Another spot visited in Queenstown was the Smith Craft Beer House.
You can pretty much deduce what they have based on the name. And you can order a sampler of whatever you like. Based on their large selection, the bartender chose several for the table based on our taste. The six that came to the table were:
From left to right:
Garage Prospect, Teas & Tea, Spicy Brown Ale, 6.2% — very dark
Horse Box, Vigilante, IPA, 5.8% — tasted a bit like tea
Horse Box, Storm Hopper, APA, 5.7% — crisp and not too hoppy
Beer Barrons, Lady Danger, Red Ale, 6.5% — red definitely describes it
Wigram Tornado, IPA, 6.6% — bit of fruit, not much else, slightly bitter
Tuatora/Coucher, Summer Gold Golden Ale, 4.5% — light, totally an ale
For lunch we ordered a pizza, half with cheese half without. The crust on this thing was amazing. So light and fluffy! One of the best pizzas I’ve had. Great stuff.