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12 Delicious Beers to Try at The Tavern at Windsor Park

Beer, Food & Drink

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Written by SOB Creative

Published on August 8, 2021

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Located on Transit Road in Williamsville, The Tavern at Windsor Park is “a hometown tavern with an English accent.” 

If you’ve never been, you can expect a vast menu full of all of your favorite classic American pub foods like gourmet burgers and mouth watering sandwiches, plus a few English pub favorites like fish & chips and bangers & mash.

But more importantly, The Tavern at Windsor Park is also a seriously underrated spot for beer-lovers in Western New York.

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That’s right— choose from 48 different drafts, imports, and craft beers that include local brews crafted right here in Buffalo to popular national beer brands beloved by all of America. With a selection that covers everything from hoppy IPAs to pilsners to fruity sours, there’s something for everyone at The Tavern at Windsor Park, no matter what you’re into!

Here are 12 unique brews that you absolutely need to check out at The Tavern at Windsor Park:

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IPAs

  1. Hayburner – American IPA | Big Ditch Brewing Co. 

If you’ve never had a Hayburner, are you even a Western New Yorker? This is a luscious and citrusy IPA with primary notes of orange, melon, grapefruit, and a slightly earthy finish.

  1. Juice Caboose – New England IPA | Flying Bison Brewing

Check out this unique, locally brewed IPA, featuring low bitterness but huge candied orange, pineapple and honeydew aroma, plus flavor from New Zealand and American hops.

Pales & Golden Ales

  1. Big Wave – Golden Ale | Kona Brewing Co.

Brewed in Hawaii, the Big Wave Golden Ale is an easy-drinking, refreshing summertime ale with a subtle fruitiness and a delicate hop aroma.

PIlsners & Lagers

  1. Bridge Pilsner | Resurgence Brewing Co. 

This Czech Pilsner from Resurgence, a local WNY brewer, imparts distinctive flavors of white grape and floral notes that pair well with the breadiness from the malt.

  1. Vienna Lager | Devils Backbone Brewing Co.

With a smooth, semi-sweet taste that’s not too bitter or heavy, it’s no surprise that the Vienna Lager is the beer that everyone— including professional beer judges— seems to dig.

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Amber, Red & Brown Ales

  1. Scotch Ale | Rohrbach Brewing Co. 

Made in Rochester, New York, Rohrbach’s famous Scottish-style Ale is a strong, full-bodied ale with a sweet caramel finish. 

  1. Fat Tire – American Amber Red Ale | New Belgium Brewing Co.

If amber or red ales are your jam, you’ll love Fat Tire— an easy-drinker made with its own unique flavor profile.

Wheat & Fruit Beers

  1. Blood Orange Hefeweizen | Ellicottville Brewing Co.

Featuring a unique blood orange flavor followed by an earthy finish, this local brew is crisp, citrusy, and refreshing.

  1. Blueberry Ale – Fruit Beer | Rohrbach Brewing Co.

Looking for something on the lighter side? Try this blonde ale with a subtle taste of blueberry, crisp and clean with a noticeable hop presence.

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Sours 

  1. Creamsicle Orange Tangerine Sour | Three Heads Brewing

With copious amounts of fruity tangerine and orange flavor on top of a lightly tart, smooth sour base, this beer is excellent if you’re a sour-lover looking for something cool and refreshing.

Ciders & Hard Seltzers

  1. Más Agave Premium Hard Seltzer – Strawberry | Founders Brewing Co. 

Made of premium ingredients like blue agave nectar, real fruit juice, and a pinch of sea salt, this crisp seltzer is perfect for the summertime. 

  1. Earls Just Wanna Have Fun – Cider | OSB Ciderworks

OSB Ciderworks took earl grey tea and steeped it alongside some sumac to give it a hint of tasty lemon, making this cider an exceptional choice to sip on.

Which Drink Will You Choose?

With all of these incredible drink options (and more!), you really can’t go wrong.

Stop in and try one with a meal tonight – The Tavern at Windsor Park is open Tues-Thurs & Sun from 11:30-8:00pm and Fri-Sat from 11:30-9pm. 

You can find The Tavern’s full beer menu online, and be sure to give them a Like on Facebook to stay up to date on the latest taps, specials, and more!

The Tavern at Windsor Park

8444 Transit Road

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This article is a paid promotion by one of our advertisers. With these paid articles our goal is to share valuable information with our readers that we think you’ll find useful and interesting.

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