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By the Glass/Bottle

Fourteen Hands, Pinot Grigio, Washington
Flavors of stone fruit, melon & light notes of honeysuckle  8/30

Two Vines Chardonnay, Washington
Bright apple & pear aromas coupled with a hint of coconut  8/30

Villa Maria Private Bin Sauvignon Blanc, New Zealand
Perfect reflection of what New Zealand does best. Flavors include
gooseberry, passion fruit, fresh citrus & melon  9/34

Red Diamond Winery, Pinot Noir, California
Flavors of red & black cherries with a touch of spearmint  8/30

Drumheller Merlot, Columbia Valley
Offers classic aromas of berries & black cherries  8/30

Chateau Ste Michelle Cabernet Sauvignon, Washington
Red fruit, hints of cocoa powder & silky tannins from Washington State’s oldest winery  9/34

By the 1/2 Bottle (375 ml)

Sanford Chardonnay, Santa Barbara
Flavors of pineapple, Meyers lemon  & golden mango integrated with butterscotch & carmel oak  24

Justin Cabernet Sauvignon, Paso Robles
Beautifully balanced with attractive aromas; black fruit & spice  24

Wild Horse Pinot Noir, Central Coast
Lush flavors of strawberry with a rich velvety finish 22

Qupe´ Syrah, Central Coast
Ripe berry flavors enhanced by spicy pepper aromatics & a smoky finish  22

Featured Pints

Black & Tan
¾ Smithwicks Ale topped off with a ¼ “hat” of Guinness  7

Harp Shandy
Harp with a dash of Sprite; Light & refreshing on a hot day  6

Black Velvet
½ Guinness & ½ Magners Cider  7

½ Cider & ½ Harp  6

Half & Half
½ Guinness & ½ Harp  7

Pints From Across the Pond

20oz dark Irish stout, imported directly from Dublin  7

Smithwick’s Ale
Medium brown smooth Irish ale from Kilkenny, Ireland  6

Harp Lager
Golden lager imported from County Louth, Ireland  6

Smooth creamy Ale from Manchester, England  6

Stella Artois
Finest of lagers from Leuven, Belgium  7

Manners Irish Apple Cider
20oz, hails from Tipperary, cool & refreshing  7

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& Locally-Brewed Beer Selection

Beer by the Bottle

Bud, Bud Light, Coors Light, Corona, Heineken, Modelo
Newcastle Brown, Strong Bow Cider, Kaliber (NA)

Uice Beatha (water of life)

scotch whisky on a table with light behind


Uisce beatha (‘ish-ka bah-ha’) is the name given by Sixth Century Irish monks to a drink they had concocted. Simply an Irish translation of the Latin aqua vitae, uisce phonetically became “usky” and finally its Anglicized form, whiskey

Irish Whiskey

By the Glass/ Wee Dram

Black Bush   9/4
Bushmills   8/4
Bushmills Honey   8/4
Bushmills 10yr   12/5
Bushmills 16yr   14/6
Bushmills 21yr   18/8
Clontarf Blk Label   9/4
Connemara   12/5
Connemara 12yr   14/6
Irishman Founder Res   10/4
Irishman Single Malt   12/5
Irishman 12yr   14/6
Irishman Cask Strength   20/9
Jameson   8/4
Jameson Blk   10/4
Jameson Cask   12/5
Jameson 18yr   17/8

Jameson Gold Reserve   14/6
Jameson Rare Vintage   30/13
Kilbeggan Irish   8/4
Knappogue 12yr   12/5
Knappogue 14yr   13/6
Knappogue 16yr   15/7
Middleton Very Rare   22/10
Paddy Old Irish   8/4
Powers Irish   8/4
Powers 12yr   10/4
Red Breast 12yr   12/5
Red Breast 15yr   14/6
Teeling Small Batch   12/5
Tullamore Dew   8/4
Tullamore Dew 10yr   12/5
Tullamore Dew 12yr   12/5

Japanese Whiskey

Habiki Hamony   14/6
Nikka Pure Malt   14/6
Nikka Coffey Grain   14/6


Single Malt Scotch

By the Glass/ Wee Dram

There are five primary Scotch production regions in Scotland.

The Highlands
Generally produces more full-bodied with deeper peat and smoke
Ancnoc  22yr   20/9
Ardmore Cask   14/6
Balblair 1991   18/8
Clynelish 14yr   14/6
Dalmore 12yr   13/6
Dalmore 15yr   15/7
Dalwhinnie 15yr   13/6
Glen Garioch Reserve   12/5
Glen Garioch 12yr   13/6
Glengoyne 15yr   14/6
Glendronach 12yr   13/6
Glendronach 15yr   15/7
Glenmorangie 10yr   11/5
Glenmorangie Lasanta   14/6
Glenmorangie Nectar D’Or   16/7
Glenmorangie Qunita Rueban   14/6
Oban 15yr Distillers Edition   16/7

Considered the smokiest & strongest-flavored of the single malts

Ardbeg 10yr   14/6
Bowmore 12yr   13/6
Bowmore 15yr   14/6
Bowmore 18yr   18/8
Bruichladdich 10yr   12/5
Lagavulin 16yr   16/7
Laphroaig 10yr   13/6
Laphroaig Tripple Wood   15/7
Laphroaig Cask   14/7
Laphroaig Select   14/7

A milder version of the Islay scotches

Highland Park 12yr   12/5
Highland Park 15yr   14/6
Highland Park 18yr   16/7
Isle of Jura 10yr   12/5
Isle of Jura 16yr   13/6
Talisker 10yr   14/6
Talisker 12yr   16/7

The Lowlands
Generally considered the most light bodied of the Single Malts

Auchentoshan Oak   12/5
Auchentoshan 12yr   13/6
Auchentoshan 3 Wood   14/6
Glenkinchie 12yr   14/6

Considered to be the country’s most complex tastes, known for sweetness & elegant flavors.

Aberlour 12yr   12/5
Aberlour 16yr   14/6
Balvenie 12yr   14/6
Balvenie Cask 14yr   13/6
Balvenie 15yr   16/7
Balvenie 17yr   18/8
Balvenie 21yr   24/11
Benriach 15yr   15/7
Bruichladdich 10yr   12/5
Cragganmore 12yr   13/6
Glenfarclas 10yr   12/5
Glenfarclas 12yr   13/6
Glenfarclas 17yr   16/7
Glenfarclas 21yr   18/8
Glenfiddich 12yr   11/5
Glenfiddich 15yr   14/6
Glenfiddich 21yr   22/10
Glenlivet 12yr   12/5
Glenlivet 15yr   14/6
Glenlivet 18yr   16/7
Glenlivet 21yr   26/12
Glenlivet Nadurra   14/6
Glenlivit Nadurra Oloroso   14/6
The Glenrothes 1995   14/6
Macallan 10yr   12/5
Macallan 12yr   14/6
Macallan 15yr   16/7
Macallan 21yr   32/14
Macallan Rare Cask   32/14
Springbank 18yr   22/10
Tomintoul 10yr   12/5
Tomintoul 16yr   16/7