Beer and Wine List
Relax after a hard day with a glass of wine or your favorite brew on our outdoor dining area. Choose from a variety of German wines and beers for an authentic experience, while appreciating the historical ambiance that our location offers.
Woodbridge by Robert Mondavi Cabernet Sauvignon - Rich dark fruit flavors with notes of cocoa and spice enhance with a hint of oak for complexity.
Woodbridge by Robert Mondavi Chardonnay - Aromas of delicious tart green apples and a gentle floral undertone. Nuances of spices with a light, creamy oak finish.
Pierre Sparr "Alsace One" White, France - A dry white blend of native German grape varietals, Riesling and Gewurztraminer, as well as Pinot Blanc and Muscat. Fragrant flora aromas with white cranberries, pear, and hints of crushed almonds on the palette. The finish is a smooth but still retaining a good "bite" through to the end.
Fünf White - A young, light Riesling with honey, apple, and pear notes. Sweet and approachable with a fresh, clean finish.
Schmitt Söhne Liebfraunmilch, Germany - A blend of four different varietals grown in the Rhine region and is the most popular style of wine from Germany. A fresh and fruity white wine which is medium in style.
Schmitt Söhne Riesling Qba Piesporter Michelberg, Germany - Beautifully fragrant, medium-bodied wine with hints of peaches and green apples are balanced perfectly with crisp acidity.
Schmitt Söhne "Relax" Riesling, Germany - With forward fruit and floral aromas of apples and peaches, notes of citrus, the wine’s natural acidity gives it a perfect balance that is refreshingly crisp.
Schmitt Söhne Spätlese Piesporter Michelberg, Germany - “Spätlese” means that the wine is produced from late harvested grapes that have fully ripened.This is a full-bodied, lush wine, rich with flavours of ripe apricots and pears.
Heinz Eifel Riesling Kabinett, Germany - Kabinett is a drier style of Riesling. A well balanced and fruity wine with aromas of citrus and fresh peaches with mild acidity.
Urban Hof Riesling Qba, Mosel Germany - Superbly balanced wine with a fuller body than most from the Mosel region. Acidity with pear and peach notes with floral and spicy overtones. (87 pts Wine Spectator)
Thomas Schmitt Piesporter Gold Qba, Germany - Beautifully fragrant, medium-bodied wine with a firm palate and aromas of peach and fine apple. It’s restrained sweetness and enlivening acidity creates a harmonious wine.
Schmitt Söhne Fünf, Germany - Bursts with delightful sweet, red fruit flavors. “Fünf” means five and this fun, easy drinking wine is aptly named since most fun starts at five o'clock!
Red Diamond Merlot, Washington - This is a smooth, dry wine with aromas of sweet cherry and vanilla. A silky palate displays flavors of red berries, juicy plums and a touch of caramel.
Sister Creek Pinot Noir, Texas - A dry, aromatic wine that's spicy with an inviting scent of cherry. pleasant cinnamon flavor that follows nicely with a somewhat tart finish.
Sister Creek Red Blend, Texas - Great blend of Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, and Cabernet with suppleness. Rich black currants, blackberry, black cherry, spice, vanilla, and toast flavors.
Franz Keller Pinot Noir, Germany - An elegant and complex dry red wine. Wonderful finesse with distinct notes of sour cherry and fascinating length.
Kendall-Jackson Cabernet Sauvignon Grand Reserve, California - This powerful red that explodes from the glass with black fruit, grilled herbs, licorice, smoke and tar. The wine has fine tannins and exceptional balance. (90 pts Wine Adovcate)
Weihenstephaner Kristall - The beer begins as clean light wheat malt before opening into heavy banana notes with light clove hints, and slowly closing out into minty lingering. (Beer Advocate 90)
Weihenstephaner Hefeweissbier - Tastes of banana, bubble gum and a hint of pepper, nutmeg and allspice. A lightly sugary sweet malt provides a backdrop for the showcase of yeasty aromas. (Beer Advocate 98)
Weihenstephaner Original - Clean, grainy, refreshing. Fresh cut grass, a dash of pepper, clove, mild citrus. Bit of tarty twang on the dry, ever so lightly hopped finish. (Beer Advocate 99)
Franziskaner Hefeweissbier - Dense foam and amber-cloudy color. Tastes of clove, faint cinnamon, and banana, with light hops. (Beer Advocate 91)
Franziskaner Dunkel - Tastes of malts, nuts, cloves, apples and dark fruits with some wheat tones. (Beer Advocate 86)
Spaten Münchner Hell (Premium Lager) - Moderate carbonation and a full, crisp mouth-feel. Biscuity grain up front followed by a bit of malty sweetness, a hint of corn, and lightly spicy bitterness on the tail end. (Beer Advocate 83)
Spaten Optimator - Big, viscous body with light carbonation. Taste of toasted, bready malt, caramel and a grainy, cereal-like flavor. A light dose of alcohol and hop flavor in the finish. (Beer Advocate 88)
Spaten Dunkel - The taste is sweet without being cloying and a mixture of caramel, roasted malt, bread, and chocolate. (Beer Advocate 83)
Hofbräu Original - Moderate flavors of grainy malts with just a hint of sweetness. There is a light to moderate amount of bitterness from the floral hops throughout the entire taste of the beer. Very light metallic hints are also present. (Beer Advocate 85)
Paulaner Oktoberfest - Taste begins initially with a huge light caramel sweetness. Following that is a grainy, bready middle, and a flowery, perfumy finish. Nice balance between the sweetness and bitterness. (Beer Advocate 87)
Warsteiner Verum -
Light maltiness is replaced in the middle of the drink with banana, spices, and cloves.(Beer Advocate 78)
Warsteiner Dunkel - Toasted brown bread, roasted grains, doughy, lightly sweet with hints of dark chocolate, mild grassy hops, nutty lager yeast. (Beer Advocate 79)
Bitburger - Toasted malt flavor; slight caramel undertone; good hop bitterness to counterbalance things; very light citrus hint peeks through every few sips. Light bodied, crisp, dry finish; smooth mouthfeel. (Beer Advocate 79)
König Pilsener - Sour yeast and citrus lemon hits the taste straight off. Light malts then lead to a bitter hop finish. (Beer Advocate 84)
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