Growler hours are now dining room hours. Come on in, have a seat, have a beer, have a bite.
We've got a special event on Wednesday, a dance party with DJ Gary Moss. The tunes start spinning at 8pm. It’s a chance for that really random, unofficial high school reunion you always wanted DJed by a rock and roll Hall of Famer. Come down. Or up. Or over. Or by.
We're closed Thursday for Thanksgiving and open normal hours on Friday and Saturday.
Our offerings and hours for the weekend:
From the TapsThis and That – Sometimes things are what they are. This and That is one of those things. An IPA brewed with some of our favorite hops, Cascade and Centennial in “this” instance with a lot of “that” (in this case, Glacier hops) thrown in for good measure. Enjoy bready malts paired with flavors of pine, mango, and over-ripe berries.IPA6.8% ABVPint - $732 oz. - $1264 oz. - $24
Soul Jelly – A fix for your innards and outwards. Soul Jelly is an uplifting double IPA brewed with Mosaic, Belma, and Loral. Sip and replenish…preferably in a field under a blue sky on a fluffy cloud day. You’ll feel it. You’ll love it. And you may not want to move until the sun sets or the sun rises. Linger on. Refreshment is replenishment and vice versa.Double IPA8.2% ABVPint - $832 oz. - $1364 oz. - $26Trade 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% ABVPint - $532 oz. - $1064 oz. - $20
Scenic Pastures – An earthy, woody and shadowy saison that finishes with flavors of tart citrus. You know, reminiscent of all the wonderful things that surround us. Named after one of the best songs by one of the best bands. Grab a field glass and take a walk.Hoppy Saison 6.3% ABVPint - $632 oz. - $1164 oz. - $22
Low Hanging FruitWe were brainstorming names for our apple and pear beer and said, “what’s the low hanging fruit.” That answered the name debate. Low Hanging Fruit is an American pale ale brewed with two row malt, spelt and a touch of caravienne for sweetness, hopped ever so lightly with Pilgrim (you know, for Thanksgiving) and finished with fresh local apples and pears. Seasonal. Celebratory. Be thankful.5.75%American pale ale with apples and pearsTulip - $732 oz. - $1264 oz. - $24I’m Beet - A blood red farmhouse ale brewed with beets from Lato Sud in Beach lake. Earthy, spicy, complex, and refreshingly beety.Farmhouse ale with Beets5.6% ABVTulip - $732 oz. - $1264 oz. - $24
Sophistry - Bold and aggressive American hops make a delicate saison with flavors of tart lemon, lush blueberries and blackberries, and ripe red currants. Could it be?Saison7.1% ABVPint - $632 oz. $1264 oz. - $24Where’s Bryan #8 - Bryan took a Wednesday off. Karl didn’t. Neither did Curtis, who’s helping to brew a bunch these days and working the “Karl’s still getting kids ready for school….I’m gonna brew what this text tells me to shift”…like Bryan usually does. Where’s Bryan #8 is brewed with Galaxy and Comet, two of our favorite hops, and a bunch of malts we love, in honor of dude(s) we love cause (t)he(y) help make it all happen. Cheers to Bryan, and Curtis, the unsung heroes of Here & Now, even though they often get pizzas and beers named after them.IPA7.4% ABVPint - $732 oz. - $1264 oz. - $24
The Problem with Reality – Ideals are beautiful. The problem with reality is that it’s not ideal…generally speaking. Our ideal for this beer was what you taste, a crackery, rustic, saison with subtle notes of raisins, flowers, and black pepper. The reality of the situation is that we only got three barrels of this beautiful beer (after reality set in). Clearly, reality is a bitch to deal with. Enjoy. Bend an elbow. We’ll brew it again….when we can deal with it.Saison5.25% ABVPint - $632 oz. - $1164 oz. - $22
7th Street Circus – Is it a circus, a zoo, or a freak show? It’s all three, often at the same time. And this is the perfect refreshment to sit back and take it all in. 7th Street Circus is a bright, glowing IPA hopped exclusively with Citra. Popcorn. Get your popcorn. Or pizza. Or tacos. Or another one.IPA6.4% ABVPint - $7|32 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.Extra Pale Ale5.3% ABVPint - $532 oz. - $1064 oz. - $20
&Wisdom – &Wisdom is a bright orange, Belgian-style witbier melding flavors of vanilla, citrus, and pepper. Take the knowledge from today and apply it to tomorrow. Live and learn. Just don’t f#*k up too bad.Belgian-Style Witbier5.5% ABVPint - $532 oz. - $1064 oz. - $20
Productivity Quotient – We’re work-oriented people. Still, there comes a point when you’ve got enough done to enjoy the rest of what you’ve got to get done. Think of Productivity Quotient as a way to divide your day. Dry but sticky (kind of like some lingering projects), with notes of grapefruit, mangoes, oranges and pine resin.IPA6.0% ABVPint - $732 oz. - $1264 oz. - $24White 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 hoppy golden saison with aromas and flavors of zesty grapefruit. Hoppy Saison5.6%Pint - $532 oz. - $1164 oz. - $22
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 Cascades and Northern Brewer hops grown in Cherry Ridge and Beach Lake and picked by our friends just in time to throw them in the whirlpool. Notes of orange, vanilla, and pine resin.Wet Hopped Pale Ale6.5% ABVPint - $732 oz. - $1264 oz. - $24
From the KitchenNot turkey. Or anything remotely related to turkey or Thanksgiving for as imaginative as we could make it. Instead, we're going whole hog this weekend, with ribs from Windy Hill Farms in Beach Lake. Expect them served with a bunch of awesome sides. We've also got a bacon and blue cheese pizza we're super excited to serve. For the dancing snacks, we've got disco fries and other finger foods. Don't worry, there will be things to feast on, but we imagine you may already be feasted out, so we may go light this week. May. Who knows? Come in. Find out. When you can get stuffWednesday: 2-11 (Kitchen 3-10)Thursday: ClosedFriday: 3-10 (Kitchen 4-9)Saturday: 1-10 (Kitchen 1-9)We're at 645-49 Main Street in Honesdale.64- and 32-ounce growlers available for purchase and filling. Growlers are $5 for the glassware. Fill not included. Pints, bites, and meals are available for enjoyment in the Dining Room. We love you.