The Bold City beer list below is featured light to hoppiest to dark.
Killer Whale Cream Ale
If you are tied to Lagers, this ale may be for you.
It's not too malty and not too hoppy. Very light and refreshing.
A south German style of wheat beer (weissbier) made with a typical ratio of 50:50, or even higher, wheat. The "Hefe" prefix means "with yeast", hence the beers unfiltered and cloudy appearance.
An Amber Ale brewed specifically for European St. Cafe restaurants.
It's known as their "Lamp Post Ale".
Bold English Ale
This is an old ale/stock ale. Old ales are remnants of a period when most ales were strong and somewhat dark. Today's versions are wide ranging. In general, however, they can be described as ales of higher than average strength that benefit greatly from some aging, are gently hopped and showcase a malt base.. Some are seasonal brews. Aging may be the key contributor to the character of old ale, as they can develop a complex profile with some oxidative or wine-like notes.
Mad Manatee IPA
The American IPA is a different soul from the reincarnated IPA style. More flavorful than the withering English IPA, color can range from very pale golden to reddish amber. Hops are typically American with a big herbal and / or citric character, bitterness is high as well. Moderate to medium bodied with a balancing malt backbone.
The Chinook IPA is brewed with a single hop variety.
The Chinook hop gives this IPA a nice floral aroma and the addition of
caramel malts adds a hint of sweetness.
Duke's Cold Nose Brown Ale
This is a mild brown ale which is easily drinkable.
A Slight nuttiness and sweetness are present.
1901 Red Ale
This is not your standard Red Ale. This is a very ‘malty’, ‘roasty’ and complex Red Ale.
The roasted flavor comes from the high presence of roasted barley. With a very minimal
but high alpha hop addition, this Red Ale has become a favorite among patrons.
Bold City's winter seasonal. Very bold, robust porter with a nice hint of smokiness.
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