Keegan's Tap Beer List (current)

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  • 312 Urban Wheat

    Brewery: Goose Island Beer Company

    Stats:
    ABV 4.2% Gravity: 1.012/3°P
    IBU: 20 RateBeer.com: 28
    Like the digits suggest, it is a beer that is densely populated with flavor and loaded with character. Unfiltered, none of its life and soul is stripped away. The first thing you notice is the hazy, cloudy appearance. What hits you next is the spicy aroma of Cascade hops, followed by the crispy, fruity ale flavor delivered in a smooth, creamy body, the result of blending barley malt with torrified wheat. It's not like any other Goose Island Beer, but no less that you'd expect.

  • Eleven Ale

    Brewery: Surly Brewing Company

    Stats:
    ABV 10.0% Gravity: N/A
    IBU: N/A RateBeer.com: 95
    Brewery's Description: Eleven! I guess that makes us old, in "Minnesota Brewing Years". We brewed this beer in honor of two-faced Janus who peers both ahead and behind. A Belgian-style Quad Ale honors the past while 100% Brett-fermented wheat beer looks towards the future. Blended together, Eleven exists in a purely liminal space.

  • Freewheeler Cider

    Brewery: Sociable Cider Werks

    Stats:
    ABV 0.0% Gravity: N/A
    IBU: N/A RateBeer.com: N/A
    Pub note: Sociable does not provide the ABV of their ciders... Freewheeler is the product in our lineup most like a traditional European cider. The light, crisp, and effervescent character is reminiscent of a sparkling wine, Prosecco or Champagne. Freewheeler is crafted using a blend of Haralson, Honeycrisp, and SweeTango® apples that provide a tart but subtle apple flavor that is never sticky or overtly sweet. Finally a touch of brewed cane sorghum and Willamette hops adds body, structure and a hint of earthen aroma. Freewheeler is never too sweet or filling...the perfect start to any night. Go ahead and be a Freewheeler! Gluten-free

  • Guinness

    Brewery: Guinness & Co.

    Stats:
    ABV 4.2% Gravity: 1.04/10°P
    IBU: 30 RateBeer.com: 87
    Quite possibly the most famous stout in the world, Guinness is produced by the Guinness brewery in Dublin, Ireland, and other locations in Ireland. It is a very dark stout beer that has a notable "cascade" effect below the head when it is poured, due to the nitrogen content of the liquid. This also produces a notably smooth head, because nitrogen bubbles are smaller than carbon dioxide bubbles.

  • Harp

    Brewery: Guinness & Co.

    Stats:
    ABV 5.0% Gravity: 1.054/13.5°P
    IBU: 24 RateBeer.com: 25
    This classic Irish lager has a pleasant, buttery sweet aroma. Crisp and dry, Harp finishes remarkably smooth. Harp's distinctive, refreshing taste has earned it six gold medals in the famous annual Monde Selection beer tasting competition. It is Northern Ireland's number one lager.

  • Inherent Weiss

    Brewery: Surly Brewing Company

    Stats:
    ABV 9.0% Gravity: 1.076/18.5°P
    IBU: N/A RateBeer.com: 62
    Brewery's Description: Paranoid of the sleepless, all-seeing, unblinking public eye? Living on the fringes? Afraid of the status-quo? This left-of-the-dial amped and hopped up Hefeweizen will be sure to distract from all that ails you. Brewed to twice the normal strength and overly dry-hopped, this hefty citrus bomb will assault your senses with notes of clove, banana, and more dank hop aroma than you thought physically possible. As Doc Sportello would say, "Gee, I don’t know…"

  • Lagunitas Pils

    Brewery: Lagunitas Brewing

    Stats:
    ABV 6.0% Gravity: 1.05/12.5°P
    IBU: 35 RateBeer.com: 57

  • Miller Lite

    Brewery: Miller Brewing Company

    Stats:
    ABV 4.5% Gravity: N/A
    IBU: 12 RateBeer.com: 1
    Specially brewed from the finest malted barley, select cereal grains and choicest hops, Miller Lite delivers superior taste in a less-filling beer. In fact, Miller Lite won Best American-Style Lager or Light Lager at the 2010 Great American Beer Festival.

  • Oatmeal Stout Nitro

    Brewery: Summit Brewing Company

    Stats:
    ABV 5.2% Gravity: 1.055/13.75°P
    IBU: 41 RateBeer.com: 94
    While its cascading rich black color will be familiar to Stout enthusiasts, ours is decidedly different. It's made with naked oats from the UK, for one. Smooth and slightly sweet, with hints of coffee, caramel and chocolate.

  • Odell's IPA

    Brewery: Odell

    Stats:
    ABV 7.0% Gravity: N/A
    IBU: 60 RateBeer.com: 98
    Ready to buck convention? Odell's took the traditional IPA, originally shipped from England to India in the 1700s, and made it bolder and more flavorful - American style. They've added new varieties of highly aromatic American hops to create a distinctive bitterness profile and an incredible hop character. Hop on, hold tight, and enjoy the ride!

  • Peach Bum

    Brewery: Indeed Brewing Company

    Stats:
    ABV 6.2% Gravity: N/A
    IBU: 70 RateBeer.com: N/A
    Made for the hazy days of summer, Peach Bum is ripe for the picking. Aromas of fresh peaches, apricots and blueberries wet your whistle for a dip into this refreshingly fruity Peach IPA. Buoyed by subtle notes of peach cobbler and tart citrus, Peach Bum bobs on waves of tropical-tasting hops. Sun-drenched and juicy, it's your new summer jam.

  • Premium

    Brewery: Schells

    Stats:
    ABV 0.0% Gravity: N/A
    IBU: N/A RateBeer.com: N/A
    It's Premo. Need we say more?

  • Schell's Oktoberfest

    Brewery: Schells

    Stats:
    ABV 5.5% Gravity: N/A
    IBU: N/A RateBeer.com: N/A
    With its bright copper-orange color, it is quite symbolic of the autumnal shift of the season. A slightly higher strength, and warm malt body make it the perfect companion for the crisp fall weather in Minnesota. The use of Munich and Vienna malts give the beer its toasty malt backbone, and melanoidin-rich flavor and aroma. It has a soft malt sweetness, pleasant mouthfeel and a slight spiciness. Hop character is subdued, as the malt takes center stage with this beer.

  • Smithwick's

    Brewery: Guinness & Co.

    Stats:
    ABV 5.0% Gravity: 1.036/9°P
    IBU: 20 RateBeer.com: 43
    From Ireland, comes this clean, refreshing ale that balances hops and roasted barley for a flavor that mixes a slightly sweet malt with moderate bitterness. Famous amber color comes from the specially roasted barley. Smithwick's is Ireland's number one ale. Its exceptional taste, distinctive color and purity of ingredients make it unique. Its rich, satisfying taste has earned it five gold medals in the famous Monde Selection Beer Tasting Competition. Smithwick's is produced using the finest hops and special roasted, malted barley.

  • Summit EPA

    Brewery: Summit Brewing Company

    Stats:
    ABV 5.3% Gravity: 1.048/12°P
    IBU: 80 RateBeer.com: 72
    Summit Extra Pale Ale is not a beer brewed only for beer snobs. Just the opposite. It's a beer for everyone to enjoy: construction workers, stock brokers, farmers, sales people, clerks, teachers, lawyers, doctors, even other brewers. Its light bronze color and distinctly hoppy flavor have made it a favorite in St. Paul, Minneapolis and the rest of the Upper Midwest ever since we first brewed it back in 1986.

  • Summit Keller Pils - 30th Anniversary

    Brewery: Summit Brewing Company

    Stats:
    ABV 5.1% Gravity: N/A
    IBU: 38 RateBeer.com: 86
    Authentic Saaz hops from the Czech Republic give our Pilsener just the right amount of spicy floral aroma. With a crisp, refreshing malt backbone and lightly spiced hops, it?s a taste of the Bohemian life.

  • Summit Saga

    Brewery: Summit Brewing Company

    Stats:
    ABV 6.4% Gravity: 1.057/14°P
    IBU: 80 RateBeer.com: 96
    A divine tropical fruit aroma and a clean assertive bitterness.

  • Sunken City

    Brewery: Insight Brewing

    Stats:
    ABV 7.8% Gravity: N/A
    IBU: N/A RateBeer.com: 78
    The fruity and light spiciness of the beer blends delicately with the grassy herbal characters of the sauvignon blanc grapes, leading to a wonderfully complex and exuberant beer.

  • Surly Furious

    Brewery: Surly Brewing Company

    Stats:
    ABV 6.2% Gravity: 1.011/°P
    IBU: 99 RateBeer.com: 100
    Brewed with a dazzling blend of American hops and Scottish malt, this crimson-hued ale delivers waves of citrus, pine and caramel-toffee. For those who favor flavor, Furious has the hop-fire your taste buds have been screeching for.

  • Sweet Child of Vine

    Brewery: Fulton Brewing Company

    Stats:
    ABV 6.4% Gravity: N/A
    IBU: 69 RateBeer.com: 59
    Generous quantities of Simcoe and Glacier hops are added throughout the boil. Then, late in fermentation, we infuse the Sweet Child with another dose of Glaciers, imparting a bouquet of hop aroma that veritably bursts forth upon serving. But don’t let all this talk of hops mislead you. The Sweet Child has a serious malt backbone to stand up to all those hops, creating a delightful balance that will keep you coming back.

  • The Lonely Blonde

    Brewery: Fulton Brewing Company

    Stats:
    ABV 4.8% Gravity: 1.046/115°P
    IBU: 29 RateBeer.com: 29
    The Lonely Blonde wears a delicate fragrance of German noble hops, and slips a touch of white wheat between American pale and crystal malts for a smooth, sensuous body, fair complexion, and a pleasantly lacy white head. Crisp carbonation slinks the Lonely Blonde quickly away, and you're left with nothing but a slight lingering sweetness as you contemplate how The Lonely Blonde can be so beautiful on so many levels.

  • Todd the Axe Man

    Brewery: Surly Brewing Company

    Stats:
    ABV 7.2% Gravity: N/A
    IBU: 100 RateBeer.com: 99
    Surly's version of the West Coast Style IPA first brewed in collaboration with Amager Brewery in Denmark. Brewed with one malt, Golden Promise from the UK, with Citra and Mosaic hops. If you think Todd is a good brewer, you should hear him play his axe! Named by Amager’s marketing director Henrik Papsø.

  • Transatlantique Kriek

    Brewery: New Belgium Brewing

    Stats:
    ABV 8.0% Gravity: N/A
    IBU: 8 RateBeer.com: 85
    Brewery's description: Transatlantique Kriek begins its life in oaken vessels of Gert Christiaens' Oud Beersel, a 130-year-old lambic brewery in the Zenne valley of Belgium – home of authentic Lambic beer. After time spent aging in wood, Oud Beersel's lambic is blended with tart Polish cherries and shipped across the Atlantic to New Belgium. In concert with Oud Beersel’s cherry lambic, or Kriek, we blend an equal portion of golden sour ale matured for 1—3 years in our oak vessels called foeders. 50% Sour Golden Ale blended with 50% Traditional Cherry Lambic Ale leads to an intense cherry nose, a sour flash across the palate and a refreshing, mouthwatering finish. Now in its 14th yearly release, Transatlantique Kriek is an American Craft Beer legend waiting to be poured.

  • Wall's End (Limited Edition)

    Brewery: Northgate Brewery

    Stats:
    ABV 4.8% Gravity: N/A
    IBU: 19 RateBeer.com: N/A
    This English Brown harkens back to the beer that started it all - a brew that we simply couldn't keep in the keg. Smooth, Sessionable, Malt-focused, English-hopped. Refreshing enough for summer drinking, substantive enough to enjoy in the winter - you'll love this beer year-round.

  • Wonderstuff

    Brewery: Bauhaus Brew Labs

    Stats:
    ABV 5.4% Gravity: N/A
    IBU: 48 RateBeer.com: 94
    Some ideas are simply ahead of their time. The stuff in this beer, however, is right on schedule. Bauhaus channeled a madman's spirit and wild ingenuity to create this truly unique version of a classic. Wonderstuff delivers the clean, balanced flavors you'd expect from a Bohemian Style Pilsner, but with a powerful, citrus hop twist. Truly the stuff of wonder, this beer will change the way you think about light lagers.


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