Come on in, have a beer, have a bite.Neighborhop – Wet hop season comes and goes, and we go along with it. Neighborhop is our annual, once-a-year, wet-hop-tradition, a pale ale brewed with hops grown in Cherry Ridge, Beach Lake, and Bethany, and picked by our friends just in time to throw them in the whirlpool. Notes of orange, flowers, vanilla, and pine resin. Wet Hopped Pale Ale5.8% ABVPint - $732 oz. - $1264 oz. - $24 Owego – One of our brewers is passionate about brewing, bike riding, and hop farming—among lots of other things. On one bike ride he saw some wild hops growing. He started with foraging, then took to growing them, and has since brewed quite a few beers with them. This is one of them. It’s a copper, wet-hopped Saison with ripe orchard flavors.Wet Hopped Saison7%32 oz. - $1164 oz. - $22
Bad Stoner Jokes - Crazy what ends up in beer names and descriptions these days. Bad Stoner Jokes is a wet-hopped brown ale brewed with dank, sticky, heady, and homegrown Nuggets. (It's a type of hop; relax and pass to the left.) Herbal, floral, and resinous. Wet Hopped Brown Ale7.5% ABVPint - $732 oz. - $1264 oz. - $24
Floating Upstream - Smooth, mindful hopping—except when it came to the wet Centennials, which we turned into our own sort of hop hash. Piney, lemony, and refreshing. Wet Hopped IPA 7% ABVPint - $732 oz. - $1264 oz. - $24
Secret Epicenter – An 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 - $632 oz. - $1164 oz. - $22
What’s in a Name – A beer by another name, if we used a different hop, but this batch we brewed with Mosaic, so we don’t know what to call it, ultimately it’s whatever ends up on tap 11. IPA 6.4%Pint - $732 oz. - $1264 oz. - $24Le 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.Saison5.5% ABVPint - $632 oz. - $1164 oz. - $22Post-Tractoring – A refreshing farmhouse ale brewed with a steady hand and Centennial and Tahoma hops. Meant as a reward for a long, constant day in the sun, this subtly tart, rustic saison blends notes of fresh grass, hay, and white grape. Saison5.5% ABVPint - $732 oz. - $1264 oz. - $24White Fluffy Clouds – What do you see? Birds? Exotic animals? Monsters playing board games wearing tuxedos? White Fluffy Clouds is an eye opener. A funky, near sour saison with bright, lemony flavors complemented by crackery grains. Tart Saison 6% ABVPint - $632 oz. - $1164 oz. - $22Whatchamacallit, Thingamajig – Is it an Augtoberfest, an O(c/k)toberfest, or maybe it’s a marzen. There are so many theories on what a fest beer should be. Here’s ours.6.1%Fall LagerPint - $732 oz. - $1264 oz. - $24Accidentally Prague – A brewer we really respect who really respects us wanted us to put our spin on his GABF Pro Am qualifying Czech Dark Lager (which he intended to originally be a schwarzbier.) While we did that, his dog destroyed his headrest. True story. You’d probably want to drink a beer after something like that happened. Probably this one.Czech Dark Lager5.6% ABV16 oz. - $632 oz. - $1164 oz. - $22White Light, White Heat – Saison is one of our favorite styles. Comet is one of our favorite hops. We took a little from column A and a lot from Column B to make a saison with aromas and flavors of zesty grapefruit. Hoppy Saison5.6%Pint - $632 oz. - $1164 oz. - $22Bat 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. - $22
From the Kitchen - With temperatures dropping, warm and comfortable is always welcome. So, come on in. We’re creatures of comfort around here, and we’re dishing up comfort with Fried Chicken on a buttermilk biscuit with chicken gravy. We’re bringing back Fox Hill Farm beef tacos, too. Speaking of grand returns, Kelsey in the Woods has returned as well. A lot of people have been asking for it, and we’re not ones to disappoint. Kelsey, herself, is most likely caring for a river somewhere, or, possibly in the woods, or in the woods adjacent to a river. For dessert, Pete’s whipping up a Caramel Apple Pie, though whipping up sounds like an understatement. Lattice crust people with a house made whipped cream. It’s sure to make the gram with a hashtag that rhymes with lewdcorn.
Other additions and subtractions are in the works, like they always are. Again, they won’t disappoint. Follow us on Facebook for the latest. When you can get stuff Wednesday and Thursday: 5-10pmFriday and Saturday – 11am-10pmLive music Saturday from 1 to 4pm with Rick Horvath. Limited menu from 9 to 10 pm nightly
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.