Sunday, July 10, 2011

Lobster Fest - August 16th, at 6:30pm

At the Munich Haus
Tuesday, August 16th, at 6:30pm
Join us for our third Lobster Fest of the season!

It takes place on the deck or in the dining room. The Lobster Fests feature huge, sweet lobsters!

Click here to see the photos of our chefs preparing these monsters!

Fun Facts: Did you know?
- The largest lobster recorded was caught off the coast of Nova Scotia, Canada, and weighed 44.4 lbs (20.14 kg); it was between 3 and 4 ft (0.9 to 1.2 m) long. Scientists think it was at least 100 years old.

- Eating lobster was once considered a mark of poverty and they were served to indentured servants, slaves and prisoners. In one Massachusetts colony, servants rebelled and forced a contract stating they would not be fed lobster more than 3 times a week.

- Signature chips and dip
- Our homemade New England Clam Chowder
- Caesar Salad with house made dressing
- 6-9 lb. Lobster with oven roasted potatoes and seasonal veggies
- and for the Happy Ending a homemade Strawberry Sundae!

For one $90
Split a Lobster $110

Tickets must be purchased in advance and are non-refundable.

Add 3 of BGs Premium Cigars $18.00

(tax and gratuity not included)

A recent 9 lb monster Lobster!

Wine Pairing

Sycamore Lane Chardonnay or the Rodney Strong Chardonnay - Smokey buttery lime, lemon and roast apple elements fuse with lemon butter and complement the rich lobster meat.

Beer Pairing

Erdinger Weiss - The citrusy notes of any wheat beer go well with shellfish; in this case it's accentuated by the addition of lemon peel to the brew, which would also work nicely with the dressing in the Caesar salad. The coriander in the beer complements the fennel on the roasted potatoes.

Munich Haus Hops Night July 20, 2011

Munich Haus Hops Night
On Wednesday, July 20th, at 6:00 PM

Julius Echter Hefe-Weissbier


Julius Echter Hefe-Weissbier Hell is a German Hefeweizen beer by Würzburger Hofbräu (Schörghuber), a brewery in Würzburg, Bavaria. Today Würzburger Hofbräu is the only brewery in Würzburg, Lower Franconia's metropolis.

Würzburger Hofbräu has a rich tradition: The brewery was founded in the year 1643 by the Main-Franconian Prince-Bishop Johann Philipp von Schönborn and is therefore the oldest business still in existence in Würzburg today. Today Würzburger Hofbräu presents itself as one of the most modern breweries in Europe.

What to expect:

Pour: The pour is a very hazy golden color with a couple fingers worth of soapy white head.

Aroma: Aromas of flowers and lemon for the hops, yeast, and clove.

Smell: The clove aroma on this beer is just awesome. Not so much in the banana department (though not totally deficient), but a touch of peel and some nice sweet wheat notes.

Taste: Its medium body has all the good dry wheat, fruity yeast with notes banana, dry spice and a hint of barley grain. The hops add a light bitterness and some dryness to the rather snappy finish..

Mouth Feel: The body is medium with a moderate but lively carbonation. Its active carbonation keeps thing light, lively and refreshing.

Drinkability: This is defiantly a very solid and refreshing Hefeweizen.

Alcohol Content 4.9% (ABV)

Price only $15 per person (includes gratuity)
The price includes a stein of beer and complete dinner buffet designed to compliment the beer of the night. Including a locally raised, oven roasted pig cooked in the authentic German style!

Dinner-Buffet served 6:00 to 7:30PM

Tickets should be purchased in advance and are non-refundable.

Brewery: Würzburger Hofbräu AG
Established: 1643
Motto: One of Germany's Oldest Breweries