Tuesday, July 01, 2014

Taco Tuesday

It's a beautiful day for a beer and some tacos!
Today we will be offering the following:

  • Pork Belly Tacos w/ fire roasted poblano peppers, red onion, pepper jack, and arugula
  • Sweet Chicken Taco with romaine, pepper jack, and spicy salsa
  • Hoisin Glazed Tuna Taco with lime, lettuce, diced avocado, and tomato

- Chef Dave

Draft Beer Update

Philadelphia Kenzinger replaced Dogfish Head Festina Peche. Kenzinger is always a crowd pleaser whenever we tap a keg, usually lasting less than 2 days. This kolsch style ale is a great thirst quencher for a hot day like today.

7pm Updates

On our big beer line, Neshaminy Creek Leon Russian Imperial Smores Stout replaced Sam Adams Porch Rocker (sixtel). This Russian Imperial Stout is made with marshmallows and more.

"Each 15 barrel brew has 45 pounds of freshly handmade marshmallow fluff made by our in house chef and Production Manager, Steve Capelli, as well as 16 and half pounds of bittersweet bakers chocolate, and 30 pounds of crumbled graham crackers." 

This big boy clocks in at 11.8% ABV, so small pours only. I have heard about this beer for almost 2 years now, I can't wait to try it.

On our black beer line, Old Forge Double Chocolate Stout replaced Spring House Big Gruesome. Our friends up in Danville know what they are doing, so expect this chocolate stout to be awesome.

St. Benjamin Smoked Amber replaced Free Will Napoleon. St. Benjamin is Philadelphia's newest brewery; they are only about a month old. This is the other beer they are making at the moment. We also have St. Benjamin's IPA on tap too, but that should kick very soon, so if you want to try both at the same time, you better hurry.

- Scoats

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