The following items are available on tap at the Dubliner.
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|Bell’s Two-Hearted Ale||MI||7.0%||55|
|Fulton Sweet Child of Vine||MN||6.4%||69|
|Grain Belt Nordeast||MN||4.7%||16|
|Grain Belt Premium||MN||4.6%||50|
|Lagunitas Little Sumpin'||CA||7.5%||45|
|Lake Monster Murmur (Nitro) Milk Stout||MN||5.4%||40|
|Lift Bridge Farm Girl||MN||5.8%||19|
|Magner’s Irish Cider||IRE||4.5%||N/A|
|Odell (Nitro) Cutthroat Porter||CO||5.1%||43|
|Summit Extra Pale Ale||MN||5.3%||45|
|Urban Growler Cowbell Cream Ale||MN||5.2%||20|
ABV (Alcohol by volume) is a standard measure of how much alcohol is contained in a given volume of an alcoholic beverage (expressed as a volume percent). The ABV standard is used worldwide.
IBU is an abbreviation for the International Bitterness Units scale, a gauge of beer’s bitterness. Though the IBU scale can be used as a general guideline for taste, with lower IBUs corresponding to less bitterness and vice versa, it’s important to note that malt and other flavors can mask the taste of bitterness in beer. Therefore, a beer with 20 IBUs and a minimal malt character may have significantly more bitter taste than a beer with 60 IBUs and a powerful malt profile. Read more…