The Irish know how to cope with cold weather better than the rest of Manhattan. There’s no better place to spend chilly evenings in the breezy Financial District than at a warm pub serving alcoholic beverages
both hot, and cold. The Porterhouse at Fraunces Tavern offers shelter from the cold in a warm, cozy, oak laden bar. All winter long you can enjoy frequent live music from traditional bands and local DJs, as well as an ever changing list of seasonal and uncommon craft beers.
The Porterhouse has recently released a holiday invitation to its loyal customers and anyone who wants to join them in toasting the season. The best pub in New York City is serving house-brewed mulled wine prepared with orange peel, seasonal spices, and brandy. Additionally, they’re brewing “spiked” apple cider in-house with maple syrup, spices, vanilla bean, and Dutch’s moonshine.
You’re also invited to welcome back the dark with a beer and some holiday cheer! Some old favorites and brand new unfamiliar brews are taking up residence at the Porterhouse this winter.
Just a few of the seasonal beers at the pub this month include:
- Blue Point - Toxic Sludge Black IPA
- Sixpoint - Mad Scientists Series #17: Braggot (Draught)
- Troegs - Mad Elf Strong Ale (Draught)
Try these “Unusual Suspects,” some old and some new, on draught and in the bottle during December:
- Ayinger Celebrator Doppelbock
- Grando Plato - Chestnut Ale
- Oskar Blues - Old Chub Scotch Ale
- Rogue Oatmeal Stout (Draught)
For those of you craving the comfort of craft hard cider, you’re welcome to try:
- Applewood - Naked Flock Hard Cider (Draught)
- Samuel Smith - Organic Apple Cider
There’s nowhere better to spend the winter months than packed into a cozy bar with your closest friends and friendly strangers. Gather to celebrate the spirituous holiday season. The Porterhouse at Fraunces Tavern wishes you a Hitachino White Christmas! You can check in with the pub on Facebook or call (212) 968-1776 to check the availability of your winter favorite.