I’ll tell you what’s wrong- their idea of beer to pair with that type of meal makes no sense. If it’s supposed to be German, Polish, or anything close- they’ve neglected genuinely good, drinkable, and altogether European beer. Now, if they’re appealing to the taste of the demographic of people that attends this type of event, the sure, the listing on the sign may be accurate.
One more thing- considering the proximity to the two breweries in the area, I’m surprised to see NOTHING from those establishments offered.
Kölsch is spelled incorrectly.
Is that what that’s supposed to say?
May I have one of those Kulch please?
“Summertime” would have been so much easier.
Oh. That too!
The list is misleading, Bud is not the ‘wurst’ American lager on the market, that is surely PBR.
Clever, Al. Hadn’t thought of that. Woman asked if they had any German beer. Guys pouring were clueless. I pointed out the Becks, then had to explain why it was brewed in St. Louis.
That’s as bad as the bar I was at, standing in line behind two ladies who asked, “What imports do you have?”
Bar tender replies, “We have Moosehead, Beck’s Heineken’s, and Leinekugel’s.”
I turned and left.
I’ll tell you whats wrong- charing 5 dollars American for a bud can. That is nearly the same amount we pay for it in France. (By ‘we’ I mean, people who purchase bud trying to look American cool)
And then you have the Landshark price correction. Classic and classy.