Wednesday, January 14, 2015

Now tapping Icefall Oatmeal Stout

We are pleased to announce that tonight we will be tapping our newest Rotator handle, Icefall Stout. Its a luscious Oatmeal Stout with lots of toast, but low on the roast. Flavors and aromas that is. Icefall Stout is a fairly big bodied beer at 6.4% ABV with a balanced approach between malt and hops at 25 IBUs.
It will be served in our standard pint glass for $3.75.

We still have our Bier de Garde special of a snifter glass for $3, or $7 for a growler fill. Other rotators as of late are our Hibiscus Wit Belgian table beer that was dry-hopped with Galaxy hops, and our spicy malt-bomb Spatial Dendrite Winter Ale.

Tonight we have live heel-stomping tunes by our good friends the Prairie Wind Jammers. They were the first band to play in our space during our Grand Opening party October 4th. They also host a live bluegrass jam session on Mondays where anyone who has an in-tune instrument that wants to jam can join in.

Thursday night we have a special treat! An amateur fly fishing film contest sponsored in part by our friends at Sweetwater Fly Shop and the local Joe Brooks Trout Unlimited chapter. There will be prizes awarded to the best film and runners up. Come support your local guides with some stoke and come watch some fishing. It promises to be a fun time.

If you are on the buddy board, you have beer credits waiting for you. See for yourself if anyone bought you a beer buddy. Looks like John Mayer has a buddy!

Monday, January 5, 2015


New on tap is the Spatial Dendrite Winter Ale. A malty spiced beer brewed with Molasses, Cinnamon, Nutmeg, Orange Peel and Pumpkin. It's a very festive and tasty for a winter seasonal beer.

Our first of three in our "Farmhouse Series" Saison du Pine Crick is gone. Sorry folks, it was delish!

Our second offering of the Farmhouse Series is our French Farmhouse ale "Bier de' Gardiner". It's a big malt bomb dressed up like Little Bo Peep.

Our third installment of the Farmhouse Series is the Hibiscus wit which is now on tap as well. A Belgian table beer (easy to drink) with lots of different grains orange peel in the boil, and dry-hopped with hibiscus, and galaxy hops in the fermenter.

Hope you wore your galoshes Monday.

This week:
Tuesday: Beer for cause proceeds go to Livingston Center for Arts and Culture
Wednesday: Live Music- Bobb Clanton
Thursday is Pint Night. Get a pint and a glass for $6!
Saturday: Live Music- Shelly Beslar and Tony Polecastro
Sunday night as always is family night.