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Article from the Examiner

Bohemian Brewery masters beer and food

  • November 3rd, 2009 9:36 am MT
Bratwurst and pirogies
Photo: Nick Johnson

I have eaten my way through nearly every item on the Bohemian's menu and cannot get enough of this place. Serving German and other European specialties, as well as standard American pub fare, there is sure to be something on the menu that will not just fill you, but satisfy your taste buds thoroughly.

If you are a bratwurst lover like myself, you will be happy to see several ways to enjoy the popular sausage. A unique option is called the Philly Brat, served on a toasted hoagie roll with honey mustard, caramelized onions, apples, and swiss cheese. The menu is quite extensive, everything from light snacks to hearty steaks and goulash. Great wood-fire pizzas and one of the finest garlic burgers made anywhere.

Their beer deserves special mention, as they are all brewed on-site with the finest ingredients, and according to German Purity Law. All the lagered style beers are allowed to ferment for a minimum of eight weeks to provide a crisp, perfectly balanced finish with full-flavor. There is no compromise on flavor here.

The atmosphere is classy, yet casual. Appropriate for a casual date as well as a night out with a large group of friends. It is also a great place to watch a game, there is bar-seating to casually enjoy. Bohemian also has free wifi, so you can get a little work done while enjoying amazing garlic fries and beer.

Bohemian Brewery is open 7 days a week for lunch, dinner, and they serve Sunday brunch.

Located at 94 east Fort Union Boulevard (7200 south)