Four Grain Saison at Independence Brewing Company
The Four Grain Saison is the talk of the town. This scintillating brew is made from 4 grains – barley, wheat, rye, and oats – and fermented with authentic Saison yeast from Wallonia along with an intense nose of plum. Too much technical talk? Let’s break it down – the quirky combination lends the brew a pear-like fruitiness and it most certainly goes well with the classy, summerhouse setting here.
Apple Cider Beer at The 1st Brewhouse, The Corinthians
The fruity youthfulness of a brew is best accentuated by Apple Cider Beer. The gentle flavours of this brew complement the range of assorted German-inspired dishes served here. The Brewhouse’s quirky interiors (upturned barrels for seats) make it a hip and trendy spot to hit anytime.
TJ’s Zen Weiss Brew at TJ’s Brew Works
TJ’s is the place to get your brew – in a cocktail. This cool watering hole is home to some heavenly pints, the demand for its Zen Weiss Brew is testimony enough. The perfect balance of the brew and food is reflected by the stylish interiors. Try the quirky cocktails or go for the in-house specialties.
Beer By The Litre at Hidden Place – The Hangout
If a drinking championship is on, head to the Hidden Place. Hidden Place serves brews in quantities meant to split in a large group. Brews are priced by the bucket, pint, or pitcher, all depending upon the number of people you take along.
Leprechaun’s Rainbow at The Irish Village
No one brews like the Irish and there is no better way to enjoy a brew than in an Irish setting. The Leprechaun’s rainbow is a mixture of beer, grenadine, blue curacao, and berry juice, best had in the Irish Village way, by the pitcher. For additional touches, the pub does its best to bring Ireland in its décor.
Ginger Peach Melomel at Effingut BrewerkzOne of the city’s youngest watering holes is also one of the most popular. With crazy offers to entice customers when the games are on, the brewery serves some heavenly combinations to tickle those who stop by for a pint. The Ginger Peach Melomel stays a house favourite here.
Cerveza Rubio at Flambos Brewpub
Flambos knows how to make foreign brews palatable to Indian tastes. The Cerveza Rubio combines Mexican style blond ale with a crisp, Corona-type taste, best had with the BBQ chicken wings here. The brews are served in 2 litre Growlers and 1.5 litre pitchers.
German Wheat at Kiva Brew Pub
Exotica is a brew that never goes out of style. The Germen Wheat Pint at Kiva has wowed the city’s beer lovers for a while now. The pub’s stylish interiors are perfect to enjoy a glamourous evening with friends or a quiet one with your drink. Choose yours.
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