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Steve and Clark's Brew Pub and Sausage Co. #2
(Closed)
115 North Duke Street
Durham NC 27701
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Notes

Visited: September 21, 1997

Opened: 1996

Annual Production: 1,300 bbl

It's billed as the "World's Largest Indoor Insane Asylum", and they'll get no argument from me. It's a fun place, decorated by card-carrying FREAKS. Skeletons, flying gargoyles, monsters, etc abound. The bar area unfortunately reeks of cigars, but with Liggett Tobacco right across the street, it kinda figures. Also on tap: Miller Lite, Blue Moon Belgian, John Courage. Steve and Clark's apparently underwent a change of ownership in 1998...it's now known as Tobacco Roadhouse.

Updated: January 21, 2008

Beer List

    • Date: September 21, 1997 (#2282)
      Package: draught
      Place: at the brewery
      Score: 14½ points
      Overall Impression (3)
      Amber, high carbonation, moderate head. Smells like apricot juice. Blast of tangy apricot flavor, with malt in the finish.

    • Date: September 21, 1997 (#2278)
      Package: draught
      Place: at the brewery
      Score: 14 points
      Overall Impression (2½)
      Brown, thick head. Smells a little smoky, maybe. Lots of green hop flavor. Sweet behind that. Very very drying.

  • American-Style Pale Ale
    • Date: September 21, 1997 (#2284)
      Package: draught
      Place: at the brewery
      Score: 13½ points
      Overall Impression (2½)
      Dark amber, almost opaque. Malty aroma. Big bitter hoppy flavor, some of which is US Tettnang.

  • South German-Style Hefeweizen/Hefeweissbier
    • Date: September 21, 1997 (#2281)
      Package: draught
      Place: at the brewery
      Score: 13 points
      Overall Impression (2½)
      Brown-amber opaque, high carbonation, OK head. Smells of smoke and cloves. Very very sweet, sorta smoky, some banana ester late.

  • Specialty Honey Beer

  • Melon Head Red
    American-Style Amber/Red Ale

  • Northwest Pale Ale
    American-Style Pale Ale

  • Rhubarb
    Garden (Fruit Wheat) Beer

  • Satin Stout
    Sweet Stout or Cream Stout