Moretti: Lager (s/l) $3/6
Light Italian lager 4.5%
- Morland: Old Speckled Hen (s/l) $3/6
Soft, creamy English pale ale 5.2%
- Oskar Blues: Dales Pale Pale (s/l) $3/6
The famous Colorado ale which is normally squeezed into a can together with four kinds of American hops. An IPA lover's dream. 6.5%
- Reissdorf: Kolsch (s/l) $3/6
Pleasant, full bodied and refreshing. This is the beer that made Cologne famous!! 4.8%
- Weihenstephaner: Hefeweizen (s/l) $3/7
Hailing from the legendary brewery, this cloudy, unfiltered beer in the ultimate hefeweizen. 5.4%
- The Wild Beer Co.: Evolver IPA $10
Made with 100% wild Brettanomyces yeast. This beer gets its name from the interaction between the hops and yeast. As the beer ages the yeast continues to develop the beer into a refreshingly tart IPA. 5.8
- Italiano: Tipopils $10
Clean, crisp, lively and bitter, this beer has become the classic example of an Italian Pils 5.2%
- Del Borgo: 25 Dodici $10
Malty, not too sweet, alcoholic and yes, made around Christmas time, but this beer was made to age and now it is delicious. 9.5%
*****Served at Cask Temperature*****
- Founders Brewing Co: Porter (6.75oz/16oz) $3/6
Dark, rich and luscious. Chocolate malts and four varieties of hops make this a very full-flavored Ale. 6.5%
Menabrea, Erdinger Non-Alcoholic $4.5
- Menabrea Amber, Moretti La Rossa $5
- Almond '22: Pink IPA (330ml) $13
Not pink or almond-y, but a light, crisp IPS brewed with pink peppercorns. 6.2%
- Baladin: Isaac (330ml) $11
Fresh to the palate with a light body. Yeasty, smooth and drinkable. 5%
- Baladin: Nora (750ml) $20
Exotic ale made from Egyptian kamut grain, ginger, and myrrh. 6.8%
- Baladin: Wayan (750ml) $21
Myriad hops, spices, and herbs create this unique layered saison. 5.8%
- Del Borgo: My Antonia (750ml) $20
Both fruity and bitter this is an Imperial Pilsner with a soft yet complex structure. 7.5%
- Del Borgo: ReAle Extra (330ml) $13
Forcefully hopped but dry and light saison/IPA hybrid. Really outstanding. 6.4%
- Del Ducato: Nuovo Mattina (330ml) $11
An intriguing and voluptuous, well spiced, and lightly tart saison. 5.8%
- Del Ducato: Via Emilia (330ml) $11
Distinctive, dry and pleasantly hopped Czech-pilsener style beer. 4.8%
- Del Ducato: Verdi Imperial Stout (330ml) $17
Intense stout of liquorice and nutty character brewed with hot chilis. 7.5%
- Extraomnes: Zest (330ml) $11
Belgian in style, with a bit of hops, spice, and vibrant fruit. 5.5%
- Extraomnes: Bruin (330ml) $11
A brown Abby style with lots of chocolate, mocha and dried fruits. 8%
- Extraomnes: Tripel (330ml) $11
A citrusy, funky, yeasty ale made by one of Italy's best brewers. 8.6%
- Italiano: Fleurette (750ml) $23
Made of roses, violet and dreams. And other stuff, but mostly dreams. 4%
- Piccolo: Chiostro (330ml) $14
An ale brewed with wormwood leaves. Provocatively dry and herbal. 5.0%
glass ¼ L bottle
The Vesuvio $11
Sparkling Falanghina with fresh grapefruit juice.
Cantina del Taburno / Falanghina Extra Dry $11 $14 $40
Soft and fragrant, the way prosecco is supposed to be.
100% Falanghina grapes.
glass ¼ L ½ L L
2Amys’ Sauvignon Blanc 2014 $10 $13 $24 $44
2014 Dohmeyer Sauvignon Blanc from one of the
smallest vineyards in the Ballard Canyon A.V.A..
Bright and racy. 100% Sauvignon Blanc grapes.
glass ¼ L bottle
Librandi / Cirò Bianco 2014 $7 $11 $26
A ripe fruity little # but retaining freshness.
100% Greco Bianco grapes.
Terre Dora di Paolo / Falanghina 2014 $8 $12 $30
From the hillside vineyards in the Irpinia IGT zone.
Lively, lovely, and just a bit racy. 100% Falanghina grapes.
Menhir /Pass-O 2013 $9 $13 $33
When you think it’s Moscatto but it’s not, it’s Menhir.
100% Fiano Minutolo grapes.
RioFavara / Mizzica 2013 $10 $14 $35
The wine is as pretty as the label is ugly. Fragrant but dry, dry, dry.
100% Moscato di Noto grapes.
Casale del Giglio / Petit Manseng 2013 $11 $14 $40
A grape for making dessert wine in the Pyrenees makes
a rich, dry tropical white from Lazio. 100% Petit Manseng grapes.
Feudi di San Gregorio / Fiano di Avellino 2012 $13 $17 $42
A sophisticated, understated fiano from three
different vineyard sites. 100% Fiano di Avellino grapes.
Cantina del Taburno / Greco 2013 $35
Broad, medium bodied; touches of peach and apple blossom.
100% Greco grapes.
glass ¼ L ½ L L
2Amys’ Rosé 2013 $8.50 $11 $22 $42
Sangiovese meets Novello. Not quite rosé, but not red either, just so easy to drink. 100% Sangiovese grapes.
glass ¼ L bottle
Masciarelli / Rose d’ Abruzzo 2014 $7 $11 $25
Bright, flashy, and so much fun, just like a cheap date.
100% Montepulciano grapes.
glass ¼ L ½L L
2Amys’ Syrah 2012 $11 $14 $25 $45
Santa Barbara County Syrah. It’s been aging in neutral oak,
now it’s ready to drink. 100% Syrah grapes.
glass ¼ L bottlle
Otto Uve / Gragnano 2014 $8 $13 $30
Classic Neapolitan pizza wine. Fizzy, fruity, and smoky.
45% Aglianico, 45% Piedirosso, 10% Sciascinoso grapes.
Di Majo Norante / Sangiovese 2013 $7 $11 $26
A super ripe Sangiovese aged in large oak;
from Molise (where’s that?). 100% Sangiovese grapes.
Cántele / Salice Salentino Riserva 2011 $7 $11 $26
Rich, leathery, high-toned red from Puglia with good
balance. 85% Negro Amaro, 15% Malvasia grapes.
Argiolas / Perdera 2012 $8 $12 $30
A wine to lose one’s head about, grown on head
trained vines. 90% Monica grapes, 5% Carignano grapes,
5% Bovale Sardo grapes.
Santa Lucia / Castel del Monte 2011 $9 $13 $33
If you think you like dry red wine, this may change your mind.
100% Nero di Troia grapes.
Mastroberardino / Mastro Aglianico Campania 2013 $9 $13 $33
Their family helped save Aglianico from extinction.
They also make a rich tasty wine. 100% Aglianico grapes.
Corte dei Papi / Colle Ticchio 2013 $10 $14 $35
From the ugly duckling native grape of Lazio.
Soft and fragrant. 50% Cesanese del Piglio, 50% Cesanese Comune grapes.
De Angelis / Lacrima Christi del Vesuvio 2013 $10 $14 $35
A rich, fruity red from the slopes of Vesuvius.
60% Piedirosso, 40% Aglianico grapes.
Farro Campi Fiegrei / Piedirosso 2013 $10 $14 $35
Bright and uplifting, grown near the entrance to the underworld. 100% Piedirosso grapes.
Cataldi Madonna/ Malandrino 2013 $11 $14 $39
Everything old is new again, not the badboy the name implies.
100% Montepulciano di Abruzzo grapes.
Centonze / Frappato 2013 $11 $14 $40
The hip old new grape of Sicily, floral and aromatic,
with promises of Spring. 100% Frappato grapes.
Tenuta della Terre Nere/ Etna Rosso 2013 $11 $14 $40
A blend of all the brothers vineyards on the Etna, nimble.
98% Nerello Mascalese, 2% Nerello Cappucio grapes.
Casale Del Giglio / Petit Verdot 2013 $11 $15 $40
Mussolini drained the swamps south of Rome, Dino Santarelli
planted Petit Verdot, used to put the lead in cab sav’s pencil.
100% Petit Verdot grapes.
Librandi / Ciro Duca San Felice Riserva 2010 $38
A warm, woodsy, forward wine. Soft and nicely old-fashioned.
100% Gaglioppo grapes.
Planeta / Cerasuolo di Vittoria 2012 $48
Sicily’s first DOCG. Vibrant with a bitter edge.
60% Nero d’Avola, 40% Frappato grapes.
Pellegrino /Moscato di Pantelleria 2012 $8
Toasty. A simple, sweet white from the island of Pantelleria.
Falesco / Pomele 2013 $11 $45
From Ricardo “Dr. Wine” Cotarella. 100% Aleatico grapes.
Falesco / Passirò 2005 $13 $48
Dr. Wine’s white version. 100% air-dried Roscetto grapes.