Come on in, have a beer, have a bite.1/22/19 - It was a Tuesday. It was during a cold spell. We were feeling a little maltier than usual because of it. But we still used a lot of Columbus and Pacific Gem giving the beer a balanced profile of rich bready notes with grape and mint accents. Hoppy Amber 6.8% ABVPint - $732 oz. - $1264 oz. - $24
Mud Season - It’s early, but it’s here already. Then it’ll freeze again. And thaw. This stout will help. Strong, warming, sweet and creamy with sticky notes of wood, coffee, mint and optimism. Stout 7.0% ABVPint - $732 oz. - $1264 oz. - $24
Your Dry Wit – Wouldn’t it be funny to brew a dry, white, almost double IPA with nothing but Sterling? We thought so, but we also have dry senses of humor. Mossy nose with flavors of oak, vanilla, coconut and grape. You’ll swear that Leprechaun is playing tricks. White IPA 7.2% ABVPint - $732 oz. - $1264 oz. - $24
Trade Marks – Hard working, honest folks built this building. Everywhere we looked, we found their signatures. This hardworking, honest cream ale was brewed in their honor. Cream Ale5.7% Pint - $632 oz. - $1164 oz. - $22
1/23/19 - Bittered like they do out west, late, cold-side hop additions like we do on the east. Brewed on January 23, 2019 while we listened to weird music made in the flyover states. Sticky, stinky, delicious. Bi-Coastal IPA 6.5% ABVPint - $732 oz. - $1264 oz. - $24Main Street Madhouse - What’s in a Name? That’s what this beer is, just with a different moniker. What’s in a Name was something of a throwaway name, but since the beer is a keeper, we wanted to honor it with its own identity. A sister beer to 7th Street Circus, brewed exclusively with Mosaic hops. IPA 6.4% Pint - $732 oz. - $1264 oz. - $24Secret Epicenter – Our sixth big batch of this incredible, wonderful pale ale brewed for this incredible, wonderful place we call home. Clean with bright notes of citrus and dark stone fruit. Pale Ale5.3% ABVPint - $732 oz. - $1264 oz. - $24
Le Dale - A refreshing, farmhouse-style ale brewed as a celebration of our surroundings. Notes of grass, forests, fields, streams, sunshine, breezes, gusts, and interesting cloud formations.Saison5.2% ABVPint - $632 oz. - $1164 oz. - $22Pitter Patter - A small beer, modeled on the Belgian Patersbier. Light in color, deep in flavor, subtle enough to crush on all day. 4.9% ABVPatersbier Style Ale Pint - $632 oz. - $1164 oz. - $22Invented Memories - “Oh man, I love this beer.” Should you have a thought like that, it’s allowed. We started with one of our favorite small batch beers and stepped it up, swapped things out and subbing things in. We came up with something entirely new. Like a recollection that’s really a fabrication. IPA 6.8% ABVPint - $732 oz. - $1264 oz. - $24History Repeats – One morning Karl got to the brewery, looked around, and saw all the stuff he used in his first ever batch. Well, most of it, and a few better things, so he and Bryan did their best. Saison 7.7% ABVTulip - $732 oz. - $1264 oz. - $24Bat Patterns - A dark and layered American porter with complex hop notes designed to help you ease your mind and clear your radar.Porter6.1% ABVPint - $632 oz. - $1164 oz. - $22From the Kitchen No lamb’s on the menu this week. Nor lions. We have lots of other great stuff though. (Probably not so great if you’re looking forward to bikini season…luckily we have a few weeks to shed that winter weight.)
For starters, we have deviled eggs with smoked maple bacon garnished with orange-citrus dressed arugula. In heartier fare, we’re going Southwestern for these last days of stew season featuring a black bean stew with braised chicken, sweet corn, and some of those hearty winter veggies
One of advertising’s greatest slogans (and I would know) was “Where’s the beef?,” we’re changing the question around to “When’s the beef,” and it’ll be starting Thursday night until the patties run out. Not long, most likely. We’ll have cheeseburgers topped with pulled pork served on a pretzel bun with chips…and other accouterments. Once supplies run out we’re switching over to fried chicken sandwiches. When we transition? Time will tell, and we’ll try to tell you via Facebook or Instagram or both.
Fresh from the fire we’ll have two new pies. The Hash Pie is topped with corn beef hash, cheese, and Thousand Island dressing. It’s a muncher’s dream come true. Then in more cheesy news, we’re debuting The El Queso Cinco, a five-cheese pie topped with cheddar, parmesan, goat, blue, and ricotta.
As for desserts, it’s looking lunchy, with a sugary flare. Rumor has it there’s some interpretation of Peanut Butter and Jelly with Raspberry Jam. Jam on. When You Can Get Stuff:Thursday & Friday: 4-10pm Saturday: 11am-10pmSunday: 11am - 4pm Kitchen closes at 9pm Thursdays, Fridays, and Saturdays. Limited menu after that. Live Music Saturday from 1 to 4 pm. Usually. Things to Know: We're at 645-649 Main Street in Honesdale.Our dining room is open for beer, eats, growler fills, and hangouts.Growlers are $5 for the glass, fills not included.We love you.