Monday, August 10, 2015

Mon, 10 Aug 2015

Tuesday Update: I boned this when I wrote it Monday morning. Sorry for any confusion. 

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) Home Brew Club
As usual on the 2nd Tuesday of the month, the Lucky 13 Homebrew Club meets meets on our 2nd floor. This is fun time for any home brewer, whether a beginner or a master.


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


This Thursday is our 19th Anniversary! We will be celebrating Hawaiian style with a Luau. We will have a surf rock band, Hawaiian shirt contest, door prizes, and special Hawaiian themed beers from Troegs and Neshaminy Creek. This will be a party... don't miss it. 6 to 10pm. 

Nineteen odd years is hard to get our heads around but that's what it has been. Thanks so much for being a part of it. 

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. This week's brunch special will be Amaretto French Toast.

Draft Beer Update

Brooklyn has decided to take extreme beers to the EXTREME with Poison Sumac Wit! Other breweries claim to merely ruin your taste buds. Bah, that's not extreme anymore. But a beer that gives you a crusty, oozing rash, now that's extreme! What? Oh it's RED Sumac. WTF is Red Sumac? It's stuff that can be used to make a lemonade type beverage. Sounds perfect with a wit beer actually. Anyhoo Brooklyn Red Sumac Wit replaced Allagash White.

Victory Kirsch Gose replaced Cape May Apple Bomb. You know the craft beer world has reached a tipping point when we have both a berliner weisse and a gose on tap at the same time. Both were really obscure German beer styles just a few years ago. Gose is a salty, sour, sort of lower octane wheat beer that was available from a couple of breweries. Victory has added cherries to theirs and it was a bit of a sleeper hit for them. 

On our IPA line, Sixpoint Bengali Tiger IPA, always a crowd pleaser, replaced Cape May Coastal Evacuation. .

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