Repping St. Andrew

St. Andrew’s At the Grey Lodge
The Grey Lodge would be a great place because of their beer selection and generally cool attitude but they take it to a whole other level with their Friday specials. Tonight they’re celebrating St. Andrew, patron saint of Scotland with Scottish beers, Scotch whisky and even some Scottish food.

Details after the jump.

St. Andrew Day Details
We have added a third saint to our feastday celebrations. St. Andrew, the patron saint of Scotland joins St. Patrick and St. George on our calendar. We will have a bunch of Scottish beers in bottles. We, of course, will have Scotch whisky, and some Scottish foods as well. The food and beer will available all day, Friday the 28th, from 11am onward.

Scottish Beers: Alba Pine Ale, Belhaven Scottish Ale, Belhaven St. Andrews Ale, Fraoch Heather Ale, Harvistouns Old Engine Oil, Innis & Gunn, McEwans Scottish, Orkney Skull Splitter.

Scotch Whisky: We have a variety of single malts from all over Scotand and some blended whiskys as well.

First Floor: Aberlour (Speyside), Bruichladdich 10yr (Islay), Compass Box Peat Monster (Blend), Dewars (Blend), Glenfarclas 105 Cask Strength (Speyside), Highland Park 12yr (Orkney), Isle of Jura Superstition (Highlands), Johnnie Walker Black (Blend), Laphoaig (Islay), Old Pulteney (Highlands), Speyburn (Speyside).

Second Floor: Benriach (Speyside), Chivas 18yr, Dewars (Blend), Glenkinchie 10yr (Lowlands), Highland Park 12yr (Highlands), Johnnie Walker Black (Blend), Johnnie Walker Green (Blend), Lagavvulin 16 Year (Islay), Talisker (Highlands).

Scottish Food: Scotch Eggs and Cullen Skink. We decided not to do deep fried Mars bar this time, but we will be making Scotch Eggs. Chef Mongo is very excited about deep frying hard boiled eggs. “This isn’t
something they teach you in cooking school”. He’s also excited about making the soup too. Of course we will have our fish and chips, but they don’t count 100%, since we will be using our usual cod, not
haddock which is what they generally use in Scottish chippies. (thanks to Sean Drake for that info).