Cocktails, Sake, and Beers

Specialty Cocktails

The Geisha Fresh Grapefruit,Flor de Caña Gold, ginger preserves, grapefruit bitters
Bangkok Fever -Thai-chili infused reposado tequila, passionfruit and cinnamon salt
Cardinal Fizz –Cardinal Gin (NC), quince, lemon, pomegranate-quince vin and fizz
Typhoon -Kraken black rum, ginger, lime, Bittermen’s Tiki bitters and Cava
Chi 5.0 – Hendrick’s gin, Lychee, lime, mint and Nigori sake
Love Child –Vodka, pomegranate, ginger and lime
TickleCava with hibiscus flower and St Germain
Asian SangriaRed wine, brandy, citrus, hibiscus, lychee and ginger
Little Red Corvette –Muddled basil, tequila, agave, lime and hibiscus
Sun Also Rises – Lemongrass-ginger infused anejo, agave, lime and orange bitters
That Thing Yuzu –Whiskey and housemade fresh yuzu sour
Hot Date –Jujubepreserves, bourbon, cayenne and lemon
Better Than Perfect Manhattan -Jefferson’s Rye, Carpano Antica, Cocchi Am.
A Nice Old Fashioned -Eagle Rare, Benedictine, muddled fruit and orange bitters
Plymouth gin and Fever Tree Indian tonic -Kinda like a drink and a half
Asian Caipirinha  Soju, ginger, lime, soda

Sake

Handcrafted by deeply committed artisan producers, these will change the way you think about sake.  If our wines were as singular and fanatically made, they’d all cost over $100/bottle.

Gekkeikan Nigori (Unfiltered)
-Creamy with enticing flavors of spun sugar and figs.

Ichishima Karen Coy Junmai (Niigata)
-Bright and fruity with just a touch of sweetness.

Divine Droplets Junmai Daigingo
-Painstakingly crafted and profoundly elegant.

Okunomatsu Junmai Daigingo Sparkling Sake
-Fine bubbles with notes of peach and melon.  Different and fun.

 Beer and Cider

Rotating Draft
-Ask your server for today’s selection.

Amstel Light (Amsterdam, Netherlands)
-Light, crisp, refreshing.  Basically why you drink light beer.

Mother Earth Endless River Kolsch (Kinston, NC)
-A perfectly light and refreshing beer that is still tasty enough to make you notice.

Victory Prima Pilsner (Downington, PA)
-A finely crafted, well balanced beer that’s usually what I want when I’m thirsty.

Anchor California Lager                                                                                -Basically a perfect lager.  Nice biscuity malt and super refreshing.

Green’s Gluten-free Dry-hopped Lager (Belgium)                                    -Basically a perfect lager, but gluten free!

Paulaner Hefe-Weizen (Germany)
-This was my first German wheat beer and still holds a place in my heart.  Delicious.

Erdinger Non-Alcoholic Hefe-Weizen (Germany)
-This is not only good for a NA beer, it’s just plain good.  Light and refreshing.

Blanche de Chambly White Ale (Canada)
-Wonderful texture, exotic flavors.  This is a great beer with food.

Brasserie Lebbe L’Amalthée (France) 750ml
-One cool thing about this farmhouse ale is…it’s actually made at a farm by goat farmers!

Original Sin Hard Cider (Melbourne, FL)
-Champagne yeast gives this delicious, barely sweet cider some great complexity.

Westmalle Abbey Trappist Ale Tripel (Belgium)
-The mother of all tripels.  Complex with a fruity aroma and nuanced hop scent. (9.5%)

Duvel Golden Ale (Belgium)
-Classic and great with food.  Smooth, crisp and satisfying. (8.5%)

Highland Gaelic Ale  (Asheville, North Carolina)
-Frighteningly easy to drink.  Smooth malt and just a touch of bitter.

21st Amendment Brewing Bitter American Ale (California)
-A classic bitter, which actually means it’s less bitter than an IPA. 

Stone IPA (San Diego, CA)
-Because it’s  rad and so are you…

Victory Golden Monkey Ale (Downingtown, PA)                                     -I feel I owe you all an apology for waiting so long to put this on the list. (9.5%)

Hitachino Nest Red Rice Ale (Japan)
-Very pretty red color and bright, refreshing flavors.  Deliciously unique.

Mother Earth Dark Cloud Dunkel (Kinston, NC)
-Malty and very agreeable.  Dark but not super rich like a stout.  Great with spices.

Ska Brewing Co. Decadent Imperial IPA (Durango, Colorado) 22oz
-This is big boy right here.  Delicious, balanced, and full of booze (10%)

Smuttynose Robust Porter (New Hampshire)
-Always been among my favorites for a true-to-style porter.

Left Hand Nitro Milk Stout (Longmont, CO)                                
-Left Hand’s iconic Milk Stout, ingeniously pushed with nitrogen for a great texture. 

 Lurisia bottled water (still or sparkling) 1 liter
IBC Root Beer and Cream Soda (12oz bottle), Coke, Diet Coke, Sprite, Ginger ale
Unsweetened iced tea, Ginger lemonade, Vietnamese coffee (hot or iced)
Dragonwell Green Tea, Jasmine Green Tea, Tie Guan Yin Oolong Tea, Yunnan Province Black Tea, Herbal- Hibiscus, Peppermint-Lemon Verbena, or Chamomile

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