Monday, September 01, 2014

Mon, 01 Sept 2014

This Week at the Grey Lodge 

Taco Tuesday: Tuesday is Taco Tuesday from 5pm to midnight. Our kitchen krew comes up with three different tacos every week. Tacos are 3 for $8, mix and match as you like. The current week's selections are updated here every Tuesday afternoon.

Quizzo: Wednesday we have Quizzo at 8pm. This week we have a special Music Quizzo Quizmaster Choob. As usual Quizzo will be on our 2nd floor.

Friday we will try to discover if the perfect dunkelweizen is actually a chocolate hefeweiss when Manayunk brings three versions of Flood Waters Chocolate Hefewiezen

Weekend Brunch: Saturday and Sunday, we serve Brunch from 10am to 3pm. In addition to our regular brunch menu, Big Dan has a brunch special every weekend. Our regular menu is available too.

Can Tabs for Aidan for the Ronald McDonald House
We are collecting can tabs for donation to the Ronald McDonald house in memory of 4 year old Aidan. His family will donate them in his memory. They will pick up the tabs on Sept 10.

Please bring in any tabs you may have to add to those we save from cans of beer that we sell.


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PS the reason why they collect the tabs is because there is as much aluminium in the tab as there is in the rest of the can. So basically each tab equals a half can while taking up much less space.

Aidan's Avengers are on Facebook. 

Draft Beer Update 
On our lager line, Firestone Walker Oaktoberfest replaced Sixpoint Tesla. Despite it's name, this a classic Oktoberfest beer. It is not wood aged. It's from Firestone Walker, so it's bound to be awesome, wood aged or not. 

On our IPA line, Troegs Hop Knife Harvest IPA replaced Founders Centennial IPA. I think this might just be our first wet-hopped beer of the season. Wet-hopped beers are made with hops fresh off the vine, aka still wet. These beers can only be made once a year, when hops are ready to be harvested.

On our wheat beer line, Neshaminy Creek Dunks Ferry Dunkelweizen replaced Free Will Destiny's Wit. Talking about perfect dunkelweizens, this one really hits the target. Chocolaty, banana-y and not too thick. Like almost every great dunkelweizens, this one is elusive, only being made once a year. So enjoy while it lasts. 

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