Golf is a social game that seldom ends after the last putt is holed on the 18th green. Virtually every round is replayed over a cold beer in the grillroom, or as we golfers refer to it… the Nineteenth-Hole.
And, with the onslaught of the micro-breweries coupled with a more sophisticated golfer/consumer, the selection of drafts offered at a course’s Nineteenth-Hole can no longer be just a simple domestic light beer.
Don’t misunderstand me, there remain those who prefer the old stand-bys, but there are just as many of today’s golfers looking for their new favorite specialty brew.
Wheat beers, unfiltered ales, ambers, lagers, pilsners, stouts, pale ales, hoppy IPA’s, not so hoppy IPA’s, beers from local craft brewers even a specialty like a half Guinness and half Bass called a “Black & Tan”.
Of course, it’s difficult for a golf course’s Nineteenth-Hole to have an unlimited selection of beers on tap. But, given that a round is not truly finished until a foursome leaves the Nineteenth-Hole, many golf facilities are adding draft lines.
When making your next tee time you might ask a question that’s becoming less and less uncommon:
“What’s on tap in your Nineteenth-Hole?”
Enjoy your next round of golf with your golfing pals… including your favorite ice cold beer on draft in the Nineteenth-Hole!
The Nineteenth Hole’s at both The Oaks and Candia Woods each have 16 on tap.