If you haven’t been by the new Eagle Rock Brewery Public House, you’re missing out on a menu that’s anything but pub grub. There are freshly shucked oysters, slivers of Broadbent country ham with mini cornmeal biscuits, and one heck of a pork chop from Cook Ranch.
Chef Jerry Su (brother of Ting Su, one of the Brewery’s original co-owners) did time in the kitchens of David Chang and, locally, Son of A Gun, and he’s just the guy you want behind your Sunday Super Bowl spread. This weekend, the ERBPH is offering large and small assortments of meaty sports fuel to get you through the game:
The small, $59 package includes 12 smoked wings, one pound of brisket, a half-rack of spare ribs, a pint of beans, a pint of potato salad, half-a-loaf of garlic bread, and six. cookies.
The larger, $109 package has all that, but doubled: 24 smoked wings, two pounds of brisket, a full rack of spare ribs, a quart of beans, a quart of potato salad, a loaf of garlic bread, and 12 cookies.
You can pick up your barbecue feast from either the Public House in Eagle Rock or the Glassell Park tap room, where you can also stock up on four-quarters’ worth of Revolution XPA.
Place your order here by 6 p.m. on Thursday, January 29. Game on.
Eagle Rock Brewery Public House, 1627 Colorado Blvd., Eagle Rock, 323-739-0081