Beer Horn

Beer Horn

東京都港区赤坂3丁目17ー8 土橋ビル b1 / Beer Horn is a Beer Pub Restaurant in Akasaka where you can drink our craft beer from REAL Beer Horns! All Draught Beer and Stone Oven Food.
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Nutella Banana Crepes with Knob Creek® Bourbon Butterscotch Sauce by Chef Amy Jurist | The Good Pour

Nutella Banana Crepes with Knob Creek® Bourbon Butterscotch Sauce by Chef Amy Jurist | The Good Pour

Grilled Bratwurst w/ Onions Braised in Beer

Grilled Bratwurst w/ Onions Braised in Beer

Fantastical Feature: The American Craft Beer Cookbook

Fantastical Feature: The American Craft Beer Cookbook

Kölsch Horn Beer Horn's Kölsch-Style Beer! Great Authentic Flavour!  Try together with our Fire Roasted Chicken or Halb Hendel if you would rather!  Or try it with a Bretzel... Great Combination!

Kölsch Horn Beer Horn's Kölsch-Style Beer! Great Authentic Flavour! Try together with our Fire Roasted Chicken or Halb Hendel if you would rather! Or try it with a Bretzel... Great Combination!

Frankenmuth, Michigan

Frankenmuth, Michigan

Michigan...thought I would add to ur Michigan parade

Michigan...thought I would add to ur Michigan parade

Against Hoppy Beer - Slate Magazine Article  The craft beer industry’s love affair with hops is alienating people who don’t like bitter brews.

Against Hoppy Beer - Slate Magazine Article The craft beer industry’s love affair with hops is alienating people who don’t like bitter brews.

Hot Queso and Corn Tortilla Chips at Beer Horn in Tokyo!  Great Beer Snack!

Hot Queso and Corn Tortilla Chips at Beer Horn in Tokyo! Great Beer Snack!

Mini-Meatballs in Spicy Arabiatta Sauce

Mini-Meatballs in Spicy Arabiatta Sauce

Apfel-Griebenschmalz (apple greaves dripping) Piggy-backing, pun intended. One of the hardest parts about not writing in your native language is to find proper terms for recipes and dishes that are regional specialties. Like today’s recipe. We refer to it as Griebenschmalz or Grammelfett, a typical German and Austrian specialty served as a spread on crisp sourdough or rye bread and oftentimes found in beergardens or as a no-fuss, down-to-earth Brotzeit in Bavarian restaurants.

Apfel-Griebenschmalz (apple greaves dripping) Piggy-backing, pun intended. One of the hardest parts about not writing in your native language is to find proper terms for recipes and dishes that are regional specialties. Like today’s recipe. We refer to it as Griebenschmalz or Grammelfett, a typical German and Austrian specialty served as a spread on crisp sourdough or rye bread and oftentimes found in beergardens or as a no-fuss, down-to-earth Brotzeit in Bavarian restaurants.