Kitchen renovations are near completion and we look forward to a mid March re-opening. While the oven and hood are being installed we’re paying attention to the details that help us bring you the best pizza and subs this side of the Currituck Sound.
It is our mission to bring you the tastiest brews in town and we owe a thank you to Anthony at City Beverage for providing us with our latest tasting.
Three of our top picks:
Longboard Island Lager: Our friends at Kona Brewing have taken their flagship lager and put it in a can. The special edition can pays homage to the Hawaiian Islands and longboard surfing. One of our favorite lagers just got better.
Firerock: By popular demand this Pale Ale will re-appear in our cooler. The Hawaiian sunset and gecko label may be what gets your attention, but you’ll be enamored from the very first sip. The refreshing aroma and crisp flavor will put you in your happy place.
Koko Brown: The latest in Kona’s Aloha series this seasonal Ale will make a brief appearance at The Wave. Kona tells us the delicious nutty, coconut and toffee flavor will send you straight to the beaches of Paradise, and we agree.
Kerry aka Mama Wave
It has been a busy winter here at The Wave. Our kitchen has been given a remodel and new oven, made possible by the labor of my family and their willingness to work for food. You may have also noticed our website has a fresh new look and we’ve added a blog. We bow down to our creative gurus at Webdrafter.com, Melodi and Kevin. Kudos to you and your creative team.
The beer cooler is no exception to the make-over, I’m referring to its contents of course. With recommendations from our favorite Hop Heads we’ve sipped and sampled a plethora of frothy brews. And the first three victors are:
California Blonde Ale – 100% certified organic from Eel River Brewing – California. This Blonde is a light and crisp with a perfect balance of malt and subtle bitterness. If you’re attracted to blondes this could be the one for you.
Second Wind– Craft beer in a can, another Wave Fave from Mother Earth Brewing – North Carolina. Uncomplicated and down-to-earth, the mild hop bitterness and gentle floral and citrus like character of this beer result in an invigorating experience. If you’re searching for your second wind, you’ve just discovered it.
And my new go to beer:
Bell’s Two Hearted Ale –Bell’s Brewery – Kalamazoo, MI. This IPA is defined by its intense hop flavor, malt balance and fruity aromas of Bell’s house yeast. This leads to a remarkably drinkable American-style India Pale Ale. Enjoy, I know I will!
That’s not all, we have more to follow as another tasting will ensue next week. … we’ll keep you posted!
Kerry aka Mama Wave