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CSG has selected 16 bottled beers to supplement our tap list. Our bottled beers are served table side in a unique glass to ensure the best beer tasting experience.  
Früh Kölsch - Brauerei Früh am Dom
From the recipe by Peter Josef Früh of the family brewery, this top-fermented specialty beer features the best ingredients and is brewed according to the German Purity Law.  Served in the traditional 0.2L glass.



Cologne, Germany

Alc. 4.8% // IBUs 20


Meschede- Grevenstein, Germany

Alc. 4.8% // 30 IBUs 

Veltin's Pilsner

Behind the tangy, herbal hop notes, this is quite a delicate beer and not particularly full bodied. Fairly dry and bitter, but with a soft malty-sweet backdrop 

Staropramen Czech Lager - Pivovary Staropramen
The pleasantly smooth taste and well-rounded flavour rewards your palate with a soft malty flavour, before finishing off with gentle bitterness.



Prague, Czech Republic 

Alc. 5.0% // IBUs 19

Carlsberg Pilsner - Carlsberg Brewery
A well-proportioned bottom-fermented lager beer with a flavour of hops, grains, pine needles, sorrel and Danish summer apples. The bitterness of the hops and the apple-like sweetness provide a harmoniously balanced taste.



Copenhagen, Denmark

Alc. 4.6% // IBUs 22

Aecht Schlenkerla Rauchbier Märzen - Brauerei Heller

A Bamberg’s speciality, a dark, bottom fermented smokebeer, brewed with Original Schlenkerla Smokemalt from the Schlenkerla maltings and tapped according to old tradition directly from the gravity-fed oakwood cask in the historical brewery tavern.


Bamberg, Germany

Alc. 5.1% // IBUs 30

Dunkel - Erdinger 

A rich and smooth wheat beer.  It owes its full-bodied flavor to the fine hops and dark malt used in its production. The dark beer specialty is brewed according to an age-old recipe.


Erding, Germany

Alc. 5.3% // IBUs 21

Barock Dunkel - Weltenburger Kloster

The world´s oldest dark beer. A true experience of flavour. Full bodied, with fine malt aromas. slightly bitter with some sweetness, creamy and with the warm colours of amber, intensive flavour and fragrance.Brewed in traditional monastic manner, its one of the great beers.


Kelheim, Germany

Alc. 4.7% 

Saison DuPont - Brasserie Dupont

A classic Belgian farmhouse ale. This is a beautifully balanced, complex beer that has a refreshing fruitiness and long, dry finish. It is bottled unfiltered so it may be cloudy or have a slight sediment but this is normal and perfectly natural. 


Tourpes-Leuze, Belgium

Alc. 6% // IBUs 30

Andechser Doppelbock Dunkel - Klosterbrauerei Andechs


This world famous bock from Bavaria’s Holy Mountain is not meant to be rushed, but savoured slowly. This Reinheitsgebot dark beer drinks smoothly and cleanly, but delivers a very direct punch. Sweet on the tongue with a roasted malt and burnt wheat taste, this 'double bock' beer is for serious, studied and not too frequent contemplation.


Andechs, Germany

Alc. 7.1% // IBUs 17

Aventinus Weizen-Doppelbock - Schneider

Dark-ruby colored wheat doppelbock with a creamy fine head. Strong notes of ripe bananas, raisins and plums meet liquorice and roasty aromes. Full-bodied and warming, with a well-balanced and smooth finish. Served in the classic Schneider Weisse glass. 


Bavaria, Germany

Alc. 8.2% // IBUs 16

Pauwel Kwak - Brouwerij Bosteels 

Discover a very mellow, fruity attack, a nougat-like solidity, and a slightly spicy character with hints of licorice passing into a warm finish that reminds you of caramelized banana. The bitterness always remains in the background but in the end emerges delicately.  Served in a specialty glass.


Buggenhout, Belgium

Alc. 8.4% // IBUs 20

St. Bernardus Abt 12 - Sint Bernardus

Dark with a full, ivory-colored head. It has a fruity aroma, full of complex flavours and excels because of its long bittersweet finish with a hoppy bite. Worldwide seen as one of the best beers in the world. It’s a very balanced beer, with a full-bodied taste and a perfect equilibrium between malty, bitter, and sweet. 


Watou, Belgium

Alc. 10.5% // IBUs 23

Garún Icelandic Stout NR.19 - Borg Brugghús

Garún is named for the strong and brave heroine of one of Iceland’s most popular folktales "The deacon of Dark River (Myrká)." A tale of ghosts, undying love, and life triumphing over death told against the backdrop of elements essential to Iceland’s character: ice, snow, and flooding waters whirling dark and mysterious. The same elements that inspire this rich, intense, bold and swirlingly varied Icelandic stout. Garún is a dark aura of intense richness and haunting aroma with notes of chocolate, licorice and coffee. Skál!


Reykjavík, Iceland

Alc. 11.5% // IBUs 60

Vanderghinste Oud Bruin - Brouwerij Bockor

The nose is filled with a sweet-and-sour aroma, with touches of fruit and wood. This ale’s particular taste is characterised by the excellent balance between the fruitiness of the yeast, the slight sweetness and the mildly sour taste so particular to a spontaneously fermented beer. The finish is very refreshing and satisfyingly thirst-quenching.


Bellegem-Kortrijk, Belgium

Alc. 5.5% // IBUs 13

Dry English Draft Cider - Aspall Cyder 

This brilliantly clear yellow cider shines in the glass as big bubbles shoot to the top and form a thick, soft white head. Musty ripe apples balloon in the aroma, with rustic barnyard scents giving the bouquet a deep earthiness. Like the aroma, sweet, ripe apple notes hit the tongue before the fruit’s sour side emerges, while soft smoky flavors work through the sourness and smooth out the edges. A dynamic transition unfolds as the drink flows back: Sweet at first, the cider turns funky before finishing super-dry. 


Debenham, Suffolk, UK

Alc. 6.8%

Bitburger - Drive - non-alcoholic

The alcohol is carefully removed, but only once the beer has fully matured so it locks in the famous Bitburger taste. And at the same time it reduces the calories. The full fermentation process means that Bitburger Drive can be tapped straight from the keg, unlike most other beers. And because it is fully fermented, there’s no need for it to be pasteurized, so it tastes even fresher.


Bitburg/Eifel, Germany

Alc. 0% // IBUs 75

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