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Aarti Kamath

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Arbor Brewing Company

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Not having a commendable experience with the options of beers served in Biere Club, I didn't expect much out of this brewery either until I saw their all-embracing menu. To my surprise they had 8 on tap and trust me there was none which I thought wasn't good that day. Be it the ale, lager or stout, I was subdued and delighted with whatever they had to offer. Their tasters are Rs.50 for a 120ml glass which I thought was a great deal compared to other breweries’ tasters. Honey Lavender Ale, or the Bangalore Bliss (Wheat Beer) are best if you opt for spicy finger food as these beers have lower IBU (bitterness index). If you plan to have a heavy meal and would like a strong accompaniment alongside, then go for an Irish Stout or an American IPA.

 

 

If you plan to just attempt their beer tasters, you may opt for Onion rings or the Mediterranean Veg Platter or simply the French fries to accompany the trails.

 

I would love to come again and give their burgers a shot someday. They have abundant alternatives for main-course as well depending on your appetite after gorging on appetizers and guzzling down beers.

 

 

Pros: As a microbrewery they are one of the best in Bangalore considering taste, assortments and moolah to compare with! Neat décor and clean washrooms! Approachable well groomed staff. Prime locale and Valet parking!

 

 

Cons: I might spot something in my next visit perhaps!

 

 

Recommended – Catching up with friends, Friday night-outs, Girly nights or simply to dine with your family as their food sequence is far-reaching too!
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Comments  (2)

Pradeep Rajkumar

Nice Aarthi Sweet and clear review.. But I am not a beer person. I love my single malt_ ISLAY and wine with food.. Aussie wines are the best flavoursome.. Best with Indian food..Will tell you AK.. Cheers..

Pradeep Rajkumar

You must try Guniess from Ireland and British Ciders... Always check out Aussie wines with red meat grilled medium or well done.. You will love it...