From the Bar
Ales, Beer and Cider
Green Dragon Bitter
Brewed here at the inn, our bitter is considered
to be among the best in the city of Greyhawk.
Some call it rough and unfinished while others call it
an amber blessing. This is good and strong ale!
Druid's Walk Ale
A smooth ale with an unexpected kick for the more
sophisticated and demanding ale drinker.
The Processional Malt
Considered by many to be the official drink of Greyhawk,
this pleasant brew has a wonderful nutty aftertaste.
A potent apple cider pressed and fermented by
the Halflings of Elmshire to the north.
House White - available by the glass
An off-dry syrah from our local Ery Vinyards
House Red - available by the glass
A full bodied cabernet from our local Ery Vinyards
Celadon Cellars' Riesling
This sweet wine comes from the wet southern
portion of Nyrond and is bursting with fruit!
Hokar Valley Palomino
Proof that wine can be made even in the hot dry climes
to the far south, this unusual white is very dry and
light with an intriguing hint of pine that comes from
aging in pine barrels rather than the traditional oak.
Raven's Leap Semillon/Sauvignon Blanc
This wine from Celene combines the Semillon's fruity
flavor with the acidity and full body of the Sauvignon
to provide a well balanced dry white.
The far eastern reaches of the Cairn Hills are ideal for
growing chardonnay grapes, and this delightful wine
is proof of that with a full body, hints of citrus and
melon, and a long yeasty finish.
Teesar Torrent Sauvignon Blanc
Nestled in the Blemu Hills of the far away North Province
is one of the best vinyards on Oerth where members of the Nebbiolo
family have been vintners for time out of memory. This wine
is crisp, grassy, with a flavor and pungency that appears to
be the very essence of ripe gooseberries.
Teesar Torrent Viognier
Take a walk on the wild side, with an exotic and rare white wine
from the Nebbiolo family vinyards. Boasting an exquisite
bouquet, this wine continues to deliver bold fresh
flavors sip after sip, with a smooth dry finish that
leaves your mouth and nose begging for more.
Good Bluff Grenache
Don't let the name fool you, this red from the Good Hills
of Keoland is direct and just a little plump!
Sangiovese of the Pomarj
This is one of the most popular wines in the
Pomarj region, and is difficult to find
elsewhere. This wine has hints of cherry, tobacco
and herbs with lots of leg!
Urnst Pinot Noir
A rich fruity red with lots of character and hints
of pepper. This "big red" is from the eastern reaches of
the Cairn Hills, where wine-making is a strong tradition.
Raven's Leap Zinfandel
This complex red is crisp and has a strong backbone. The
subtle flavors of mild fruit combine with the cigarbox
aroma to make for a refreshing experience.
From the Iron Hills of Onnwal comes a full bodied,
easy to drink red with dark berry flavors and a
bite of pepper.
Teesar Torrent Cabernet Sauvignon
A masterpiece from the North Province, where the
Nebbiolo work their magic with grapes. This perfectly
balanced full bodied red has a graceful bouquet, lush
flavors of black-current with a dab of chocolate and
a lingering aftertaste.
Apertifs and Dessert Wines
Hookhill Orange Muscat
A forward little wine with citrus overtones from the highlands of Gran March.
Sweet and enticing!
vintages 574, 567 and 528
We have a selection of vintages from the main producer of fine
sherry on Oerth. The Gull Cliffs of the Great Kingdom are synonymous
with sherry, and the Malvasia clan of Cliffside have been
the undisputed masters of their craft for centuries.
Aerdy Port (10 years)
A fine vintage port from the Pontylver region of the See of Medegia
with plenty of body and a full nose.
Mentrey Port (32 years)
A splendid vintage port with intense flavors and aromas! Few will
dispute that of all the Ports from the See of Medegia, the
best are produced at Mentrey.
Mentrey Port (88 years)
Yes, we mean that Mentrey Port! You must travel to the
Spindrift Isles to find another source for this port of ports -
considered by many to be the best vintage port of all times.
Densac Madeira (56 years)
Although the creation of the first Madeira wine was by accident
centuries ago by the wayward (and some say drunk) Captain Angard,
the tradition of taking the casks out to the Densac Gulf to
age is still maintained in Monmurg.
Solnar Madeira (95 years)
Like all of the great Madeiras, this vintage was produced on
Fairwind Isle, and then aged on many sea voyages to the
Oljatt Madeira (134 years)
Liquid gold. Produced on Fairwind Isle and aged during trips
through the Oljatt Sea, this magnificent Madeira has
aged acceptionaly well, and offers the senses the full range
of complexity possible for any single wine.
As Toff Almec, the late Prelate of Almor was fond of saying,
there is no sense in mediocre champagne. We could not agree more,
which is why we only serve champagne from the eastern shores
of the Relmor Bay, where climate and experience yield the
very best champagne. The best of the best comes from the
town of Chathold, which is what we offer you with Mára