Checking out Queen & Adam Lambert at the Barclay's Center? Join us before the show and enjoy our $1 off everything Happy Hour from 2-8pm! Stop in after the show to keep the celebration going!
Sail away with us and the crew of Ballast Point Brewing Company as we celebrate the Summer of Sculpin with a smooth selection of thier greatest (draft) hits!
Climb aboard in nautical attire and enjoy Happy Hour pricing into the night as well as our playlist of AM gold!
Escape into this mellow menagerie of malted mixtures:
UNFILTERED SCULPIN IPA
GRAPEFRUIT SCULPIN IPA
PINEAPPLE SCULPIN IPA
TART PEACH KOLSCH
SOUR WENCH BLACKBERRY ALE
BONITO BLONDE ALE
Full List TBD
Join us as we travel once again to a galaxy far, far way! We will be featuring a keg of Chicago's Half Acre Brewing Company's Cantina Band West Coast Style IPA (brewed with Equinox powder, 07270, Columbus & South African experimental hops.) It will be out of this world!
These just came out of hyperspace to be featured as well: Revolution Galaxy Hero & Deth's Tar Imperial Stout with Cherries!
Come in Star Wars attire & get Happy Hour pricing all night long!
Tax Day doesn't have to be all bad! Join us as we tap a special keg from Santa Rosa, California's Moonlight Brewing Company: Death & Taxes Black Beer. Brewing since 1992, this is Moonlight's first foray outside their home market. You'll be glad they came out!
It’s no secret that Orval is one of our favorite Trappist Ales here at Fourth Avenue Pub. On March 25th 2017 join us and great beer bars across the country as we salute this amazing beer for a day.
On March 25th, 2017, devotees of Orval Trappist Ale – and even some folks who hadn’t tried it yet – will convene upon their favorite bar to celebrate one of the world’s most unique beers. Orval was the first Brett beer to land on US shores, and has become the favorite beer for many star American brewers. ( “Brett” – brettanomyces – is a yeast variety that adds appetizing, sharp acidity and dryness.) Orval sells one beer, brewed to exquisite perfection within the walls of Notre Dame d’Orval Monastery in Belgium. It’s delicious when it leaves the brewery, but also evolves in the bottle for five years or more.
Share one with us!