Lunch Now: Ham Sandwich with Brooklyn Summer Ale Draught

A summer sandwich should be all about pig.  We suggest washing it down with a refreshing draught beer.

The house cured and smoked ham sandwich at lunch today features thick, juicy slabs on a baguette layered with mayo, arugula, thinly sliced red onion, and garlic-crispy guanciale vinaigrette.

A pink peppercorn-flecked pineapple chutney brings a touch of bright sweetness.  Choose from a side of greens or fries.

It’s a perfect complement to the crisp citrus notes of our new beer on tap as of Sunday, Brooklyn Summer Ale.

Summer is here.

Ham Sandwich (lunch/14.)

Both innovative yet traditional, Brooklyn Brewery has been churning out product you won’t find anywhere else. Bar Manager Ryan Goodspeed has been especially impressed with our rep in Florida, Richie, who is always bringing new product to our doorstep, including samples to try and also holding in reserve (pre-release) items for us.  This past winter, we carried its Hefeweizen and Black OPS (chocolate porter/stout) — both large bottle-fermented, seasonal limited releases.  Apparently there are more good things to come.

Keep us posted, Ryan! (And congrats on The Dominican’s inclusion in the current issue of Cheers magazine!)

Brooklyn Summer Ale (draught/6)

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