Saturday, January 06, 2007

Tap List at The Drafting Room in Exton, PA - 1/5/07

We've gone to some effort to publicize on a regular basis the usual quality taps at Flying Pig in Malvern, PA. They need a bit of publicity because they have no web presence and the tap handles are constantly changing. However, The Drafting Room in Exton, PA has a decent web presence and quite a huge reputation proceeding them. Though, to be honest, I've been disappointed on more than one occasion to show up after checking their website only to find that a particular beer their site listed was now kicked.

Of course, at The Drafting Room there is usually no shortage of other decent brew on draft from which to choose. And, don't get me wrong, I understand the nature of frequently changing kegs and the near impossibility of keeping a website current. (Though, somehow Scoats manages to pull it off.) So, we'll give it a try here to also post on a semi-regular basis the current tap list at The Drafting Room in Exton, PA.

What's on line as of 1/5/07? Funny you should ask.

Troegs Mad Elf Ale
Speakeasy Double Daddy Imperial IPA
Left Hand Smoke Jumper Porter
Erie Railbender Ale
Dominion Winter Brew
Dupont Avec Les Bons Voeux
Koningshoeven Quadrupel
Sierra Nevada Harvest Ale
Flying Dog K-9
Sly Fox O'Reilly's Irish Stout
Brooklyn Black Chocolate Stout


Eli said...

Have you tried the Erie Railbender? Its pretty tasty.

Bryan Kolesar said...

Yes, I try to have one each time at Fathead's in da 'burgh. Right on, quite tasty.

Any other from Erie that you'd recommend? At the Kennett Brewfest this fall, I had the Fallen Bock (great!) and the Presque Isle Pilsner (not so great, at all!)

Eli said...

To be perfectly honest, no. I like the Railbender best, and I've had all the others.

You've had the Fallen Bock which is tasty, as you know.

They only have the main three (on their site) and then the other random ones.

I did pick up a case of their Sunshine Wit this summer (should have tried it first, damn impulse buy) and it made for a decent lawnmower beer, but was definitely not my favorite American wit.