Beer & Wine

Sisters’ Sludge’s
Wines of Southern France

Flight of Three 3oz glasses for $12.00

Guigal Cotes du Rhone White – Southern Rhone, Grapes: Viognier, Marsanne and Roussanne. White flowers, apricot and a rich mouthfeel. $7.00

Jean Paul Cotes du Gascogne White – Gascony, Grape: Colombard. An easy drinking dry white with lively citrus flavors. $7.00

Figueirasse Rosé – Provence, Grape: Grenache. Dry Rosé with a hint of grapefruit and white pepper. $8.00

La Vielle Ferme Red – Southern Rhone, Grapes: Syrah, Grenache, Mourvedre and Cinsault. Light bodied, approachable and pleasant. Fruity but not sweet. $7.00

Chateau Eugenie – Cahors, Grape: Malbec. 80% Malbec, 20% Merlot. This is a stout wine with firm backbone, Big flavors, Big personality. $10.00

Guigal Cotes du Rhone Red – Southern Rhone, Grapes: Syrah, Grenache and Mourvedre. Peppery herbs, aromatic and almost chocolatey – medium bodied. $12.00

Pierre Gaillard Syrah – Northern Rhone, Grape: Syrah Deep and dark with a soulful earthiness. $10.00

Mas de Gourgonier – Provence, Grapes: Cabernet Sauvignon, Grenache, Syrah and Carignon. A richly flavored red with autumnal aromas, plush red/black fruits and peppery spice $12.00

White Wines

Santa di Terrossa Pinot Grigio, Veneto Region of Northern Italy.  Dry, lively and mouth-watering.  This Pinot Grigio has a bit more body than most.  $8.00

Chasing Venus Sauvignon Blanc, New Zealand. Aromas of citrus and then vibrant, mouthwatering flavors of grapefruit, pineapple and lime zest fill the palate. Nice minerality on the refreshingly long finish. $8.00

La Cana Albarino, Northwest Spain, Albarino is an aromatic grape delivering flavors of herbs, peach and minerals. $12.00

Inama Soave, Northern Italy-Garganega grape.  It is a round and elegant white, with generous apple and pear notes balanced by Soave’s signature nutty aromas and flavors. $11.00

Ottella Lugana, Northern Italy-Trebbiano Grape.  A fruit cocktail without the sweetness.  Generously mouth-filling with tropical fruit flavors. $10.00

MacRostie Sonoma Coast Chardonnay, California. A delicate, fragrant nose of pineapple, mango and guava. On the palate, the tropical fruit elements mingle with lively citrus-lime layers as well as hints of toast and butter. $12.00

Lageder Pinot Blanco, Northern Italy. Creamy apple, white flower and ripe pear show beautifully in this gem of a wine. $9.00

Racauderie Vouvray, France-Chenin Blanc grape.  Off-dry, a little bit sweet.  Citrus fruits and white peach.  $8.00

Selbach Riesling, Germany. A little sweet.  Generous green apple and lemon flavors.  Robustly fruity$10.00

Red Wines

Left Coast Cellars Pinot Noir, Oregon, Willamette Valley. Light bodied but complex.  Elegantly layered with flavors of red fruit and baking spices.  $12.00

Marques de Caceres Rioja, Northern Spain-Tempranillo grape.  A lighter red wine but with earthy notes.  Crowd pleasing and friendly.  $10.00

Colitibuono Chianti Classico, Italy, Tuscany-Sangiovese grape.  Classic Italian red wine, juicy and high acid, a great companion to food.  Spicy.  $11.00

Aia Vecchia Lagone Merlot and Cabernet Blend, Tuscany Italy.  Ripe cherries, wild berries and a hint of spice, followed by a lengthy and smooth finish. $11.00

Decero Cabernet Sauvignon, Argentina.  A big mouthful of gutsy red wine.  Chocolate, cigar box and dark red fruit.  All well balanced.  $12.00

Chateau Eugenie Malbec, Southwest France.  80% Malbec & 20% Merlot, this is a stout wine with firm backbone.  Big flavors.  Big personality.  $10.00

Cline Zinfandel “Ancient Vines”, California. Zinfandel is a uniquely American grape.  Assertive and spicy with notes of blackberry and plum.  $10.00

Sparkling and Rosé

Blu Prosecco, Northeast Italy-Glera grape.  Soft and subtle sparkling wine.  Very pleasant.  Light mousse (bubbles).  Pear and white flowers. $10.00

Pedroncelli Dry Rosé of Zinfandel, California.  Very pretty to look at and a pleasure to drink.  No (sugary) sweetness but fruity.  Very versatile.  $8.00

House Wines

Protocolo, Red, Northern Spain. Tempranillo. Friendly spice and dark berry flavors and a touch of oak.  $7.00

Protocolo, White, Northern Spain. Light apple and peach flavors mark this refreshing, light-bodied wine. Very pleasant every day sipper. $7.00

Protocolo Rosé, Northern Spain. Fresh and fun with elements of raspberries, strawberries and citrus. A tasteful dry rosé wine with balanced acidity and long after taste. $7.00


Castle Danger George Hunter Stout (Nitro) American Stout. Has molasses, licorice, maple, coffee, chocolate, and cream. ABV 8% 12 Oz $7.50

Castle Danger Cream Ale, Deep gold in color, it has a soft malty aroma, slightly sweet creamy texture with a balanced bitterness, while finishing smooth and clean. ABV 5.5% Pint $6.00

Bad Weather Double Dark Ale, Fresh ground coffee, dark chocolate, vanilla and sweet malt waft up from this rich brew. ABV 7.5% 12 Oz $6.00

Indeed Old Friend Winter Warmer Ale,  Deep ruby red with layers of malt complexity and a zippy aroma with fresh ginger root and honey. ABV 7.5% 12 Oz $6.50

Bauhaus Wonderstuff, Bohemian Pilsner. This delivers the clean, balanced flavors you’d expect from a Bohemian Style Pilsner, but with a powerful, citrus hop twist. ABV 5.4%, Pint $5.50

Bauhaus Homeguys, Münich Style Helles. Malt-centric pale lager with low hop bitterness and aroma, with subtle notes of strawberry and honeydew melon in the nose, and a crisp, dry finish. ABV 4.7% Pint $5.50

Bell’s Two Hearted Ale, IPA. This IPA is bursting with hop aromas ranging from pine to grapefruit from massive hop additions in both the kettle and the fermenter. ABV 7%, Pint $6.50

Bent Paddle Bent Hop, Golden IPA. This non-traditional IPA is golden in color with an enormous floral/citrus hop aroma and a supporting malt profile. ABV 6.2%, Pint $6.50

Pabst and Hamm’s 16 Oz Cans $5.00

Sociable Cider Werks Freewheeler Dry Apple Gluten Free$6.50