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On Tap At Appalachian Vintner




The shop always has a unique and rotating list of draft beers and wines by the glass available to drink right in the store. We also offer the freshest lagers poured from traditional Czech side-pull faucets. $15 bottle service on all wine bottles. Stop by and raise a toast to craft! Please note: we are not offering samples or flights at this time. Half pours are available of most of our offerings 



Eric Bordelet Sidre Nouvelle Vague

Normandy, France · 6.5 %

Certified organic (practicing biodynamic) natural cider from one of France's greatest cider makers, Eric Bordelet! Bordelet is a sommelier turned Cider maker. After working in some of France’s top restaurants in the late 80’s early 90’s, Bordelet moved back to take over his family farm. This farm just happened to be about 50 acres of certified organic cider apple, perry orchards. Located in southern Normandy, the soil is a rich red color, a sedimentary soil made up of granite and a clay subsoil. This medium dry cider is from his younger trees and fermented in a fresher style, but still with his hallmark minerality and terroir.

10oz $7.00
5oz $4.00

Cantillon Kriek

Brussels, Belgium · 5.5 %

Blend of lambics and sour cherries - 200 g of cherries per litre of beer. Beer with a slightly acidic taste of red fruit complemented with subtle almond flavours. Kriek brings out its maximum “fruitiness” when drunk young. With age the lambic will take the upper hand, but this is at the expense of the fruit component. Our sour cherries, which are certified organic, come from Turkey. The fruit is blended with lambic that is on average 20 months old. Since sour cherries have a very pronounced taste it is necessary to select a lambic that has enough character so that it will be a good match for the fruit. After soaking for two to three months, the lambic has extracted the full colours, fragrances and flavours of the sour cherries. At that point it is blended with one-year-old lambic, which contributes the sugars necessary for secondary fermentation in the bottle. We only use fresh fruit and, as is the case for wine, Cantillon beers can be referred to in terms of vintages. Prevailing weather conditions have a major impact on the ripeness and quality of the fruit, and this is why the taste of the brewery’s fruit-based beers will differ slightly from one year to the next.

12oz $18.00
6oz $12.00

Fraugruber Ms. Gruber Pils

Gundelfingen an der Donau, Germany · 4.9 %

Hops Mittelfrüher, Tetnanger, Opal, and Hallertauer Select
light-bodied and highly attenuated lager, golden-colored bottom fermented bitter beer showing excellent head retention and a floral hop aroma.

16oz $8.50

Samuel Smith Pure Brewed Organic Lager

Tadcaster, UK

Bright straw-gold color; medium body. Pure barley malt flavor and herbal hops in perfect balance. Clean and crisp, with brilliant conditioning. Lightly kilned organic lager malt grown in the UK is the main ingredient, with a substantial addition of organic UK Vienna malt. Samuel Smith’s has begun to source organic hops in England; some of the organic hops used in the recipe come from New Zealand. Certified Organic by the USDA-accredited UK Soil Association. Possibly the cleanest lager we've ever tasted. Wow.

16oz $7.50

Other Half Lettuce DIPA

Washington, DC · 7.9 %

Imperial IPA with big doses of Citra and Galaxy plus some El Dorado and Enigma. Plenty of passionfruit, peach, lychee and a hit of candied red berries.

16oz $10.00
8oz $6.00

Trillium Melcher Street IPA

Canton, MA · 7.2 %

This popular edition in our “Street” series of India Pale Ales spotlights the remarkably complex Mosaic hop. Melcher Street is hazy, pale orange in appearance and emits aromatic qualities of grapefruit, mild-earthy pine, and mango on the nose. Dank flavors of pine and green hop, along with juicy notes of tropical fruit, melon, and peach, are accentuated with crisp malt character, mild bitterness, and a soft, effervescent mouthfeel.

16oz $9.00
8oz $5.00

Maine Beer Co. MO Pale Ale

Portland, ME · 6 %

Just after opening our brewery, working long nights, weekends, and still maintaining our day jobs, my brother Daniel (the brewer) had twins. Cheers to his courage and dedication to making better beer. flavor profile: Tangerine, apricot, and orange with notes of passionfruit, pine, and malt sweetness. 4.1 on Untappd w/ 87k reviews.

16oz $8.00
8oz $4.50

Foam Brewers Digital vs. Analog Hazy DIPA

Burlington, VT · 9 %

At 9% ABV, this behemoth of a Double IPA is dry-hopped solely with Nelson hops from New Zealand, creating a fusion of chewy mango, fruit punch, and dank resinous notes on the palate. The finish brings bright flavors of white grape that linger delightfully.

16oz $8.50
8oz $4.75

Abomination Rotting Earth (2024)

North Haven, CT · 9.3 %

DDH Double IPA w/ Nelson, Mosaic, Ariana, Pacific Jade, Motueka & Nectaron

16oz SPECIAL $7.50
8oz $5.25

Westbrook Mexican Cake 2019

Mt Pleasant, SC · 10.5 %

Imperial stout w/ cocoa nibs, vanilla beans, cinnamon, and habanero peppers.

12oz $9.00
6oz $5.00

Thirsty Dog Wulver Wee Heavy 2019

Akron, OH · 11.3 %

A Scotch Ale fermented and aged in BOURBON barrels. This dark brown brew has malty, bourbon, oaky and caramelly flavor that goes well with everything from salad to dessert

10oz $9.00
6oz $5.00

$15 bottle service on any full sized wine bottle over $25

Asheville NC

An entire wine store available BY THE GLASS?? Yes. Grab any full sized bottle of wine over $25 and enjoy it right here in our cozy shop for $15, plus the cost of the wine. Don't forget to tip your bartender :)

German Gilabert Cava Brut Nature Reserva

Santa Fe del Penedés, Spain

50% Macabeo, 30% Xarel-lo, 20% Parellada. The grapes used for German Gilabert come from the subzone Alt Penedes, where the highest elevation plots are located. Only native grapes are used, and the wine is bottled without added sugar, or Brut Nature Reserva. German Gilabert is a cuvee made especially for Vinos de Terruños By Familia Pastor Gilabert in collaboration with a vintner whom has deep roots and intimate knowledge of Cava production. Fresh, fine bubbles, citrus, mineral, medium bodied, elegant, concentrated, dry, and long. Very refreshing.

Sparkling $9.00

Teliani Valley Glekhuri Kisi Qvevri

Kakheti, Georgia

Teliani Valley Winery is currently one of the top producers of quality Georgian wine. Established in 1997 on the site of a 19th century winery in Teliani village, its first vintage was released in 2000. Teliani Valley has the longest tenure on the American market of any Georgian company. Their wines offer a great quality to price ratio and has received the highest Wine Spectator ratings of Georgian wines to date. Made from the traditional Kisi grape grown in the villages of Akhmeta district. Whole bunches are fermented in underground qvevri, lending the wine it’s amber colour, distinctive flavour and mildly tannic structure. Kisi is a native Georgian grape with sweet spice notes and great acidity, perfect for maintaining freshness. Fermentation in Qvevries adds great complexity and texture. Shows aromas of passion fruit, lychee and baking bread. Flavors of lemon, white cherry, and herbs sit among sturdy tannins that continue into the green-herb finish.

Orange $11.00

XXVI Talhas Branco do Tareco 2022

Vila Alva, Alentejo Portugal · 12 %

Grape Variety: Antão vaz, Perrum and Roupeiro

More than just a winery, XXVI Tahlas (Tahlas = clay amphora) represents an intergenerational effort not only to preserve centuries-old winemaking knowledge and techniques before they are forgotten, but to capture a level of refinement and elegance many thought impossible in traditional amphora winemaking. Talha wine in southern Portugal was all about one word- freshness. Grapes were picked early and fermented gently on the skins in large talhas that had been sealed with pês (a mixture of olive oil, pine resin, and beeswax), which was applied in a paper thin layer and glazed on with intense heat to neutralize the flavor (these wines are NOT retsina-y). The wines were then removed quickly, the Talhas traditionally tapped in November of the same vintage for the villagers to consume communally. The resulting wines were fresh, juicy, and in many cases, shockingly complex and ageworthy.

Orange $11.00

Jutta Ambrositsch Revision (Reisenberg) Gruner Veltliner

Vienna, Austria

Bright green herbs (marjoram), mineral cut, with just ripe nectarine and mango, pleasantly bitter pineapple core and a saline wash of the palate on the finish. As Ambrositsch has chosen to not be in the DAC, they cannot use the vineyard names on the label, but this wine comes from one of their prized vineyards, the Reisenberg. It was planted all to Gruner Veltliner in the 1960’s. Ambrositsch described the soil as creamy and stinky, mainly with slate and gneiss. The vines are planted quite spaced out and they only make a maximum of 1,000 bottles per year. The wine is structured and rich, a beautiful gruner from 50+ year-old vines. The Ambrositsch wines are all micro-cuvées and they are a delightful way to discover the historic Vienna terroir through the lens of a young and fun artist. While her winemaking style could be called “natural”, with no additions of yeasts, enzymes, or sugar, and only a minimum amount of sulfur, very few of the wines show any of the funky qualities of many wines that share the moniker.

White $15.00

Château des Annibals Rosé Suivez-moi-jeune-homme MAG

Provence, France

Served from a 1.5L MAGNUM bottle, everything tastes better from a MAG!! 35% Grenache, 50% Cinsault, 10% Syrah, and 5% Rolle. Chateau des Annibals is a certified organic female owned winery powered by 100% renewable solar-and-wine energy. Nathalie Coquelle’s commitment to sustainability includes regularly controlling the oxygen levels in the tanks in order to use as few sulfites as possible during productions. The estate is also one of the oldest in the Provence, having been built in 1792! A coppery salmon color that’s as striking in its depth as its exuberant nose of raspberry, lime, mint, and warm sand. Its organic viticulture and pedigree as the oldest winery in the appellation show on the unusually rich palate of strawberries and blueberries, with a crystalline minerality that lends freshness heading into the persistent, red-berried finish.

Rose $10.00

BloodRoot Sonoma County Pinot Noir 2021

Sonoma, CA

100% Pinot Noir from a blend of some of our favorite vineyards across Sonoma County. A California Pinot through and through, this well fruited wine is balanced by its grip and acidity. It’s hard to find a better Pinot for the money than this one.

Red $13.00

Stella Crinita Petit Verdot

Uco Valley, Mendoza

100% Petit Verdot! All fermentation is spontaneous, using nothing more than the native yeasts that are present in harvest. No additives or invasive procedures are used in vinification and no SO2 is added at any stage. The winery is all estate and they do not fine or filter any of the wines. The vineyard has been Demeter certified Biodynamic since 2012 and production remains extremely small. This hand harvested, single vineyard wine is 100% Petit Verdot from the Demeter certified biodynamic estate vineyard in the Vista Flores region of the Uco Valley. Notes of plums and blackberries soaked in vanilla beans and baking spices on the nose. A plush texture of ripe figs with macerated cherries and sandalwood mixed with lavender and nag champa dominate the palate . The wine finishes with some serious grip from both grape tannin and a little time in oak and concentrated leather like dark mixed berry fruit roll up.

Red $12.00