I had a Doppel Bock, 9.5% ABV, 19 IBU, that had been aged on oak. It was different. Not really sure if I liked it or not, but it was drinkable. Lunch was an Ahi sandwich with beer battered fries, and fries, and fires, and more fries. Fries were good. I'm not sure the sandwich was good, because they cut the tuna about an inch thick and put it between two pieces of ciabatta bread with mayo, tomato, onion, and lettuce. The tuna was so thick, it was difficult to get my mouth around everything and the sandwich kind of fell apart. Cutting it thinner would have served to make it more edible and cover more of the bread with tuna. Overall, it was OK, but probably because it was Monday, which is $2 pint day.
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