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5 Year Anniversary ~ Thursday, September 4, 2014

Posted Monday, August 25, 2014 by Mona Shah


 

Thursday, September 4th, marks Haven Gastropub's 5-year anniversary! We still remember our opening day vividly - amidst a half million guests in town for Orange International Street Fair 2009! Within minutes, we were 3-deep at the bar and since that day, the ride has only gotten better.

To celebrate on our exact anniversary of opening, we'll be opening early at 10 AM and presenting what is no doubt one of our most impressive line-up of craft beers on tap to date, along with specials throughout the day.

We will be tapping the following beers throughout the day, so keep an eye on our Facebook page HERE to stay apprised of when your favorites will be available:

2009 Paradox Smokehead - BrewDog
2010 Devine Rebel - BrewDog / Mikkeller
Mixtape Vo. 6 - Stone Brewing Co.
2009 - Imperial Russian Stout - Stone Brewing Co.
Bang Bang - Stone Brewing
The Beast Grand Cru - Avery Brewing Company
Dark Pumpkin Sour - Almanac Beer Co.
Heirloom Pumpkin - Almanac Beer Co.
Mach 10 - Bear Republic Brewing Co.
Dr. Strange Matter - Bottle Logic and Iron Fist
Pliny the Elder - Russian River Brewing Company
Blind Pig - Russian River Brewing Company
Melrose - Beachwood BBQ and Brewing
Tovarish - Beachwood BBQ and Brewing
Naughty Sauce (Nitro) - Noble Ale Works
Cinnamon Roast Crunch (Nitro) - Noble Ale Works
Barrel 2 – Noble Ale Works
Shinook Showers – Noble Ale Works
Cuvee De Tomme - The Lost Abbey
The Angel's Share Grand Cru - The Lost Abbey
The Blacker the Berry (Nitro) - Tustin Brewing Co.
Not Normal - Highland Park Brewing Co.

FEATURED BEER FLIGHTS
At 10 AM, we’ll be offering the following flights (while they last):

BrewDog
Flight of 2 Beers:
Sink The Bismarck (Quadruple IPA - 41 % ABV)
Tactical Nuclear Penguin (Imperial Stout - 32 % ABV)

BrewDog Paradox
Flight of 4 Whisky Beers: Speyside (Batch 010), Islay (Batch 008), Glen Grant (Batch 003), and Port Dundas (Batch 013)

Sam Adams Utopias
Flight of 3 Limited Edition Beers: 2011, 2012 (10-Year Anniversary) and 2013

Cascade Brewing
Flight of 6 Sours: Strawberry, The Vine, Noyaux, Kriek, Sang Royal, and Apricot

The Bruery
Flight of 3 Beers: Black Tuesday, Bottleworks XII, The Wanderer

CHEF’S SPECIALS
Our Chefs will be offering the following specials from the kitchen:

10-11 AM
Haven Burger + Dr. Strange Matter = $10
*Enjoy our noted Haven Burger, served a la carte, with Dr. Strange Matter, a collaboration for the OC Brew Ha Ha from Bottle Logic and Iron Fist, for only $10!

3-4 PM
Suckling Pig Street Tacos + Blind Pig = $10
*Our Chefs will be roasting a whole Suckling Pig for the occasion and we’ll be serving it up in the form of Street Tacos! Enjoy 2 tacos and Blind Pig by Russian River for only $10! We’ll also be tapping Pliny the Elder at this time, so you have a great excuse to leave work early!

Make plans now -- this is an all-day celebration you do not want to miss.

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An Evening with Bottle Logic Brewing ~ Tuesday, August 19th

Posted Wednesday, August 13, 2014 by Mona Shah
On Tuesday, August 19th, we'll be hosting a very special evening with our friends at Anaheim's Bottle Logic Brewing. Beginning at 6 p.m., we'll have the following craft beers from Bottle Logic taking over all 14 taps at Haven Gastropub:

Tattered Prince
Mother Heifer
Recursion 3.0
Clock Weisse
Counter Clock Weisse
She Shot First
Leche Mole
Double Actuator
Toasted in Tahiti
Green Jade
Lagerithm
Polarity
Hanamachi
Special Cask - to be revealed

All of us at Haven are big fans of Bottle Logic. Their commitment to excellence and passion for craft beer is what makes them great. This event will allow you to experience unique flavor combinations and techniques, and the Bottle Logic team will be on hand to share a beer with you!

Come early! First come, first served!
#craftbeer #bottlelogic #havengastropub

Wild Night with The Bruery - June 9th

Posted Thursday, May 22, 2014 by Mona Shah
Looking for a little something wild? Are you an adventurous eater? Rare beer lover? Do you want to have a good time? Are you looking to be the envy of your friends?

On June 9th at 6 p.m., Haven Gastropub in Orange would be honored to have you attend:

WILD NIGHT WITH THE BRUERY
4 wild courses, 4 wild ales


4 rare beers from The Bruery, paired with 4 dishes crafted in the Haven Gastropub kitchen.
CEO and Founder of The Bruery, Patrick Rue, will be on hand to discuss the rare beers you will be tasting.
Executive Chef Greg Daniels and Chef de Cuisine Craig Brady, will be discussing the menu, and the process of pairing wild ales with food.
Full menu TBA, with a focus on wild foods: game, fowl, seafood, vegetables

$65 per person
Vegetarian menu available

Beers being poured (pairings will be announced with menu):

> Sans Pagaie - Sour Blonde aged in oak with cherries

> Melange #1 - Blend of Black Tuesday & young Oude Tart

> Tart of Darkness - Dark Sour Stout aged in oak barrels previously housing Black Tuesday

> Bottleworks XII - Berliner Weiss/Imperial Witbier with Raspberries

> The Wanderer - Dark Sour Ale aged in barrels with blackberries and bing cherries

> Sour in the Rye with Kumquat - Rye-based Sour Ale aged in oak with kumquats

> As an added bonus, we will be pouring a firkin (cask ale) blended especially for the evening:
Anniversary Ale & Oude Tart blend with quince chutney

AS IF THAT WASN'T ENOUGH TO GET YOUR ATTENTION...


Just to make things a little more "wild," we plan to pour a little BLACK TUESDAY, one of the most coveted beers from The Bruery, as an after dinner treat. We know it isn't a "wild ale," but we think you deserve it anyway!

We expect this event to sell out, so get your tickets now, to avoid missing out:
TICKETS FOR A WILD NIGHT WITH THE BRUERY

20th Anniversary of Global Beer Network | May 27th

Posted Saturday, May 17, 2014 by Mona Shah
We'll be extending our Memorial Weekend till Tuesday, May 27th when Haven Gastropub hosts a 20th Anniversary Celebration of the Global Beer Network! We will feature beers from six of their world-class Belgian breweries, as well a "Keep the Glass" with a pint purchase while supplies.

2014 marks the 20th anniversary of the Global Beer Network!  To celebrate these years, and the years to come, they've put together events across the nation, beginning this month in Southern California in May. In addition to the anniversary celebration, we'll also be raising awareness for the Pints for Prostates charity. Global Beer will make a $10,000 donation, and we'll be contributing alongside all participating bars in the country to match that figure. Guests are more than welcome to donate to the cause during the event.

At 6 p.m., we'll have the following beers on tap:

Poperings Hommel Bier by Brouwerij Van Eecke N.V. (Belgian IPA ~ 7.50%)
Troubadour Magma by Brouwerij De Musketiers (Belgian IPA ~ 9.00%)
Petrus Aged Pale by De Brabandere (Flanders Oud Bruin ~ 7.30%)
Scotch de Silly by Brasserie de Silly S.A. (Scotch Ale ~ 8.00%)
Klokke Roeland by Brouwerij Van Steenberge N.V. (Belgian Strong Dark Ale ~ 11.00%)
St. Louis Gueuze Fond Tradition by Brouwerij Van Honsebrouck N.V. (Gueuze ~ 5.00%)


Guests may enjoy the beers in the following ways that evening:
> Standard Full Pours on all Beers
> Standard Flights of any 4 Beers
> A "Taste 'Em All" Flight of all 6 Beers

Come early! First come, first served.

Weekend Breakfast at Haven Gastropub in Orange

Posted Thursday, May 15, 2014 by Mona Shah
Finally, a reason to wake up early on the weekend! Haven Gastropub has added a new dining experience for our guests – breakfast! Our Old Towne Orange restaurant now opens at 9 a.m. every Saturday and Sunday to offer guests a breakfast menu that reflects our unique blend of old world European fare with a modern American twist. Guests will have the option to order off the menu from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. every weekend, with the regular lunch menu still offered at 11 a.m. A full bar will also be available to guests looking to enjoy unique morning cocktails, and Haven Gastropub serves Portola Coffee Lab and a selection of teas.

Following is Executive Chef Greg Daniels and Chef de Cuisine Craig Brady's new breakfast menu (all items offered a la carte):

HAVEN BREAKFAST
Offered Saturday & Sunday from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.


House Made Chorizo two fried eggs, pico de gallo, cotija, home fries
Sweet Corn Muffin lemon jelly, blackberry-chipotle butter
Citrus Cured Salmon sliced thin with baby heirloom tomatoes, pickled radish, cucumbers, and arbequina olive oil on toasted sourdough
Crispy Pork Belly two soft poached eggs, serrano pepper emulsion, vanilla gastrique, corn bread
Thick Cut French Toast vermont maple syrup, figs, mascarpone
Glazed Doughnuts

Duck Eggs & Hash shishito peppers, fingerling potatoes, bell pepper aioli
ON THE SIDE:
One Egg
Two Eggs
Bacon (2 strips)
Home Fries


Our decision to offer breakfast was dictated by our loyal guests and our culinary team had a lot of fun creating a menu of breakfast items that follow our commitment to showcasing the best locally grown and organic seasonal ingredients, and humanely raised meats.

We hope you enjoy it!

To see Haven Gastropub’s full food and beer/wine menus, visit http://www.havengastropub.com.

An Evening with Anderson Valley Brewing Co - April 1st

Posted Saturday, March 29, 2014 by Mona Shah
Join us at Haven Gastropub in Orange on Tuesday, April 1st for a Tap Takeover featuring Anderson Valley Brewing Company!

The following beers will be on tap at 6 PM:

-Winter Solstice – Winter Warmer, 6.9%
-Pinchy Jeek – Pumpkin Beer, 8.5%
-Wild Turkey Bourbon Barrel Stout – Stout, 6.9%
-Gatlin Damnosus – Sour/Wild Ale, 8.8%
-Basil IPA – IPA, 7.0%
-Mendo Mello – American Pale Ale, 5.5%
-Horn of the Beer – Barleywine, 10.3%

About Anderson Valley Brewing Company:

Founded in 1987, the Anderson Valley Brewing Company brewed out of a 10-barrel brewhouse, located in the lower level of its brewpub, The Buckhorn Saloon. Gleaming stainless steel vats brewed and fermented barley and other specialty grains to create outstanding ales, porters, stouts, and wheat beers. These brews began as a dream of Kenneth Allen to create the smoothest tasting ales available anywhere.

When the demand for their award winning ales exceeded the capacity of the 10-barrel brewery below the pub, theybuilt their present 30-barrel facility at the corner of Highways 128 and 253, a mile from the center of Boonville. That was in 1996, and this brewery saw themthrough a dramatic period of growth, which included the introduction of a 12 ounce bottling line and a production level of 15,000 barrels in 1998, twice the amount brewed in 1997.

Yet, the brewery’s growth was outpacing its larger space and expanded capacity. In 1998, construction began on a state-of-the-art, three-story Bavarian-style brewhouse. The centerpieces of the brewhouse are gleaming 100- and 85- barrel copper brew kettles rescued by Ken Allen fromdefunct German breweries during a trip to Europe in 1995. The new brewhouse went online in August of 2000.

By 2010 Ken Allen decided to retire and began to search for a successor to continue the Anderson Valley commitment to quality. In April of 2010 the brewery sold to industry veteran Trey White. In September of that yearFal Allen (former general manager 2000 – 2004, no relation to Ken) returned to the brewery as brewmaster. White has focused on innovation and quality, introducing the BahlHornin’ Series, expanding the barrel aged program, and increasing brewing capacity.

An Evening with Goose Island Brewing ~ Thursday, March 13th

Posted Wednesday, March 05, 2014 by Mona Shah
On Thursday, March 13th, we'll be joined by one of Goose Island Beer Co.'s brewers in presenting a two-part evening beginning up the street at Provisions Market in Orange with a Bourbon County focus and ending at Haven Gastropub, with a sour focused event!

The following Goose Island beers will be offered for the event:

PROVISIONS MARKET - Bourbon County Event
When: Thursday, March 13 @ 5 PM - 7 PM

Goose Island on Draught:
Bourbon County Stout 2012
Bourbon County Stout 2013
Bourbon County Barleywine 2013

Goose Island in Bottles (opened and poured with flights):
Bourbon County Stout 2009
Bourbon County Stout Coffee 2012
Bourbon County Stout Backyard Rye 2013

**Provisions 101 Students: we'll have something really special and rare for you!**


HAVEN GASTROPUB – Sour focus
When: Thursday, March 13 @ 7 PM - 9 PM

Goose Island on Draught:
Juliet 2013
Matilda Lambicus 2013
Lolita 2013

Goose Island in Bottles (opened and poured with flights):
Juliet 2012
Gillian 2013
Halia 2013

Goose Island brews an innovative selection of over 50 craft beers at their Goose Island Wrigleyville Brewpub in Chicago. Come early - events will be held while supplies last!

Pliny the Younger Release at Haven Gastropub in Orange ~ Feb 24th

Posted Saturday, February 22, 2014 by Mona Shah
Beer lovers can rejoice – every year, Russian River Brewing Co. releases their Pliny the Younger, and this pub-draft only, VERY limited distribution beer is available in February at select locations, including Haven Gastropub in Old Towne Orange!  Yes, and when we have this 10.5% ABV Pliny the Younger, we'll also have Pliny the Elder on tap!

Here's how it will go down:
Monday, February 24 @ 11 a.m. >> Haven Gastropub in Old Towne Orange
190 South Glassell St., Old Towne Orange, CA 92866. 714-221-0680

Pliny the Younger will be poured on a first come, first served basis.  If there is a line, we will give tickets to the line just before 11 a.m. for the purchase of an 8oz glass of Pliny the Younger.  The cost of Pliny the Younger will be $8.


ABOUT: Pliny the Younger
Triple India Pale Ale

Pliny the Younger, the man, was Pliny the Elder’s nephew and adopted son. They lived nearly 2,000 years ago! Pliny the Elder is our Double IPA, so we felt it was fitting to name our Triple IPA after his son. It is almost a true Triple IPA with triple the amount of hops as a regular I.P.A. That said, it is extremely difficult, time and space consuming, and very expensive to make. And that is why we don’t make it more often! This beer is very full-bodied with tons of hop character in the nose and throughout. It is also deceptively well-balanced and smooth.