March Food Specials and St. Patrick’s Day Fun

Hey!
It’s time to talk about food. Hope you like some food. We have a few fun food specials ready for your enjoyment.

Howlin’ Wolf Chili
Lentils + mushrooms + peas + quinoa + peppers + smoked paprika + carrots

Lab Sheperd’s Pie
This is a vegetarian take on the popular food. We pour our Howlin’ Wolf Chili over mashed potatoes and cauliflower and then melt cheese on top to make a hearty and delicious meal.

Johnny’s Not Burger
Our meatless ode to a local classic, made with our veggie burger patty + in house Texas hot sauce + onions + mustard + ketchup + homemade bun.

Pizza
We also have a new pizza. It has green and orange peppers laid out like the Irish flag. Kinda on the nose, huh? It tastes good though.

 

To see our most recent menu head over to our menu page.

 

New Irish Beers Available for Your Holiday Fun!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Upstairs, in Brazil, we are getting festive. Check out these beers if you are looking to get in touch with your inner Irish.

White Hag Irish Bog Ale,   8.2% ABVU
An imperial red ale. Deeply malty; with hints of honey, caramel, and peat. Full-bodied with a chewy mouthfeel, and a slight alcoholic warmth.

White Hag Irish Heather Ale, 7.5% ABV
This Gruit Ale utilizes Irish Heather tops in place of hops to balance the sweet, rich malts used. Since these ancient brewers would not have known what yeast was, fermentation was carried out by wild yeasts and bacteria creating a naturally tart ale. This beautiful Gruit is aged in a classic French red wine barrel for extra depth of flavor.

…but wait, what the hell is a gruit?
Put simply, a gruit (pronounced just like you’d say “fruit” but with a “g”) is a beer made without hops. Hops are a relatively new ingredient to beer, historically speaking, so gruits¬†tend to be a glimmer of how beers used to taste hundreds of years ago. Also, this is the first gruit we have had at Brazil, so we are pretty excited about it.

 

Events Around the Neighborhood

On St. Patrick’s Day, Friday, March 17th, Celtic fiddle and guitar duo, Dana & Kyle, will be playing at St. Luke’s Episcopal Church located directly across the street from us. Show starts at 8 pm and tickets are $18 each, discounts for students and seniors.