The Brew Pub

Posted on January 11, 2010. Filed under: Dining | Tags: |

The brew pub is a novle idea in Northwest Indiana; actually its a pretty novel idea anywhere except for New York. Three Floyds is one of the few brew pubs not in the New York area. Set back in Munster’s only industrual spot, the brewery has made a name for itself with the large varity of beers it produced. I went to the brew pub for the first time last night, and instantly fell in love. It was a comforting mixture of the Heorot in Muncie and a best friend’s living room. They have ton’s of beer on tap, many of which you can’t get anywhere else but the brewery. Along with the 4 beers I had, I got their cheeseburger. It was a half pound dream of meat on a pretzal roll; I wish I could have gotten a smaller version because the half pound burger plus the abundence of fries (which are some of the best I’ve ever had) were impossible to finish. Among the beers I tried, the strangest one was Ham on Rye. I did not expect the beer to actually taste like ham, but it did. It is served in a pint, but I think with the strength of the taste it needed to be served in a smaller glass. One seasonal beer that a friend got was called Scarf Patrol. It starts out with a very strong tabacco taste and finishes out with a smooth coconut flavor. The smoothness is very suprising but complements the tabocco very well.

If you’re ever in the Munster, Indiana area, you should stop by Three Floyds. It is open 11:30- midnight daily (10 pm on Sundays).

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