Come on in, have a beer, have a bite.
From the TapsExperiments in British Humor – British beer and British comedy probably have one thing in common: you either get it or you don’t. Experiments in British Humor is an English Bitter, so you’ll either like it or you won’t. Probably. The Marris Otter malt imparts a dry minerality while the hops yield flavors and aromas of pear and berries.English Bitter4.7%Pint - $532 oz. - $1064 oz. - $20
Where’s the Anarchy We Were Promised? - A few years ago they discovered a new type of multi-head hop growing wild in Colorado. A few weeks ago we got our hands on some and immediately put it in a beer. We asked ourselves if it was everything it was hyped to be. (We ask ourselves far-too-many rhetorical questions?) While we don’t have an answer to our original specific question, we think this is a pretty rad IPA bursting with flavors of tropical fruits that many of us have never actually tasted. Experimental IPA6.7%Pint - $732 oz. - $1264 oz. - $24Charlie’s Work Bench - You get to work, and sometimes, slowly you figure things out. Call it a eureka moment. This is one of them. Charlie’s Work Bench is an IPA focusing on Eureka, and Azaaca hops offering notes of sticky pine resin and candied mango.IPA6.2% ABVPint - $732 oz. - $1264 oz. - $24The Mysterious Case of the Tripped Breaker - One day we all came in to find breakers off in places they shouldn’t be. We searched for solutions for a bit, then we made a beer. This one. The Mysterious Case of the Tripped Breaker is a juicy, extra pale ale brewed with a new experimental tangerine hop. Shockingly bitter with bright electric orange flavors. Extra Pale Ale5.6%Pint - $732 oz. - $1264 oz. - $24
Animated Talking – This saison is brewed with local honey and has been known to bring about excitable hand gestures, body language, and colorful words. Dry and drinkable. Have fun. 7% ABVSaison with HoneyPint - $732 oz. - $1264 oz. - $24
Guns of Paradise - Like many beers this one’s roots trace back to Karl’s home-brewing days. Strange stuff was happening in the world (like it does daily now) and he and his friends were standing around debating end days and defense strategies while the wort boiled. He brought this recipe down from his garage to ours and now we’re firing it off from the taps.Biere de Garde with Grains of Paradise6.7% ABVPint - $732 oz. - $1264 oz. - $24Blanket Warm - Brewed with a blend of European and American malts, hopped with Nugget and Cascade, and fermented on a classic English yeast strain, this transatlantic Brown Ale is relaxed and mellow, with a sweet malt nose balancing flavors of earth and spice. Brown Ale6.2% ABV64 oz. - $2232 oz. - $11Pint - $6
Praise the Robins- Seems like the perfect time. Buried in snow but spring is coming. The robins are, too. Look around. You'll see them. You'll hear them. Praise the Robins is a bright but exceptionally tart and rustic biere de garde with notes of electric lemon. Biere de Garde6.9% ABVPint - $732 oz. - $1264 oz. - $24Remember Me? – Hey ya’ll. Remember Me? Probably not. Because you’ve never had it before. Remember Me? is a buckwheat and burnt honey blonde, but not a buckwheat honey blonde. Let us explain. We used buckwheat in the grist and burnt honey from one of our favorite beekeeper’s solar extractors. The sun’s heat separates the honey, and in turn, changes its color and flavor. We hope this is a beer you won’t forget but enjoy to the fullest. Buckwheat and Burnt Honey Blonde7.0% ABVPint - $732 oz. - $1264 oz. - $24
Things I Think I Think – A Belgian IPA focused on gut instincts and dry hopped with second guesses. Brewed with Heidelburg, Golden Promise, Oats and Rye, and hopped and dry hopped with Columbus, Cascade, Centennial and Nugget. Belgian IPA6.4% ABVPint - $732 oz. - $1264 oz. - $24Secret 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 - $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 a bright, glowing IPA hopped exclusively with Citra. Popcorn. Get your popcorn. Or pizza. Or tacos. Or another one.IPA6.4% ABVPint - $732 oz. - $1264 oz. - $24
Bat 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
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.Saison4.9% ABVPint - $632 oz. - $1164 oz. - $22
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.Milk Stout6.2% ABVPint - $732 oz. - $1264 oz. - $24
From the Kitchen
Let’s start sweet this week, like with Sweet Potato Soup topped with citrus sour cream aside scallion crackers. Seeking greener pastures? Dig into our Grilled Chicken Caesar served with kale and garlic croutons. It’s going to be a large portion, because you can never have too many greens. Speaking of greens, fun fact: we sourced 350 lbs. of spinaches, kales, and lettuces from local farms this winter thanks to Lato Sud, Anthill, and others.
In pieville, we’re introducing The Invisible Grey a white pie topped with glazed ham, ricotta, and honey mustard. For the delegates and pizza ambassadors, we have The Embassy, topped with oregano salami, aged cheddar and Parmigiano-Reggiano. General Tso’s chicken is back for another battle, too. It’s prepared with house-made lo-mien noodles and chicken from Quails R’ Us. Lastly, but not leastly, we introducing a new dessert of Chocolate Banana Bread Pudding. End how we started: sweet. See you soon.
When you can get stuff:Thursday: 3-10 (Kitchen 3-9)Friday: 3-10 (Kitchen 3-9)Saturday: 1-10 (Kitchen 1-9) With Starbird from 7 to 10.
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.