Monday, June 29, 2015

Mon, 29 Jun 2015

This Week at the Grey Lodge 

This Tuesday, it's a double dip.

1) 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.

2) Pub Letters ends it's month long tenure with us. Write a paper letter to a loved one or stranger, doesn't matter. It's free! 7pm-9pm

After a busy, busy month, I finally got to sit down and write some letters last Tuesday. It was actually a lot of fun. I don't know if anyone enjoyed actually receiving my letters but I had fun writing them. If you want me to write you a letter tomorrow night, email me at with your name and address. 


Quizzo: Wednesday we have Quizzo at 8pm. This week's Quizmaster is Shannon, who will have a General Quizzo. As usual Quizzo will be on our 2nd floor.

Saturday and Sunday

Weekend Brunch: Saturday and Sunday, we serve Brunch from 10am to 2pm. In addition to our regular brunch menu, we have a brunch special every weekend. Our regular menu is available too. In honor of Independence Day weekend, we will have Red, White, and Blue Pancakes

Draft Beer Update

On our lager line, the first of two Sam Adams Downtime Pilsner sixtels replaced Fegley's Brew Works Impossible Germany Pilsener. Downtime is a German style pilsner so it will be a little more mellow than a Czech style. There can be great complexity in mellow. 

Evolution Special 608 Belgian Amber replaced Manayunk McYunk's Scottish. 608 is an amber ale brewed with wild flower honey, lemon peel, orange peel and coriander. Let this one warm up a bit for all the flavors to come out. 

Lancaster Kolsch replaced Yuengling Summer Wheat. Summer of Kolsch continues! To be honest some kolsches are boring beers. Not this one. Lancaster's has a lot going on. This was a sleeper hit a few summers ago. 

Do Good Birra Forte Limoncello IPA replaced Hill Farmstead Mary. A new one from the li'l brewery in Port Richmond. An IPA with lemons, a combo that should work well. I look forward to drinking one tomorrow night while I'm writing letters.

On our black beer line, Weyerbacher Heresy replaced Atwater Cherry Stout. Heresy is a bourbon barrel aged imperial stout, so you know that once it warms up there will be a lot going on. At 8.2%, it's big but not skull splitting. 

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