November 14, 2017

Posted by: admin November 14, 2017

Turkey Bowl – Thursday, November 23rd is American Thanksgiving and that means 3 things… Football, turkey and beer. More specifically, we’re showing all 3 NFL games with full sound and opening early @10:30am so you won’t miss a second of the action! We’re also serving up delicious turkey lunch and dinner along with tasty Cask beer on special […]

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November 2, 2017

Posted by: admin November 2, 2017

INTERNATIONAL STOUT DAY   $5 Brewster’s Coconut Porter OK Springs Porter St. Ambroise Oatmeal Stout Tool Shed Flat Cap Stout $6 Deschutes Black Butte Porter Deschutes Obsidian Stout Yukon Espresso Stout $7 Fuller’s Black Cab Stout Guinness $8 Blindman Ichorous Stout Dieu Du Ciel Aphrodisiaque Dieu Du Ciel Peche Mortel Maui Coconut Porter North Coast Old […]

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October 24, 2017

Posted by: admin October 24, 2017

A Beer by Any Other Name: Porters Let’s talk porters now; it’s starting to get cold out, and I feel we could all get into a nice dark beer by a fire right about now. The name comes from the porters who carried goods throughout London (who no doubt would love a pint and a […]

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October 16, 2017

Posted by: admin October 16, 2017

A Beer by Any Other Name: IPAs No one is a stranger to IPAs anymore. With the huge boom of the style in the microbrewery scene in North America, they’re as common and easy to find as any ol’ domestic. Most of us have heard the tale of the birth of India Pale Ales; highly […]

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October 5, 2017

Posted by: admin October 5, 2017

A Beer by Any Other Name : Bitters The history of British beers is a bloody complicated endeavor, reaching back to Celtic times, and so much of the history is centered around alehouses and the old school cask ales, which I touched on briefly last week… So I’ll go ahead and start with Bitter beers, […]

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