Categories: Bar/Restaurant NewsPublished On: October 13, 2007


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C’est What (67 Front St. E.) have made a few changes to their draught line-up. New and returning beers include Church-Key West Coast Pale Ale, Unibroue Maudite, Mill Street Oktoberfest, Durham Hop Head (cask), Black Irish Porter (cask), Black Oak Nut Brown Ale (cask), Great Lakes Double Pumpkin Ale, and St. Ambroise Pale Ale.
They’ve also announced the tasting results from last month’s Fall Festival Of Craft Breweries, and County Durham was the big winner with their Durham Hop Head, C’est What Caraway Rye, and Durham Hop Addict tying for first place in the voting. Full results have been posted to the C’est What website.
And for those with a sweet tooth and a sense of adventure, the dessert menu now includes Beer Floats: “Hazelnut Chocolate Ale, Coffee Porter, or Oatmeal Stout topped with a scoop of vanilla ice cream, whipped cream, and a bright red cherry”.