But if you are a beer drinker, Yard House is like beer drinker heaven. I'm saying this with no incentive at all from Yard House. They wouldn't have to pay me for me to talk about their beer selection.
As a self-proclaimed beer snob, I love the selection and the fact that I could go every day for a different beer and not have the same beer until halfway through the year. That isn't hyperbole. They have over 100 beers on tap and introduce new beers on a monthly basis. So when I put a goal of trying every on tap beer that Yard House offers, it was quite the undertaking.
The first problem: I know which beers I like and really want to drink every time I go in. So I'm faced with the dilemma of trying completely new beers every time I go or adding a beer or two to the one I was already planning on drinking. This is obviously a good problem to have. Like a baseball manager with too many good hitters. I just played it by ear every time I've gone in.
The second problem: How do I keep track of every beer I've tasted and know when new beers come into their rotation? This one started with me just writing down beers as I've tried them. When Erin and I swung in on our anniversary, we learned there is a Yard House app. Said app allows you to track and rate every beer you've tried. This was a revelation.
|Needless to say I couldn't wait to transfer my list to the app|
STATUS: INCOMPLETE (FOR NOW)