Sunday, April 01, 2007

Root Beer

We have two styles of Root Beer now on draft...

From Abita (New Rrleans), a very smooth creamy brew...
"Abita brews its root beer with spring water, herbs, vanilla and yucca (which creates foam). Unlike most soft drink manufacturers, Abita sweetens its root beer with the pure Louisiana cane sugar. The resulting taste is reminiscent of soft drinks made in the 1940's and 1950's before bottlers turned to corn sugar and fructose. Like earlier root beers, Abita is also caffeine-free."

From Victory (Philly), a root beer that is less coy and with more of bite.

Wednesday, March 07, 2007

Brooklyn means Music

We want to thank the group MJ & The Heretics for visiting Schnack last week for a pre-gig meal!

Saturday, February 03, 2007

Super Bowl

Lots of platters and specials.. e.g., 30 singles for $30, add cheese for $10. Also specials on ribs and wings.  Call for details.. 718 855 2879

Monday, January 29, 2007

Garlic Special

Valentine's Day Special...

It fights evil and is great to share with someone you love!

What is it? Garlic of course!

We say show your love with Garlic!
And hey, while you at it, save some $$ too.

For Valentine's Day 2007 Schnack will be offering its Garlic Lovers Special:
$12.00 (normally $17.15)
Garlic greens
A garlic single burger
RC Cola Pork Ribs with RC Cola and Garlic reduction glaze
Garlic mashed potatoes

Order for two and it's only $21.00 + get a free
Banana and Chocolate Bread Pudding..

(Normally $33, only one garlic greens order per couple).

Friday, January 19, 2007

Dog Fish Head

Dog Fish Head Chicory Stout, once made year round, has become one of their seasonal brews, and now that the season has come and gone there isn't any more of it to be had.

That means either the beershake itself must become seasonal or we need to find a replacement.. We have heard good things about chocolate stouts and one called the Edmund Fitzgerald (named after the ill-fated ship detailed in the Gordon Lightfoot song, "The Wreck Of The Edmund Fitzgerald." The captain on that final voyage interestingly was named McSorley.)

Six Point Brewery in Red Hook has a good, strong, dark stout we have tested before but it doesn't come in bottles and we don't sell enough beer shakes to give up a tap line...

Thoughts and recommendations are welcome.