BEER FOR THOUGHT

Upcoming Events...

  • Kula Yoga with Adelfa! | December 11 @ 10:45 am

    Join certified yoga instructor Adelfa Hill, 500 RYT, for a mixed level practice to gain flexibility, build strength, and de-stress. Then we drink beer! Yoga is free. Bring a mat, yoga strap, and money for beer! We’ve added a whole new drink menu that’s geared specifically for the post-yoga bliss crowd! Mimosas and beer cocktails...

  • Baconessence (food truck) | December 14 @ 6:00 pm

    With over 25 years in the restaurant industry,  Mike Goldstein takes his passion for cooking on the road with BACONESSENCE. The journey began with gourmet sandwich shops and pizzerias,  leading to several years as a chef in the fine dining industry. The first of those years were with Noble’s restaurants in the Greensboro and High...

  • Pub Trivia! | December 14 @ 8:00 pm  

    Join us every Wednesday night at 8pm for the awesomest, coolest, trivia-est Pub Trivia in the Triad!...

  • King Queen Haitian Cuisine (food truck) | December 15 @ 6:00 pm

    Bringing an original taste of Haitian and Caribbean to the Triad and the surrounding area. ...

Hours

  • Monday: Closed
  • Tueday: 4pm - 12am
  • Wednesday: 4pm - 12am
  • Thursday: 4pm - 12am
  • Friday: 4pm - 12am
  • Saturday: 12pm - 12am
  • Sunday: 12pm - 10pm

Our Flagship Beers

Blind Man’s Holiday

Greensboro Pale Ale

What is Greensboro Pale Ale? It’s a brew that hits the sweet spot between Pale Ale and IPA – just like our hometown of Greensboro hits the sweet spot between the coast and the mountains.

We start with Maris Otter and Vienna malts to get a firm, malty backbone with hints of biscuit and grassiness. A blend of six hops including Amarillo, Simcoe and Chinook contributes a satisfying bitterness and an intense aroma of citrus, flowers and fruit, accented by herbal and piney notes.

Cherchez La Femme

Milk Stout

This blend of ten different malts creates an unsurpassed richness and complexity. We start with a premium Pale Ale base malt that gives a soft, clean maltiness. We add specialty malts like Black Malt, Crystal, Bonlander Munich, and Breiss Special Roast, layering in the malt flavors – roastiness, caramel, chocolate, and coffee. Flaked barley adds a full body of extraordinary creaminess. The flavor is balanced with the mellow sweetness of milk sugar and a hint of smooth Fuggle hop bitterness. The aroma is malt- forward, with a whisper of herbaceous hops and a touch of mint.

Monkeysphere

IPA

First, the beer. This beer has a huge tropical fruit aroma. The potent floral hop flavor is dominated by citrus and pine contributed by Mosaic and Crystal hops. You'll also taste smooth caramel, toasty biscuit, and graham cracker flavors from the Munich and Crystal malts, with a yeast-derived dry and fruity finish.

Next the name. Monkeysphere? Really? It's a reference to the pioneering work of anthropologist Robin Dunbar focused on social relationships in primates. He posits a limit to the number of stable relationships a monkey (or man) can maintain - jokingly called your "monkeysphere." And we'd be honored to be a part of your monkeysphere.

The Guilty Party

ESB

Gold Medal Winner - GABF 2015
This charmingly drinkable brew is a pleasure to share with friends old and new. Pleasingly full-bodied, it achieves a nice balance of caramelly, nutty, biscuity maltiness, and smooth but assertive bitterness. The premium English and Belgian malt comes through nicely in the nose, along with floral Indie Golding hops, and a wonderful fruitiness from the traditional English yeast.

Whirligig

Imperial Berliner Weisse

This Imperial Berliner comes in at 5.7% ABV, compared to 3% for more traditional Berliners. The grain bill includes an ample portion of wheat and German Pilsner malts and the beer is fermented with our house ale strain and Lactobacillus delbrueckii, which imparts a crisp and refreshing tartness that goes well with the subtle citrusy hop notes.

Visit Us

  • We have great locally made snacks such as Chad’s Carolina Corn, Hops & Nuts and Gone Jerky NC beef jerky, but you are always welcome to bring in outside food or to check out our binder of nearby restaurants that provide delivery and/or takeout.
  • Well-behaved, leashed dogs are welcome both inside and on our patio.
  • There is plenty of parking at the end of the street, rates are $2 before 6pm and $3 after 6. There is a stand in the middle of the parking lot to pay or you can download their parking app to pay from your phone http://us.parkmobile.com/. The parking lot zone number is 35123 and select the credit card option, this lot does not accept paypal.

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