Keegan's Tap Beer List (current)

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  • Black Chocolate Stout

    Brewery: Brooklyn Brewery

    Stats:
    ABV 10.0% Gravity: 1.103/24.5°P
    IBU: 51 RateBeer.com: 100
    Brooklyn Brewery's Black Chocolate Stout has itself become a modern classic, heralded the world over, since it's inception in 1994. It achieves its dark chocolate aroma and flavor through the artful blending of six malts and months of aging. Properly kept, it will improve in the bottle for many years. This stout is the toast of the winter season in many countries, and there is nothing better to enjoy with chocolate desserts, cheesecake, ice cream, fine cheeses and roaring fireplaces.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • 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!

  • Insight Dankbot

    Brewery: Insight Brewing

    Stats:
    ABV 6.5% Gravity: N/A
    IBU: 91 RateBeer.com: 87
    A former Brewmaster's Vault back by popular demand... as a seasonal! With a medium to light malt body, Dankbot places the focus squarely on the hops so they can be the hero of the beer. A layer of earthy and dank hops on top of bold citrus characters make this beer our hoppiest to date.

  • 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 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.

  • Lagunitas Pils

    Brewery: Lagunitas Brewing

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

  • Gateway Park Lager

    Brewery: 612 Brew

    Stats:
    ABV 5.6% Gravity: N/A
    IBU: 23 RateBeer.com: 20
    Gateway Park is a pre-prohibition lager brewed with ingredients commonly used in this same style beer over a hundred years ago. This beer pays homage to the Gateway District or as it was known back then, Bridge Square, in Minneapolis. One of the key buildings in the Gateway District was the Metropolitan Building, which was lost in the 1960's to "urban renewal". Gateway Park is brewed straight from 612 Brew's NE Minneapolis Brewery.

  • Grow a Pear Cider

    Brewery: Four Daughters Vineyard & Winery

    Stats:
    ABV 5.5% Gravity: 1/N/A°P
    IBU: 10 RateBeer.com: 94

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • Shenanigans Summer Ale

    Brewery: Indeed Brewing Company

    Stats:
    ABV 5.0% Gravity: N/A
    IBU: 14 RateBeer.com: 67
    A warm day, great friends and a good beer — It doesn’t get any better. In that spirit we welcome Shenanigans Summer Ale, our ode to the season. Brewed with Sorachi Ace and Lemondrop hops, regionally produced honey and white wheat, Shenanigans Summer Ale has a zesty, citrus aroma, refreshingly dry body and notes of honey. So on those long hot days, remember that summer is time for Shenanigans.

  • Summit Summer Ale

    Brewery: Summit Brewing Company

    Stats:
    ABV 4.9% Gravity: N/A
    IBU: 32 RateBeer.com: 46
    This highly drinkable session beer is made for sunny days and long nights. With a crisp, clean bitterness appealing to casual and serious beer drinkers alike. The refreshing fruity and floral hop aroma is a pleasant reminder to savor the season while you can.

  • Nordeast

    Brewery: Grain Belt

    Stats:
    ABV 4.7% Gravity: 1.053/13°P
    IBU: 16 RateBeer.com: 16
    Grain Belt Nordeast is an American Amber lager and is the newest member to the Grain Belt Family. It has a light maltiness and hop aroma with a mild bitterness. Smooth taste with an excellent drinkability.

  • 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.

  • Standard Lager

    Brewery: Fulton Brewing Company

    Stats:
    ABV 4.5% Gravity: N/A
    IBU: 18 RateBeer.com: N/A
    Minnesota made genuine all-malt American lager. Make it your Standard in 2016.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • Premium

    Brewery: Schells

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

  • 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


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