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.

  • Born Yesterday Fresh Hop Pale Ale

    Brewery: Lagunitas Brewing

    Stats:
    ABV 7.2% Gravity: 1.063/15.5°P
    IBU: 55 RateBeer.com: 100
    As if the green leafy dress wasn't bewitching enough, the words rolling out her mouth were redolent with myrcene. "You think I was born yesterday..." she cooed with a shoeless delivery muffled by her native foliage. Her brewer friend drank in her words, her every syllable pelletized. Was she acting fresh? Taking his cue, he reached wantonly under the table gently tickling her concealed lupulin gland. A pint to her lips, she paused donning a Mona Lisa smile so casual he almost didn't see her hand slicing across his cheek. The jaded bartender and half the restaurant saw it all, yet her mosaic smile persisted...

  • Downeast Original Blend Cider

    Brewery: Downeast Cider House

    Stats:
    ABV 5.1% Gravity: N/A
    IBU: N/A RateBeer.com: 77

  • Fair State Mirror Universe Hazy IPA

    Brewery: Fair State Co-Op

    Stats:
    ABV 7.0% Gravity: N/A
    IBU: 33 RateBeer.com: 86
    A Double Dry Hopped Hazy IPA brewed with Wheat, Oats, and (too many) Citra, Mosaic, and El Dorado hops. #donthazemebro

  • Finnegans Amber Irish Ale

    Brewery: Charitable Beer Company

    Stats:
    ABV 4.8% Gravity: N/A
    IBU: 20 RateBeer.com: 21
    Finnegans Irish Amber is brewed using three varieties of imported 2 row malts & hops creating a medium-bodied ale with a creamy, malty finish and clean aftertaste. All profits from the Finnegans Irish Amber goes to provide fresh, local produce to those in need.

  • 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.

  • Kettle Sour with Blueberries

    Brewery: Funkwerks

    Stats:
    ABV 4.2% Gravity: N/A
    IBU: N/A RateBeer.com: N/A
    Sour Ale Brewed with Blueberries. An addition to our growing Provincial Family, Blueberry Provincial spawned from the massive adoration of Raspberry Provincial and is another sessionable Belgian-style sour ale brewed utilizing a unique 24-hour warm souring technique using lactobacillus in the wort. The addition of massive amounts of blueberry purée translates into an amazingly tart and juicy beer we are berry thankful for. Notes of lemon and tart blueberries.

  • Lagunitas Sumpin' Easy Ale

    Brewery: Lagunitas Brewing

    Stats:
    ABV 5.7% Gravity: 1.05/12.5°P
    IBU: 50 RateBeer.com: 89
    Dip beneath the flotsam of categories. Past nouns. Beyond exclamations! Down to the autological: words possessing the very property they express. Short is short. Sesquipedalian is long. Sumpin' has that thing on the tip of the tongue, and Easy just rolls off as easy as Sunday morning. Sumpin' Easy is everything they've learned about making hop-forward beer expressed in a moderate voice. Pale, cold, slightly alcoholic, and bitter. It's all they know.

  • 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.

  • New Belgium Voodoo Ranger Juicy Haze

    Brewery: New Belgium Brewing

    Stats:
    ABV 7.5% Gravity: N/A
    IBU: 42 RateBeer.com: 87
    Packed with bright tropical aromas and brilliant citrusy flavors, this unfiltered IPA wraps up with a pleasantly smooth finish.

  • 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.

  • Premium

    Brewery: Schells

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

  • Rising North Pale Ale

    Brewery: Surly Brewing Company

    Stats:
    ABV 5.4% Gravity: 1.048/12°P
    IBU: 25 RateBeer.com: 90
    We come from the North. The winter months take their toll. It can make a person…well, Surly. Still, we rise. And when the North rises, the North gets thirsty. This American Pale Ale was brewed to satisfy that thirst. Featuring bright, citrusy hops and a warming malt base, this is the official beer of Minnesota United. On game day, or any other, forever United, together.

  • 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.

  • Sorry, Not Sorry IPA

    Brewery: Stone Brewing Company

    Stats:
    ABV 9.3% Gravity: N/A
    IBU: 70 RateBeer.com: 98
    We make no apologies for the fact that we love brewing bold, flavorful, hop-centric beers. Naturally, we welcomed the opportunity to work with two amazing craft breweries that share our lupulin-fueled dedication: St. Louis-based 4 Hands Brewing Co., known for its innovative IPAs; and Bale Breaker Brewing Co., whose owners' family has farmed hops in Washington's Yakima Valley for generations. Since theirs was the first hop farm to commercially grow the beloved Simcoe variety, using that piney, stone fruit-like hop was a must. Puréed peaches upped the fruit factor, while experimental hops HBC 342 and HBC 344 introduced notes of stone fruit, tropical fruit, berries and citrus to this IPA. Yes, we made another IPA. We concede it's not surprising, but we are who we are: an unapologetic band of hopheads psyched to explore the ever-expanding IPA universe.

  • Splendid Moose

    Brewery: Insight Brewing

    Stats:
    ABV 6.5% Gravity: N/A
    IBU: 22 RateBeer.com: N/A
    Our Northeast Pale Ale is brewed with Pale and Pilsner malt, along with a copious amount of Citra hops that give a super hazy and juicy color to the beer. Bright oranges fall on the nose with a smooth, citrus flavor on the palate. If you close your eyes, you just might think this beer was juiced rather than brewed.

  • 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.

  • Surly Darkness 2017

    Brewery: Surly Brewing Company

    Stats:
    ABV 12.0% Gravity: 1.12/28°P
    IBU: N/A RateBeer.com: 100
    Surly's massive Russian Imperial Stout contains waves of chocolate, coffee, cherry, raisin, and toffee, plus a non-traditional dose of aromatic hops.

  • 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.

  • Surly Hell Lager

    Brewery: Surly Brewing Company

    Stats:
    ABV 5.0% Gravity: 1.048/12°P
    IBU: N/A RateBeer.com: N/A

  • 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.


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