NV Pere Ventura Cava Rosé (Spain) $9/$36

Pink bubbles made near Barcelona from a grape called Trepat. Perfect as an aperitif, but truly goes with everything.

2009 Setzer Gruner Veltliner (Austria) $6/$30 (liter)

Refreshing and herbal, Gruner Veltliner is Austria's most widely planted grape and should be Sacramento's most loved.

2008 Handley Pinot Gris (Mendocino) $8/$32

Pinot Gris from Mendocino; luscious apples and pears, lifted by cool climate acidity.

2009 Quinta de la Rosa "DouRosa" (Portugal) $8/$32

Complex aroma ranges from fresh flowers to citrus to chalk. This richly textured wine is made from obscure Portuguese grapes Gouveio, Viosinho and Rabigato.

2009 Strub Riesling (Germany) $7/$35 (liter)

Don't be scared of this barely sweet German Riesling with stone fruit aromas and tons of minerality. Especially suits sweet or spicy dishes.

2009 Chateau Cahuzac Fronton Rosé (France) $6/$24

Funky and fresh rosé from the south of France. Negrette is the grape.

2009 Edmunds St. John "Bone Jolly" (El Dorado County) $9/$36

Fresh, fruity and French Gamay gets the California sunshine treatment.

2009 Cascina degli Ulivi "Semplicemente" Rosso (Italy) $9/$36

Natural wine made on a small, biodynamic farm. Barbera and Dolcetto never tasted so alive!

2009 Monpertuis Cotes-du-Rhone $7/$28

Grenache is usually this juicy and delicious, but rarely this elegant.

2010 Pierre Plouzeau Chinon (France) $6/$24 (karafe)

Cabernet Franc is the lighter, mellower mother of Cabernet Sauvignon. This one smells like roses, blackberries and earth.


DRAFT 12oz

6.2% Lagunitas IPA $3.5

India Pale Ale out of Petaluma, not overly hoppy or bitter, just enough to balance out the sweetness.

4.4%North Coast Scrimshaw Pilsner $4

A fresh tasting Pilsner brewed in the finest European tradition using Munich malt and Hallertauer and Tettnang hops. Scrimshaw has a subtle hop character, a crisp, clean palate, and a dry finish.

5.0% Allagash White $5

Belgian Style Wheat beer, spiced with coriander and Curacao orange peel. This beer is light, fruity, crisp, refreshing and slightly cloudy in appearance.

5.5% North Coast Red Seal Ale $4

American amber ale. Malt and hops are beautifully married in this full-bodied, copper-red Pale Ale. Red Seal is generously hopped for a long, spicy finish.


BOTTLES

8% 750ml Jolly Pumpkin Oro de Calabaza $17

Strong golden farmhouse ale aged in Chardonnay barrels. Spicy citrus, oak & some tartness from the wild yeast. Complex yet refreshing!

4.5% 750ml Jolly Pumpkin Bam Biere $16

Dry hopped, earthy saison. Some tartness in the finish, held in balance by the floral hops. Majorly quaffable!

9% 750ml Achouffe Houblon $16

The HOUBLON CHOUFFE Dobbelen IPA Tripel is an 'Indian Pale ale', brewed in Belgium, with a harmonious balance between a marked bitterness (three types of hops) and a pleasant fruitiness. A scrumptious summer brew.

7.9% 375ml North Coast La Merle Saison $9

Belgian Style Farmhouse Ale. Le Merle is a rustic ale, pale in color, inspired by the rich brewing traditions of the Flanders region. Abundant hops and a Belgian yeast strain contribute exotic aromas of tropical fruit.

8.5% 330ml Delerium Tremens $9

Belgian strong pale ale produced by Huyghe Brewery in Melle. The beer uses three different yeasts and is packaged in a bottle that is painted to resemble cologne ceramics.

9.4% 12oz Brother Thelonious Abbey Ale $7

North Coast Belgian Style Abbey Ale. A mahogany colored smooth deep sweet Abbey style beer. The beer is rich and robust. Lots of g, carmel, dark fruit and alcohol all mingle in perfect harmony.

5.2% 12oz Deschutes Black Butte Porter $6

Dark and distinctive like Black Butte itself, Black Butte Porter uses chocolate and crystal malts, crafting a rich, approachable porter.


CANS

4.7% Hamm's $2

The original Hamm's Premium is an American classic, "Born in the Land of Sky Blue Waters." A pale lager rst brewed in St. Paul, Minnesota in 1865.

4.7% High Life $2

High Life was put on the market in 1903 and is Miller Brewing's oldest brand. It is grouped under the pilsner category of beers, and because of its high carbonation is dubbed "The Champagne of Beers".

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