We offer traditional movie snacks, freshly popped NON GMO popcorn popped in healthier canola oil and available with real butter. Pepsi-Cola fountain drinks, a selection of New Age beverages along with a delicious selection of candy and healthier choice items like Fruit Snacks, nuts, breakfast bars and cookies. Our snack bar also serves a variety of Ice Cream products.
Craft Brews and Fine Wines
The Liberty now serves local craft and imported brews and wines for our guests 21 years of age and over. No restrictions on seating.
LIBERTY THEATRE FOOD & BEVERAGE MENU
8.4% sales tax will be added to all menu prices at time of purchase. Items and prices subject to change without notice.
ALL NATURAL POPCORN
Jumbo $6 / Large $5 / Medium $4/ Small $3
Add Real Butter – Jumbo .75 / Large .60 / Medium .45 / Small .30
COLD BEVERAGES (Non-Alcoholic)
FOUNTAIN SODAS – PEPSI PRODUCTS
Large $3.95 / Medium $3.50 / Small 2.50
AQUAFINA WATER and JUICE BOXES $1.50
SPARKLING ICE & IZZE Assorted Flavors $2.25
TALKING RAIN SPARKLING WATER $2.25
BOYLANS BOTTLED SODAS Assorted Flavors $2.50
RUNA ICED TEA Assorted Flavors $3.50
ROCKSTAR Original $3.50
KOMBUCHA – Organic and Raw Gingerade $5.50
NU-FRUIT SMOOTHIES Assorted Flavors $3.25
COFFEE Regular or Decaf $1.95
TAZO TEA Assorted Blends $1.95
HOT COCOA, MOCHA, APPLE CIDER $2.50
POPCORN & DRINK COMBOS
JUMBO COMBO, Jumbo popcorn with two large fountain beverages $12.93
LARGE COMBO, Large popcorn with two medium fountain beverages $10.84
SMALL COMBO, Tray with popcorn, small fountain beverage and snack candy $5.20
TWISTED PRETZEL & SAUSAGE ROLL – Cheddar or Cheddar and Jalapeno $4.00
SMOKED BRATWURST in a soft roll $4.00
PRETZEL MELT – Turkey Bacon or Chicken & Provolone $4.50
PRETZELHAUS PRETZEL Sweet Cinnamon or Lightly Salted $2.50 | Cheddar Cheese .30
CINNABON GOOEY BITES $3.00
BEER ON TAP
MILL CITY BREW WERKS – Camas
Pint $4.95 | 24 oz. $7.25
Alpha Ale IPA - Hopped with Simcoe hops topping the IBU chart. 7.1% abv
Idaho 7 ISA (India Session Ale) - India Session Ale made with Idaho 7 hops. Pineapple/melon front end with a grapefruit finish. 5.2% ABV.
Zech Bavarian Hefeweizen - A naturally cloudy beer is one of the brewery’s bestselling products. Specifically cultivated, top-fermented yeast gives it its unmistakable character: sparkling mild and fruity with a delicate yeast flavor. The eye is immediately drawn to its gleaming yellow/orange color, its uniform cloudiness and the large head. The unfiltered brewing method allows it to retain its natural authenticity along with the many vitamins, minerals and trace elements. A heavy banana aroma with hints of cloves on the finish.11 IBU, 5.5% ABV
BOTTLE AND CAN CRAFT BREWS (Small Format, 12 & 16 oz)
AMBER: COPPLERLINE Backwoods Brewing Co., Carson, WA. 12 oz can $4.
This amber ale is malt forward, with a balanced finish that’s not too sweet. Subtle notes of orange and spices make this a very refreshing and approachable beer that is good any time of year. IBU 20. ABV 5.5%
CITRUS IPA: “Hop Cooler” by Ninkasi, Eugene, OR $4.95
Bright and tropical, this India Pale Ale brilliantly layers a citrusy blend of orange and tangerine with a robust hop profile. Crafted with real citrus and packed with as much flavor as a hop cooler, you won’t be able to stop at just one sip of this fresh and fruity beer. IBU 74, ABV 7.2%
IPA: COUNTRY BOY Everybody’s Brewing Co. White Salmon, WA 12 oz can $4.
Dry, clean, crisp, with great citrus character. This beer is made for the hop lover. Columbus, Chinook and Cascade hops provide the wonderful aroma and flavor.! IBU 80, ABV 6.2%
IPA: ROUGHIN' IT RYE Backwoods Brewing Co. Carson, WA 12 oz can $4.
Made with an abundance or rye malt, this IPA gives off light pine and citrus notes, and is complimented with an earthy dry spice. This is the perfect companion for the roughest of situations! IBU 60, ABV 6.5%
LAGER: Premium NW Beer. Seattle, WA. 16 oz can Special! $3
Crafted with the Pacific Northwest in mind and with every beer or gear purchase, a portion of the proceeds will go towards one of our rotating outdoor non-profits.
WINTER ALE: “SLIEGH’R” by Ninkasi, Eugene, OR, 12 oz. $4.95
Layers of deeply toasted malt are balanced by just enough hop bitterness to make it deceivingly drinkable. Paired with a dry finish, Sleigh’r is anything but your typical winter brew. IBU 60, ABV 7.2%
BOMBER BOTTLES 22 ounces
DARK LAGER: LACEY – Top Rung Brewing, Lacey, WA IBU 27, ABV 5.8% $8.95
IPA: SHADOW NINJA – Loowit Brewing, Vancouver WA IBU 75, ABV 7.2% $8.95
PILSNER: TOASTED DRAGON – Orlison Brewing Company, Airway Heights, WA 29 IBU, ABV 5% $8.95
PORTER: COLD PRESS COFFEE – Everybody’s Brewing White Salmon, WA IBU 45, 5.4.% ABV $9.95
PORTER: PECAN PIE – Backwoods Brewing Co., Carson, WA. IBU 20, 5.9.% ABV $9.95
RED ALE (Irish style): TWO-SIXTEEN – Loowit Brewing, Vancouver WA IBU 23, ABV 5.2% $8.95
STOUT: RIDGE RUN – Backwoods Brewing Co. Carson, WA 20 IBU. ABV 6.5%. $8.95
STOUT: SALTED CARAMEL – Breakside Brewing, Portland, IBU 31, ABV 6.8% $9.95
HARD APPLE CIDER, “CIDERBOYS FIRST PRESS” Stevens Point Brewing Co, Stevens Point, WI 12 oz. $4.95
Red Delicious apple flavor comes through sweet with a touch of dark honey. Very light saltiness in the finish adds complexity. A touch of cinnamon and clove in the yeast profile becomes evident as it warms. On the sweet side, but the tartness keeps it from being cloying. Moderately strong malic acidity and bitterness with a very green apple after taste. ABV 5%
HARD APPLE CIDER: By Ace/California Cider Co. Sonoma, CA 12 oz. $4.95
Berry Cider: Hints of blackberry and raspberry juices, ABV 5%
Pineapple Cider: First pineapple cider developed in the world. Instant sweet taste with tart finish, Mixes well, Refreshing. ABV 5%
HARD APPLE CIDER: By Blue Mountain Cider Co. Milton-Freewater, OR 22 oz. $11.95
Cherry Cider: A refreshing balance of apple flavor with a splash of tart cherry freshness, a perfect blend of sweetness and acidity. .ABV 6.2%
WINES BY THE GLASS – 6 ounces
Chardonnay 2014 – Balancing Act Washington State $7.25
The yellow apple, melon and spice aromas are bright and inviting. The palate is fresh and clean, with broad, vibrant flavors playing nicely against a tart finish. 88 points, Wine Enthusiast
Pinot Gris 2015 - Bateaux Vineyard Toledo, WA $8.50
Tempt your taste buds with the fragrances of peach, melon, and pear. What starts sweet and tantalizing ends delightfully soft and smooth.
Riesling 2014 - Milbrandt Traditions 2014 – Columbia Valley $6.25
Aromas of peach and lime are followed by a sleek, crisp, off-dry palate with a long, lemony finish. 89 Points, Wine Enthusiast.
Sauvignon Blanc 2013 – Lagana Cellars Columbia Valley $8.50
80% Sauvignon Blanc blended with 20% Muscat Blanc combine to create aromas and flavors of peach and apple and muskmelon amid a structure of grassiness with lime acidity. Silver Medal winner 2014 Great NW Wine Competition and Walla Walla Valley Wine Competition.
Viognier 2013 - Domaine du Grangeon – Coteaux de L’Ardéche, France $5.50
With minerality is often accompanied by a freshness reminiscent of a sea breeze, sometimes even with hints of mint. Full-bodied, rich in texture, yet fresh. Honey suckle, kiwi, lemon zest and white peach.
ITALIAN RED WINE SPECIAL
Costera: Argiolas 2013 Sardinias, Southern Italy $6.50
Deep aromas of black-berry, black cherry and mocha are complemented by balsamic nuances. Concentrated, sappy and savory, displaying saline nuances to the black cherry and plum flavors. Finishes with serious depth and the broad, polished tannins to support aging.” 91 Points! VINOUS
Barbara Estate 2012 Locati Cellars– Walla Walla Valley $8.75
100% Barbera from Million Hilly Vineyard. opens with ripe red raspberry, tart blueberry, red currant, black cherry, and pomegranate. On the palate, the fruit carries through with a bright acid backbone with pipe tobacco, black pepper, and star anise. Best of Class, SF Chronicle Wine Competition.
Cabernet Franc 2012 Terra Blanca Red Mountain $8.75
Aromas of boysenberry, plum and blackberry with notes of rose petal, toffee, graphite and violet waif out of the glass. On the palate red fruits lead into a ripe blackberry, black current and dark plum core with hints of lavender, spice, ancho pepper and toffee. A bright acid profile elevates the fruit flavors and the finely integrated tannin structure creates long smooth finish.
Malbec 2014 Punto Final – Mendoza, Argentina $7.25
This wine comes from grape vines over 50 years old; deep ruby red, reveals aromas of black cherry, dark berries and spices. The French oak influence provides scents of vanilla and caramel, with generous chocolate flavors. Soft and round, with a fresh acidity and long finish.
Pinot Noir-2013 Reserve Cooper Mountain, Willamette Valley, $9.50
Forest floor fruit, blackberry, blueberry and raspberry. Velvet, precise tannin and balanced structure. Certified Biodynamic.
Syrah 2011 Helix by Reininger Columbia Valley $8.50
100% Syrah entirely French, none of it is new wood, which allows for aromas of black currant, strawberry jam, boysenberry and Montmorency cherry, along with black olive, vanilla and caramel. The entry is rich and round with Marionberry, Vanilla, cherry and blueberry, backed by juicy acidity. Rated Outstanding by Great Northwest Wine Review.
Prosecco (Extra Dry)– NV Acinum, Capriva, Italy $7.50
Crisp, brisk, medium-full body, persistent tiny bubbles (making this a spumante prosecco), fruity sweetness; 100% glera, the classic grape of prosecco. A green apple, grapefruit nose with grapefruit, Meyer lemon, pinch of peach on the palate. Make it a Mimosa for no extra charge!
Vino Spumante Brut – Private Cuvee Zardetto – Italy $7.50
Brilliant straw-yellow in color with a delicate perlage, this sparkler expresses notes of pears, apples and peaches with a hint of wild flowers.
PREMIUM WINES BY THE HALF BOTTLE 375ml
Moscato d’asti (Sparkling) 2014 – Cascinetta Viettti Italy Special $17.50
Pale sunshine yellow color and slight frizzante, this Moscato d’Asti has intense aromas of peaches, rose petals and ginger. On the palate it is delicately sweet and sparkling with modest acidity, good balance, good complexity and a finish of fresh apricots.
Chardonnay 2010 – Macroste Sonoma Coast, CA $17.95
It’s dry, brisk in acidity and clean, with nice varietal flavors of pineapples, oranges, pears and limes. Oak treatment adds a just right touch of vanilla and buttered toast, while brisk acidity makes it all bright and zesty. 91 Points, Wine Enthusiast.
Brachetto-2014 Bera Italy Special $17.50
Slightly sparkling (frizzante), medium-sweet, and low in alcohol. The wine shows typical Brachetto aromas and flavors of roses, sweet plums, and red cherries, and is rich and fruity on the palate. Chocolate, a notoriously difficult food to pair with wine, is ideally suited to Brachetto’s sweetness and rich red-fruit profile. Brachetto’s low levels of alcohol are often welcome at the end of a meal and its bubbles awaken the palate. CellarTracker 89 points!
Pinot Noir 2012 - Bethel Heights Estate Grown 2012 – Eola-Amity Hills, OR $27.95
Bright red. Spicy black raspberry and cherry pit on the nose, with notes of white pepper and allspice adding complexity. Juicy and focused, offering cherry and dark berry flavors with a touch of medicinal bitterness. Turns sweeter with air and shows very good clarity on the finish, which is firmed by dusty, fine-grained tannins that fold smoothly into the wine's fruit. 90 Points, Stephan Tanzier’s International Wine Cellar.
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