Last night I made it over to the newly reopened Oak Restaurant, here in Boulder. They did a great job getting that place fixed up and expanded. The place is beautiful.
The bar was nice, but they only have one beer on tap. Which is unfortunate, but the beer they had was Consecration, a Sour Ale from Russian River. YUM.
Meeting up with some friends a second time for the night, we just huddled at the bar enjoying some conversation. I found on the bottled beer list, the Grieskirchner, Austrian Pils. It’s a really nice, light beer. Very easy to drink, light on nose, so there isn’t aroma. Typically I like a beer with a floral aroma to it. It’s not a complicated beer at all, which I can often appreciate. It was easy to put down three of them, they are about 4.8% ABV, so you won’t be to zonkered after a session.
The only problem I had was getting my tab, which wasn’t actually my tab. It had two different beers and a glass of wine. I had three of the same beers. That’s what happens when you hang out with my friends. =) All good in the end.