The Asylum had a great selection of drinks on offer, that perfectly complimented their menu. Did you know they had 26 different types of Tequila to choose from? Ranging in price from $7 a shot to $35!
But here we’re going to focus on some of the draft beers that were available at The Asylum.
This is an English style bitter made with cascade hops that you can definitely taste. It’s a fairly strong brew at 6%
If the weather was hot, then the Long Trail Belgian White beer was the perfect choice. Light and easy to drink, with more than a hint of fresh lemon, this beer just screams summer evening drinking. This is a 4.7% abv beer.
A beer with a story. This one was first brewed to give profits to the relief fund for hurricane Katrina. It’s a mild pale ale, rich and full bodied with a hint of citrus flavours. 5% abv.
With such an odd name, you’ll be curious to try this German maibock style ale. Strong in hops and strong in alcohol at 6.5% abv.
The Sierra Nevada Pale Ale at 5.6% abv is a full bodied classic pale ale with a distinctive hoppy taste.
Brewed in Pennsylvania, Yuenging lager is refreshing and light beer, very smooth and easy to drink, it has a slightly sweet taste and isn’t too hoppy. This comes in at 5.6% abv.
Brewed in Texas, this beer is a gorgeous amber color and it’s packed full of flavor. It’s 4.4% abv.
Once you’ve got over the fact you’ve got to swear at the bar staff to order this, you’ll be rewarded with a gorgeous American IPA with added Belgian yeast from Flying Dog Brewery.
An American light session beer 4.2% abv.
The ultimate classic stout, brewed in Ireland and in The Asylum it was served up in proper British imperial pint glass. 4.1%
As well as the beers on draft, The Asylum also has several bottled beers available such as Bud, Corona and Heineken.