Beer flights are generally served at brewpubs as kind of sampler. Usually it's like 4-5 different beers in smaller cups to give a sampling of all the beers a brewery makes. Most breweries do this nowadays.
Generally from a brewpub I can get a flight of beers for $5-6 for 4-5 beers or more even. Looks like this:
At BGW their specialty beers on tap run about $7 for 16 oz or $.44/oz. So if it's about the same rate, and $2.50 per beer, it should come out to 5.7 oz of beer. Hopefully we can expect them to dole these out in 6 oz cups.
I might see if I can sneak up there sunday and try one out. Unfortunately I have to work this friday and have a wedding to go to saturday.
They used to do a beer sampler in Grogan's not too long ago. The same plastic cups they used for wine was used for beer. Since I cannot drink beer (due to wheat allergy)- my husband said that it was a nice round for the price if it is a similar concept.
- Was disappointed to discover that you only get half of the Scottish Egg. But it it is REALLY GOOD!!
- Was told that the picture on the large Ireland menu is incorrect and will be replaced ASAP for the Bangers with Colcannon.
- Was told the Gravad Lox Rarakor has cured salmon that is NOT cooked; sushi style (if you like that kind of thing. Yuck!!).
- Plan ahead for your drinks. The booths I visited were NOT filling/selling your refill bottles with water, soda or whatever else. Along with the wine and/or beer, they are selling bottled soda, water in the big ice coolers. Cha-ching!!!