Monday, 15 July 2013

Yellowbelly Brewery and Public House

My wife and I chose to visit St. John's, Newfoundland for our honeymoon.  Kind of a weird choice for October, I know, but we had an incredible time. One of the unexpected and delightful perks was that our hotel was about a block away from the unassuming and excellent Yellowbelly Brewery and Public House. During our time on the Rock, we found ourselves in the Yellowbelly a handful of times and were never disappointed.

Housed in a beautiful historic building with lots of lovely brickwork, the Yellowbelly brews four regular beers (an Irish red, a stout, a wheat, and a pale ale) as well as one seasonal (while we were there, it was a harvest pale ale). On top of the suds, the food was pretty tasty and the pub was wife-approved.

Beer lovers visiting Newfoundland would do well to stop in to Yellowbelly Brewery and Public House for a pint and some good cheer.

Stay tuned to the Bitter World this week and you'll get to read my thoughts on a number of Yellowbelly brews (though I didn't get to try their pale ale).

1 comment:

  1. Excellent - I have a trip to St. John's planned for the first week of Aug and can't wait to read some of your thoughts right before heading out to the rock!