At Wally’s we can appreciate a good brew. Whether it’s on draft, or bottled, we don’t discriminate. While we’ve never encountered a beer we didn’t like, we do have a few favorites. Here are five of them you can drink right now at our pub.
With humble beginnings that go back to 1759 when Arthur Guinness signed a 9000-year lease on a dilapidated brewery at St. James Gate, there’s no doubt that this distinctively dark Irish stout is a classic pub staple. This smooth, creamy and perfectly-balanced beer is available on draft at our pub.
Originating right here in The Valley, Four Peaks’ Kilt Lifter is the brewery’s award-winning flagship brew. Amber in color, the Scottish-style ale has pronounced flavors of caramels and roasted barley with a malty-sweetness, a touch of smokiness with a clean, dry finish.
This summer sipper brewed by Bell’s Brewery in Michigan has made its way from the midwest to the southwest. Made with just four ingredients, Oberon mixes a spicy hop character with mildly fruity aromas. And its addition of wheat malt lends to a smooth mouth feel.
Hailing from Longmont, Colorado, this pale ale packs a fist-full of flavor. Brewed by Oskar Blues Brewery, Dale's has a hoppy nose and flavors that include pale malts and citrusy floral hops.
This gold-medal winning India pale ale has hints of peach, mango, apricot, and lemon flavors. Brewed by the San Diego-based Ballast Point, Sculpin features a lighter body that brings out the crispness of its hops.
Raise a glass with us on National Beer Day, happening on April 7. Remember to tag us in your foodie photos and #NationalBeerDay posts.