DOMESTIC BEER OPTIONS
SELECT TWO FROM THIS CATEGORY
• BUD ICE
• BUD LIGHT
• BUD LIGHT LIME
• BUD LIGHT LIME LIME-A-RITA, BUD LIGHT LIME STRAW-BER-RITA, BUD LIGHT LIME CRAN-BRRR-RITA, BUD LIGHT LIME RAZ-BER-RITA, BUD LIGHT LIME MANG-O-RITA, BUD LIGHT APPLE-AHHH-RITA, BUD LIGHT LIME LEMON-ADE- RITA, BUD LIGHT LIME WATER-MELON-RITA, BUD LIGHT LIME LIME-A-RITA PICANTE, BUD LIGHT LIME-A-RITA SPLASH, BUD LIGHT LIME STRAW-BER-RITA SPLASH
• BUD LIGHT PLATINUM
• BUDWEISER BLACK CROWN
• COORS BANQUET
• COORS LIGHT
• MICHELOB, MICHELOB LIGHT, MICHELOB AMBER BOCK, MICHELOB ULTRA, MICHELOB ULTRA LIME
• MILLER GENUINE DRAFT
• MILLER HIGH LIFE
• MILLER LITE
• NATURAL LIGHT
• PABST BLUE RIBBON
• ROLLING ROCK
IMPORT/CRAFT/IPA BEER OPTIONS:
SELECT 2 FROM THIS CATEGORY
• BASS ALE
• BECK’S PILSNER, BECK’S LIGHT, BECK’S DARK, BECK’S SAPPHIRE
• BIRRA MORETII: Birra Moretti, La Rossa
• BITBURGER BRAUEREI TH. SIMON: Premium Pils
• CORONA: Extra, Light, Premiere, Refresca (Guava and Passionfruit Lime)
• DOS XX AMBER GEORGE’S KILLIAN’S GUINESS
• DOS XX LAGER
• ERDINGER WEISSBRAU: Weissbier Hefeweizen, Kristallklar, Pikantus Weizenbock, Dunkel Dark Hefeweizen
• FRANZISKANER WEISSE-NATURUB SPATEN PREMIUM LAGER
• HEINEKEN, HEINEKEN LIGHT
• HOFBRAU MUNCHEN: Original, Hefeweizen, Dunkel
• KIRIN ICHIBAN, KIRIN LIGHT
• KOKANEE GLACIER LAGER
• KROMBACHER: Pils, Weizen
• KONIG BRAUEREI: Pilsner
• KOSTRITZER SCHWARZBIERBRAUEREI: Black Lager
• LAND SHARK LAGER
• LEFFE BLONDE
• MODELO: Especial, Negra
• MONTEJO CERVEZA CLARA ESTRELLA JALISCO
• PAULANER: Hefe-Weizen, Oktoberfest Marzen
• PIVOVAR SAMSON: Pilsner, Dark Lager
• RED STRIPE
• SPATEN: Premium Lager, optimator doppelbock
• ST. PAULI GIRL
• STELLA ARTOIS, STELLA CIDRE
• TECATE, TECATE LIGHT
• UNIBROUE: Blanche De Chambly
• YANJING: Lager
• 10 BARREL BREWING: 10 Barrel Pub Beer
• 21ST AMENDMENT BREWERY: Blood Orange Brew Free! Or Die IPA, Brew Free! Or Die IPA, El Sully Mexican Style Lager
• ABITA BREWING: Amber Lager, Light, Purple Haze Raspberry Wheat, Restoration Pale Ale, Turbo Dog Brown Ale, Wrought Iron IPA
. ALASKAN BREWING CO: Amber, Icybay IPA, Kicker IPA, White Ale
• ALESMITH BREWING COMPANY: Nut Brown Ale, Spezial Pils, Sublime Mexican Lager
• ALPINE TRUCK TRAIL PALE ALE
• ANCHOR BREWING CO: Steam, Fog Breaker, California Lager, Go West IPA
• ANDERSON VALLEY BREWING CO: Boont Amber, Holy Gose, Hop Ottin’, Oatmeal Stout, Poleeko Gold Pale Ale
• ANGRY ORCHARD: Crisp Apple, Rose, Green Apple, Easy Apple
• AVERY BREWING CO: El Gose, Ellie’s Brown Ale, Go Play IPA, White Rascal Belgian White Ale
• BALLAST POINT BREWERY: California Kolsch, Fathom IPA, Bonito, Citrus Cove, Lager, Sculpin IPA
• BEAR REPUBLIC BREWING CO: Racer 5 IPA
• BELCHING BEAVER BREWERY: Hop Highway IPA, Peach Be With You
• BLUE MOON: Belgian white wheat
• BLUE POINT BREWING: Toaster Lager, Spring Fling Ale, Summer Ale, Winter Ale
• BOULEVARD BREWING CO: American Kolsch, Jam Band Berry Ale, Space Camper Cosmic IPA, Tropical Pale Ale
• CIGAR CITY BREWING: Florida Cracker Belgian-Style White Ale, Maduro Brown Ale
• CRAFT CLARITY: (HARD SPARKLING WATER) Ginger-Lime, Raspberry
• DESCHUTES: Black Butte Porter, Mirror Pond Pale Ale, Pacific Wonderland Lager, Obsidian Stout
• ELYSIAN BREWING COMPANY: The Immortal IPA
• FIRESTONE: 805 Blonde Ale, DBA (Double Barrel Ale), Easy Jack, Pivo Pilsner, Luponic Distortion, Union Jack
• FOUNDERS BREWERY: All Day IPA, Centennial IPA, Dirty Bastard Scotch Ale, Green Zebra, Porter, Rubaeus, Solid Gold
• FOUR CORNERS BREWERY: El Chingon, El Grito
• FREMONT BREWING: Interuban IPA
• GARAGE BREWING CO: Inline IPA, Golden Helles Lager, Hatch Chili IPA
• GOLDEN ROAD BREWING: 329 Lager, Hefeweizen, Point the Way IPA, Road Ride On, Wolf Pup
• GOOSE ISLAND BEER COMPANY: Festivity, Honkers Ale, 312 Urban Wheat, 312 Pale Ale, India Pale Ale,
Summertime Kolsch, Four Star Pils, Green Line Pale Ale
• GREAT DIVIDE: Candemonium, Claymore Scotch Ale, Colette Farmhouse Ale, HeyDay Modern IPA, Samurai Rice Ale, Titan
• GREENFLASH BREWING CO: Baja Bound, Blonde Ale, Passion Fruit Kicker, Soul Style
• HANGAR 24 ORANGE WHEAT
• HOP VALLEY: Citrus Mistress, Alphadelic
• HUMBOLDT BREWING CO: Brown Hemp Ale, Nectar IPA, Nectar Ale
• IRON FIST BREWING: Counter Strike, Nelson Blood Orange
• KONA BREWING COMPANY: Longboard Lager, Firerock Ale, Big Wave Golden Ale, Hanalei Island IPA, Kanaha Blonde Ale
• LAGUNITAS: IPA, 12th of Never, Pilsner, Sumpin Ale
• LAND SHARK LAGER
• LORD HOBO BREWING COMPANY: Angelica Ne Wheat
• LOST COAST BREWERY: Alley Cat Amber, Arrgh! Pale Ale, Downtown Brown, Eight Ball Stout, Lost Coast Great White, Indica IPIA, Sharkinator White IPA, Fogcutter Double IPA, Raspberry Brown, Tangerine Wheat
• MAGIC HAT BREWING CO: Magic Hat #9
• MIKE HESS BREWING: 4-59, Claritas Kolsch, Steel Beach
• MISSION BREWERY: Blonde, Amber Ale, El Conquistador Session IPA, Cortez Gold Belgian Blonde, Hefeweizen,
Hard Root Beer
• NEW BELGUIM: Citradelic IPA, Fat Tire, Fat Tire Belgian White, Glutiny Pale Ale, Mural, The Hemperor, Trippel, VooDoo Ranger Imperial IPA,
VooDoo Ranger IPA
• NORTH COAST BREWING CO: Blue Star Wheat, Red Seal Pale Ale, Old #38 Stout, Scrimshaw Pilsner
• OCULTO LAGER
• OSKAR BLUES BREWERY: Berrito Mexican Lager, Dale’s Pale Ale, G’Knight Imperial Red IPA, Mama’s Little Yella Pils, Old Chub Scotch Ale, Oskar Blues IPA, Pinner Throwback IPA
• PIZZA PORT BREWING CO: Chronic Ale Amber, Grandview Golden Ale, Ponto S.I.P.A
• PYRAMID BREWING CO: Hefeweizen
• REDBRIDGE LAGER
• REDHOOK ALE BREWERY: Ale ESB, Longhammer, Audible, Winterhook, KCCO Gold, Pumpkin Porter, Summerhook Ale
• SAINT ARCHER: IPA, Blonde, Hazy IPA, Hoppy Pilsner, Pale Ale, White Ale
• SAM ADAMS: Boston Lager, Rebel Family, Sam ’76
• SANTA MONICA BREW WORKS: 310, Wit, XPA
• SCHILITZ PREMIUM
• SEA DOG BREWERY: Blueberry Ale
• SHINER BOCK: Shiner Bock, Shiner Light Blonde
• SHIPYARD BREWING COMPANY: Monkey Fist IPA, Blue Fin Stout
• SHOCK TOP: Belgian white, raspberry wheat, lemon shandy, twisted pretzel, apple wheat
• SHMALTZ BREWING COMPANY: Genesis Ale Dry Hopped Session Ale, messiah Nut Brown Ale, Slingshot Lager
• SIERRA NEVADA: Pale Ale, Sidecar Orange (Pale Ale), Otra Vez (Gose w/ Prickly-Pear Cactus), Tropical Torpedo IPA, Torpedo IPA, Nooner Pilsner,
Kellerweiss Wheat Ale, Hop Bullet, Hop Hunter, Hazy Lil Thing, Stout
• SKA BREWING: Rue B. Soho Grapefruit Lager, True Blonde
• SMOG CITY BREWING CO: Little Bo Pils
• STAROPRAMEN BREWERY: Premium Beer
• STONE: Stone Delicious IPA, Stone Go To IPA, Stone IPA
• STRAND BREWING: House Amber Ale, 24th Street Pale Ale, Harvest Orange Wheat
• TEMPO BREWING: Goldstar Beer
• THORN BREWING CO: Barrio Mexican Lager, Rock the Pale
• TRUMER: Pilsner
• UNITA BREWING COMPANY: Wyld Extra Pale Ale, 801 Pilsner, Hoodoo Kolsch, Organic Baba Black Lager,
Trader Session IPA, Hop Nosh IPA, Pink’n Pumpkin Ale
• UNITED BREWERIES: Flying Horse Royal Lager, Taj Mahal Premium Lager
• VICTORY BREWING CO: Home grown American Lager, Prima Pils
• WIDMER BROTHERS BREWING: Hefeweizen, Alchemy Pale Ale, BRR, Omission Pale Ale, Omission Lager, Omission IPA, Upheaval IPA
• WILD BLUE: Blueberry Lager
WINE LIST - Select Three
Costal Vines Pinot Noir
This Pinot Noir is a medium-intensity, maroon-red wine with aromas of blackberry and toasted wood. On the palate, lively flavors of ripe cherries, plums, and strawberries come to a clean, balanced finish.
Salmon Creek Cellars Pinot Grigio
This wine provides a varied profile of flavors including peach, anise, and melon. The finish is clean with a refreshing crispness.
Salmon Creek Cellars Cabernet Sauvignon
Salmon Creek Cabernet Sauvignon provides an intriguing blend of flavors. Notes of black cherry, black olive, juniper, and anise are prevalent and are amplified by the fullness of body. The wine finishes nicely with subtle tannins and a hint of vanilla.
Salmon Creek Cellars Merlot
A variety of enticing flavors greet the palate. These include strawberry, plum, cranberry, and raspberry. As the wine lingers on the palate, the silky tannins supply a pleasing, long finish.
Salmon Creek Cellars Chardonnay
Lively fruit and a refreshing balance are the trademarks of Salmon Creek Chardonnay. Our winemaker capitalizes on the time-honored flavors of this grape and ensures that each bottle will have plenty of apple, fig and melon nuances. The finish is soft and crisp with a hint of vanilla.
Salmon Creek Cellars White Zinfandel
A light and lively wine, a combination of flavors and soft texture build our White Zinfandel’s reputation. Peach, strawberry, and apricot unfold on the palate, leaving a hint of sweetness and refreshing acidity. This marriage of flavors and balance suggests a wine that is comfortable with summer fare.
EVENT DATE:___________________________________ EVENT TIME:_______________
BRIDE & GROOM:__________________________________________________________
Estimated guest count: ______
Hosted bar opens after ceremony and ends 30 minutes prior to the end of event.
PLEASE LIST IN THE ORDER YOU FEEL WILL BE MOST POPULAR
If you prefer NO Domestic, you may select up 4 from the Import/Micro brew selections at an additional $2.50 per person.
Please write NONE on line 1) and NONE on line 2) in the Domestic choice lines.
IMPORT / MICRO BREW
Alternative if not available: __________________________
Alternative if not available: ___________________________
Add $2.50 per person. NO domestic selections or you may do 1 and 3.
Write NONE in lines 3 & 4 if you selected 2 Domestics.
WINE SELECTIONS: PLEASE LIST IN THE ORDER YOU FEEL WILL BE MOST POPULAR.
_________ NO Sparkling Wine Toast. WE will be doing toasts “Drink in Hand”
_________ Add Champagne flutes / client provides Champagne / AAIE corks and pours @ $1.50 pp
_________ Add Sparkling Wine toast with glass flutes. AAIE corks and pours @ $3.50 pp
_______ INCLUDED: Start service at end of ceremony. Close at 30 minutes prior to end of event.
_______ Start CASH BAR service as guests get off shuttle (no fee) and hosted after ceremony
_______ Start HOSTED BAR service as guests get off shuttle @ $5.00 per person
_______ WE are going to stay with the included Call Bar for our Liquor selections
Included in Package: Call Bar
Liquor Service: Tito’s & Kettle One Vodka, Gordon’s Gin, J&B Scotch, 7 Crown, Jack Daniels, Bacardi Rum, Malibu Rum, Captain Morgan Rum, Jose Cuervo Gold Tequila, Christian Brothers Brandy, Kahlua, Midori, Apple, Triple Sec, Amaretto, Peach Schnapps, Long Island Iced Tea
UPGRADED: GOLD BAR
________ WE are going to pay $5.00 per person and go with the upgraded Gold Bar
Liquor Service: Grey Goose & Ketel One Vodka, Tanqueray Gin, Chivas Regal Scotch, Crown Royal, Jack Daniels, Bacardi Rum, Malibu Rum, Captain Morgan Rum, Patron Silver, Hennessey Cognac, Jägermeister, Grand Marnier, Kahlua, Midori, Apple, Triple Sec, Amaretto, Peach Schnapps, Long Island Iced Tea
Open Bar Etiquette for Hosts and Guests
Everybody loves an open bar. But like many things in this world, an open bar is only as good as the people enjoying it; if someone abuses the privilege (either the guests or the host), things can so south very quickly. If you’re attending a wedding with an open bar, it’s important that you behave responsibly throughout the reception. However, open bar etiquette isn’t just about drinking too much. Here are a few rules you should always observe at a wedding (or any event) with an open bar.
Etiquette for the Guests
Don’t Cut the Line
Picture this: you’re cutting a rug on the dance floor with your date. You head to the bar to grab a few drinks…and your favorite song comes on. Sure, there are a few people in line, but you can sneak in and get back out there in just a second, right? Wrong. Waiting in line is never any fun, particularly when there’s dancing to do. But wherever there’s an open bar, there will a line forming around it—and if you want people to still like you by the end of the night, you’ll be standing in it waiting your turn.
You know that saying, “Don’t look a gift horse in the mouth?” Well, guests should treat the open bar just the same way. It doesn’t matter if the bartender doesn’t have your favorite brand of tequila or doesn’t have the mixers for your favorite cocktail. Your hosts have asked you to share in their special day and offered you free drinks—complaining would simply be poor manners. Besides, you’re at the wedding to celebrate a couple you love and not for the free booze (we hope). Instead of whining if the open bar doesn’t interest you, focus on dancing, dinner, and sharing in the other aspects of wedding fun!
Don’t Overdo It
We’re all familiar with that guy at the wedding. (The one who enjoyed the open bar just a little too much.) He gets uncomfortably close to others while dancing, he spends the cake cutting with his head in the toilet, and he definitely needs a friend to drive him home at the end of the night. Simply put: don’t be that guy. Not only is it obnoxious for the people around you, but you’ll probably end up paying for it the next morning. Pace yourself throughout the wedding, drink lots of water, eat something if you feel yourself getting too tipsy—and if you do imbibe too much, do not drive!
Etiquette for the Hosts
Of course, wedding guests are not the only ones with guidelines to follow. Hosting an open bar is a responsibility on its own, and a good host always plays by the rules. If you’re planning on an open bar for your big day, make sure you follow these rules for proper etiquette.
Mix It Up
When you’re planning the party, it’s easy to stock your open bar with all your favorite liquors. But if you don’t consider your guests’ preferences, you may end up with a lot of angry people! Instead, make sure you choose a wide variety of drink options for your wedding day. Ideally, your open bar should have three types of beer, three types of wine, and your standard spirits (think bourbon, gin, rum, scotch, tequila, whiskey, and vodka). The bar should also have mixers like juice, tonic water, club soda, sweet and sour, and sodas. This will provide your guests with the most variety.
Communicate with Guests
An open bar can take on many forms. Sometimes, hosts will only offer beer and wine for free and charge for cocktails or shots. Other times, the host shifts from an open bar to a cash bar after an hour or two. At your wedding, you have the right to offer any type of open bar you like—but your guests need to know. For example, if your guests were expecting a full open bar, and they’re instead faced with only beer and wine, you may have a few disgruntled people. Similarly, if your guests discover the open bar will be ending in an hour, they may try to drink too much in a short time (always a recipe for disaster). Make sure your guests are clear about the parameters for your open bar.
Tip Your Bartender
Many bartenders put out a tip jar at weddings, so each guest can show his or her appreciation with a dollar or two. However, there’s always a chance that guests will not tip. Maybe they didn’t bring cash to the wedding, or maybe they simply don’t feel it’s necessary. Whether your guests tip the bartender or not, it is your responsibility as host to tip them for their time. Most event planners agree that $100 per bartender at the wedding is an appropriate tip amount, so remember to have some cash on hand (and factor the cost into your budget).
At the end of the day, all open bar etiquette can be summarized in one rule: be polite. Guests should respect the people around them and the friends who invited them. Hosts should make thoughtful choices for their guests and respect the bartenders working for them. If everyone follows these guidelines, an open bar can be a great part of your wedding!