As we were driving to the brewery, it started snowing. Like really, really snowing. It made for a pretty scene, but a treacherous drive. Unfortunately, we had traveled to Shipshewana for their annual ice festival when there was no snow on the ground. The early season snow had all melted and we were there on a day when the temps were in the early 40's and the beautiful sculptures were dripping. But, the day we decided to head home the temps dropped and the snow started falling.
|Pulled Pork with slaw on the side and chips|
We started out with a Texas Tumbleweed, a cream cheese and smoked Gouda cheese ball rolled in bacon, jalapeños and walnuts and served with tortilla chips. It was addictive and I could have easily made a meal entirely out of this appetizer.
Hubby and I were with three of our boys and everyone ordered something different. One kid got a Cobb Salad, one got a pulled pork, one got a beef brisket. I got some mac and cheese and hubby got the "Low & Slow" sandwich - a skirt steak braised for 8 hours, then grilled and topped with chimichurri aioli, grilled onion and greens on a ciabatta bun. It was phenomenal!
|Cobb Salad (LOVED the buttermilk dressing!)|
|Macaroni & Cheese|
Tried a beer flight and liked everything we tried. Favorites were the Millrace Hefe, the Heritage (kolsch-style) and Pear Pressure (Belgian Saison)
Being in Amish country, we were greeted by buggy parking in the lot beside the building. :)
If you happen to be in that area, this craft brewery is well worth the stop!
Goshen Brewing Company
315 W. Washington