What Ales You

Spring is here and the weather is slowly getting warmer, which means it’s the perfect time to enjoy a cold ale on the patio. This week we’ve got some of our favorite ales on sale, now’s the time to stock up, cheers!

Oliver’s Own Rotating Hop Pale Ale

($8.99+crv, 4 pack/16oz cans)
“A classic Pale Ale malt bill was chosen as the foundation for an ever-changing expression of hop aromas and flavors ‘We rotate the hops; You rotate the can to see what’s inside!’”


Eel River Amber Ale

($8.99+crv, 6 pack/12oz bottles)
“This medium-bodied Amber Ale is malty with a touch of sweet caramel and balanced by the smooth, fruity character of domestically grown noble-style hops.”

Sierra Nevada Pale Ale

($7.99+crv, 6 pack/12oz bottles)
“Unique piney and grapefruit aromas from the use of whole-cone American hops have fascinated beer drinkers for decades and make this beer a classic.”


North Coast Brother Thelonious Belgian Style Abbey Ale

($9.99+crv, 4 pack/12oz bottles)
“This is a Belgian-style Abbey Ale. With an ABV of over 9%, this strong dark ale is rich and robust. Cheers!”

Deschutes Mirror Pond Ale

($7.99+crv, 6 pack/12oz bottles)
“A crisp, single-hop pale ale with floral and citrus notes from 100% Cascade hops and a smooth caramel malt character.”


Einstok Icelandic White Ale

($7.99+crv, 6 pack/11.2oz cans)
“The crisp citrus and spice notes are the perfect complement to seafood, poultry, vegetarian dishes, Asian food and spicy food including Mexican, Indian and Thai.”


Rogue Dead Guy Ale

($9.99+crv, 6 pack/12oz bottles)
“In the style of a German Maibock, using their proprietary Pacman yeast, Dead Guy is deep honey in color with a malty aroma and a rich, hearty flavor.”

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