A rare treat and available on draft exclusively at the Berliner Pub! The only beer in the world with an appellation controlee . Family owned and un-pasteurized this pale golden beer uses ale yeast that is lagered. Zunft has subtle notes of fruit with a very clean bright finish.
Fresh and un-pasteurized this Pils showcases a brilliant white creamy head with a mildly sweet body and a very clean dry crisp finish. Using fresh ingredients and noble hops, this is a true example of a German Pilsner.
Clean and crisp with underlying notes of malt sweetness and hop bitterness. A light and refreshing beer that is easy on the palate and clean in the finish.
A Bavarian specialty. Unlike the Pilsner, the Helles Lager focuses on the sweet malt character with the hops in a supporting role. Full flavored but light and easy. The most popular drink of Munich!
A black lager that is very deceiving. Pitch black with notes of roast and chocolate, but a very clean quick light finish. The malt sweetness is highlighted with subtle roast that gives way to a clean finish that doesn't linger.
Maisel's Original Weisse
A un-pasteurized wheat beer from Northern Bavaria. This classic wheat bier embodies what a true weisse should have: Notes of banana and clove in the nose. Brilliant white pillowing head. Creamy full unfiltered body that has a very bright and effervescent finish.
Hacker Pschorr Weisse
An unfiltered classic wheat bier from Munich. Notes of banana and clove and subtle bubblegum, this weisse bier has a full body of refreshing wheat malt that has a clean finish and a slight tart edge for a refreshing finish.
This dark weisse bier is near black in color with a ruby brown highlight. The aroma of bananas and clove also showcase subtle chocolate and roast. One of the only dark wheat biers available on draft in the country!
Schneider and Sohns Hopfen Weisse
A joint brewing effort with Schneider from Kelheim Germany and Brooklyn Brewing from NY. An interesting and unique take on the traditional German weisse. Notes of banana and clove as well as subtle citrus from the hops. A hoppy dry weisse bier that bridges the gap of two great brewing countrys.
Schneider and Sohns Aventinus Eisbock
Eisbock is a style where the bier is frozen and the water is removed, creating a very strong concentrate sweet beer. This is a malt and wheat bomb that is super effervescent and bright. Notes of banana and light ether in the nose. The body is big and full with notes of plum and dark fruit.
This is the definition of a classic Munich Oktoberfest. Sweet malt aroma and dark golden copper in color. This bier has a nice caramel sweetness in the body that gives way to a clean lagered finish that begs the mouth for one more drink.
Considered the first brewery to brew a bock. Copper in color with a fresh creamy head. Sweet body with enough hops to balance out the sweetness and provide a nice easy finish. A strong bier that is perfect for the spring and summer months.
Paulaner Salvator Doppelbock
The first doppelbock ever made. Aroma has a sweet malt preview with notes of raisin and toffee. Big body and bold flavors. Created by the monks of St. Francis of Paula for lint. Truly liquid bread!