|A picture from the OB website|
Back to food, one of the great things we did this weekend was visit Oskar Blues Home Made Liquids and Solids in Longmont. We've been to the original outpost in Lyons several times on the way back from Rocky Mountain National Park and both of us Raconteurs love the beer they brew. And, we went to this new location in Longmont for brunch a few weeks ago after a camping trip. Now, after a second try, I just want to say, it is definitely worth the trip (but find a DD).
The menu at the new location is larger with a greater focus on theme-- there's a nice mix of Southern BBQ (pulled pork, brisket, fried pickles) and New Orleans style grub (crab and corn fritters with remulaude sauce, oysters, red beans and rice, dirty rice, Po' Boys). The food is tasty and well-made and certainly better than most pub food. And most importantly, the food complements the tasty and creative beers brewed there as well as the large selection of guest beers they provide. Most of my dining companions opted for the beer sampler so they got to taste 5 beers of their choice for about $10.
I was driving so I got two half beers-- Mama's Little Yella Pils (a Pilsner that is light and refreshing, but still with a bit of hoppy flavor to keep it interesting) and the Columbian Supreme which was a dark stout packed with coffee flavor.
This place is getting a lot of good press, and is a much needed alternative to the chains ever present in lovely Longmont so it is also getting a lot of people to visit for happy hour and dinner most days of the week. If you go on the weekend, be prepared for long lines. But still go. It is worth the drive!