Awesome Dinner at The Bobcat Cafe

After checking out the bottling for Flood Suds I came back upstairs and grabbed some grub and beers. They had a pretty decent selection of beers on tap (the most house-made beers I’ve ever seen at a brewpub of the size) so we decided to try them all.

  • Baltic Porter
  • Brickwall Harvest imperial IPA
  • “Chewy” Double IPA
  • Dennis Hopr’d
  • Downtown Brown
  • Easy Rider
  • Kolsch
  • Marzen
  • Marzen auf Ahorn
  • Marzen auf Holz
  • Saison
  • South Mountain Stout
The beers were pretty solid and I would come back just to see what else Mark has brewing. It sounds like turnover of beers is pretty quick and Mark always has something new.

We followed up the beers with two dishes from their new menu. So new the waitress hadn’t even seen these plates yet. The food was insane. Elise got the Eggplant parmesan lasagna with fresh mozzerella and I grabbed the juniper crusted pork loin with homemade sauerkraut, mashed potatoes, mustard rhubarb gastrique, and chive spaetzle (let’s face it just about every meal outside of the camp site this week was pork for me). I can go on and on about how damn good this food was, but I’ll just show you what was left of the plates as evidence:

Needless to say, this place will be a regular stop for us when we make our weekend trips to Vermont. Great beers, food and atmosphere. Cheers to the brewer and the chef. The only thing missing is some outdoor seating where we can tie up Kuma!

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