|Inside Boneshire's tap room.|
IPA Hop Test #1 - brewed with Citra, Centennial and Mosaic hops
LazaRIS - Russian Imperial Stout with coffee, cocoa nibs, cinnamon and habañero peppers
LazaRIS Unrobed - "naked" version of LazaRIS minus the spices and additional ingredients
Devil's Burden - Roggenbier (rye beer) with tons of Cascade hops
Dark of the Forest - Imperial Stout with coffee
|IPA Hop Test #1|
Food-wise, they feature bar snacks like bologna, hot peppers and the like. However, on weekends they feature some pretty tasty BBQ from the local Nomad BBQ (operated by an awesome guy called Shawn Grant, who used to work as a Sous Chef in the Snack Bar at Tröegs). We were pretty hungry, and we were elated to see chicken skewers on the menu. We ordered six of them and they were finger lickin' good! They also had pulled pork that looked tasty, but we've been mammal-free for several years. Glad to see something a little different than the typical food truck offering at a small brewery.
|Cool mural decorating the wall at Boneshire.|
I'm glad to see another brewery so close to home doing good things, and I'm anxious to see where Alan & Co. take Boneshire. With Millworks, Evergrain, Pizza Boy, and now Boneshire all within close proximity of one another, it will allow beer travelers to make a whole day of it and experience everything the area offers. Then there's that place in Hershey, too. What are they called?
Until next time...