What You'll Get
During the fourth century, when alcohol was considered a "wonder drug" of miraculous proportions, trend-conscious carpenters attempted to build homes out of pure liquid alcohol. Build your own castle of booze with today's Groupon. For $12, professional beer geeks and casual appreciators of today can enjoy $25 worth of an outstanding selection of lagers, ales, stouts, ciders, and food at House of Brews. With today’s Groupon, you can get your fix of favorites or expand your palate’s foamy horizons at the recently opened tavern and grille in Lutz.
While House of Brews prides itself on its beer selection, it also features a hearty, upscale food menu. Find yourself appetized after polishing off a plate of drunken cheesy bread topped with tomatoes, onions, garlic, black olives, and blue-cheese crumbles ($8.99). Move on to a fresh salad ($3.99–$7.99, add chicken for $2) or one of the friendly sandwiches ($4.99–$9.99), such as mom’s homemade chicken salad on multi-grain bread with melty provolone ($8.99). On tap, the House of Brews collection includes familiar domestics such as Miller Lite ($3) and Blue Moon ($5), as well as some more adventurous varieties, such as Sea Dog Blueberry Wheat Ale ($5) and heavier brews including Bell’s Two Hearted Ale ($7). The bottled beer assortment features 50 different domestics, microbrews, and imports, including the mighty 9.5% ABV Victory Golden Monkey ($6.50).
Round up your thirsty friends and grab up to three Groupons to use on three separate occasions. A kids' menu also makes this a perfect place to bring your second-favorite nephew.
- We are so excited to now have a neighborhood bar near our house. 24 beers on tap, 50 in a bottle (they don’t discriminate against domestic beer drinkers the way some other beer bars do), full liquor bar as well as a great wine selection. We had great service at the bar…They always have a smile on their face and make you feel like your money is appreciated. – nolegirl, RateBeer.com
- My husband and I were blown away by the beer selection. They carried his favorite (youngs [sic] Double Chocolate Stout). – sarah, Urbanspoon
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Feb 18, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 3 per person. Limit 1 per table. Dine-in only. No cash or credit back. Does not include gratuity or tax. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.