Grandview Beer Board

At Matt the Miller’s Tavern our philosophy on beer is simple. We believe beer should be brewed for the love of brewing, the sake of creativity and the art of the craft

We love our craft beer, but we’re not snobby about it. If you don’t recognize everything on our list, fear not: our friendly and knowledgeable staff will be happy to help guide you to a beer that fits your taste. We’re confident that our comprehensive beer list has something to please everyone.

 

On Tap Today

Angry Orchard Crisp Apple

5.0% abv | Ohio
This crisp and refreshing cider mixes the sweetness of the apples with a subtle dryness for a balanced cider taste.

Bell’s Two Hearted

7.0% abv | Michigan
Bell’s flagship beer brewed with 100% Centennial Hops and a remarkable malt balance

Blue Moon

5.4% abv | Colorado
Creamy and spiced perfectly with orange and coriander

Boulevard Smokestack Series: Tank 7

8.5% abv | Missouri
Beginning with a flavorful surge of fruity aromatics and hoppy, grapefruit notes (Amarillo hops), this complex, straw-colored ale finishes long, dry and spicy.

Chimay Tripel

8.0% abv | Belgium
Toffee, citrus, and herbs. Medium body with a lasting finish

Columbus Brewing Company Bodhi

8.0% abv | Ohio
Imperial IPA,  loaded with American hop character and is sure to awaken your senses.

Columbus Brewing Company Creeper

10.0% abv | Ohio
Triple IPA, A monster Imperial IPA brewed with all pale colored malt.

Dogfish Head Beer to Drink Music to 2017

6.8% abv | Delaware
'Tropical blonde ale' brewed with kiwi juice and hibiscus flowers.

Down East Cider

5.1% abv | Massachusetts
The Original Blend is made from freshly pressed Maine apples

Fat Heads Head Hunter

8.7% abv | Ohio
IPA, Uncivilized and aggressive this west coast styled IPA packs wicked hop flavors and aroma.

Four String Big Star White IPA

6.5% abv | Ohio
India Pale Ale, flavors of grapefruit rind, orange zest and some lemon notes, all over a thin bready backbone.

Guinness

4.2% abv | Ireland
The one and only; Rich & creamy with a hint of coffee and chocolate

Hi-Wire Lo-Pitch Juicy IPA

4.9% abv | North Carolina
This thirst quenching, easy drinking IPA packs a bright citrus hop punch.

Jackie O's Chomolungma

6.5% abv | Ohio

Baked muffins, dark fruit, bittersweet chocolate, rich honey and earthy subtle hops caress the palate of this Brown Ale.  Booze soaked chocolate raisins round out the warm finish.

Kentucky Bourbon Barrel Ale

8.2% abv | Kentucky
Subtle flavors of vanilla and oak with a distinctive nose of well-crafted bourbon

Lagunitas Aunt Sally

5.7% abv | California
A unique dry-hopped sweet tart sour mashed ale. Smooth and hoppy sour brew.

Left Hand Milk Stout

6.0% abv | Colorado

This award winning stout is dark and delicious and will change your perception about what a stout can be.

Mad Tree Rubus Cacao

7.0% abv | Ohio
Stout, Sweet chocolate, roasty bitterness and dark raspberry fruit combine in perfect harmony.

Miller Lite

4.0% abv | Wisconsin
American  Light Lager, crisp, clean and refreshing

North High Honey Wheat Lager

5.8% abv | Ohio
Light body, orange hues and a smooth finish from brewing with a special honey malt and orange blossom honey. 

Sam Adams Hopscape

5.5% abv | Massachusetts 
Brewed with West coast hops, nice citrus notes and a fresh clean finish 

Seventh Son Humulus Nimbus

6.0% abv | Ohio
Super Pale Ale, A pale golden ale that is both super crisp and super hop forward with a refreshing mouthfeel.

Smithwick’s

4.5% abv | Ireland
Refreshing & clean, with a gentle balance of hoppy bitterness and roasted malt sweetness

Southern Tier Raspberry Wheat

4.6% abv | New York
A golden wheat beer brewed with the finest North American malted barley and wheat. It’s then lightly hopped with the choicest European varieties. This smooth, crisp golden wheat beer is then finished with a hint of raspberry. 

Stella Artois

5.2% abv | Belgium
Smooth, light and crisp with a hint of sweetness and delicate dryness

Stone Ripper Pale Ale

5.7% abv | California
While some might think it lingers on an edge far closer to an IPA, with all the dry-hop flavor and aroma, it’s actually right in line with the current-day interpretation of a West Coast pale. 

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