Belgian National Day

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Belgium's national holiday commemorates July 21st, 1831 on which Leopold of Saxe-Cobourg swore allegiance to the new Belgian constitution, thus becoming the nation’s first monarch. The king’s vow marked the start of the independent state of Belgium under a constitutional monarchy and parliament. We’ll celebrate Belgium’s independence day through the weekend in classic HopCat Fashion- with our favorite beer & food offerings.

In addition, limited-edition, HopCat Belgian Day glassware will be available. Ask your server or bartender for details.

==Belgian Draft Selection==

Brouwerij Van Eeecke - Poperings Hommel – 7.5% - Belgian Golden Strong Ale

Brouwerij Van Steenberge - Monk’s Café Flemish Sour Ale – 5.5% - Oud Bruin

Brouwerij Van Honsebrouck - Kasteel Rouge – 8% - Belgian Quad with Sweet Cherry Liqueur

Brouwerij De Brabandere - Petrus Aged Pale Ale – 7.3% - Oak BA Belgian Wild Pale Ale

Brouwerij Van Honsebrouck - Bacchus Oud Bruin – 4.5% - Oud Bruin

Brouwerij Van Honsebrouck - St. Louis Gueuze Fond Tradition – 5% - Gueuze

Brouwerij Van Steenberge - Gulden Draak Brewmasters Reserve – 10.5% - Whiskey BA Belgian Dark Strong Ale

Brouwerij Van Honsebrouck - Kasteel Cuvee Du Chateau – 11% - Belgian Quad


See your server or bartender for the bottle list, we always have numerous, authentic Belgian beers to choose from. Ask for a suggestion and we'll find something that suits you perfectly, and we’ll give you a free HopCat logo Belgian beer glass to take home while supplies last.

==Food Features==

A dozen PEI mussels steamed in beer with garlic cream, ported braised mushrooms & hickory smoked bacons. Served with grilled baguette, lemon and fresh scallions.

Crack Frites
Our awesome, beer-battered French fries sprinkled with our signature cracked pepper seasoning, served Belgian-style with blue cheese-black pepper aioli and pesto aioli.
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By: HopCat - Detroit

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