    • CRACKED CANOE DRAUGHT
    • MOOSEHEAD PALE ALE DRAUGHT
    • MOOSEHEAD RADLER DRAUGHT
    • HOP CITY BARKING SQUIRREL DRAUGHT
    • HOP CITY BIG TIKI PUNCH DRAUGHT
    • LAKE OF BAYS OFF THE GRID HAZY PALE ALE
    • BOBCAYGEON BACKYARD ALL ONTARIO LAGER
    • BELL CITY TOO WOUND DOWN NEW ENGLAND SESSION IPA
    • BENCH BREWING SHORT HILLS HAZY IPA
    • MILLER HIGH LIFE LIGHT
    • HEY YALL PORCH PACK
    • BUDWEISER ZERO
    • OLD FLAME NO REGRETS
    • GOODLOT BIGHEAD AMBER
    • OLD FLAME RED
    • OLD FLAME BLONDE
    • NEW BELGIUM VOODOO RANGER IPA
    • BANGARANG HARD SELTZER MIXER PACK
    • SIGNAL WAVE PALE ALE
    • BANGARANG MANGO HARD SELTZER
    • BROADHEAD NEIPA
    • KIRIN ICHIBAN
    • THORNBURY BLUE MOUNTAIN LIGHT LAGER
    • WASAGA BEACH 1 CERVEZA
    • BEACH DAY EVERY DAY BERRY BEACH
    • STRATFORD PILSNER
    • BIG RIG SHAKEDOWN APA
    • BEACH DAY EVERY DAY FRUIT PUNCH
    • ROCKSTAR ORIGINAL MALT
    • BANGARANG BLUE RASPBERRY HARD SELTZER
    • CHIMAY GOLD
    • MILL STREET RODEO MONK
    • GOOSE ISLAND IM NOT SOUR YOURE SOUR
    • CRANK LITE LAGER
    • STELLA ARTOIS
    • SOBER CARPENTER NON ALCOHOLIC IRISH RED
    • JUNCTION HAZY IPA
    • CARIBRU LAGER
    • JUNCTION CRAFT PILSNER
    • MACLEANS LAGER
    • BROCK STREET STRAWBERRY BLONDE
    • WHITEWATER BLOOD MOON SOUR
    • ANDERSON GOLD LAGER
    • SLEEPING GIANT NORTHERN NECESSITIES
    • HOLLINGER HELLES
    • BLACK OAK 10 BITTER YEARS IMPERIAL IPA
    • WOODHOUSE IPA BEER
    • PEOPLES PINT HELLES ISLAND LAGER
    • LOCK STREET BREWING PORT SIDE PILSNER
    • BECKS NON ALCOHOLIC 0 0
    • MILL ST VANILLA PORTER
    • BUSCH ICE 6 0
    • MILL STREET STOCK ALE
    • MILL STREET TANKHOUSE ALE
    • MILL STREET ORIGINAL ORGANIC
    • BUD LIGHT LEMONADE RADLER
    • MILL STREET 100TH MERIDIAN
    • MILL STREET WEST COAST IPA
    • LABATT BLUE STUBBY BOTTLE
    • 12 MILE INDIA PALE LAGER
    • CAMERONS COSMIC CREAM ALE
    • MILL STREET COBBLESTONE STOUT
    • SKELETON CREW BREWING KNUCKLEBONE IPA
    • SKELETON CREW BREWING EVIL GENIUS SESSION IPA
    • CAMERONS AMBEAR RED ALE
    • CAMERONS JURASSIC IPA
    • CAMERONS CAPTAINS LOG
    • OLD CREDIT AMBER ALE
    • OLD CREDIT PALE PILSNER
    • FLYING MONKEYS 12 MINUTES TO DESTINY
    • BELLE GUEULE
    • FLYING MONKEYS JUICY ASS IPA
    • FLYING MONKEYS FREAKSHOW CRUSH HAZY IPA
    • WARSTEINER PREMIUM VERUM
    • DAB ORIGINAL LAGER
    • CARIB LAGER
    • HACKER PSCHORR HEFE WEISS
    • BODDINGTONS PUB ALE
    • BIG ROCK TRADITIONAL ALE
    • BIG ROCK GRASSHOPPER KRISTALLWEIZEN
    • BIG ROCK WARTHOG ALE
    • BLANCHE DE CHAMBLY
    • SOL IMPORT
    • CREST SUPER
    • SMITHWICKS ALE
    • MICKEYS
    • DOS EQUIS LAGER
    • TUBORG GOLD
    • HARP LAGER
    • LEFFE BLONDE
    • HOEGAARDEN
    • NEWCASTLE BROWN ALE
    • PILSNER URQUELL
    • GRIFFON PALE ALE
    • ST AMBROISE PALE ALE
    • HEINEKEN NV
    • LEFFE BRUNE
    • GUINNESS PUB DRAUGHT
    • BECKS
    • CORONA IMPORT
    • GROLSCH PREMIUM PILSNER
    • HOLSTEN PREMIUM BIER
    • FAXE EXTRA STRONG 10
    • SAMUEL ADAMS BOSTON LAGER
    • KILKENNY CREAM ALE
    • MURPHYS IRISH STOUT
    • STELLA ARTOIS IMPORT
    • GROLSCH PILSNER 450ML
    • UNIBROUE EPHEMERE SUMMER COLLECTION
    • FAXE PREMIUM LAGER
    • OLDE ENGLISH 800
    • OLD SPECKLED HEN
    • TENNENTS EXPORT LAGER
    • UNIBROUE LA FIN DU MONDE
    • PAULANER HEFE WEISSBIER
    • CAFFREYS
    • TIGER BEER
    • BIG ROCK CITRADELIC IPA
    • AMSTEL LIGHT
    • BAVARIA 8 6
    • BAVARIA PREMIUM BEER
    • ST AMBROISE OATMEAL STOUT
    • KROMBACHER PILS
    • POPPERS HARD ICE
    • MENABREA BLONDA
    • CORONA LIGHT
    • KRONENBOURG 1664
    • POPPERS WILD ICE
    • GUINNESS DRAUGHT BOTTLE
    • POPPERS RICCO SANGRIA
    • FAXE AMBER LAGER
    • TETLEYS ENGLISH ALE
    • CARLSBERG
    • KOZEL
    • STAROPRAMEN
    • CARLSBERG LITE
    • ST AMBROISE APRICOT WHEAT
    • POPPERS PINK
    • ERDINGER WEISSBIER
    • DE KONINCK
    • FRULI STRAWBERRY BEER
    • FAXE ROYAL STRONG
    • STIEGL BIER
    • HACKER PSCHORR MUNICH GOLD LAGER
    • TUBORG PILSNER
    • DELIRIUM TREMENS
    • GRIFFON RED ALE
    • NEGRA MODELO
    • RED STRIPE
    • POPPERS CRAN ICE
    • ERDINGER DUNKEL WEISSBIER
    • BAVARIA 8 6 RED
    • BITBURGER
    • OHARAS IRISH STOUT
    • MYTHOS LAGER
    • CZECHVAR
    • WEIHENSTEPHANER HEFEWEISS
    • ST AMBROISE TASTER PACK
    • ZYWIEC BEER
    • BIRRA DOLOMITI
    • PALM AMBER ALE
    • DNU WERNESGRUNER PILS
    • GRIMBERGEN DOUBLE AMBREE
    • KRONENBOURG 1664 BLANC
    • DOS EQUIS AMBER
    • TECATE
    • TYSKIE GRONIE
    • BIRRA MORETTI
    • KROMBACHER DARK
    • BROUCZECH PREMIUM LAGER
    • WEIHENSTEPHANER DUNKEL
    • LA MESSAGERE GLUTEN FREE
    • YANJING BEER
    • SPATEN IMPORT
    • KROMBACHER WEIZEN
    • STIEGL GRAPEFRUIT RADLER
    • BOXER ICE
    • BIRRA CASTELLO
    • LECH BEER
    • HOLSTEN FESTBOCK
    • HOLSTEN MAIBOCK
    • MORT SUBITE KRIEK
    • TWISTED TEA
    • MONGOZO PREMIUM PILSNER
    • KONIG LUDWIG WEISSBIER
    • WARSTEINER PREMIUM DUNKEL
    • PERONI NASTRO AZZURRO
    • LIEFMANS FRUITESSE
    • MAREDSOUS BRUNE
    • LA CHOUFFE
    • HOUBLON CHOUFFE
    • FULLERS LONDON PRIDE
    • OMMEGANG HENNEPIN
    • HOFBRAEU MUENCHEN ORIGINAL
    • SAN MIGUEL PREMIUM LAGER
    • BIG ROCK PILSNER
    • DAB MAIBOCK
    • SCHOFFERHOFER HEFEWEIZEN
    • ST AMBROISE IPA
    • HACKER PSCHORR KELLERBIER
    • MONS ABBEY BLONDE
    • FULLERS EXTRA SPEC BITTER
    • CHEVAL BLANC
    • RADEBERGER PILSNER
    • RODENBACH GRAND CRU
    • MONS ABBEY WITTE
    • JEVER PILSENER
    • LA TRAPPE TRIPEL
    • LA TRAPPE QUADRUPEL
    • BELHAVEN BLACK SCOT STOUT
    • HOLLANDIA PILSNER
    • SCHNITZER BRAU GLUTEN FREE
    • SCHOFFERHOFER GRAPEFRUIT RADLER
    • ALBERTA GENUINE DRAFT
    • DAB DARK LAGER
    • MENABREA AMBRATA
    • VEDETTE EXTRA WHITE
    • HOFBRAEU MUENCHEN DUNKEL
    • TSINGTAO BEER
    • RED RACER INDIA PALE ALE
    • RED RACER SESSION ALE
    • SIERRA NEVADA PALE ALE
    • GYPSY TEARS RUBY ALE
    • MODELO ESPECIAL
    • ESTRELLA DAMM
    • MACKESON STOUT
    • KONA BIG WAVE GOLDEN ALE
    • 8 6 EXTREME
    • LAGUNITAS IPA
    • DRAGON STOUT
    • GUINNESS BLONDE LAGER
    • BOXER LAGER GLUTEN FREE
    • WARSTEINER DOUBLE HOPPED
    • OTTAKRINGER VIENNA LAGER
    • HOLLANDIA SUPER STRONG
    • DAURA DAMM
    • ST AMBROISE DOUBLE IPA
    • TWISTED TEA HALF AND HALF
    • OTTAKRINGER CITRUS RADLER
    • GOSSER BEER
    • ST AMBROISE SESSION IPA
    • KONIG PILSENER KEG
    • FOUR FATHERS SHEVCHENKO 9
    • DUCHESSE DE BOURGOGNE
    • BADGER FURSTY FERRET
    • FOUR FATHERS THE STARTER
    • BENEDIKTINER WEISSBIER
    • LIEFMANS YELLOH
    • GLUTENBERG AMERICAN PALE ALE
    • ERDINGER OKTOBERFEST
    • BUD LIGHT CHELADA
    • SAMUEL ADAMS REBEL IPA
    • RED RACER PILSNER
    • KONIG PILSENER
    • MARTENS 10 BLONDE LAGER
    • BEACH CHAIR LAGER
    • STAG LAGER
    • CLUBTAILS SUNNY MARGARITA
    • INNIS AND GUNN ORIGINAL
    • BEER LEAGUE LAGER
    • DESCHUTES FRESH SQUEEZED IPA
    • GUINNESS HOP HOUSE 13 LAGER
    • DESCHUTES BLACK BUTTE PORTER
    • CHIMAY RED
    • AVERBODE ABBEY ALE
    • CHIMAY WHITE
    • LINDEMANS KRIEK
    • SAPPORO IMPORT
    • ST AMBROISE BLACK IPA
    • OTTAKRINGER HELLES
    • RED RACER SUPER SOLAR IPA
    • DAB LEMON RADLER UNFILTERED
    • INNIS AND GUNN LAGER
    • RED RACER NORTHWEST PALE ALE
    • KRONENBOURG 1664 BLANC FRUITS ROUGES
    • GROLSCH LEMON RADLER
    • OMMEGANG PALE SOUR ALE
    • SHANDY CARIB GINGER
    • SHANDY CARIB SORREL
    • SAMUEL ADAMS OCTOBERFEST
    • ASAHI SUPER DRY
    • MILLER HIGH LIFE IMPORT
    • SAM 76
    • HAZY LITTLE THING
    • THE GINGER OF SUSSEX
    • FARMERY ESTATE BREWERY PRAIRIE BERRY ALE
    • STIEGL ZITRONE LEMON RADLER
    • FARMERY ESTATE BREWERY PINK LEMONALE
    • SEMEDORATO
    • KROMBACHER HELL
    • BENEDIKTINER HELL
    • KUCHLBAUER WEISSE
    • RED HORSE EXTRA STRONG BEER
    • GAFFEL KOELSCH
    • WHISTLER GRAPEFRUIT ALE
    • TWISTED TEA RASPBERRY
    • WHIPRSNAPR INUKSHUK IPA
    • WHIPRSNAPR TRANS CANADA TRALE
    • WHIPRSNAPR ROOT OF EVIL
    • KING STREET SAISON
    • LAKE OF THE WOODS FORGOTTEN LAKE BLUEBERRY ALE
    • LAKE OF THE WOODS SULTANA GOLD BLONDE ALE
    • FIREHOUSE ENGLISH NUT BROWN
    • LAKE OF THE WOODS LAKESIDE KOLSCH
    • WATERLOO GRAPEFRUIT RADLER
    • LANDSHARK LAGER
    • RED CAP
    • WATERLOO PILSNER
    • WATERLOO IPA
    • WATERLOO AMBER LAGER
    • LAKER ICE
    • LAKER LAGER
    • PC HONEY RED
    • LAKER RED
    • PC GENUINE LAGER
    • WATERLOO DARK
    • PC LIGHT
    • LAKER STRONG
    • PC DRY
    • LAKER LIGHT
    • PC CERVEZA
    • PC LOW CARB
    • HEY YALL HARD ICED TEA
    • HEY YALL GEORGIA PEACH
    • UPPER CANADA DARK ALE
    • COLT 45
    • UPPER CANADA LAGER
    • WELLINGTON COUNTY BROWN ALE
    • WELLINGTON UPSIDE IPA
    • WELLINGTON S P A
    • LAGGAR FALCON CRAFT LAGER
    • WELLINGTON HELLES LAGER
    • RED FALCON ALE
    • COORS ORIGINAL
    • WELLINGTON CRAFT MIXER
    • WATERLOO CRAFT LAGER
    • GRANVILLE BREWERS CHOICE SUMMER
    • BELGIAN MOON MANGO WHEAT
    • CREEMORE BOUNDLESS IPA
    • GRANVILLE BREWERS CHOICE WINTER
    • CREEMORE LAGER
    • MAD AND NOISY LAGERED ALE
    • CREEMORE LOT 9
    • GRANVILLE WEST COAST IPA
    • HEINEKEN 0 0
    • GRANVILLE LIONS SUMMER ALE
    • GRANVILLE ENGLISH BAY PALE ALE
    • CREEMORE COLLECTION
    • GRANVILLE WINTER MINGLER
    • GRANVILLE SUMMER MINGLER
    • GRANVILLE FALSE CREEK RASPBERRY ALE
    • MOLSON FIRESIDE
    • GREAT LAKES POMPOUS ASS ENGLISH ALE
    • CANUCK PALE ALE
    • STACK IMPACT ALTBIER
    • FOUR FATHERS NEW WORLD PILSNER
    • LONDON BREWINGS LONDON ORGANIC LAGER
    • SLEEMAN PIER POINT IPA
    • RIVERHEAD BREWING TROPICAL IPA
    • SLEEMAN RAILSIDE ALE
    • EPHEMERE POMME
    • SLEEMAN ROUSSE DARK
    • OKANAGAN SPRINGS SWITCHBACK ALE
    • SAPPORO
    • SLEEMAN CREAM ALE
    • SLEEMAN ORIGINAL DRAUGHT
    • BROOKLYN LAGER
    • OLD MILWAUKEE ICE
    • PABST BLUE RIBBON 5 9
    • RED BULL DOMESTIC
    • OLD MILWAUKEE
    • OLD MILWAUKEE LIGHT
    • PABST BLUE RIBBON
    • PABST BLUE RIBBON LIGHT
    • SLEEMAN FINE PORTER
    • SLEEMAN SILVER CREEK
    • MACLAYS
    • SLEEMAN HONEY BROWN LAGER
    • SLEEMAN CLEAR 2 0
    • SLEEMAN INDIA PALE ALE
    • SLEEMAN LIGHT
    • UNIBROUE A TOUT LE MONDE
    • SLEEMAN SPRING SELECTIONS
    • PUBLICAN SQUARE NAIL PALE
    • PUBLICAN HOUSE ALE
    • PUBLICAN HIGH NOON
    • BLACK CREEK PORTER
    • KAWARTHA RASPBERRY WHEAT
    • THE COLLINGWOOD BREWERY ROCKWELL PILSNER
    • THE COLLINGWOOD BREWERY KINGPOST ESB
    • THE COLLINGWOOD BREWERY 3 POINT SAISON
    • THE COLLINGWOOD BREWERY DOWN HILL PALE ALE
    • THE COLLINGWOOD BREWERY WHITES BAY IPA
    • BEER DEVIL IPA
    • PHILLIPS BLUE BUCK ALE
    • PHILLIPS ELECTRIC UNICORN WHITE IPA
    • NIAGARA PREMIUM LAGER
    • PHILLIPS TIGER SHARK
    • COLLECTIVE ARTS HAZY STATE
    • BROADHEAD AMBER ALE
    • COLLECTIVE ARTS RANSACK THE UNIVERSE
    • BROADHEAD TANGERINE IPA
    • BIG RIG BLACK IPA RELEASE THE HOUNDS
    • BIG RIG PREMIUM
    • BROADHEAD BLUEBERRY BLONDE
    • BIG RIG GOLD
    • HOPERATION SMASH NEW ENGLAND IPA
    • BIG RIG CANADIAN AMBER
    • BEAR RUNNER BLONDE ALE
    • SPEARHEAD HAWAIIAN PALE ALE
    • BIG RIG ALPHA BOMB IPA
    • 1792 ENGLISH ALE
    • FLYWHEEL BLONDE
    • SPEARHEAD SAM ROBERTS BAND ALE
    • TREE TOPPER RED ALE
    • SPEARHEAD BREWING DECOY LAGER
    • OLD TOMORROW CANADIAN PALE ALE
    • OLD TOMORROW EVERYTHINGS PEACHY ALE
    • LONGSLICE LOOSE LIPS LAGER
    • HOPSTA LA VISTA IPA
    • ACE HILL PILSNER
    • ACE HILL VIENNA LAGER
    • ACE HILL MEXICAN LAGER
    • ACE HILL RADLER
    • BOBCAYGEON COMMON LOON
    • KICHESIPPI 1855
    • BOBCAYGEON DOCKSIDE ALE
    • KICHESIPPI HELLER HIGHWATER
    • SLEEPING GIANT NORTHERN LOGGER
    • SLEEPING GIANT SKULL ROCK STOUT
    • SLEEPING GIANT 360 PALE ALE
    • SLEEPING GIANT MR CANOEHEAD
    • SLEEPING GIANT BEAVER DUCK SESSION INDIA PALE ALE
    • REFINED FOOL POUCH ENVY AUSTRALIAN
    • SMITHAVENS KELLERBIER
    • SMITHAVENS TASTER PACK
    • FORKED RIVER INTERSTELLAR IPA
    • FORKED RIVER CAPITAL BLONDE ALE
    • BLACK OAK PALE ALE
    • BLACK OAK NUT BROWN ALE
    • WALKERVILLE HONEST LAGER
    • WALKERVILLE GERONIMO IPA
    • WALKERVILLE EASY STOUT
    • WALKERVILLE PURITY PILSENER
    • FARMERS DAUGHTER BLONDE ALE
    • WHISTLING PADDLER ENGLISH STYLE ALE
    • ALL OR NOTHING HUSTLE OVER HYPE PALE WHEAT
    • ALL OR NOTHING THINK BIGGER CREAM ALE
    • MACLEANS FARMHOUSE BLONDE
    • LEGION LAGER
    • MIDNIGHT STOUT OATMEAL MILK STOUT
    • MACLEANS PALE ALE
    • CLASS V IPA
    • LAKE OF BAYS SPARK HOUSE RED ALE
    • LAKE OF BAYS PADDLE ON SESSION ALE
    • LAKE OF BAYS STARBOARD IPA
    • LAKE OF BAYS SWITCHBACK PILSNER
    • HOCKLEY DARK ALE
    • HOCKLEY AMBER ALE
    • HOCKLEY CLASSIC LAGER
    • HOCKLEY TASTER PACK
    • NICKEL BROOK CAUSE AND EFFECT
    • NICKEL BROOK NAUGHTY NEIGHBOUR APA
    • NICKEL BROOK HEADSTOCK IPA
    • NICKEL BROOK WICKED AWESOME IPA
    • NICKEL BROOK LOST IN ORBIT SESSION IPA
    • COLLECTIVE ARTS LIFE IN THE CLOUDS
    • COLLECTIVE ARTS RHYME AND REASON
    • COLLECTIVE ARTS AUDIO VISUAL LAGER
    • COLLECTIVE ARTS SAINT OF CIRCUMSTANCE
    • SHINDIG HURON COUNTY LAGER
    • COLLECTIVE ARTS JAM UP THE MASH
    • STONEHAMMER DARK ALE
    • STONEHAMMER PALE ALE
    • STONEHAMMER LIGHT
    • MUSKOKA CREAM ALE
    • STONEHAMMER PILSNER
    • STONEHAMMER OATMEAL COFFE
    • MUSKOKA MAD TOM IPA
    • MUSKOKA DETOUR
    • MUSKOKA HAZED AND CONFUSED
    • MUSKOKA CRAFT LAGER
    • MUSKOKA WINTER SURVIVAL PACK
    • MUSKOKA VENTURE OFF THE BEATEN PACK
    • TRUE NORTH CREAM ALE
    • DOUBLE DROOLING DOG BLACK IPA
    • TRUE NORTH INUKSHUK IPA
    • MAGNOTTA BEAVER TAIL RED ALE
    • MAGNOTTA GRUPPETTO LIGHT LAGER
    • JAMES READY 5 5
    • MOOSEHEAD GRAPEFRUIT RADLER
    • HOP CITY POLLY PILS
    • HOP CITY 8TH SIN BLACK LAGER
    • MOOSEHEAD LIGHT
    • HOP CITY BARKING SQUIRREL
    • HOP CITY HOPBOT IPA
    • MOOSEHEAD LAGER
    • CRACKED CANOE
    • JAMES READY ICE 6 0
    • JAMES READY LIGHT
    • HOP CITY COMMUTER SESSION IPA
    • ALPINE LAGER
    • ERDINGER ALKOHOLFREI 0 4
    • STIEGL FREIBIER 0 4
    • REDLINE CHECK ENGINE
    • CLUTCH AMERICAN PALE ALE
    • COOL BEER LAGER
    • MILLENNIUM BUZZ HEMP BEER
    • STONEWALL LIGHT
    • SAINT ANDRE
    • UNDER THE SAKURA CHERRY BLOSSOM LAGER
    • AGAINST THE GRAIN GOLDEN LAGER
    • BEARDED PROSPECTOR CREAM ALE
    • 5 OCLOCK SHADOW PALE ALE
    • JACQUE STRAPPE
    • LUNATIC FRIDGE
    • SHOCK TOP BELGIAN WHITE
    • BUDWEISER SHOT LABATT
    • LOWENBRAU
    • GOOSE ISLAND IPA
    • BUD LIGHT APPLE
    • LOWENBRAU RADLER
    • BLUE ICE
    • GOOSE ISLAND MIXER
    • STRAW BER RITA BY BUD LIME
    • GOOSE ISLAND HONKERS ALE
    • LAKEPORT HONEY LAGER
    • LAKEPORT RED
    • LAKEPORT PILSENER
    • LAKEPORT LIGHT
    • STEELER
    • LAKEPORT ICE
    • BRAVA
    • BRAVA LIGHT
    • SHOCK TOP CITRUS VARIETY
    • AMSTERDAM DOWNTOWN BROWN
    • AMSTERDAM BONESHAKER IPA
    • BUD LIGHT FLAVOUR FAVES SUMMER MIXER
    • BRAVA 5 5
    • GOOSE ISLAND MIDWAY ISA
    • SPATEN
    • CRUISER ALL DAY PALE ALE
    • BUD LIGHT ORANGE
    • AMSTERDAM SPACE INVADER IPA
    • AMSTERDAM NATURAL BLONDE
    • AMSTERDAM 3SPEED LAGER
    • AMSTERDAM BIG WHEEL
    • AMSTERDAM PALE RIDER
    • COWBELL ABSENT LANDLORD
    • COWBELL DOC PERDUES BOBCAT
    • DESIGNATED DRAFT 0 5
    • PARTAKE IPA
    • PARTAKE BLONDE
    • VIMY RED ALE
    • VIMY CREAM ALE
    • LOST CRAFT REVIVALE PREMIUM LAGERED ALE
    • HENDERSON BEST AMBER ALE
    • HENDERSON BREWING PEARSON EXPRESS IPA
    • HENDERSON FOOD TRUCK ALE
    • CALEDON HILL PREMIUM LAGER
    • CALEDON HILLS DEADLY DARK
    • BROAD REACH NOR EASTER IPA
    • NORTH COUNTRY KELLERBIER
    • BOSHKUNG 35AND118 CREAM ALE
    • ANDERSON AMBER ALE
    • WAYNE GRETZKY 99 LAGER
    • ANDERSON CREAM ALE
    • ANDERSON IPA
    • HOPS AND ROBBERS IPA
    • HOPS AND ROBBERS GRAPEFRUIT IPA
    • HOPS AND ROBBERS PINEAPPLE IPA
    • DOUBLE TROUBLE PECAN PIE PORTER
    • EAST HAMILTON LAGER GERMAN STYLE PILSNER
    • KINGSVILLE BARREL AGED STOUT
    • KINGSVILLE PALE ALE
    • KINGSVILLE HEFEWEIZEN
    • EL CAMINO CERVEZA
    • NEW LIMBURG BELGIAN BLONDE
    • NEW LIMBURG WIT BELGIAN STYLE ALE
    • SURPRISE SOUR ALCOHOL FREE BEER
    • KINGSVILLE LIGHT EH
    • LOCK STREET BREWING INDUSTRIAL PALE ALE
    • OOPS NON ALCOHOLIC IPA
    • KINGSVILLE CZECH STYLE LAGER
    • HALIBURTON COFFEE PORTER
    • HALIBURTON BLUELINE BLONDE ALE
    • LOCKER ROOM LAGER
    • HESPELER VILLAGE IPA
    • SOBER CARPENTER NON ALCOHOLIC WHITE
    • SOBER CARPENTER NON ALCOHOLIC IPA
    • CANADIAN HERITAGE GOLD PILSNER
    • GOODLOT FARMSTEAD ALE
    • SIDE LAUNCH WHEAT
    • SIDE LAUNCH NORTHBOUND LAGER
    • RAILWAY CITY BREWING DEAD ELEPHANT IPA
    • MAPLE SPORTS ALE
    • RAILWAY CITY BREWING IRON SPIKE COPPER
    • SAULTER STREET BREWERY RIVERSIDE PILSNER
    • SWING BRIDGE BLONDE ALE
    • CUP AND SAUCER ENGLISH ALE
    • YUZU PALE ALE
    • 8 TRACK IPA
    • 5 PADDLES BREWING HOME SWEET HOME
    • LANDLOCKED INDIA PALE ALE
    • 5 PADDLES BREWING IN YOUR FACE IPA
    • ROGER THAT EXTRA PALE ALE
    • CALABOGIES BOGIE WEST COAST AMERICAN IPA
    • CALABOGIES BROWN COW NITRO STOUT
    • CALABOGIE PORTAGE PILSNER
    • DEADLINE PREMIUM BLONDE LAGER
    • SAWDUSTCITY LITTLE NORWAY
    • GROLSCH NON ALCOHOLIC RADLER 0 0
    • GROLSCH NON ALCOHOLIC 0 0
    • HOMETOWN SOUTHERN ALE
    • ORGANIC WILD WHEAT
    • HOMETOWN SOUTHERN LIGHT
    • OTONABEE RIVER LAGER
    • HOMETOWN HAZY SUSAN IPA
    • OTONABEE RIVER IMPERIAL DOUBLE IPA
    • BEAUS FULL TIME IPA
    • BEAUS GOOD TIME SESSION IPA
    • BEAUS LUG TREAD LAGERED ALE
    • BEAUS WAG THE WOLF WHITE IPA
    • BEAUS RADLER
    • SPLIT RAIL AMBER ALE
    • MANITOULIN GOLD
    • TOWN BREWERY SQUARE WHEELS HAZY IPA
    • POWERHOUSE HOMECOMING AMERICAN PALE ALE
    • BAYSIDE BREWING LONG POND LAGER
    • BAYSIDE BREWING BRONZEBACK DARK ALE
    • CLIFF TOP PALE ALE
    • BAYSIDE BREWING ORCHARD CHERRY LAGER
    • FARMSTAND LAGER
    • BEYOND THE PALE PINK FUZZ
    • BEYOND THE PALE CLEAN CUT
    • MASCOT PILSNER
    • BENCH BREWING BALLS FALL SESSION IPA
    • BENCH BREWING JORDAN HARBOUR BELGIAN PALE ALE
    • BACKPADDLE BONDE ALE
    • PORTAGE INDIA PALE ALE
    • BENCH BREWING LINCOLN LAGER
    • BEYOND THE PALE AROMATHERAPY
    • UNIBROUE WINTER COLLECTION
    • RODENBACH CLASSIC
    • PAULANER HELL MUNCHNER LAGER
    • RUSSELL SCHNAPSIDEE GERMAN PILSNER
    • RUSSELL CRAFT CRUSHER MIX PACK
    • SAWDUST EVERYDAY MAGIC HAZY IPA
    • SAWDUST LONE PINE WEST COAST IPA
    • HERITAGE HOPS PERTH COUNTY CONSPIRACY APA
    • HERITAGE HOPS 21 HAZE EAST COAST IPA
    • HERITAGE HOPS ITS NOON SOMEWHERE LIGHT LAGER
    • EVERGREEN MAIDEN VOYAGE
    • EVERGREEN TRUE NORTH CERVEZA
    • BEAUS FALL WINTER MIX PACK
    • NAUGHTY OTTER LAGER
    • NAUGHTY OTTER PILSNER
    • DOMINION CITY TWO FLAGS IPA
    • DOMINION CITY TOWN AND COUNTRY BLONDE ALE
    • KAISERDOM PILSENER
    • STONEHOOKER BREWING CHILL PILS CZECH STYLE PILSNER
    • MACKINNON 8 MAN ENGLISH PALE ALE
    • STIEGL ALPINE PACK
    • MACKINNON CROSSCUT CANADIAN ALE
    • DELIRIUM RED
    • PERTH EURO PILSNER
    • BRUGSE ZOT BLOND
    • BLACKLIST BLACK GERMAN LAGER
    • SPEARHEAD MOROCCAN BROWN ALE
    • LAKE OF BAYS EARLY WARNING
    • LEFT FIELD ICE COLD BEER
    • LEGEND 7 GATHERING OF LEGENDS MIXER PACK
    • THIS ONE CALIFORNIA COMMON
    • FLYING MONKEYS THE MUTANTS ARE REVOLTING CRUSHABLE IPA
    • KENSINGTON ANOTHER HAZY BEER
    • GRAND RIVER GRAND AVENUE JUICY IPA
    • ARIA PORTER
    • ARIA IPA
    • ARIA LAGER
    • WOODHOUSE LAGER
    • CORONA
    • TRESTLE GOLDEN ALE
    • BREW REVOLUTION NEIPA WALKIN ON SUNSHINE
    • RED RACER CRUISER 8 MIXER PACK
    • CHERRY RIVER YUZU LIME
    • BEAUS LUG 2 5 LAGERED ALE
    • WERNESGRUNER PILS
    • MOLSON COMMON BOND
    • RUSSELL A WEE ANGRY SCOTCH ALE
    • REDNECK LOGGER
    • STORYTELLER LAGER
    • MARKET BREWING CO ROAM HAZY IPA
    • OCTOPUS WANTS TO FIGHT IPA
    • NITA BIJU BRUT IPA
    • RIVERHEAD BREWING MEXICAN CERVEZA
    • NITA IPA MIXED PACK ONTARIO CRAFT
    • ABANDONED AT THE ALTAR RASPBERRY SOUR
    • MAGNOTTA BREWERY WUNDER WEISSE WHEAT BEER
    • GRAND RIVER CLIFF DIVE SESSION IPA
    • LONGSLICE SKY BISON APA
    • PERTH GRAPEFRUIT RADLER
    • REFINED FOOL IPA FUN BOX
    • SPEARHEAD LIGHTER LAGER
    • BOSHKUNG LIFE SESSION LAGER
    • WATERLOO TART CHERRY RADLER
    • LANDSHARK SELTZER MIXER PACK
    • KICHESIPPI WARRIOR WOMAN APA
    • NITA HANS IN DIE HOSEN
    • CALEDON HILLS HELLES
    • CREEMORE HELLES LIGHT LAGER
    • REARVIEW PILSNER
    • BANGKOK CROSSWALK NORTH EAST PALE ALE
    • VIZZY HARD SELTZER PINEAPPLE MANGO
    • VIZZY HARD SELTZER BLUEBERRY POMEGRANATE
    • COORS SELTZER BLACK CHERRY
    • COORS SELTZER MANGO
    • BREW REVOLUTION NORWEGIAN PALE ALE KASHMIR
    • NUTRL MANGO
    • NUTRL BLACK CHERRY
    • PAULANER SALVATOR BOCK BIER
    • FOUR FATHERS LIGHT LAGER
    • 5W30
    • CITRALE
    • HENDERSON X SOCIETY HIBISCUS PALE ALE
    • MIDTOWN BREWING DRY IRISH STOUT
    • NUTRL MALT MIXER
    • EXPEDITION BIGFOOT BOCK
    • EXPEDITION LOCH NESS LAGER
    • TONA CERVEZA
    • PHILLIPS OCTOBOX
    • SAMUEL ADAMS WICKED EASY
    • BUD LIGHT MANGO
    • MILL STREET HAZY ORGANIC IPA
    • EXCHANGE BREWERY NO 2 AMBER ALE
    • SLEEMAN CLEAR PEACH
    • BANGARANG PINK LEMONADE HARD SELTZER
    • COWBELL HAZY DAYS IPA
    • HOP CITY NORTH OF 41 BLONDE ALE
    • HOP CITY MISFIT MANGO PASSION IPA
    • HOP CITY EL LIMERO GINGER LIME LAGER
    • MILL STREET HOPPED AND CONFUSED VOL 3
    • WAYNE GRETZKY 99 HAZY IPA
    • WAYNE GRETZKY 99 HAZY PILSNER
    • COORS SLICE GRAPEFRUIT
    • RALLY EXTRA MILE SESSION IPA
    • MOOSEHEAD CUCUMBER LIME MOJITO SHAKER
    • MOOSEHEAD SUNRISE CHERRY MIMOSA SHAKER
    • BELGIAN MOON SHARE PACK
    • COLD BEER WARM DAY
    • COORS SELTZER VARIETY PACK
    • VIZZY HARD SELTZER VARIETY PACK
    • PARSONS WESTY PALE ALE
    • BROADHEAD PILSNER
    • COLLECTIVE ARTS 12 SPAKLING HARD TEAS
    • CHURCH KEY BREWING NORTHUMBERLAND ALE
    • CHURCH KEY BREWING HOLY SMOKE SCOTCH ALE
    • BOBCAYGEON PETES LAGER
    • CHERRY RIVER PEACH AND BASIL
    • CHERRY RIVER BLACK CHERRY
    • JUICE ISLAND HAZY IPA
    • COTTAGE SPRINGS BEVERAGE CO HARD SELTZER MIXED PACK
    • STEAM WHISTLE CANADA MEETS COLORADO PARTNERSHIP PACK
    • COLLECTIVE ARTS BLUEBERRY AND ELDERBERRY HARD TEA
    • CLIFFORD BREWING CHAIN LINK LAGER
    • MILL STREET ESSENTIALS MIX PACK SPRING SUMMER 2021
    • HOP VALLEY BUBBLE STASH
    • RHYTHM AND BREWS SYMPHONY HAZY IPA
    • MVP BREWING PREMIUM LAGER
    • FLYING MONKEYS WORLDS AWAY

    Drinking Disney

    The complete festival menus for the 18th Annual Epcot International Food and Wine Festival are out! You can check out the full menu list on the Disney Food Blog or the Disney Park’s Blog, but here’s a quick look at the dedicated beer booths at the festival for this year:

    Brewer’s Collection:

    • Schöfferhofer Grapefruit
    • Altenmünster Oktoberfest
    • Warsteiner Premium Verum
    • Warsteiner Premium Dunkel
    • Radeberger Pilsner
    • BraufactuM Palor
    • BraufactuM Roog Smoked Wheat Beer
    • BraufactuM Darkon
    • Beer Flight 1: Schöfferhofer Grapefruit, Altenmünster Oktoberfest, Warsteiner Premium Verum, Warsteiner Premium Dunkel
    • Beer Flight 2: Radeberger Pilsner, BraufactuM Palor, BraufactuM Roog Smoked Wheat Beer, BraufactuM Darkon

    Craft Beers:

    • Dogfish Head Brewery, Namaste
    • Abita Brewing Company, Fall Fest
    • Leinenkugel’s® Seasonal Shandy, (Summer Shandy/Orange Shandy)
    • Florida Beer Company, Devil’s Triangle
    • New Belgium Brewing Company, Fat Tire
    • Widmer Brothers Brewing®, Alchemy Ale
    • Red Hook, Audible Ale
    • Sierra Nevada, Torpedo® Extra IPA
    • Beer Flight 1: Dogfish Head Brewery Namaste, Abita Brewing Company Fall Fest, Leinenkugel’s® Seasonal Shandy, Florida Beer Company Devil’s Triangle
    • Beer Flight 2: New Belgium Brewing Company Fat Tire, Widmer Brother s Brewing Alchemy Ale, Red Hook Audible Ale, Sierra Nevada Torpedo®

    Definitely liking the new beer flight options!

    Also of note, the new Scotland booth will offer:

    • Innis & Gunn® Original
    • Loch Lomond featuring Glenfiddich® 12 year
    • Glenfiddich® Scotch Flight (12, 15 and 18 year)

    This year’s festival will also offer an orange version of the popular Dole Whip, available with or without Crème de Cacao White,

    There are lots more specialty drinks, beer, and wine available at the various booths at this year’s festival, so be sure to check out the complete menus!


    German Beers Available in North America

    German beers are legendary, among the world’s best, and Germany wines and spirits are crafted with the same passion. Based on our research, the following German beers are available to the trade and consumers within North America. We make every effort to keep the list as up-to-date as possible, but due to the fast changing trade conditions for food and beverages on this continent, some of the products may no longer be available and other products may have entered the market that we don’t know about. Please email us if you want us to add or delete some of the products.

    Aecht Schlenkerla – Rauchbier (Smoked Beer) &mdash Brewed with Original Schlenkerla Smokemalt from the Schlenkerla maltings and tapped according to old tradition directly from the gravity-fed oakwood cask in the historical 15th century brewery tavern in Bamberg/Franconia. (Bavaria)
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    Andechser &mdash The monastery of Andechs has a brewing tradition since 1455 and produces one of the best bock beer and wheat beers. Worth a visit, as this brewery is located close to the Starnberg Lake southwest of Munich. (Bavaria)
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    Apostelbraeu &mdash A well known Bavarian brewery that uses malt from spelt, an ancient grain. Located in the bavarian Palatine area, close to the border of the Czech Republic. (Bavaria)
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    Arcobräu &mdash For almost 500 years, Arcobräu has been brewed in Moos, at the very heart of lower Bavaria where the Danube and the Isar meet. Surrounded by rolling fields of barley and wheat with the dark hills of the Bavarian forest in the distance, the location is idyllic. (Bavaria)
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    Augustiner Bräu &mdash Augustiner-Bräu is a brewery in Munich, Germany. Established in 1328, it is Munich's oldest independent brewery. Augustiner Edelstoff and Maximator available in the US. Owned by (Bavaria)
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    Ayinger &mdash Beer in Bavaria has had an exceptionally high value since time immemorial. It is not just the proverbial “liquid bread” alone, but rather also the social “cement” of our culture, in which values such as conviviality, community, honesty, reliability and solidarity with the homeland play a major role. (Bavaria)
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    Beck’s &mdash Beer connoisseurs around the world immediately recognize Beck's Pils by its pure freshness and unique taste. It used to be Germany's leading export beer until the brand was purchased by Anheuser Busch Inbev. Beck's in the US is now brewed in St. Louis, MO. (Bremen)
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    Benedektiner &mdash A great wheat beer from the Benedektine monastery of Ettal in Oberammergau, close to the Austrian border. Owned by the Bitburger Group (Bavaria)
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    Bitburger &mdash Germany's number 1 draft beer. Bitburger is valued for its crisp and clean taste, and is enjoyed in over 70 countries worldwide. (North Rhine Westphalia)
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    BraufactM &mdash A craft beer line from the Radeberger Group, with a variety of unique tasteing beers made from global recipes with German craftsmanship. (Hesse)
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    Braukunst Keller &mdash The handcrafted beers from Himburg's Braukunstkeller are brewed according to the German Purity Law with the soft brewing water of the Bavarian Forest. (Bavaria)
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    Clausthaler &mdash Ever since it put non-alcoholic beer on the map in 1979, Clausthaler has been the gold standard of the segment. With its own, specialized brewing technique, the pioneer still creates its signature non-alcoholic lager, Clausthaler Classic, in strict accordance with the German purity law. (Hesse)
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    DAB &mdash DAB is the ambassador of the famous Dortmund Beer style which is brewed in compliance with the German Beer Purity Law of 1516. Using only pure and natural ingredients, DAB is still brewed in Dortmund to original recipes. (North Rhine Westphalia)
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    Diebels Alt &mdash One of the best known and most popular Alt Biers in Germany. This is the dark top-fermented beer popular in Duessledorf and surroundings. The brand belongs to the Anheuse Bush Inbev group. (North Rhine Westphalia)
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    Dinkelacker &mdash The family brewery Dinkelacker stands for wonderfully fresh beers full of tradition and brewed with passion that can be tasted in every sip. Ever since the company was founded by Carl Dinkelacker in 1888, we have been brewing beers using only the best ingredients and based on recipes that have been passed down for generations. (Baden Wuerttemberg)
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    Distelhäuser &mdash With over 21 beer specialities – from pils to wheat beer and special editions, Distelhäser makes a significant contribution to the beer culture and beer diversity. Year after year, the outstanding quality of products receives recognition in the form of many national and international awards. (Baden Wuerttemberg)
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    Durst-Malz &mdash Based in Bruchsa, Baden Wuerttemberg, this family-owned company has evolved over the past two centuries from a small barley roaster to one of Germany's largest suppliers of malted barley, unique for each type of beer. (Baden Wuerttemberg)
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    Eichbaum &mdash The Eichbaum beer brewing company is located in Mannheim, Baden-Württemberg. It was founded in 1679 by Mannheim's Councillor Jean du Chêne. Today the Eichbaum brewing company is owned by Actris AG. (Baden Wuerttemberg)
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    Einbecker &mdash A characteristic bitter taste, unique and perfectly matured. The perfect composition of the best hops and selected fine malts bring the classic bitter character of Einbecker Brewery Premium Pils to mature perfection. (Lower Saxony)
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    EKU &mdash EKU walks the line between a true eisbock and a fortified doppelbock. Its recipe remains a secret, but it is known that while lagering for an astounding nine months, its temperature is dropped until it begins to freeze. Owned by Kulmacher Brau. (Bavaria)
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    Erdinger &mdash A particularly pleasantly spicy aroma, a distinctive yeast flavor and an unmistakable top-fermenting beer profile, brewed according to a 125 year-old recipe. (Bavaria)
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    Flensburger &mdash Flensburger Brauerei is located in Flensburg in Schleswig-Holstein, Germany. The brew a very light, lean beer in the Pilsener brewing style with perfect head of foam, a full-bodied-soft and fresh taste and a light yeast flower. The strong, pleasantly hop-bitter character makes it so unique. (Schleswig Holstein)
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    Franziskaner &mdash The original fresh wheat beer taste. Cloudy in appearance, the rich but delicately bitter taste of Franziskaner Weissbier results from the large percentage of wheat malt. Owned by Anheuser Bush Inbev. (Bavaria)
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    Friedenfelser &mdash A fresh, tingly indulgence. Naturally cloudy, bottle-fermented, and brewed according to traditional Bavarian methods. (Bavaria)
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    Früh Kölsch &mdash A style distinctive to Cologne, the name Kölsch is protected by law under the Kölsch Konvention so that only beers brewed in and around the city can bear the name. Früh is well regarded in the city and considered one of the best Kölsch. (North Rhine Westphalia)
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    Gosebrauerei Bayerischer Bahnhof &mdash Produces house-made beer for local and US market in various styles. All beers are served unfiltered, so there is a little yeast left from the brewing process, and are produced using special malts from the company Weyermann and hops from the Elbe-Saale area. (Saxony)
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    Hacker-Pschorr &mdash The main focus of Hacker-Pschorr is the art of brewing and enjoyable beer. But at the same time it also maintains a strong connection to its regional roots. As a regional brand in southern Bavaria, Hacker-Pschorr is recognised in Munich and the Bavarian uplands as a partner to regional clubs and associations in the areas of both sports and culture. (Bavaria)
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    Hirschbräu &mdash Based in the Allgäu region, Hirsch has been family owned and operated for over 350 years. Their approach is based on cultivating traditional brewing methods to produce beers with flavourful, distinctive character. (Bavaria)
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    Hofbrauhaus Wolters &mdash A privately held brewery based in Braunschweig, Lower Saxony, Hofbrauhaus Wolters produces a variety of beers for local and international consumption. (Lower Saxony)
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    Hofbräu &mdash With original recipes handed down by Wilhelm V, the Duke of Bavaria, Hofbräu's fame continues to pour across the globe. Hofbräu beer is imported directly from the brewery in Munich, Germany. (Bavaria)
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    Hofmühl Weissbier &mdash Handcrafted with local raw materials, strictly according to the Hofmühl quality rules and the Bavarian Purity Law of 1516, this Weissbier is a fine, fruity and naturally cloudy specialty beer with digestible yeast flower. (Bavaria)
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    Holsten – Non-alcoholic Beer &mdash Holsten is a premium non-alcoholic malt beverage available in 8 refreshing flavours. So whatever mood you are in, Holsten has a flavour to match it. (Hamburg)
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    Julius Echter – Hefeweiss Dunkel &mdash Julius Echter is one of the foremost purveyors of German hefeweizens, and once you get a smell of this beer, you will know why. Fresh bananas abound from the first scent of this brew and don't let up until well after your last swallow. (Bavaria)
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    Kaiserdom – Malt Beer (Malzbier) non-alcoholic &mdash A German amber, foggy, alcohol free Hefe-Weissbier with very low, white head. Aroma is malt, fruit, light banana, yeast. (Bavaria)
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    Klosterbrauerei Ettal &mdash The monastery brewery Ettal was founded in 1609 and can look back on over 400 years of uninterrupted brewing history. Even after 400 years the beer is still brewed by the monks at the Abbey. (Bavaria)
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    Kulmbacher Reichelbräu &mdash Founded by Johann Wolfgang Reichel 165 years ago, Kulmbacher Brau (former Reichelbräu) is the leading brewery in Bavaria's Northern region of Franconia. (Bavaria)
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    König – Pils Beer &mdash König's pilsner pours light gold with a white, foamy head. Yeasty characteristics emerge in the aroma as the beer warms, so drink it cold to fully appreciate the fragrant, earthy hops and mellow sugary malt scents. Owned by Bitburger. (North Rhine Westphalia)
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    Köstritzer – Black Beer &mdash A mahogany colour, and a lasting, cream-coloured, finely pored head are the defining features of Köstritzer black lager beer. Its expressive fragrance evokes a range of intense spicy aromas, including sage, roasted chestnuts, dark honey, bitter chocolate and fresh, farm-baked bread. Owned by Bitburger. (Thuringia)
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    Löwenbräu – Beer and non-alcoholic beer &mdash One of Germany's most historically significant beer brands. Once purchased by Miller in the 1970s, the brand became very popular in the US, only to loose it's appeal when the beer was brewed in the US. Now owned by Anheuser Bush Inbev. (Bavaria)
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    Maisel &mdash Maisel's consistent adherence to the original brewing process with selected wheat and barley malt and the use of its own yeast breed make Maisel's Weisse a unique pleasure. With its unique bright amber color and its pronounced fruity-spicy taste, it differs in a pleasant way from other wheat beers. (Bavaria)
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    Paulaner &mdash The finest Munich art of brewing since 1634 - Paulaner is Munich tradition. (Bavaria)
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    Pfungstädter &mdash The Pfungstädter Brewery was founded in 1831 by Justus Hildebrand. Today the Pfungstädter Brewery is one of the few medium-sized breweries in Germany that is still 100% family owned. (Hesse)
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    Pilsner Urquell &mdash In 1842, we made the world's first golden pilsner and we never stopped. Pilsner Urquell is crafted in Pilsen, Czech Republic using traditional methods and ingredients! (Czech Republic)
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    Pinkus Muller &mdash Of the 150 old beer breweries that once existed in Münster, only one has survived: Pinkus Müller. Pinkus is a name that stands not only for brewing, but also for a long family tradition, with five generations of brewers dating back to 1816. (North Rhine Westphalia)
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    Reissdorf Kölsch &mdash Reissdorf Kölsch is very light in color, slightly malty, fairly soft palate, dry finish. The Kölsch is fermented with an ale yeast, but matured at cooler "lagering" temperatures to produce an ale's fruity complexity with a lager's crispness. (North Rhine Westphalia)
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    Riedenburger &mdash Bavarian-style wheat beers that are fruity and sparkling fresh. Riedenburger Brauhaus has an outstanding expertise in brewing Bavarian-style wheat beers since the 1950s. (Bavaria)
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    Rothaus Tannenzaepfle &mdash (Baden Wuerttemberg)
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    Schneider Weisse – Wheat Beer &mdash In 1872, wheat beer had declined in popularity and, seeing an opportunity, royal brewer Georg Schneider purchased the brewing rights from the Bavarian King Ludwig II. Over 140 years later, the brewery still uses his same recipe and open fermentation process. (Bavaria)
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    Schoefferhofer Grapefruit &mdash Binding Brauerei Frankfurt (Hesse)
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    Schultheiss &mdash Brewing beer literally depends on what is in the brew pan. Schultheiss knows tha, and uses only use the best that nature has to offer for its fresh-spicy original. Pure water, the finest spring barley, selected hop varieties and of course our yeast from its own pure breeding. (Berlin)
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    Spaten &mdash Spaten is a Munich based brewery that specializes in Bavarian-style beers. The top seller has a soft, white head perched above a flickering light golden brew while an understated sweet grain aroma lifts spicy noble hops up to the nose. Owned by Anheuser Bush Inbev. (Bavaria)
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    St. Pauli Girl &mdash St. Pauli Girl beers are premium lagers that have been brewed and bottled by the St. Pauli Brauerei in Bremen, Germany since 1857. Owned by Anheuser Bush Inbev. (Bremen)
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    Tucher &mdash Tucher specializes in producing dopplebock beers. Their signature beer has 7.5% alcohol, and Tucher's Bajuvator is the prime example of what a Doppelbock should be. It pours a dark rich chestnut brown with a thick cream colored head, perfect for an enjoyable drink. (Bavaria)
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    Uerige – Altbier &mdash Of all German beers, Uerige Alt has the highest content of bitter constituents. In spite of – or maybe because of – this, their legendary Altbier from Düsseldorf is full-bodied, aromatic, and agreeable. (North Rhine Westphalia)
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    Warsteiner &mdash In the beginning was a pilsener, the now famous and popular Warsteiner Premium Verum. This pilsener, brewed with top-quality ingredients and the particularly soft water from Warsteiner's own Kaiserquelle, is also available in the non-alcoholic version Warsteiner Premium Fresh. (North Rhine Westphalia)
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    Weihenstephan &mdash As the oldest brewery in the world they are proud of their various beers: wheat beer, dark and light wheat beer, crystal wheat beer, vitus and korbinian and original helles. (Bavaria)
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    Weltenburger Pils &mdash Weltenburger Kloster is a Benedictine monastery that has existed for nearly 1,000 years in Bavaria. It boasts the second oldest known brewery founded in 1050 CE and has been brewing continually since its creation, with the exception of 1803 to 1858 when the monastery was dissolved temporarily. (Bavaria)
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    Würzburger &mdash The Würzburg Hofbräu is the only brewery in Würzburg, Germany. It was founded in 1643 by the Franconian Prince-Bishop Johann Philipp von Schönborn and is deeply rooted in the region of Lower Franconia. (Bavaria)
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    Zoller-Hof &mdash Great things come to those who wait! The traditional fermentation and a 6-weeks maturing process in ice cold tanks is the big difference between our beers and the industrially produced discount beers who in general mature beer only for 2-4 weeks. (Baden Wuerttemberg)
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    Double Beer in France and Its Origins

    A follow-up to my last post: Citations for “bière double/double bière” appear regularly in French sources going back to the 1500s at least. A beer at Paris was known by such names according to some writers on French beer in the 1800s. The beer was, typically, brown and reasonably strong, and one gravity table from a French science dictionary, 1823, suggests Paris double beer was equal to English “ale”: thus 6-7% abv, sometimes higher but probably not often. Some reports put the range much lower though, as this one (1856). It is always hard to tell, but in general I believe these beers to have been reasonably strong.

    As I said in my last post, it is not unusual that the old English term, double beer, had analogues elsewhere, even in France. There are two issues here: what is the proximate origin of the emerging Belgian dubbels of the 1800s, an era when the beers of the people were often sour and half the strength of Chimay (7.2%) in 1877? And what was the ultimate origin of the term double beer/bière double? It’s two separate questions. For the first one, unquestionably in my view, the monastic double beer of Dieulouard abbey, 1608-1789, had to influence what Westmalle and Chimay brewed in the 1800s. The geographic, temporal, and cultural factors (Benedictine link, departure of French monks for greener pastures in Belgium after 1789), all coincide.

    The fact of strong brown beer having apparently had currency in Paris, called by the same name, may have been a contributing factor. My sense is monastic communities by their very nature tend to rely on their own resources and history, not those of a commercial market, but anyway that is possible.

    One interesting source , a 1580 book called “L’Agriculture et La Maison Rustique” by the French physicians and writers on agriculture, Charles Estienne and Jean Liebault, described bière double as of English and Flemish origin – thus not French. (The first letter of “bière” in the link is obscured due to the scan but numerous other editions clearly state “double bière”).

    They bracket this term, or double beer in English, with the French terms “alle” and “gutalle“. These were colloquial terms, indeed alternate spellings, meaning ale and good ale. To me, all this suggests an ultimate English origin for double beer and the equivalent French word. But in light of the authors’ suggestion of a possible Flemish connection, I acknowledge that dubbel bier in Flemish, and maybe bière double in Francophone Belgium, may have come first. After all, the Flemings brought hopped beer to England.

    I’ll set aside whether Dieulouard’s beer, or Westmalle’s and Chimay’s, was ale or beer in English terms. The distinction was losing significance in England anyway let alone France and Belgium where the history and terminology were different. I will also not discuss, here at any rate, doppelbock beer, although I believe it is likely a monastic version of Trappist dubbel and Dieulouard abbey’s earlier double beer.

    I doubt it will be possible to sort the second question out given the very distant eras being referred to. If dubbel bier/double beer/bière double was originally Flemish, its memory may have lingered on in the Belgian lands. Of course, Rochefort abbey for its part has been brewing since the 1500s with a lapsus of about 100 years after the French Revolution. It now issues beers to the public of this description, since 1952.

    But again: the signal success of the Dieulouard brewery to sustain the Saint-Laurent Benedictines there was unique to my knowledge. They used the term double beer, this is known as a fact as I explained earlier. We cannot ignore the likelihood that this successful application of St. Benedict’s Rule was impressed upon Westmalle, Chimay, Achel and Rochefort when they started brewing in the 1800s.

    Note re image: the image is of the Chateau in Dieulouard, Lorraine, France, before WW I. It is in the public domain and was sourced here.


    Blue Point Brewing Legalize Wheat

    With the canna-centric 420 holiday on the horizon, Blue Point Brewing has announced the launch of Legalize Wheat for anyone looking to celebrate sans THC.

    Legalize Wheat is a 7.0% ABV Hoppy American wheat ale made with a Pineapple Express Terpene blend.

    This beer taps into the emerging craft beer trends of terpenes . These are naturally occurring compounds that impact flavor and aroma in beer (and cannabis).

    Blue Point also worked with artist Helen Kennedy , the first female artist-in-residence for the Grateful Dead, to design graphics for this limited-edition brew.

    Further celebrating the upcoming cannabis holiday, Blue Point has launched a limited-edition HopBox. Available for DTC shipping across New York and for pickup at the LI pub, the kit includes the Legalize Wheat, Peripheral Drift (IPA), LIIT (Hard Tea Seltzer) , and Hoptical Illusion (IPA) brews alongside rolling papers, munchies, a limited-edition poster designed by Kennedy herself, and more.


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