BEERS - $5 per 16 oz serving
Kipona Fest: This Oktoberfest Marzen-style beer is a favorite at the famous Bavarian fall beer festivals. The distinct toasted malt flavor of this amber lager boasts a crisp finish, thanks to the extensive lagering of this beer. “Marzen” is German for March, when Marzen-style lagers traditionally are brewed. One sip and you’ll swear you’re in Munich. Kipona Fest is available in limited production bottles starting in August. “Kipona” is the Indian word for “sparkling water”. Each year, over Labor Day weekend, Harrisburg celebrates Kipona with a carnival and festival along the Susquehanna River and on City Island.
Hefe Weizen: Hinterland Hefe Weizen is a light-bodied wheat ale, using special yeast (called “hefe”) to produce clove and banana flavors during fermentation. This unfiltered beer has an incredibly spicy and fruity complexity. Is it any wonder that 28 percent of all beer consumed in Germany is Weizen-style beer? Its Brewmaster earned many medals at the Great American Beer Festival for this beer style. He follows a difficult, four-step infusion mash schedule to achieve the complexity of this traditional German-style beer.
War College Ale: This pale ale is inspired by the classic English style pale ale with a blend of noble hops and a delicate malt attribute. This beer is well balanced by design and is for the enjoyment of the purist beer drinker.
War College Wheat: This light refreshing American style wheat beer is sure to delight. Brewed with a high percentage of malted wheat, this beer is true to character with a hazy unfiltered glow. The citrus flavors are complemented by a slice of lemon traditionally served on the side. This beer is great for any occasion.
Jennie Wade White - Semi Sweet
Named for the first local civilian killed during the Battle of Gettysburg,
this approachable table wine is pure Vidal. With flavors of honeysuckle,
melons and pears this wine has a hint of sweetness and a crisp, clean
Abes Apple Wine - Sweet
Adams County Apples - honest, Abe! Sipping this sweet wine is like a ripe,
juicy bite of fresh fruit. Our Abe's Apple is approachable and smooth.
Besides pairing with your ham dinner, it would be a nice accompaniment to
gingerbread, spice cake, or apple pie, as well as vanilla ice cream with
Devils Den Red - Semi Dry
This luscious, fruity red is named for the outcropping of massive boulders
where Union soldiers fell under Confederate Sharpshooters attack during the
second day of the Battle of Gettysburg. Smooth as silk, with a touch of
sweetness, it combines cherries and currants with a finish that is
reminiscent of strawberries.