McNulty’s Bier Markt has been Ohio’s only Belgian bier bar since opening in 2005, serving over 100 Belgian and American craft beers along with over 30 rotating drafts. Nestled in the heart of the historic Ohio City Entertainment District with over two dozen bars and restaurants in the surrounding blocks, the Bier Markt has the taken the lead in changing the beer culture and bar experience in Cleveland.
84 pounds of fresh Oregon raspberries give this ale a unique and playful personality. The Rosy haze and sticky head embody a continuum of sour sweetness held together by a subtle wheat wheat backbone.
- STYLE:American Wheat
A style of beer curiously born on the foggy shores of Father Junipero Serra’s first founding mission. Our own vigorous entry is one rebellious IPA, quick on the trigger, and brimming with a bounty of hop ingenuity. This is a big, bold, brazen beer, a restless vision of a new America.
Featuring classic German hops, this pale ale is the style of choice for the citizens of Köln, Germany. With a thoroughly thirst-quenching character and spicy, dry finish this lighter-bodied ale is a perfect summer sipper.
A traditional German style dark lager brewed right here in Cleveland, this Märzen is just malty enough and balanced by soft spice characteristics.
Punkin’ Ale is a full-bodied, spiced brown ale brewed with baked pumpkins, cinnamon, nutmeg, and brown sugar. Dogfish Head Punkin’ Ale is named after the annual Punkin’ Chunkin Festival held near Lewes, Delaware the weekend after Halloween.
- STYLE:Pumpkin Ale
Uncivilized and aggressive this west coast styled IPA packs wicked hop flavors and aroma. Savage amounts of Simcoe, Columbus, and Cascade hops define this brews signature pine and citrus notes.
Nothing refreshes you more than this naturally cloudy wheat beer with its wonderful yeasty fragrance and taste. Goes well with dishes that do not have too intense a flavor, especially that Bavarian specialty ‘Weisswurst’ or white sausage.
Smooth full-bodied cider with an all spice pumpkin aroma and an orangey hue.
The name hints that it is a California style IPA, with an undeniable Belgian influence, indicated by the word “Belgique”. A carefully selected Belgian yeast strain illuminates a fascinating aspect of the beer that is otherwise quite simply Stone IPA, creating something completely new and different. Think of it as an otherwise identical twin to Stone IPA that was raised in Belgium.
Milk sugar in your stout is like cream in your coffee. Dark and delicious, America’s great milk stout will change your perception about what a stout can be.