This Week at Hop Angel
Tuesday, it's Quizzo with Quiz Lord Ryan. As usual, Quizzo is at 8:30pm.
On Sunday, we have brunch from 11pm to 2pm. Chef Kevin switches up the brunch selections frequently, so there is usually something new to try.
Here's a run down on a few of the 12 beers currently on tap.
Line 3 is where we tend to have some of the more extreme beers. Currently on that line, you can still get some Round Guys Berliner Weisse if you hurry. This a very tart Berlin style sour wheat beer. It's not for everyone, but those of us who like that sort of thing (me for one), really love it.
Long Trail Harvest Ale uses ingredients harvested in Vermont, their home state, including a little bit of maple syrup.
We are also on the last of the Ommegang Scythe & Sickle. Ommegang, an authentic Belgian style brewery located in Cooperstown NY, is surrounded by farms. Scythe & Sickle is a harvest ale that celebrates the richness of the grain harvest all around them.
Abita, located across the lake from New Orleans, has a series of seasonal harvest ales, all of which use Louisiana grown ingredients. Being between two seasons, we will still a little bit left of both Abita Pecan Harvest and Abita Satsuma Harvest Wit. Pecan Harvest is a fall seasonal that I always look forward to. The pecan add a subtle nuttiness that quite nice. Satsuma Wit uses satsuma which is a citrus sort of fruit. The Satsuma Wit is pretty darn good too.
And we still have some pumpkin beer left. Dock Street Great Pumpkin is currently on tap, backed up with two halves of Southampton Pumpkin Ale.
And of course we have a good variety of traditional German beers: hefeweizen, pilsner, oktoberfest, and helles, both locally made and imported from Germany.
And over in Mayfair, The Grey Lodge Pub has some fun stuff this week too.