| Weekend Features
Fri/Sat Dinner Feature
- Friday/Saturday dinner feature: Chicken Florentine: Fontina and spinach stuffed chicken supreme with a wild rice pilaf, green beans and a brandy rose sauce - $23
- Weekend Special: Bacon pancakes with a caramel drizzle - $10
- Omlette: Spanish omelette with chorizo - $13
| Beer of the Week
Riverhead Brewing Co.
Tropical IPA 6.1% ABV
This well-balanced IPA is layered with multiple hop additions to achieve the desired citrus and tropical fruit characteristics. Bursting with flavour, this beer is bright, juicy and guaranteed to put a smile on your face!
Dressed in a hazy orange golden hue, this unfiltered IPA is packed full of flavour and aroma with hints of graperuit, mango, pineapple and tangerine. A well-balanced bitterness makes this beer enjoyable for both Pale Ale and IPA drinkers.
Riverhead Brewing Co.
Riverhead Brewing Co. was founded in Kingston, Ontario, and opened its doors to the public in June 2017. The Brewery is located at 631 Fortune Crescent, Unit 10, next to the Invista Centre on Gardiners Rd. All beer is brewed on our 20HL Brewhouse and packaged on-site. Riverhead fulfills the needs and wants of customers in our Taproom, Commerical Accounts and LCBO/Beer Stores in Kingston and surrounding areas. Since opening in 2017, we have doubled our size by expanding into the unit beside us to meet the growing demand for our beer, and offer more food and experience options to our customers visting the brewery. We hope you enjoy your glass of Riverhead!
| Wine of the Month
| FeBREWary - Week 1: The Astromancer
Sage Gruit 5.7% ABV
Beau’s celebrates International Gruit Day on Feb. 1, 2019 with the release of The Astromancer, a sage gruit. We used a combination of organic whole leaf and rubbed sage in brewing The Astromancer to draw out both herbal character and essential sage flavours. Rye malts add a peppery spice that complements the herbal component of this ancient ale.
History & Style
EIn gruit ales, herbs, spices and other botanicals replace a dominant hop character, throwing open the door to experimentation. Sage takes its place alongside yarrow and bog myrtle in the ancient history of spicing and helping to naturally preserve European gruit ales.
The Astromancer pours mahogany with a tan foam. The aroma bursts with herbal sage. The flavour features sweet caramel malt with peppery spice notes and minty sage. The finish is spicy and dry.