Here are the beers of the month!
Here are the beers of the month!
Has a bright crisp Apple flavor, just like biting into a fresh apple.
Bass is a full-flavored English ale that is still brewed according to its original recipe.
Smooth, rich and nutty a classically crafted Scottish Ale
The flavor starts crisp and tangy and ends with a coriander and orange spiciness. The Valencia orange peel gives a subtle sweetness to the beer.
Boddingtons a medium-bodied English pale ale renowned for its golden color, distinctive creamy head, smooth body and easy drinking character.
A light beer brewed in Golden, Colorado and Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
A hop lover’s dream with a fruity aroma, set off by a dry malt middle, and long hop finish.
A complex and flavourful lager, happy and citrusy on the nose.
Perfect balance of bitter and sweet with malt and roast characters.
Broad medium body for a lager, crisp and smooth at the same time with a grainy palate of a mouth feel.
Smooth, nicely blended bitterness, clean finish.
Bread and caramel malts, light citrus, grapefruit, orange, very dry bitter hop notes, touch floral.
Toasted/roasted caramel malt introduction with nice bready characteristics.
A pale ale lager.
A less bitter taste, a blend of light and dark malts for a unique, smooth flavor.
Samuel Adams two-row pale malt blend and Caramel 60.
Ask yor server for details.
Refreshing and clean with a balance of bitterness, sweetness and coffee.
A belgium brewed lager with sweet malts and a touch of hops.
A medium bolded flavor with roasted caramel malt for a subtle sweetness.
As always, the craic is at Meg O’Malley’s! We are a group dedicated to Irish culture and heritage who gather the first of the month, between For over five years we’ve celebrated Irish music, literature, dance, song, and folklore and we hope you will join us.
This month’s topic is a continuation of John Sullivan’s presentation of Irish instruments and dance. This evening’s talk will highlight the influence of both Irish music and dance in the United States. Don’t forget to stick around and hear the Meg’s Session Players, who play every at inside the pub. If you have a large party attending, please call for a reservation. See you there! Sláinte!
THE CRAIC SESSION IS AT MEG O’MALLEY’S!
We trust you had a happy Christmas, filled with family, friends, love, and laughter. And here’s wishing you the same in the New Year!
We’re a group dedicated to the heritage and culture of Ireland. On the first Tuesday of each month we meet at Meg O’Malley’s between 5.00-6.30 P.M. to catch up, learn something, share a pint and some food, sing, and most importantly, enjoy the craic. During this month’s meeting we’ll be playing Irish trivia, back by popular demand! And yes, the buzzers have been found. Gather your clan or playmates and let’s shake some shamrocks!
Ath-bhliain fé mhaise duít!
Please check out and join our “What’s the Craic?” Facebook page.
Also, if you interested in joining the AOH or learning more about the organizations, please visit either of these websites:
Meg O'Malley's Restaurant & Irish Pub
812 E. New Haven Ave., Melbourne, FL 32901
Tel. No. (321) 952-5510
Hours of Operation:
Sunday: Brunch 11:00am-2:00pm, 11:00am-Midnight
Please call us for a quick response for your catering needs Tel.No. 1-321-952-5510
Coming from Orlando
Take the Beeline east to I-95, take I-95 south, take Exit 180, travel East on US 192 (New Haven Avenue) to intersection with East New Haven Avenue. Take a right on East New Haven Avenue, then look for 812 E. New Haven Avenue on your left.
Take Exit 180, travel East on US 192 (New Haven Avenue) to intersection with East New Haven Avenue. Take a right on East New Haven Avenue, then look for 812 E. New Haven Avenue on your left.
Turn West on E. New Haven Avenue and look for 812 E. New Haven Avenue on your right.