No blarney here! St. Patrick's Day kicks off Stout Week, where you can enjoy flights of stouts featuring an array of deliciously dark roasted malts that range from subtle to wicked. Kick it over the top with special cheese pairings and the result is like an Irish jig being danced on your tongue.
Stout Week featured brews:
Outlaw Milk Stout
Mollie's Irish Stout
Russian Imperial Stout
Mollie's Irish Stout (NITRO)
Little Cowboy Coffee Stout (NITRO)
In addition, we will have rare offerings of:
Barrel Aged Sour Milk Stout
Bourbon Barrel Imperial Stout
Imperial Bourbon Chocolate-Cherry Stout
The luck doesn't stop there. We will have special food pairings available all week to enjoy with these 9 hand-crafted stouts. Ask your server for a suggestion.
If they answer in Gaelic, you should probably just go with it...
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St. Paddy's day charm comes on strong this year, with food and beer specials steeped in tradition. Monday March 17th we'll get the party started with:
$3 Pints of Mollie's Irish Stout and McClary's Irish Red
Corned Beef & Cabbage and Irish Stew with Dumplings
Plus, don't forget to come down and get your Great Basin 20th Anniversary St. Paddy's Day brewery t-shirts before they sell out.
But remember, to bring your own kilt.
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What’s your name and how long have you been at Great Basin?
I'm Alicia, and I've been at Great Basin for over 3 1/2 years.
What do you do at Great Basin?
I am a server but quickly becoming a sort of "jack of all trades".
What's your favorite part about your job?
Seeing my coworkers and regulars! I love them all, they make coming into work so awesome!
Tell us about the first memorable craft beer you ever had...
It was Cerveza ChiliBeso from Great Basin Brewing Company! I had one taste and was hooked. That day, I brought home 2 growlers and shared it with all my friends!
If you were a Great Basin brew, what brew would you be?
I would have to say the 20th Anniversary Ale, because it's so unique and and layered with a little spice in at the end!
March stouts make way for a celebration of the hop in April. Details to follow soon!
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