June is the month of imported Belgian beers... or at least it is at The Porterhouse at Fraunces Tavern! New York's oldest and most historic tavern is hosting the Belgian Beer Festival throughout the month of June, bringing a new variety of Belgian brews to their selection of authentic Irish stouts and ales. Come by The Porterhouse for the best Belgian and Belgian-inspired beers, like the familiar Chimay and Duvel, to the lesser known but equally as delicious La Chouffe and Corsendonk, straight from the European breweries.
Unique in its own right, Belgian beer has inspired a number of Belgian-style brews from The United States and around the world. The Porterhouse has collected some of the best, like Japan’s Hitachino White Ale, New Hampshire’s Smuttynose Star Island, Maine’s Allagash Four, and New York’s Ommegang Hennepin.
On draught The Porterhouse has the highly regarded Ommegang Belgium Pale Ale and the breakout star of the summer, the Ommegang Fleur de Houblon Summer Ale. Also, for a limited time the unique Houblon Chouffe Dobbelen IPA Tripel hails all the way from Belgium.
Visit The Porterhouse at Fraunces Tavern throughout the month of June and enjoy a wide selection of authentic Belgium beers. The Manhattan Irish brewery always has something refreshing on tap!