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Maloney’s Pub Raises the Bar with 125 Taps

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Maloney’s Pub Raises the Bar with 125 Taps

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April 11, 2014


April can be a stressful month.  Is it any coincidence that it’s also the month when the taxman
comes around looking for what’s due?  With the deadline to file just days away, we’re doing what
we can to alleviate people’s stress by offering great beer, and menu specials to savor.
 

Come by this weekend and let’s celebrate there being no deadline for complaining about taxes and enjoy this week’s featured beers…

 


Brouwerij Het AnkerGouden Carolus Easter Beer
Belgian Strong Dark Ale 

Southern Tier Brewing Company Goat Boy
Weizenbock

High Point Brewing Company Ramstein Maibock
Heller Bock

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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No Foolin’
April Fools’ Day kept everyone on their toes. No one could believe anything they saw or heard. The foolin’ tradition itself has some cloudy origins. Some say the day of hoaxes began in France in 1582. Others say it stems from a European spring tradition where people disguised themselves just to have a little fun with each other.
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Around the world, the day has different names. In France, those who are fooled are called ‘poisson d’avril’ (April fish), and it’s common for pranksters to pin a cardboard fish onto a person’s back (you should check your back about now).


April Sours…
everyone’s invited – no tickets needed, no foolin’
04.04.14 | 5:00 pm
Unlike traditional brewing, which is done in a sterile environment to guard against the intrusion of wild yeast, sour beers allow wild yeast strains into the brew. Belgian brewers allowed wild yeast to enter the brew naturally through the barrels.Today sour beer has spread outside Belgium to include the United States, and while sours undergo an unpredictable process, the goal remains to create a range of tart beers that are complex and interesting, but still pleasantly drinkable.
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April Sours
menu specials
 


belgian style mussels
charcuterie plates
black & blue quesadilla:
sliced sirloin steak
bleu cheese
sautéed mushrooms & onions

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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weekend menu specials
3.28 – 3.30

new england clam chowder

crock of chili
shredded cheese | onions

fried calamari
marinara dipping sauce

charcuterie board
sliced cured meats | artisan cheese | duck liver pâté

salmon
pan roasted | orange glaze

chicken sierra
sautéed breast | jamón serrano |  provolone cheese | piquillo peppers
wild mushroom tarragon demi-glace

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April Sours…
Friday April 4th
Unlike traditional brewing, which is done in a sterile environment to guard against the intrusion of wild yeast, sour beers allow wild yeast strains into the brew. Belgian brewers allowed wild yeast to enter the brew naturally through the barrels – an unpredictable process that some modern brewers avoid. The goal remains to create a range of tart beers that are complex and interesting, but still pleasantly drinkable.

Another method for achieving a tart beer profile is by adding fruit during the aging process – most common are cherries (to produce kriek) or raspberries (to produce framboise). Because of the process involved in using wild yeast, sour beer results can be somewhat  unpredictable. Sour beer takes months to ferment and can take years to mature. Join us, and let’s discover the sublime secrets of April sours.

 

April Sours…
4.04.2014

The Lost Abbey
cuvee de tomme | 11.0 abv 

The Lost Abbey
red poppy | 6.5 abv

Picobrouwerij Alvinne
cuvee freddy | 8.0 abv

Duchesse de Bourgogne
6.0 abv

Professor Fritz Briem 1809
5.0 abv

special sours menu
to follow next week

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The Greatest & Greenest
Celebration Continues!

Sunday 03.16.14 – Monday 03.17.14

Saint Patrick’s Day Menu
All – Day Long…

 

MENU

corned beef & cabbage
bangers & mash
reubens
corned beef on rye
fish & chips
shepherd’s pie
Irish soda bread pudding
Irish coffee, of course… & more! 

- no reservations accepted
for Monday the 17th -

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Founders Brewing Night  

Thursday 03.13.14

Mike Stevens and Dave Engbers both had steady jobs when they decided to chase their dreams and open a brewery – which meant writing a business plan, quitting their jobs, and taking out giant loans. They figured if you’re going to live life, you ought to live it hard, without regrets.

After challenges, and making well balanced but unremarkable beers, they were on the verge of bankruptcy. It was then they decided to brew the kind of beer that got them excited about brewing in the first place: complex, in-your-face Ales, with huge aromatics, body, and tons of flavor. Founders beer is made for people like us, the chosen few!
the taps… 

Backwoods Bastard
Nitro Oatmeal Stout
Imperial Stout
Breakfast Stout
Dirty Bastard
Porter
Smoked Porter
Centennial
All Day IPA

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Slumbrew Night

 

Friday 02.21.2014

Inventive, inspired, craft beer for discerning beer drinkers – that’s what Slumbrew makes. We’re lucky to live in a time of greater appreciation for artisan products, and we share the enthusiasm for creating a unique and inspired experience – both with food and beer. Join us on Friday February 21st for an evening of inspired beers:

Snow Angel
Happy Sol
Porter Square
Flagraiser IPA
Trekker Triple
Sitting On Hop Of the World
My Better Half…

 

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friends & lovers…

Many theories exist about St. Valentine’s Day, but we like this one; in or around 200 A.D. the Roman Emperor Claudius II forbade young men to marry. He believed single men, free of romantic attachment or family concerns made better soldiers.
A priest named Valentine disobeyed the Emperor and married couples in secret.

 

The modern celebration of Valentine’s Day seems to have begun
in France and England. On Valentine’s Eve young people would gather and pick names becoming a Valentine to whose ever name they chose… Happy St. Valentine’s Day

 

Friday 02.14.14 

menu…

roasted beet salad
pistachio crusted goat cheese pickled red onions
sherry tarragon vinaigrette $9

acapulco shrimp cocktail
chilled jumbo shrimp | avocado
tequila lime sauce $11

joy of six
3 clams casino +
3 clams oreganata $9

hudson valley quesadilla
apples. brie. bacon.
butternut squash $12

maryland jumbo lump crabcakes
creole remoulade $10

lobster ravioli
shrimp newburg sauce m.p.

pollo quattro formaggio florentine
boneless breast of chicken
4 cheese & spinach stuffing $18

pan roasted
double cut Iowa pork chop

first press cider demi glace
skillet glazed apples $21

delmonico steak
frizzled onions
red wine demi glace $24

slow braised lamb shank
fall off the bone tender
creamy orzotto friuli $24

we are taking reservations for parties of six or more now…

 

 

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August | September 2013

Best of Monmouth Nightlife & Entertainment Readers’ Choice Awards,

‘We turned the spotlight on you to tell us what hotspots are the best of the best in Monmouth County’…


Best Beer Selection!

 

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