Pollyanna Beer Dinner
- Bohemian Joe's 17940 Torrence Avenue Lansing, IL, 60438 United States (map)
Join Polyanna and Bohemian Joe's for a chef-prepared tasting menu paired with Pollyanna beers. Food menu coming soon. Advanced tickets recommended.
Cucumber Feta Salad
with lemon poppyseed dressing
Smoked Strip Steak
on a bed of asparagus
infused with Pollyanna Nose to Tail
A beer with hundreds of pounds of fresh Raspberries can only be considered the perfect beer for Summer, right? Right. Beckoning for friends, beer gardens, and sunshine, “Summerly” will aid in the process of forgetting Winter because Winter is the absolute worst thing ever. Also, this one runner-guy we know even said it’s great after intense workouts. Brewed with three different kinds of wheat and 2-row malt from the good ol’ US of A, this wheat ale will refresh even the thirstiest of palates.
Raspberry Wheat Ale • 4.8% • IBU 13
The Full Lemonty
Optimism is great and all, but sometimes in order to open and operate a brewery in Lemont, you need to go “The Full Lemonty.” A crisp and clean golden ale brewed with white wheat, Belgian aromatic malts, and a blend of American hops leaving a delicate bitterness to balance the subtle, underlying sweetness. Both a gateway beer for new craft beer fans and an all-day sipper for the vet, this is something everyone can enjoy.
Golden Ale • 5.0% • IBU 20
In the 1890’s, Mazzie’s Place (pronounced May-zee) was one of Lemont’s go-to establishments for liquor, gambling, and female “companionship.” This American pale ale is our modern version of go-to. We dry hop Mazzie with four different American hops to give it a West Coast identity, but a malt bill consisting of wheat and oats leave this feeling more Midwestern and familiar.
American Pale Ale • 5.4% • 45 IBU
Sometimes, the English language just doesn’t have a word for something. There are words like YOLO, twerk, and OMG, but for some reason there isn’t a plural word for “you.” Sorry, but “ya’ll” or “youse” or even “you guys” doesn’t quite fill the lexical gap. Our Lexical Gap IPA is straight west coast, you guys (see what we did there?). Brewed with massive amounts of Citra, Centennial, Simcoe, and Columbus hops, finding a word to describe your gratification might be pretty tough. Most expletives, however, will probably suffice.
India Pale Ale • 7.3% •85 IBU
Nose Over Tail
Winter is just about the worst thing ever, so we can’t stress how nose over tail excited we are knowing our shovels and car scrapers might be taking an extended vacation. Literally translating to “May Bock” in German, Maibock is a strong lager traditionally consumed during the all too brief months that transition Winter to Summer. Meant for beer gardens everywhere, this beer is malt forward and silky smooth with just enough of a noble hop backing to balance the plethora of caramel and bread-like malts.
Maibock • 7.0% • 28 IBU
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