BEER

The Nomad World Pub features a distinctive collection of craft, local and import beers. We like to say Travel the World & Never Leave your Barstool!

We change our tap beer offerings pretty often, so we can’t guarantee that this list is always totally current. However, we’ll probably be able to offer you something similar if the beer you see here isn’t on when you come to the bar. Last updated- 03/07/2016

TapsBelgians | Domestic | Cans | Craft |  Foreign | Big Bottles | Cider

Looking for something other than beer?  Looking for our specials?  Check out THE BAR…

On Tap:

Alaskan Amber– Alaskan Amber is based on an Alt bier recipe from a turn-of-the-century brewery in the Juneau area. Richly malty and long on the palate, with just enough hop backing to make this beer notably well balanced. (5.3%ABV)

Angry Orchard Crisp Apple– A crisp and refreshing cider, its fresh apple aroma and slightly sweet, ripe apple flavor make it hard to resist. (ABV 5%)

Bell’s Smitten– This golden Rye Pale Ale has a combination of sharp citrus & resinous flavors from hops with an earthy, rustic overtone from the rye malt. (6%ABV)

Bent Paddle Harness IPA The comfort of malt sweetness harnesses the cold crisp citrus notes from the hops. (7.2%ABV)

Central Waters Mud Puppy Porter– A robust, yet suprisingly refreshing porter, Mud Puppy is a favorite of dark beer lovers. Characterized by a thick, rocky head and luscious chocolate-like nose, the malty profile is balanced by liberal hopping for its style. (5.5%ABV)

Deschutes Fresh Squeezed IPA– This mouthwateringly delicious IPA gets its flavor from a heavy helping of citra and mosaic hops. Don’t worry, no fruit was harmed in the making of this beer. (6.4%ABV)

Deschutes The Abyss 2014– A deep, dark Imperial Stout, The Abyss has almost immeasurable depth and complexity. Hints of molasses, licorice and other alluring flavors make it something not just to quaff, but contemplate. (11%ABV)

Founder’s Breakfast Stout–  The coffee lover’s consummate beer. Brewed with an abundance of flaked oats, bitter and imported chocolates, and Sumatra and Kona coffee. (8.3%ABV)

Fulton Lonely Blonde – The Lonely Blonde wears a delicate fragrance of German noble hops, and slips a touch of white wheat between American pale and crystal malts for a smooth, sensuous body, fair complexion, and a pleasantly lacy white head. (4.8%ABV)

Jameson Irish Whiskey– That’s right. Whiskey on tap.

Lift Bridge Farm Girl– Perfectly balanced and moderately sweet with light citrus notes and a distinct spiciness from choice Belgian yeasts. (5.8%ABV)

New Belgium Brewery La Folie 2016– Tart right off the bat with sour cherries and grapes. This beer finishes slightly bittersweet with some apple, raspberry, and oak notes. (6%ABV)

Surly Blakkr This Imperial Black IPA has flavors of black licorice and bittersweet hop aromas of pineapple. (10%ABV)

Surly Brett Mikkels IPA– Belgian Style IPA, fermented with Brett. (7.5%ABV)

Surly Coffee Bender– Coldpress coffee aromas, intense coffee flavors balanced by the oats in the malt bill, resulting in a cappuccino-like creaminess. (5.1%ABV)

Surly Furious– Brewed with a dazzling blend of American hops and Scottish malt, this crimson-hued ale delivers waves of citrus, pine and caramel-toffee. (6.2%ABV)

NOT on tap:

Local…

Fulton Sweet Child Of Vine– A serious malt backbone that can stand up to all the hops, creating a delightful balance. It’s an IPA, Fulton-style. (6.4%ABV) 6

Grainbelt Premium– As the label states, “Properly sterilized- does not cause biliousness. (4.7% ABV) 5

Grainbelt Nordeast– An American Amber with a quintessentially Minnesotan name. (4.7% ABV) 5

Indeed Day Tripper This American Pale Ale is made with four pounds of hops per barrel, which give this beer a dank, and citrus laced aroma. (5.4% ABV) 6

Surly BenderThis oatmeal brown ale tastes of cocoa, coffee, malts and vanilla. (5.5% ABV) 6

Surly Hell– A pale-gold lager with bready malt aromas and flavors, floral hop aroma, and a balanced finish. (4.5%ABV) 6

Summit EPA– Born in 1986, Summit EPA is an approachably hoppy beer that is both earthy and citrusy. Kinda makes you feel like you’re in St. Paul. (5.2% ABV) 5

Tallboys…

Bell’s Brewery Best Brown– A smooth, toasty brown ale, with hints of caramel and cocoa. (5.8%ABV) 6

Bell’s Brewery Two Hearted– This Michigan brewed IPA is known for its’ drinkability and its’ fish-heart related name. (7% ABV) 6

Brooklyn Lager– Dry hopped for added bitterness and a clean finish, amber-gold in color with a firm malt center.(5.2% ABV) 6

Budweiser– The King of beers owned by a Belgium company. (5% ABV) 5

Bud Lite– The King’s lighter cousin. Still mainly drank in St. Louis. (4.2% ABV) 5

Crispin Brown’s Lane– A lightly sparking, crisply effervescent cider made with traditional English bittersweet cider apples. (5.8%ABV) 6

Heineken– The gentleman’s beer. (5% ABV) 5

Lonestar– Tough to like Texas, but this is an ok reason. (3.8% ABV) 5

Martens Wheat– It’s the everyday wheat beer of Belgium. (5% ABV) 6

Pabst Blue Ribbon– Cheap, delicious and American! (5% ABV) 4

Sapporo– A Japanese Rice Lager style beer brewed in Tokyo. (5%ABV) 6

Stiegl Radler Grapefruit- Grapefruit juice provides this Radler with a naturally cloudy appearance and a tart aromatic note, leading to a juicy, fruity taste sensation with a refreshing finish. (3%ABV) 6

Strongbow- Named after the Earl of Pembroke, who was notoriously good with a bow and arrow, this crisp cider hails from England. Gluten free, for those who care. (5% ABV) 6

Toppling Goliath Golden Nugget– This spectacularly golden, medium bodied IPA was crafted from a winning combination of Golden Promise malt and Nugget hops. (6.8%ABV) Cans (Belgian Cooler)- 6

Belgians…

Chimay Triple- The Chimay Triple, last-born of the Abbey, is golden Trappist beer that combines sweet and bitter in a rare balance. (8%ABV) 8.50

Delerium Tremens– Latin for “Shaking frenzy”, this Belgian strong ale was voted one of the 50 best beers in the world. (8.5%ABV) 6.50

Duvel- A Belgian-style Strong Pale Ale brewed by Moortgat Brewery. The name Duvel means “devil” in three languages. (8.5% ABV) 8

Kwak- A Belgian Strong Pale Ale, which was first brewed in 1791, and known for its unique glass. (8.4% ABV) 8.50

La Chouffe– This unfiltered blonde Ale is fruity, lightly hoppy and spiced with coriander. Sort of a Belgian beer brewed to be resemble it’s crafty American counterparts. (8% ABV) 9

La Fin Du Monde- The End of the World. Made in Chambly, Quebec, Triple-style Golden Ale with a complex palate of malt, fruit and spice, a dry finish. (9% ABV) 7

Leffe Blond– Elegant, refreshing, unforgettable. (6.60%ABV) 6.50

Lindeman’s Framboise- Like all Lambic beers, fruit is used for flavor in place of hops. Lindeman’s chooses fresh raspberries, making framboise crisp, sweet, tart, and addicting. (2.5% ABV) 9.75

Maredsous Brune- Once brewed only at Christmas time, this brown has become the most recognizable of the Maredsous beers. It’s a Tripel with caramel and malt bouquet that is complemented by fruity notes. (8% ABV) 7.50

Saison Dupont- Widely considered the pinnacle of all classic Belgian Saisons. Farm-brewed since 1844. (6.5% ABV) 8

Tripel Karmeliet– The recipe for this beer was created in 1679 by monks and uses three types of grain; wheat, oats and barley. This Belgian tripel tastes of fresh wheat, and creamy oat, and has a lemony, yet dry finish. (8.4% ABV) 8.50

So many great options!….

Amstel Light- Leaders of the American light beer revolution since 1980. (3.54% ABV) 5

Buckler N/A– Tastes like beer but it won’t get you drunk. Sad, but sometimes necessary. 5

Carlsberg– This session-able pilsner hails from Denmark and is the sponsor of U.E.F.A. (5% ABV) 5

Coors Light– The world’s most refreshing beer, so they say. (4.24% ABV) 4

Corona– Born in 1925 in Mexico, where it is still brewed and bottled today, Corona is a smooth, sweet beer and a favorite import worldwide. (4.6% ABV) 5

Deschutes Black Butte Porter– A slight hop bitterness up front with distinctive chocolate, roasted finish. It’s prized for its creamy mouthfeel and intense complex flavors. (5.2%ABV) 6

Guinness- A dry Irish stout, that is creamy, dark and just as delicious on St. Patrick’s Day as the other 364 days of the year. (4.2% ABV) 5

Negra Modelo– Mexico’s top selling dark beer. (5.4% ABV) 5

Omission Gluten Free IPA– A bright, hop forward Northwest Style IPA. The finish is crisp, clean, and refreshing . (6.7%ABV) 6

Red Stripe– Jamaican style lager and sponsor of the Jamaican bob-sled team, and it feels great in your hand. (4.7% ABV) 5

Tiger-A bold lager, born and brewed in the heart of Asia through a tropical lagering process. (5%ABV) 6

 

Fancy…

Conflux No. 1 Collage– Deschutes Brewery and Hair of The Dog Brewing Company join forces to weave The Dissident (an Oud Bruin) and The Stoic (A Belgian Quad) and the two brewers into an artistic collage of cask-aging alchemy. Damn, beer is fun. (11.6%ABV) 12oz Served at Cellar Temperature. 16

DeuS- A “Bière de Champagne”, or champagne of beers. The process begins in Belgium and ends where it is bottled near Champagne, France. The techniques used are centuries old and include three phases of fermentation, aging in a cellar for 9 months, and dégorgement to release the yeast from the neck of the bottle. (11.5% ABV) 750ml 50

Founders KBS– 2010 What we’ve got here is an imperial stout brewed with a massive amount of coffee and chocolates, then cave-aged in oak bourbon barrels for an entire year to make sure wonderful bourbon undertones come through in the finish. Makes your taste buds squeal with delight. (11.2%ABV) 12 oz Served at Cellar Temperature. 30

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BEER

The Nomad World Pub features a distinctive collection of craft, local and import beers. We like to say Travel the World & Never Leave your Barstool!

We change our tap beer offerings pretty often, so we can’t guarantee that this list is always totally current. However, we’ll probably be able to offer you something similar if the beer you see here isn’t on when you come to the bar. Last updated- 03/07/2016

Taps| Belgians | Domestic | Cans | Craft |  Foreign | Big Bottles | Cider

Looking for something other than beer?  Looking for our specials?  Check out THE BAR…

On Tap:

 

Alaskan Amber– Alaskan Amber is based on an Alt bier recipe from a turn-of-the-century brewery in the Juneau area. Richly malty and long on the palate, with just enough hop backing to make this beer notably well balanced. (5.3%ABV)

Angry Orchard Crisp Apple– A crisp and refreshing cider, its fresh apple aroma and slightly sweet, ripe apple flavor make it hard to resist. (ABV 5%)

Bell’s Smitten– This golden Rye Pale Ale has a combination of sharp citrus & resinous flavors from hops with an earthy, rustic overtone from the rye malt. (6%ABV)

Bent Paddle Harness IPA The comfort of malt sweetness harnesses the cold crisp citrus notes from the hops. (7.2%ABV)

Central Waters Mud Puppy Porter– A robust, yet suprisingly refreshing porter, Mud Puppy is a favorite of dark beer lovers. Characterized by a thick, rocky head and luscious chocolate-like nose, the malty profile is balanced by liberal hopping for its style. (5.5%ABV)

Deschutes Fresh Squeezed IPA– This mouthwateringly delicious IPA gets its flavor from a heavy helping of citra and mosaic hops. Don’t worry, no fruit was harmed in the making of this beer. (6.4%ABV)

Deschutes The Abyss 2014– A deep, dark Imperial Stout, The Abyss has almost immeasurable depth and complexity. Hints of molasses, licorice and other alluring flavors make it something not just to quaff, but contemplate. (11%ABV)

Founder’s Breakfast Stout–  The coffee lover’s consummate beer. Brewed with an abundance of flaked oats, bitter and imported chocolates, and Sumatra and Kona coffee. (8.3%ABV)

Fulton Lonely Blonde – The Lonely Blonde wears a delicate fragrance of German noble hops, and slips a touch of white wheat between American pale and crystal malts for a smooth, sensuous body, fair complexion, and a pleasantly lacy white head. (4.8%ABV)

Jameson Irish Whiskey– That’s right. Whiskey on tap.

Lift Bridge Farm Girl– Perfectly balanced and moderately sweet with light citrus notes and a distinct spiciness from choice Belgian yeasts. (5.8%ABV)

New Belgium Brewery La Folie 2016– Tart right off the bat with sour cherries and grapes. This beer finishes slightly bittersweet with some apple, raspberry, and oak notes. (6%ABV)

Surly Blakkr This Imperial Black IPA has flavors of black licorice and bittersweet hop aromas of pineapple. (10%ABV)

Surly Brett Mikkels IPA– Belgian Style IPA, fermented with Brett. (7.5%ABV)

Surly Coffee Bender– Coldpress coffee aromas, intense coffee flavors balanced by the oats in the malt bill, resulting in a cappuccino-like creaminess. (5.1%ABV)

Surly Furious– Brewed with a dazzling blend of American hops and Scottish malt, this crimson-hued ale delivers waves of citrus, pine and caramel-toffee. (6.2%ABV)

NOT on tap:

Local…

Fulton Sweet Child Of Vine– A serious malt backbone that can stand up to all the hops, creating a delightful balance. It’s an IPA, Fulton-style. (6.4%ABV) 6

Grainbelt Premium– As the label states, “Properly sterilized- does not cause biliousness. (4.7% ABV) 5

Grainbelt Nordeast– An American Amber with a quintessentially Minnesotan name. (4.7% ABV) 5

Indeed Day Tripper This American Pale Ale is made with four pounds of hops per barrel, which give this beer a dank, and citrus laced aroma. (5.4% ABV) 6

Surly BenderThis oatmeal brown ale tastes of cocoa, coffee, malts and vanilla. (5.5% ABV) 6

Surly Hell– A pale-gold lager with bready malt aromas and flavors, floral hop aroma, and a balanced finish. (4.5%ABV) 6

Summit EPA– Born in 1986, Summit EPA is an approachably hoppy beer that is both earthy and citrusy. Kinda makes you feel like you’re in St. Paul. (5.2% ABV) 5

Tallboys…

Bell’s Brewery Best Brown– A smooth, toasty brown ale, with hints of caramel and cocoa. (5.8%ABV) 6

Bell’s Brewery Two Hearted– This Michigan brewed IPA is known for its’ drinkability and its’ fish-heart related name. (7% ABV) 6

Brooklyn Lager– Dry hopped for added bitterness and a clean finish, amber-gold in color with a firm malt center.(5.2% ABV) 6

Budweiser– The King of beers owned by a Belgium company. (5% ABV) 5

Bud Lite– The King’s lighter cousin. Still mainly drank in St. Louis. (4.2% ABV) 5

Crispin Brown’s Lane– A lightly sparking, crisply effervescent cider made with traditional English bittersweet cider apples. (5.8%ABV) 6

Heineken– The gentleman’s beer. (5% ABV) 5

Lonestar– Tough to like Texas, but this is an ok reason. (3.8% ABV) 5

Martens Wheat– It’s the everyday wheat beer of Belgium. (5% ABV) 6

Pabst Blue Ribbon– Cheap, delicious and American! (5% ABV) 4

Sapporo– A Japanese Rice Lager style beer brewed in Tokyo. (5%ABV) 6

Stiegl Radler Grapefruit- Grapefruit juice provides this Radler with a naturally cloudy appearance and a tart aromatic note, leading to a juicy, fruity taste sensation with a refreshing finish. (3%ABV) 6

Strongbow- Named after the Earl of Pembroke, who was notoriously good with a bow and arrow, this crisp cider hails from England. Gluten free, for those who care. (5% ABV) 6

Toppling Goliath Golden Nugget– This spectacularly golden, medium bodied IPA was crafted from a winning combination of Golden Promise malt and Nugget hops. (6.8%ABV) Cans (Belgian Cooler)- 6

Belgians…

Chimay Triple- The Chimay Triple, last-born of the Abbey, is golden Trappist beer that combines sweet and bitter in a rare balance. (8%ABV) 8.50

Delerium Tremens– Latin for “Shaking frenzy”, this Belgian strong ale was voted one of the 50 best beers in the world. (8.5%ABV) 6.50

Duvel- A Belgian-style Strong Pale Ale brewed by Moortgat Brewery. The name Duvel means “devil” in three languages. (8.5% ABV) 8

Kwak- A Belgian Strong Pale Ale, which was first brewed in 1791, and known for its unique glass. (8.4% ABV) 8.50

La Chouffe– This unfiltered blonde Ale is fruity, lightly hoppy and spiced with coriander. Sort of a Belgian beer brewed to be resemble it’s crafty American counterparts. (8% ABV) 9

La Fin Du Monde- The End of the World. Made in Chambly, Quebec, Triple-style Golden Ale with a complex palate of malt, fruit and spice, a dry finish. (9% ABV) 7

Leffe Blond– Elegant, refreshing, unforgettable. (6.60%ABV) 6.50

Lindeman’s Framboise- Like all Lambic beers, fruit is used for flavor in place of hops. Lindeman’s chooses fresh raspberries, making framboise crisp, sweet, tart, and addicting. (2.5% ABV) 9.75

Maredsous Brune- Once brewed only at Christmas time, this brown has become the most recognizable of the Maredsous beers. It’s a Tripel with caramel and malt bouquet that is complemented by fruity notes. (8% ABV) 7.50

Saison Dupont- Widely considered the pinnacle of all classic Belgian Saisons. Farm-brewed since 1844. (6.5% ABV) 8

Tripel Karmeliet– The recipe for this beer was created in 1679 by monks and uses three types of grain; wheat, oats and barley. This Belgian tripel tastes of fresh wheat, and creamy oat, and has a lemony, yet dry finish. (8.4% ABV) 8.50

So many great options!….

Amstel Light- Leaders of the American light beer revolution since 1980. (3.54% ABV) 5

Buckler N/A– Tastes like beer but it won’t get you drunk. Sad, but sometimes necessary. 5

Carlsberg– This session-able pilsner hails from Denmark and is the sponsor of U.E.F.A. (5% ABV) 5

Coors Light– The world’s most refreshing beer, so they say. (4.24% ABV) 4

Corona– Born in 1925 in Mexico, where it is still brewed and bottled today, Corona is a smooth, sweet beer and a favorite import worldwide. (4.6% ABV) 5

Deschutes Black Butte Porter– A slight hop bitterness up front with distinctive chocolate, roasted finish. It’s prized for its creamy mouthfeel and intense complex flavors. (5.2%ABV) 6

Guinness- A dry Irish stout, that is creamy, dark and just as delicious on St. Patrick’s Day as the other 364 days of the year. (4.2% ABV) 5

Negra Modelo– Mexico’s top selling dark beer. (5.4% ABV) 5

Omission Gluten Free IPA– A bright, hop forward Northwest Style IPA. The finish is crisp, clean, and refreshing . (6.7%ABV) 6

Red Stripe– Jamaican style lager and sponsor of the Jamaican bob-sled team, and it feels great in your hand. (4.7% ABV) 5

Tiger-A bold lager, born and brewed in the heart of Asia through a tropical lagering process. (5%ABV) 6

Fancy…

Conflux No. 1 Collage– Deschutes Brewery and Hair of The Dog Brewing Company join forces to weave The Dissident (an Oud Bruin) and The Stoic (A Belgian Quad) and the two brewers into an artistic collage of cask-aging alchemy. Damn, beer is fun. (11.6%ABV) 12oz Served at Cellar Temperature. 16

DeuS- A “Bière de Champagne”, or champagne of beers. The process begins in Belgium and ends where it is bottled near Champagne, France. The techniques used are centuries old and include three phases of fermentation, aging in a cellar for 9 months, and dégorgement to release the yeast from the neck of the bottle. (11.5% ABV) 750ml 50

Founders KBS– 2010 What we’ve got here is an imperial stout brewed with a massive amount of coffee and chocolates, then cave-aged in oak bourbon barrels for an entire year to make sure wonderful bourbon undertones come through in the finish. Makes your taste buds squeal with delight. (11.2%ABV) 12 oz Served at Cellar Temperature. 30

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