Uinta Brewing Co. Labyranth (Imperial Stout) 13.2% Weyerbacher Brewing Co. Last Chance IPA (American IPA) 5.9% Stone Brewing Co. Vertical Epic Ale 12-12-12 (Belgian Style Strong Dark Ale) 9% Berkshire Brewing Co. Coffeehouse Porter (American Porter) 6.2% Long Trail Brewing Co. Brown Bag #1 (American IPA) 6.4% Newport Storm India Point Ale (American IPA) 6.5% Brouwerij Huyghe Delirium Tremens (Belgian Strong Pale Ale) 8.5% Aecht Shlenkerla Marzen (Rauchbier) 5.4% Van Steenburge Gulden Draak (Dark Triple) Belgian Strong Dark Ale 10.5% Firestone Walker Union Jack (American IPA) 7.5% Lagunitas Brewing Co. Lagunitas Sucks (Imperial IPA) 7.85% Southertier Brewing Co. 2XMAS (Herbed/Spiced Ale) 8% Sierra Nevada Brewing Co. Ruthless Rye IPA (American IPA) 6.9% Rodenbach N.V. Classic (Red) (Flanders Red Ale) 5.2% Brouwerij Palm N.V. Palm Speciale (Belgian Pale Ale) 5.4% Bieres de Chimay S.A. Chimay Tripel (White) (Tripel) 8% Sierra Nevada Northern Hemisphere Harvest Wet Hop Ale (American IPA) 6.7% Mayflower Brewing Co. India Pale Ale (IPA) 7% Victory Brewing Co. Hop Devil Ale (American IPA) 6.4% 19 taps in total, with 9 IPA’s and 6 Belgians. Let me preface what I am about to say with this: The bar that had this tap list was and still is my favorite bar in Rhode Island. They care greatly about their beers and their customers. The prices are awesome and the staff are very friendly. With all of that said, this tap list was greatly disappointing to me. How many IPAs do beer geeks need? 9 out of 19, really? How I wish there were a Victory Prima Pils, Brooklyn Lager or a Sam Noble Pils on tap, but no. In fact, there was only 1 lager to begin with and it’s not exactly a subtly flavored one! (I do love the Aecht Shlenkerla Marzen though, it’s wonderful, but I can’t drink more than one). Anyway, I was really bummed about this selection. I figured that the owners of the bar, since it is so well respected, must know what they’re doing. This must be what their customers want, right? So I figured I would put the question to you all. Is this the kind of tap list I need to get used to? PS: For the record, the bottle selection was dominated by a whole lot of belgians. PPS: Major first world/white people problem, I know. Thoughts?