#Beer Hall

New Year, New Fare

Executive Chef Ben Peine and our culinary team revamped our daily Beer Hall offerings, adding new options to never-leave-the-menu favorites. All of them are available now and all offer an excellent reason to get out of the house this winter and try something new with your hog frites.

MUSSELS—these return to our shareables section in an aji amarillo broth with house-made chorizo and grilled focaccia.

 

DARKNESS BANGER & MASH—this twist on a British favorite uses Darkness in the sausage blend and berbere smashed yams for the mash.

DEVILED EGG SALAD TOAST—Old Bay fans, rejoice. Slathered on toasted sourdough with pickled cocktail onions and fried capers.

EL NINO ENSALADA—the house-smoked chicken we use up in Surly Pizza Upstairs gets added to this mix of baby greens, queso fresco, puffed quinoa, and Peruvian pepper vinaigrette.

GINGER CABBAGE SALAD—featuring grilled sambal pork belly, pickled cucumber and carrot, cashews, scallions, ginger miso vinaigrette.

 

CAULIFLOWER SOUP—with curry pickled cauliflower, hazelnuts, and sourdough.

SMOKED BAVETTE STEAK—enjoy this extremely tender cut with yucca fries, smoked almond aioli, and pickled red onion.

DESSERT—it may seem difficult, but you absolutely need to save room for dessert. Chef Joanna has outdone herself once again with a decadent BANANA CAKE, an even more decadent PASSION FRUIT CRÈME BRULEE, and the whatever lies beyond decadent CHOCOLATE CAPPUCCINO MOUSSE CAKE.

 

As for the crowd favorite LUTHERAN FUNERAL BARS, the first selections of the year are Turtle, Cranberry Lime Zest, and Orange Cream Cheese Brownie.

The days are getting longer now (really, we checked). Celebrate with us.

Full Beer Hall Menu

 

More Recent News

2021 Surly Halloween Artist Search

#Art

Yes, it’s the middle of summer, but it’s not too early to be thinking about Halloween. At least, not if you’re us. In addition to Justin Bergo, Surly’s 2021 Darkness Artist, we’re also looking for a designer to create the Halloween art we’ll be using for promotions in on and off-premise locations throughout October—think posters … Continued

The Story of Idaho 7®

#BeerRelease, #Collabs, #TheBlog

Nate and Heather Jackson grow and develop hops in Wilder, Idaho as first-generation hop growers. When working with Sierra Nevada, Jackson Hop Farm submitted a handful of hop varietals for them to analyze. The seventh one really stuck out as a promising hop varietal, bridging the tropical/citrus gap with striking notes of melon, tangerine, pineapple, … Continued

Intelligent Design Returns

#BeerRelease, #TheBlog

Reopening the beer hall has given our extraordinarily talented brew team the chance to flex their muscles and work on all sorts of experiments with new hop varietals and styles. (As of this writing, we now have 32 beers on draft, a dozen of which are brand new.) It’s also allowed us to revive our … Continued