MENU IS SUBJECT TO AVAILABILITY. We pride ourselves on featuring many best sellers as well as unique and limited-release craft beers. So, when falling in love with a new beer, remember: what is here today may be gone tomorrow.

 Menu Reflects the Most Recent Printed List


      * A Savannah Brew                                                      # A Georgia Brew  

# 3 Taverns  Feest Noel / Allspice & Clove Quad Decatur, GA abv 10.0%
Allagash Black / Belgian Stout Portland, ME abv 7.5%
# Atlanta Brewing Postbellum/ B.A. Imperial Stout Atlanta, GA abv 10.5%
Austin Eastciders Pineapple / Pineapple Cider Austin, TX abv 5.0%
# Cherry St. Alan’s Better Half / Imp. English Brown Cumming, GA abv 7.5%
* Coastal Empire Keller’s Milk Stout / Stout Savannah, GA abv 5.5%
* Coastal Empire Southern Delight /  Praline Amber Savannah, GA abv 5.2%
* Coastal Empire Tybee Blonde / Blonde Ale Savannah, GA abv 4.7%
# Creature Comforts Bibo / Pilsner Athens, GA abv 4.9%
* Creature Comforts Tropicalia / IPA Athens, GA abv 6.6%
D9 Voyager / Sassafras & Vanilla Sour Cornilius, NC abv 14.0%
Founders KBS / B.B.A. Chocolate Coffee Imp. Stout Grand Rapids/ MI abv 12.2%
Green Man ESB / Amber Asheville, NC abv 5.5%
Heaven & Ale Love Supreme / Crème Brulee Milk Sout Chattanooga, TN abv 5.5%
Hubbard’s Cave Fresh V28 / DBL IPA Niles, IL abv 8.5%
Mast Landing Dash / IPA Westbrook, ME abv  7.0%
* Moon River Yoga Pants  / Pale Ale Savannah, GA abv 5.0%
Paradox Alchemy Stones  / Wine B.A. Golden Sour Divide, CO abv 8.4%
* Southbound Mountain Jam  / Lager Savannah, GA abv 5.1%
* Southbound Scattered Sun Wit  / Belgian Wheat Savannah, GA abv 5.5%
# SweetWater G13 / Hemp IPA Atlanta, GA abv 6.0%
* Two Tides Sixfoot / IPA Savannah, GA abv 6.3%
* Two Tides Tan Lines / Pilsner Savannah, GA abv 5.5%
Une Annee Le Seul Strawberry / Strawberry Sour Niles, IL abv 6.5%
Untitled Art Coconut  Cream / Coconut Blonde Stout Waunakee, WI abv 10.0%
# Wild Heaven Standard Deluxe / Lager Avondale, Ga abv 5.0%


BIGGER AND BRETTER | bier de garde, fermented w/ brettanomyces | Ommegang | 7.6% abv. 26oz. | $21

Bigger and Bretter is a robust, yet beautifully balanced ale. The malt brings flavors of caramel with a touch of honeyed sweetness. The brett yeast imparts aromas of cherry pie and cinnamon that develops as the beer spends at least three months maturing in our cellar.


RHUBARB GOSE | sour, salty, rhubarb ale | Birds Fly South | 4.5% abv. 26oz. | $22

Gose brewed with tropical sea salt and local rhubarb.


WEDDING SAISON | mixed culture farmhouse ale w/ florida kumquats | Hourglass | 5.9% abv. 26oz. | $15

As a lighter beer, it’s amazingly complex with a blend of Saaz, Calypso, and Pacifica hops, along with Florida-grown kumquats. Add a blend of wild and house yeast and you have a fantastic blend that has a great effervescent feel, almost like a great champagne.


OUDE GUEZE | lambic (wild fermented) blend | Mikkeller / Boon | 5.9% abv. 26oz. | $26

The Mikkeller oude Gueze lambic is a new unique collaboration between Mikkeller and Boon. Blending lambic from one to three years old, this blend is made in the traditional method of spontaneous fermentation in the Senne valley, Belgium. This special blend has a distinct twist being matured in oak foeders previously used for Calvados. Ideal before a meal or paired with cheese. Made in collaboration with the beer mastermind Frank Boon.

CYCLO | imperial stout w/ vietnamese cinnamon, vanilla & chocolate | Pasteur Street | 13.0% abv. 26oz. | $26

This full-bodied Imperial Chocolate Stout is lovingly produced in small batches and hand-labelled. This robust beer has a velvety texture and deeply rich aroma., thanks to the addition of award-winning Marou Chocolate cacao pods, cinnamon and vanilla. Which are all sourced, then brewed in Vietnam.


TORCHES VOL. 2 | Mixed culture ale brewed with botanicals | Fonta Flora | 6.2% abv. 26oz. | $26

Mashed with local pilsner malt courtesy of Riverbend Malt House of Asheville, North Carolina along with heaps of flaked rye. Steeped on a menagerie of local/foraged botanicals, inspired by one of Brit’s mainstay smoke blends. Those botanicals include mullein, nettles, catnip, holy basil and calendula. Fermented with our mixed house cultures in one of our beautiful Missouri oak foeders. Aged on additional amounts of holy basil and conditioned naturally in the bottle and keg.

LE GRANDE MONDE | barrel aged American wild ale | Une Année | 7.0% abv. 26oz. | $28

Our blonde sour base went to rest in wine barrels for approximately 8 months before being walloped over the head with peaches, cinnamon sticks, and vanilla beans. Likened to a peach cobbler, this sour beer has assertive fruit and spice and a nice dessert sweetness while still finishing very dry.

NARCOSE TEA | barrel aged imperial stout | Against The Grain | 11.0% abv. 26oz. | $28

This 11% Imperial Stout aged in bourbon barrels was transformed into something truly unique with the additions of Pistachio Pu-erh, Lapsang Souchong, Keemun, and Assam tea. Balanced, yet complex and bold, with deep flavors of roasted chocolate, and vanilla. The tea adds a hint of smoke and earthiness to take this fantastic stout to the next level.

DAS WUNDERKIND | barrel aged saison | Jester King | 4.5% abv. 26oz. | $24

Mature beer, refermented in oak barrels with wild yeast and souring bacteria is blended with fresh, dry-hopped beer prior to bottle-conditioning. Dry and lightly tart, with notes of citrus, barnyard, and tropical fruit.


SANG ROYAL | barrel aged red ale with pinot noir grapes | Cascade | 9.4% abv. 26oz. | $30

Sang Royal is a blend of double red ales aged in oak barrels and foudres for up to 22 months with Pinot Noir grapes from Oregon’s famed Willamette Valley wine region. The most regal in our series of “Sang” projects, Sang Royal captures complex notes of summer berry fruit, plum, oak and spice, with a vibrant acidity and soft tannic structure.

HELL BROTH | danish style american wild ale | Off Color Brewing | 6.3% abv. 26oz. | $24

Pinkish tinged and funk forward, juxtaposing the softness of the honeys with a complex acid profile with the lactic hues of our house lactobacillus and wild yeasties and deeper tannic/malic acid of fresh cranberries. Supposed technically this would be a wild biere de miel at heart.

SHARE THIS OC | imperial stout | The Bruery | 11.0% abv. 26oz. | $21

Share This: OC is a rich, imperial stout infused with orange-chocolate flavors. It’s a profile we’re quite fond of, given the abundance of orange trees in our own backyard. To achieve the orange-chocolate flavor profile in this beer, we use orange zest, vanilla and TCHO cacao nibs.

11 PIPERS PIPING | spiced wee heavy | The Bruery | 11.0% abv. 26oz. | $18

Scotch Ale/Wee Heavy- 11% ABV. The eleventh in the Twelve Days of Christmas series. A Scotch-style ale brewed with candi sugar and coriander, delivering smooth caramel notes of Belgian sugar and spice.



Ambers and Browns     *Caramel * Malty * Smooth

Highland Gaelic Ale Amber Ale Asheville, NC 5.80%
New Belgian Fat Tire Amber Ale Fort Collins, CO 5.20%
Rogue Dead Guy Amber Ale Newport, OR 6.50%
Rogue Hazelnut Brown Ale Newport, OR 6.20%


Belgian / Belgian Style  *Balanced * Effervescent * Sweet

Delirium Tremens Belgian Strong Melle, Belgium 10.00%
Duvel Belgian Blonde Strong Puurs, Belgium 8.50%
St. Bernardus ABT 12 Abbey Quad Watou, Belgium  10.50%
Victory Golden Monkey Belgian Style Tripel Downingtown, PA 9.50%
Wild Heaven Eschaton Belgian Style Quad Decatur, GA 10.50%

Lagers / Pilsners   *Crisp * Light * Refreshing

Broolyn Lager Lager Brooklyn, NY 5.00%
Bud Light Light Lager St. Loius, MO 4.20%
Coors Light Light Lager Golden, CO 4.20%
Corona Lager Mexico City, Mexico 4.60%
Heineken Pale Lager Netherlands 5.00%
Michelob Ultra Light Lager St. Loius, MO 4.20%
Miller Lite Light Lager Milwaukee, WI 4.10%
Pilsner Urquell Pilsner Czech Republic 4.40%
Rolling Rock Pale Lager St. Loius, MO 4.60%
Sam Adams Boston Lager Lager Boston, MA 4.90%
Stella Artois Pilsner Leuven, Belgium 5.00%
Yuengling Lager Pottsville,A 4.40%
Beck’s Non Alcoholic Lager Bremen, Germany 0.30%

Pale Ales and IPAS  *Aromatic * Floral *  Hoppy*

Dogfish Head 60 min. IPA Milton, DE 9.00%
Heavy Seas Loose Cannon IPA Baltimore, MD 7.20%
New Belgian Glülteny Glüten Free APA Fort Collins, CO 6.00%
Oskar Blues Dales Pale Ale APA Lyons,CO 5.00%
Sierra Nevada Pale Ale APA Chico, CA 6.00%
Sweet Water 420 Extra Pale Ale Atlanta, GA 5.70%

Porters and Stouts  *Chocolate * Coffee * Smoke*

Boulder Shake Chocolate Porter Boulder, CO 5.90%
Boulevard Whiskey Barrel B.A. IMP. Stout Kansas, MO 10.80%
Duck Rabbit Milk Stout Milk Stout Farmville, NC 5.70%
Guinness Irish Stout Nitro Dry Stout Ireland 4.20%
Left Hand Milk Stout Nitro Milk Stout Longmont, CO 6.00%
New Hollands Dragon RSV. Seasonal Stout New Holland, MI 11.00%

Wheat / White Ales Citrus  *Coriander * Orange *

Abita Purple Haze Raspberry Wheat Abita Springs, LA 4.20%
Alagash White White Ale Portland, ME 5.10%
Blue Moon Witbier Golden, CO 5.40%
Franziskaner Weissbier  Munich, Germany 5.30%


Ace Space Blood Orange Cider  Sebastopol, CA
Angry Orchard Cider Cider Cincinnati, OH
Dogfish Head Sea Quench Session Sour Milton, DE
Not Your Father’s Rootbeer Adult Rootbeer Wauconda, IL
Rekorderlig Passionfruit  Passionfruit cider Sweden
Rodenbach Fruitage Flanders w/ Red Fruit Roeselare, Belgium
Treehorn Origin Botanical Cider Atlanta, GA



Enjoy the Beer Your Dad Used to Love



 Since the repeal of Prohibition in 1933, The Cyrstal Beer Parlor has been the place for the True American Brew and that tradition continues today. We are proud to offer these great, time-honored beers that our fathers and their fathers enjoyed so many year ago.

Miller High Life – In 1903 Miller High Life hits the shelves and is soon known as “the champagne of bottled beer”. In 1971, the world is introduced to “Miller Time” and it has become one of America’s best loved beers. Since then, it has ranked in the top 10 beer brands sold and has won numerous accolades. ABV 5% ~ 12 oz

Pabst Blue Ribbon – Brewed since 1844 and was originally known as “Best Select”. Captain Pabst took over the brewery, renamed it Pabst Brewing Company and began hand-tying blue silk ribbons around the necks of Best Select bottles. The brewery’s flagship beer was renamed Pabst Blue Ribbon following its win as “America’s Best” at the Chicago World’s Fair in 1893. ABV 4.74% ~ 16 oz

Lone Star – Beer makes the world go around, everybody knows that. Sometimes it can make you go around too, at least your head. Lone Star beer might not be a fancy, upper-echelon, yuppie beer, but it has its heritage and roots in Texas, and won the hearts of many Texans. Established in 1884 and is known as the “National Beer of Texas.” ABV 4.5% ~ 12 oz

Coors – it’s a name that conjures up an image of cool mountain streams, clear blue skies and all that is inspiring about the Rocky Mountain West. In 1873, determined to find quality water, Adolph Coors treks into Golden, Colorado. “The Golden Brewery” is born. ABV 5.0 ~ 12 oz

Dixie – Dixie lager is an American icon, brewed all-naturally since 1907. Dixie uses lightly roasted two-row barley malts and rice. The result is a crisp and flavorful beer with a mild Cascade hop finish. A century of New Orleans brewing tradition lives today in every bottle of Dixie. ABV 4.6% ~ 12 oz

Budweiser – “The King of Beers” has been brewed since the 1850s. Beachwood aging sets it apart from other American lagers. ABV 5.0% ~ 12 oz

Genesee Cream Ale – Where did your history with Cream Ale begin? For many, it was our Dads. Honestly, for some, it was without Dad when he left the fridge in the garage unguarded. Whether it was with Dad or without, time has shown that he was a pretty smart man. His choice of beer was a case in point. ABV 5.2% ~ 12 oz

Anchor Steam – San Francisco’s original Anchor Steam® Beer. The classic of American brewing tradition since 1896, Anchor Steam® Beer derives its unusual name from the 19th century when “steam” was a nickname for beer brewed on the West Coast of America under primitive conditions and without ice. ABV 4.9% ~ 12 oz



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