Monthly Archives: November 2014
Happy Holidays from McG’s!
We’ve got a great selection of Stouts and Winter Warmers in stock right now. Affligem Noel is back on tap, along with the Blonde, Dubbel, and Tripel, all in bottles.
From Anderson Valley, we’ve got Winter Solstice on tap, a creamy winter ale brewed with caramel, crystal malts and a blend of holiday spices.
This beer weighs in at 6.9% abv. Also on tap from Anderson Valley, their flagship beer, Boont Amber. In bottles we just brought in their ESB (12oz, $5), and we still have a few Brother David’s Double, in 22oz wax-sealed bottles ($12).
Back to Belgium: We have a very limited amount of Delirium Noel (750ml, $20), and new in the US this year, St. Martin’s Cuvee de Noel (330ml, $8).
Rounding off our holiday bottle selection, we brought in some St. Peter’s Winter Ale,
Stop by for our delicious corned beef and cabbage, or drop in for a pint. As always, we’re open til 2am.
Get here early to avoid the rush
If you haven’t been in recently, our draft system has been fully overhauled, and the beer lineup is looking great. Here is our updated list of beers on draft for Wednesday, March 17th:
Victory Yakima Twilight
Lost Abbey Judgment Day
Abita Andy Gator
Moose Drool Brown Ale
Firestone Pale Ale
Lost Coast Fog Cutter
Flying Dog Double Dog
Acme Pale Ale
Woodchuck Pear Cider
Green Flash West Coast IPA
Green Flash Le Freak
Rogue Chocolate Stout
Napa Smith Wheat
Old Speckled Hen
Union Jack IPA
Old Rasputin Imperial Stout
Barney Flats Oatmeal Stout
Eagle Rock Solidarity Mild
Eagle Rock Revolution XPA
Firestone Double Barrel Ale
St. Louis Framboise
Check out this post on Eat-LA.com, looking at some of the best homemade chips around Los Angeles. Guess who made it to the top of the list!
Not to be confused with “chips” as in fish & chips, they’re talking about our potato chips!
If you’ve never tried them, drop by for a basket & a beer! And for the adventurous, they go great with Habañero Tabasco. Don’t like to bring the heat? Try them with some ketchup.
Here’s an excerpt from the article by Jenn Garbee:
When is a chip not a chip? When it’s an art form. Here’s a short list of great chips — potato, rice, corn, even lotus root — found around town.Potato Chips
The Daily Pint
McG’s Irish PubThey’re not on the menu at the Daily Pint because there isn’t a food menu there, but ask for potato chips and you shall receive a paper-lined basket of fantastic golden-brown, thin-sliced crispy potatoes. And they are on the menu at sister pub McG’s in Chatsworth, where they’re fried fresh daily and driven promptly to Santa Monica.