Red’s Porch Celebrates Fourth Anniversary

It’s been four years since Red’s Porch open its doors on South Lamar, and that’s cause for celebration….in the form of beer, of course.

This Sunday, November 17, the two-story South Austin bar and restaurant will be unleashing some throwback menu items, as well as a list of special tappings from breweries like Real Ale, Sierra Nevada and Southern Tier to honor the occasion.


Here’s a list of the special tappings straight from the horse’s mouth Facebook page

Sierra Nevada Red Ryeot – (Tapped at 4pm) Red IPA w/ Rye, wheat and fresh hops from the fields at the Brewery in Chico, CA. 6.5% ABV ****NO other place in Texas will have this available!

Dogfish Head 120 Minute –Very Strong Continuous Hopped Imperial IPA (120 IBUs) 15-20% ABV

Real Ale Benedictum – Flanders style Sour Brown Ale finished with tart Cherries 6.2% ABV

Saint Arnold Pumpkinator (Cask tapped at 4pm) – Imperial Pumpkin Stout -big, black, full of spice, full of flavor beer. 10% ABV

Southern Tier Krampus – Imperial Helles lager – European tradition is that Krampus was St. Nicholas’ evil sidekick and enforcer of the list 9% ABV.

Boulevard Rye on Rye – Rye Ale Aged in Charred Oak Rye Whiskey Barrels (Cellar Aged January 2013 release) 12% ABV

Founders Backwoods Bastard – Malty Scotch Style ale aged in Oak Bourbon Barrels 10.2% ABV

Great Divide Espresso Oak Aged Yeti– Imperial Stout brewed with Denver’s Pablo’s espresso (Cellar Aged January 2013 release) 9.5% ABV

Congrats to Red’s Porch on four years in the ’04.


1 Comment on Red’s Porch Celebrates Fourth Anniversary

  1. Awesome!

    Sent from my iPhone Joe Perez


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