Easy Tiger

Easy Tiger is a new bakery and beer garden on 6th street over by Waller Creek. On Saturday afternoon, a few friends and I decided to stop by and try it out. They have a large outside patio so we decided to bring the dogs along. It would have been great except the wind turned chilly and the sun went away so it got a little cold. The server told us they should have heaters out in the next week or so.

They have a large beer selection, and the bartenders are friendly and will let you try a few out until you find the one that suits your fancy that day.

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I went with the middle beer here, it’s a Belgian BPA. Pale ale is my fav, you know. Friends went totally opposite directions with a super dark and little citrusy beers. So basically, there are so many beers on tap, everyone can find something here.

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Here is a little preview of the menu.

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We shared a cheese plate. That’s a pear jelly concoction in the middle. The blue cheese was my favorite and I would have preferred one more soft white cheese but I wasn’t disappointed.

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There’s that yummy blue cheese!

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Cheese and beer, who could ask for more?

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All the cheeses are from Antonelli’s Cheese Shop. Here’s a sneak peak at the cheese plate menu.

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Our other menu choices included the pretzel with homade mustard and lamb sausage with sauerkraut.

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The lamb sausage was on special so we decided to try it. It looks a little dry but was actually quite flavorful.

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Try it with a little sauerkraut, yum!

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It’s not what you typically get when you think of sauerkraut. It’s a lot more more cabbage-y and less sour.

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The pretzel could have been a little softer and little more salty however the homemade mustard was delicious and totally made up for it!

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Extra mustard… Yea buddy!

Some more friends came later and tried the pretzel with beer cheese which was creamy and hit the spot. Definitely trying that one again next time!

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And if it’s cold outside, be sure and zip your pocket sized dog up in your jacket. It’ll keep you both warm!

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