The new Lazy Dog menu is out ...and that includes new beers as well.
Tune in for your chance to win a $50 Lazy Dog gift card.
I enlisted the help of my friends at the Valley Resource Center and when it came time for the beer tasting Jeanne Sampson was happier to participate. her favorite and mine were both the Huckleberry Have IPA
Jeanne writes: One of my other highly recommended items is the Huckelberry Haze IPA. It has a refreshing blackberry and strawberry flavor. I will definitely be back.
Here are some more of the new choices at Lazy Dog:
Huckleberry Haze IPA
We fought off wild animals to make you this beer. Not literally, but you get the idea. Indigenous to higher elevations, the illustrious huckleberry is highly sought after by both human beings and bears. With refreshing notes of huckleberry, tropical fruit, citrus, and hints of strawberry, this is the IPA you've been looking for.
Liquid Blanket IPA
Warning: Pouring this beer on yourself will not warm you like a blanket. Drinking this beer, however, will warm you both inside and out. With hints of citrus, pine, and a medium malt build, our liquid blanket IPA will feel like a bear hug for your insides.
Tilted Saddle Saison
Traditionally brewed as a farmhouse ale, this hazy-looking beer has a high yeast protein content, yielding floral tropical and white pepper spice notes. With a medium bitterness and touch of sweetness, this beer will have you riding high.…so giddy up!
Ankle Buster Blonde
Rocky trails can be as painful as salt in a paper cut. But ice-cold victory beer when you reach the top? Now you're speaking my language. A clean + refreshing ale with just the right touch of sweetness. We guarantee your taste buds will feel on top of the world.
Howling Hive Hefe
You might not know this, but bees can actually get drunk. True story. They also totally have been known to get lost on their way back to the hive. Don't be that bee. With its nice bready body and subtle notes of banana + clove, it's all the buzz.
Sun Spanked Red
I heard the sun talk once. He told me he didn't need to go to college because he already had a million degrees. But that's neither here nor there. With this medium-bodied, slightly toasty irish-style red ale, every day is sun-day.
Can't decide? Try the sampler...pics of that and our guest reviewer as well. The group picture includes the Lazy Dog GM Mike Benoit as well...Mike will be on my radio show next Monday.