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Welcome to SBC Restaurant & Brewery

We are more than a restaurant; we’re a friendly neighbor with your comfort in mind. We are more than a brewery; we are a stylish escape with endless possibilities.

 

Our Branford, Stamford, Southport, Milford & Hamden locations offer tasty menu selections for brunch, lunch and dinner. Dining out should be a unique experience, and the staff at our five restaurants will ensure excellent service, delicious food and a memorable time. So bring in your family and friends and share in the SBC experience. Your table awaits...

 

SBC’s 27 home-brews are processed with the finest natural ingredients and will satisfy all patrons - from the casual taster to the sophisticated connoisseur. We invite you to sample our incredible selection in our comfortable dining rooms or distinctive taprooms

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http://www.southportbrewing.com/
What are your favorite CT Beers?
SBC Tier One Beers: The beers and ales that make up this tier are on the lighter end of the scale. Easy drinking and refreshing yet distinctive.

Light: A lightly hopped golden ale with a refreshing and delicious taste. Pleasing and easy to drink. Compare to: Miller Lite, Corona

Big Head Blonde: An exciting and very light bodied ale, custom brewed with 50% malted wheat. Truly wonderful! Compare to: Coors Light, Pete’s Summer Brew

Seasonal Fruit Ales: Try one of our light, sweet fruit beers. Ask your server which of our fresh seasonal specialties is now on tap.

SBC Tier Two Beers: Some of our most popular brews. Each is well balanced and smooth, yet hearty enough to be paired with virtually any food.

Pilsner: An authentic Czech pilsner, light in body, crisp, crafted with Belgium malt and hopped 3 times with Czech Saaz. Compare to: Michelob, Harp

Big Head Brewnette: Pick up this brewnette and you’ll never let go! A smooth brown ale with a hint of sweetness. Compare to: Newcastle Brown Ale, Bass Ale

IPA: Our India Pale Ale is hopped 3 times giving it a floral aroma. Handcrafted by our brewmaster using eight English specialty malts. Compare to Harpoon IPA

Red: A deep amber ale, brewed with 8 types of malted barley and 2 varieties of hops. Very drinkable with a slight caramel sweetness and a subtle bitter finish. Compare to: Sam Adams, Killian’s Red

SBC Tier Three Beers: Our beer lover’s category. These handcrafted brews are hoppier and more complex. Sip, savor and enjoy!

English Pale Ale: Our brew master’s tribute to the ale that made Burton on Trent famous. An English style copper colored pale ale with medium body and a dry finish. Delicious! Compare to: Bass Ale, Pete’s Wicked Ale

Porter: A full bodied, deep-brown ale, crafted in small batches with English malted barley and 2 styles of English hops. Enjoy the rich, roasted finish! Compare to: Samuel Smith’s Tadcaster Porter

Stout: Smooth and very velvety. Dark roasted malts, flaked barley, and select hops are blended together to create this traditional Irish stout. Outstanding! Compare to: Guinness

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At 12:22pm on May 16, 2011, Bryon Turner said…
No problem.... would love to hear more about the project.
 
 
 

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