04 June 2008

Dodging Duck Brewhaus - Boerne, Texas

Satan and I stopped in on Sunday for lunch and a beer. We had been talking about stopping at Dodging Duck Brewhaus for a year or so and finally managed to think about it as we were driving back from Fort Sam Houston. We arrived as the place opened and ordered a sampler. One of the wait staff brought us a bowl of tortilla chips and salsa, explaining that before noon on Sunday, they could only give us beer with food. Stupid beer laws!

The place has a casual atmosphere outside, a bit more formal inside. The deck has a great view of the park along the Guadalupe River. We were tempted to order something to go and a something in a growler, but there was no air conditioning outside.

I had fish and chips, which were excellent. My cousin had pork tenderloin with chimichurri sauce and looked really good, too.

There are only four beers on tap: a honey wheat, Biergesfest Ale (named after the local beer fest coming up), an English bitter (That was excellent! If I could remember the name, I would recommend it hartily! It was perfect with the fish and chips.), and a vanilla porter that was a little light on vanilla and should have been named a coffee porter (It was good, though! Just a let down).

Dodging Duck Brewhaus is worth a stop the next time time you're cruising down I-10 north of San Antonio.

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