I admit, I'm a beer snob. This is why I loved Bitter Esters. Came across the little restaurant after we ate at Sage Creek (always great food) and bought the sampler of the on-site brews. Particularly loved Red Medicine, even though I'm mostly a pale ale and porter drinker. The stout was really good too and the pale ale, while not my favorite, was nicely done. Didn't try the food yet, so rated it for the beer. The menu looks good: some unique items as well as ordinary and a lot of variety for a small, rural restaurant The beer selection was amazing; in addition to the home brews, a huge list of bottled and a handful of drafts, and not your ordinary beers; they had Old Rasputin and Monks Cafe and something called Hopsession and that is just a tiny sample. Everything from wheats and blondes to porters and stouts, also a sour ale and a barley wine! I wish I could drink more than two beers in an evening because I want to go back and try everything!
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