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Beer List – Bill’s Off Broadway

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18 Mostly Local Craft Draft Beers & Ciders 
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Hale’s Billsner Pilsner

Brewed from the highest grade of imported Pilsner malt; with Tahoma and Czech Saaz hops, and fermented with traditional Czech yeast to create a delicate, delicious beer.

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No-Li Spin Cycle Red

An intriguing spin cycle of English, German and American brewing techniques, Spin Cycle Red is a celebration of the classic English­style ESB. The perfect balance of malt and hops create an enjoyable and quaffable red ale.

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Obsidian Nitro Stout

Deschutes Obsidian Stout

Notes of espresso & dark chocolate with a roasted finish. Deep, robust, & richly rewarding, roasted malt, black barley with just enough hop bite to cut the sweetness.

Craft Beer List

Hellbent IPA

Hellbent’s American Style IPA pours a mostly clear copper with a cake foam head. This rich IPA is super hop-infused with pine forward citrus and tropical fruit aromas. Try it with a Bill’s Burger and fries.

Maritime Old Seattle Lager

OSL starts with a clean Pils malt and light cascade hop aroma and pours a clear, light golden color. The taste combines a balanced malt that finishes lightly sweet with a light hop bitterness. This light bodied brew tastes like a beer should and is perfect for enjoying the summer sun on the patio.

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Hale’s Supergoose IPA

An expert blend of citrus & pine hop aromas with a rich malt body. Supergoose is, best of all, a balanced and drinkable IPA, characteristics that have made it a favorite among the legions of Northwest IPA aficionados.

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Mac & Jack’s African Amber

This unfiltered and dry hopped ale pours a cloudy copper with a floral aroma, hoppy taste, and a well-rounded malt middle with an organic hop finish.

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Deschutes Fresh Haze IPA

A hazy twist on your main squeeze, this juice bomb explodes with orange citrus and a soft malt body.

Cold Beer Pilsner

Farmstrong Pilsner

An insanely sessionable lager with a surprising amount of flavor. This is the new Northwest light lager that you are going to love!

Schilling Grapefruit & Chill Cider

Perfect for a chill kind of day! Grapefruit and Chill is full of bright citrus notes. Refreshing, bright, and tart.

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Stoup Citra IPA

This hazy, golden wheat yellow American IPA starts with flavors of tropical fruit and citrus. It is mildly bitter with a light body. It is like drinking “sunshine in a glass.”

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Seattle Cider Semi-Sweet

A light, crisp cider with just a touch of sweetness. Honey in color with notes of bergamot orange, lemon, and apple, this refreshing cider reveals hints of citrus and cinnamon on the palate.

Sierra Nevada Crazy Little Thing IPA

Unfiltered, unprocessed, straight from the tanks and into the can. It’s a swirling cloud that likes to shake things up, a fruit-forward hop adventure for the daring. Go bold and make tonight a hazy one.

Draft Beer List

Widmer Hefe

It’s bold, clean flavor and pronounced citrus and floral aromas are what define American-style hefeweizen. So pour yourself a cool, cloudy glass, finish with a lemon and enjoy the original.

10 Barrel Raspberry Crush

Acidulated white wheat, raspberries and an inoculation of lactobacillus in the fermenter give this American ale its tart, fruity taste. Low hop levels let the special sour flavors dominate, and rice syrup helps yield a particularly light finish and body. This is a real summer refresher.

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Boundary Bay Blonde

As a straightforward, lighter bodied ale. It’s well-rounded softness results from the generous amounts of German pilsner and Vienna malts, balanced with a crisp and cleansing noble Saaz Hop finish.

Georgetown Brewery

Georgetown Manny’s Pale Ale

Rich and complex malty middle with a snappy hop finish. Crisp, clean and smooth with hints of citrus and fruit.

Pabst Blue Ribbon

Well, it’s PBR. American Lager established in Milwaukee, Wisc. in 1844. Lately making a comeback, largely due to popularity with hipsters.

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