Friday, June 28, 2013

New Beer/Firkin Friday 6/28/13

Two new beers from The Avenues Proper Restaurant & Publik House today!

The Hopspital IPA, brewed with three different hops, it's a deep orange color with a slight haze from the dry-hopping stage. With a fruity, floral aroma, a pronounced hop bitterness and a dry finish, this will be a hop-lovers favorite!

The Benches Brown is a rich, malt-forward beer with notes of raisin, toasted bread and brown sugar. It's sweet notes are cut by its high level of carbonation for a very drinkable ale!

Also available at Avenues Proper Ro-Rye & Slainte Dry Irish Stout (on nitro)


For today's Firkin Friday at the Bayou, They're going a little off schedule and will be serving up Wasatch's Vanilla Oak Porter. Look for pleasant vanilla paired with chocolate and oaky notes. Tapping is at 3:00 pm. 

Cheers! 

8 comments:

Unknown said...

Hahahahaha! What's up with that picture of Kirk?!

Douglas said...

Does the Wasatch Vanilla Porter usually have oak? I had it on cask once in Park City, I believe they added vanilla beans post fermentation.

BTreotch said...

Do you have to order food to drink beer at Avenues Proper?

Mikey said...

Yes

D-Dub said...

I'm late to the game as usual, but Bonneville's Railton Special Bitter came on this afternoon at the pub. Rich malt aroma paired with earthy, floral hops on a nitro pour.

Mikey said...

I'll be visiting on Sunday, can't wait to try it!

Ed said...

The food you need to order at Avenues Proper can be the $3 potato chips.

Jeremy Mathews said...

At AP, the Belgian brown is quite delicious. Hopspital went over better with non-IPA drinkers than the hophead in our group. Slainte is probably still my personal favorite there.