With over 120 types of beer, a red and white wine selection second to none, specialty drinks perfect for any summer cocktail party and a tequila selection that would make you proud, Chuck’s drink menu takes guests back to forgotten classics as well as new endeavors.
Hand Shaken Daiquri
Flor De Cana Dry Rum, lime and sweetness to balance
Dark N’ Stormy
Bacardi 8yr, Barritt’s Ginger Beer lime and Captain Black float
Grahams Tea Vodka, Peach Liqueur, lemon and sweetness to balance
Old “Old” Fashioned
Old Forester Bourbon, Demerara sugar, bitters and citrus oils
George Dickel no.12, Apricot Liqueur, mango and lemon
It’s Almost Good for You
Hendrick’s Gin, Blueberry, lemon, mint and soda water
Stretched Clover Club
Few American Gin, Raspberry syrup, lemon, mint and soda
Ketel One, Ginger syrup, strawberries, lemon and soda water
Sailor Jerry Spiced Rum, Orange, passion fruit, pineapple, pomegranate and lime with a Float of Black Rum
El Jimador Blanco Tequila, Cointreau, lime and agave
Crystal clear, pure ultra-premium tequila. this soft and light tequila is characterized by a fresh, smooth taste, without the flavor of oak.
Don Julio Blanco
100% blue weber agave , double distilled, and pure with fresh agave aromas. each agave-is hand selected at maturity and only the heart of the distillation is used, as it is the purest part, free from most impurities.
Aged in oak barrels for an average of six months, Patron Reposado is blended to combine the fresh clean taste of Patron Silver with a hint of the oak flavor found in Patron Añejo.
Espolón Reposado Tequila
Handcrafted with 100% pure blue agave, Espolón premium tequila celebrates real Mexico and its storied culture through classic 19th century artistry.
Don Julio Reposado
Don Julio Reposado is 100% blue weber agave, double distilled, and rested in charred oak bourbon barrels for up to 11 months. each agave is hand selected at maturity and only the heart of the distillation is used, as it is the purest part, free from most impurities.
Patron Anejo is a delicate blend of uniquely aged tequilas, all aged in small white oak barrels for a minimum of 12 months. similar to wine making, each vintage of patron Anejo is carefully blended to produce a smooth and distinctive-tasting tequila
Don Julio Anejo
Don Julio Anejo Tequila is 100% blue weber agave, double distilled, and rested in charred American oak bourbon barrels for 18 months. Each agave is hand selected at maturity and only the heart of the distillation is used.
Don Julio 1942
Don Julio 1942 is an exquisite tequila anejo created to celebrate the 60th anniversary of the opening of don julio's first distillery. rested in oak barrels for over 2.5 years. Pure golden color, full nose of vanilla, apple and oak. silky profile with a sweet vanilla finish.
Monte Alban is a pale straw hue. pungent spice, wood, and mineral aromas. a rounded, supple attack leads to a smooth, medium-bodied, exotically peppery finish. shows very little burn. Drying, persistent finish. great complexity, with an earthy array of flavors.
Del Maguey Vida Mezcal
Del Maguey Mezcal is the latest product in the Del Maguey, Single Village Mezcal collection, and is produced in the lush, remote mountains of Oaxaca, Mexico.
Ilegal Mezcal Joven
Ilegal Mezcal Joven is a very light smoke emerges, disappears and emerges again from behind anise, white pepper and green apple. consistently smooth with a lingering heat.
Seven Falls Chardonnay, Washington State
Tropical notes & flavors of peaches and pears.
Sycamore Lane - Lodi, CA
Fresh apple, pear & peach aromas & buttery tones from wood aging make an ideal match for any seafood or poultry dish, veal or pork chops, cream sauce pastas & both mild & hearty cheeses.
Toasted Head - Dunnigan Hills, CA
Golden-straw-colored Chardonnay has distinctive oak flavors & fruit reminiscent of white peach & Asian pear that pairs wonderfully with poultry, seafood in lemon butter sauce, or rich creamy pastas.
Casa Lapostolle - Rapel Valley, Chile
A deliciously smoky white wine with a light herbal quality that is well-rounded. Hints of lime, mint, figs & kiwi fruit that make it perfect for fresh vegetable salads, seafood & light appetizers
Kim Crawford - Marlborough, New Zealand
Bouquet of citrus & tropical fruits backed by characteristic herbaceous notes, pairs well with grilled fish, mussels, oysters & shrimp.
Chateau Ste. Michelle Harvest - Columbia Valley, WA
The fresh fruit & decadent character is balanced with crisp acidity to keep the wine in harmony. Rich flavors of ripe peaches & apricot pair wonderfully with Thai food, spicy soups & light seafood.
Mezzacorona - Adige Valley, Italy
Straw yellow in color, aromas of white peach, tangerine & almond showing medium structure, versatile for pairings with grilled chicken, seafood & vegetables as well as a variety of cheeses.
Santa Margherita - Trentino-Alto Adige, Italy
Clean, intense aroma & bone-dry taste with an appealing flavor of Golden Delicious apples that is ideal with white meats, boiled or grilled fish, seafood salads, pasta & rice dishes.
Sycamore Lane - Napa Valley, CA
Sweet aromas of pears, melon, & tropical fruits, versatile in pairing with Mediterranean, spicy Asian & Latin dishes, casual salads, sea foods, & cheese
Cavit - Po River, Pavia, Italy
Refreshing, lively & superbly balanced, with a vibrant frizzante quality & wonderful sweetness that can be paired with flavorful appetizers, cheeses, spicy dishes, fruit & chocolat
Sycamore Lane - Napa Valley, CA
Attractive aromas of strawberries & watermelon; with light fruity flavors & versatility to pair with seafood, poultry dishes, spicy Mexican & BBQ fare.
Dreaming Tree Everyday - North Coast, CA
(42% Gewürtztraminer,33% Riesling, 14% Albariño, 11% Viognier) Fresh floral & ripe honeysuckle notes that give way to zesty fruit flavor pairs well with shellfish & spicy fare, fresh crab & lobster & Mexican salsas with jalapeño peppers.
Noble Vines 337 - Lodi, CA
The most coveted Cabernet Sauvignon vine stock in Bordeaux, France. Flavor & aromas of mocha & dark cherry are accented by pairing with savory pasta, pot roast, thick steaks & creamy cheeses.
Sycamore Lane – Lodi, CA
Aromas of fresh red cherries & sweet oak, medium-bodied with flavor enhanced by moderate tannins which lend to perfect pairing with roast chicken, steaks, roasts, lamb, game & mildly seasoned pastas.
Casa Lapostolle - Rapel Valley, Chile
Deep ruby red color with hints of purple & flavors of ripe red fruit & spices. It’s round texture, with fresh & juicy tannins make it an ideal companion for red meat, pasta with spiced sauces & strong flavored vegetables.
Sycamore Lane – Lodi, CA
Fresh, cherry-like varietal aromas, with hints of tobacco & herbal spice. Medium-bodied with flavors of cherries & plums that is an excellent accompaniment to chicken, beef, lamb, game, & tomato- based pastas.
Estancia - Paso Robles, CA
A dry, medium-bodied, soft & silky red wine with flavors of black cherry, plums & hints of vanilla that pairs wonderfully with smoked salmon, asparagus, pork, poultry & steak.
Mezzacorona - Adige Valley, Italy
Garnet red in color, aromas of rose, wet earth & tobacco after refinement in wood which lends balance that pairs well with soft cheese, pork & chicken dishes.
Mark West – Sonoma, CA
A blend of 57% Central Coast, 14% Mendocino, 12%, Sonoma, 2% Napa & 14% other appellations with flavors of pomegranates, plums & cherries that is perfect for duck, rib roast, hamburgers, salmon & trout.
Sledgehammer - North Coast, CA
Blended with a small amount of Petite Sirah which adds depth: intensely ripe with aromas & flavors of dark, ripe fruit that pairs beautifully with foods such as grilled portobella mushrooms, bleu cheese & wild rice.
Trapiche - Mendoza, Argentina
Rich, red-colored wine with violet hues & flavors of plums, cherries & a touch of truffle & vanilla that is ideal for grilled meat, pasta, mild to spicy cuisine & semi-hard cheeses such as Gouda, Edam or Gruyere.
Penfold Shiraz/Cabernet – Multiple Vineyards, South Australia
The flavor & aroma are of mixed red berries (raspberry & strawberry), with deeper plum & red-fruits.Texturally there is a rolling persistence with a chocolate-like finish that pairs well with tomato based dishes
Dreaming Tree, Crush - North Coast, CA
(55% Merlot, 17% Zinfandel,13% Petite Sirah, 8% Syrah, 7% Other) A blend of the North Coast’s finest varieties giving off floral berry notes & raspberry jam-like flavor that is perfect with smoked BBQ, Spanish orange & onion salad or with Vietnamese-style grilled ribs & rice.
Menage a Trois – Napa Valley, CA
Zinfandel adds a juicy character, Merlot mellows & Cabernet adds backbone blended post- fermentation creating a forward, spicy & softly drinkable blend that pairs perfectly with grilled or smoked meats & chicken.
American Brown Ale
Spawned from the English Brown Ale, the American version can simply use American ingredients. The bitterness and hop flavor has a wide range and the alcohol is not limited.
This style of beer is more focused on malts than hops. Colors will range from amber to deep red. Hops are used, but they are more balanced and subdued. Many have a mild fruity character.
American Adjunct Lager
Any beer made by bottom-fermentation. This is a family of beers that share a pale color and lager heritage, but that differ in their hop malt balance and in the personalities of aroma hops used by each Brew Master.
American Barley Wine
Best described as “sipping” beers. These concoctions are best enjoyed in smaller quantities because of their strength in alcohol. Many are cellared for years as they will develop different tastes over the years or decades.
American Double IPA
Take an India Pale Ale and feed it steroids, ergo the term Double IPA. Although open to the same interpretation as its sister styles, you should expect something robust, malty, alcoholic and with a hop profile that might rip your tongue out.
The American IPA is a different soul from the reincarnated IPA style. Color can range from very pale golden to reddish amber. Hops are typically American with a big herbal and / or citric character, bitterness is high as well
American Pale Ale
Of British origin, this style is now popular worldwide. Generally, expect a good balance of malt and hops. Fruity esters and diacetyl can vary from none to moderate, and bitterness can range from lightly floral to pungent.
American Pale Lager
This category of beer refers to lagers brewed without rice or corn.Though often still yellow and fizzy, these beers will display a broader depth of malt flavor and a more complex bitterness.
Whether it is highly hopping the brew, using smoked malts, or adding coffee or chocolate to complement the burnt flavor associated with this style. Some are even barrel aged in Bourbon or whiskey barrels.
American Strong Ale
Characteristics will greatly vary; some have similarities to Barley-wines and Old Ales. Barrel aging is certainly not out of the question.
An Americanized version of a Hefe Weizen, these beers range within the pale to golden color. There may be some fruitiness from ale fermentation.
A rich malty beer with some spicy / phenolic and mild alcoholic characteristics. It may show traits of a steely caramel flavor from the use of crystal malt or dark candy sugar.
Inspired by the American India Pale Ale (IPA),more and more Belgian brewers are brewing hoppy pale colored ales. A pronounced dry edge (very Belgian), often akin to an IPA crossed with a Belgian Tripel.
Belgium Pale Ale
They differ from other regional Pale Ale varieties, by traditionally being less bitter, using aged hops for a delicate hop finish, and boasting sweetish to toasty malt overtones.
Belgium Strong Dark Ale
Has an all around character, look for lots of complexity within a delicate palate. Hop and malt character can vary, most are fruity and may have mild dark malt flavors.
Belgium Strong Pale Ale
Expect a complex and powerful ale, yet delicate with rounded flavors and big, billowy, rocky, white head. Most are fruity and quite hoppy, but hop flavor and aroma will generally be within the low range and artfully balanced.
The name Tripel actually stems from part of the brewing process, in which brewers use up to three times the amount of malt than a standard Trappist. Aroma and flavor runs along complex, spicy phenolic, powdery yeast, fruity with a sweet finish.
Inspired by the Trappist brewers of Belgium, a Quadruple is a Belgian style ale of great strength with bold flavor. Full bodied with a rich malty palate.
Pale straw to deep gold for color. Usually an all malt brew, well attenuated with a lightly malty palate. Most have a subdued fruitiness.
A more of a robust malt character with a dark amber to brown hue, bottom fermenting lager that generally takes extra months of lagering (cold storage) to smooth out such a strong brew.
Cider and Fruit
Malt flavor is typically hidden with a low hop bitterness to allow the fruit or vegetable to dominate.
Dry Irish Stout tend to have light-ish bodies to keep them on the highly drinkable side. Bitterness comes from both roasted barley and a generous dose of hops.
English Brown Ale
Brown Ales tend to be maltier and sweeter on the palate, with a fuller body. Some versions will lean towards fruity esters, while others tend to be drier with nutty characters.
English Pale Ale
A mix of fruity, hoppy, earthy, buttery and malty aromas and flavors can be found. Typically all ingredients are English. This ale can be from golden to reddish amber in color with generally a good head retention.
Extra Strong Bitters
ESBs are essentially more aggressive and more balanced bitters, both in alcohol and hop character, but nothing overpowering.Malts tend to be more pronounced, often toasty and fruity.The key to an ESB is balance.
Schwarzbier, is simply German for black beer. It doesn’t mean that it’s necessarily heavy or light in body, although they tend to lean towards light. Very refreshing and soul lifting beers, they also make a great alternative for the Winter.
A style that is broad and diverse and which captures any beer (except for Fruit Lambics) with fruit added in the recipe or base style.
The Maibock style of beer tends to be lighter in color than other Bock beers and often has a significant hop character with a noticeable alcohol.
Classic German Pilsners are very light straw to golden in color. Head should be dense and rich. They are also well-hopped and distribute a flash of citrus-like zest.
A south German style of wheat beer (weissbier). A yeast that produces a unique phenolic flavors of banana and cloves with an often dry and tart edge, some spiciness. Little hop bitterness, and a moderate level of alcohol.
Herbed - Spiced
This style takes on a beer that is specially herbed and or spiced. Some brewers will throw anything into the brew kettle; hot peppers, hemp, ginseng or spruce needles.
Lambic and Fruit
In the case of Fruit Lambics, whole fruits are traditionally added after spontaneous fermentation has started. Once the fruit is added, the beer is subjected to additional maturation before bottling.
The Light Lager is generally a lighter version of a breweries premium lager, lower in calories and carbohydrates compared to other beers. Very low in malt flavor with a light and dry body.
Milk/Sweet Stouts are basically stouts that have a larger amount of residual dextrins and unfermented sugars that give the brew more body and a sweetness that counters the roasted character.
A variety of malt drinks.
Munich Dunkel Lager
Munich Dunkels are smooth, rich and complex, but without being heady or heavy. They boast brilliant ruby hues from the large amounts of Munich malts used, and these malts also lend a fuller-bodied beer.
Russian Imperial Stout
This is the king of stouts, boasting high alcohol by volumes and plenty of malt character. Low to moderate levels of carbonation with huge roasted, chocolate and burnt malt flavours. Often dry.
Beers that fall into this category contain a notable amount of rye grain in the grist bill. Bitterness tends to be moderate, to allow the often spicy and sour-like rye characteristics to pull through.
This is a very complex style; many are very fruity in the aroma and flavor. Look for earthy yeast tones, mild to moderate tartness. Lots of spice and with a medium bitterness.
Scotch Ale - Wee Heavy
Scotch Ales traditionally go through a long boil in the kettle for a caramelization of the wort. This produces a deep copper to brown in colored brew. They are sweeter and fuller-bodied, with a caramel and roasted malt flavor.
Scottish Ales traditionally go through a long boil in the kettle for a caramelization of the wort. This produces a deep copper to brown in colored brew and a higher level of unfermentable sugars which create a rich mouthfeel and malty flavors.
Any beer made with a speciality grain, most typically rye, but also common are rice, sorghum, millet, corn, buckwheat, oats and spelt.
Named after the city in which it originated, a traditional Vienna lager is brewed using a three step decoction boiling process. Munich, Pilsner, Vienna toasted and dextrin malts are used, and wheat in some cases.
A more powerful Dunkel Weizen (of “bock strength”), with a pronounced estery alcohol character, some spiciness & bolder, more complex malt characters of dark fruits.
A Belgium Style ale that's very pale and cloudy in appearance due to it being unfiltered and the high level of wheat, that's used in the mash. Always spiced, generally with coriander, orange peel and other oddball spices.