Beerbistro specializes in cooking with beer and providing a wide variety of beers to pair with each dish. On the menu, you’ll find a suggested pairing with every item, from appetizers and small plates to sandwiches, salads, main courses and pizzas. The motto at Beerbistro is "changing the way people think about beer," and it does that every day.
Start your meal with a creative appetizer or small plate like the Scotch egg, cheese & lager fondue or potato truffle perogies. Next, indulge in a sandwich or main course like the signature Bistro beer burger, lamb shortloin or snap pea tagliatelle. Beerbistro also has a variety of innovative pizza options like duck confit and hog wild pizzas. If you’re in the mood for seafood, choose from a range of mussles steamed in beer broth and served with fresh baked sourdough bread.
|Monday||11:30am - 1:00am|
|Tuesday||11:30am - 1:00am|
|Wednesday||11:30am - 1:00am|
|Thursday||11:30am - 2:00am|
|Friday||11:30am - 2:00am|
|Saturday||11:00am - 2:00am|
|Sunday||11:00am - 12:00am|
A Nutcracker Christmas at the Castle
Our Belgian frites have gotten a lot of good press, and here's the fine-print reason why: we take a batch of russet potatoes and store it for one week in our warm room to best balance starch removal while slowing its conversion to sugar. Every morning, a minimum of 100 lbs. of these are manually chipped by whoever shows up last to work. The chips are washed under cold running water to remove surface starches, and then refrigerated under water for 24 hours to stiffen the potato cell walls for a crispier result. For service, the frites are first blanched in a blend of beef and duck fat and then cooled to room temperature. They're then fried up at high temperature in canola oil until the outside is crispy and golden, the inside fluffy and flavourful. A generous helping is seasoned with kosher salt, and served to you with our house-made smoked tomato ketchup and mayonnaise.
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