PINTS & UNION PORTFOLIO: Revised weekend hours, with a noon opening on Saturday and hangover relief on Sunday from noon – 4 p.m.


Noted local raconteur and occasional artist David Thrasher’s pub sign for Pints&union is coming soon to a facade on or near 114 E. Market. Note the city branding mechanism at the top.

Nice touch, Dave. Have I mentioned the pub is carrying ANCHOR Steam (bottles) and ANCHOR Porter (draft)? You’ll be reminded every time you cross a downtown street.

Extended Saturday hours at Pints&union begin on August 25th at 12 noon. On Sunday, August 26, hangover relief debuts from noon to 4:00 p.m., short and sweet.

Tuesday – Friday: 4:00 p.m. to 2:00 a.m.
Saturday: 12 noon to 2:00 a.m.
Sunday: 12 noon to 4:00 p.m.
Closed on Monday 

Fans of Woody’s Roadhouse will be happy to learn that “Woodrow on the Radio (above) spins fine 45rpm wax for your hangover recuperation and enjoyment in New Albany’s newest and hippest tavern.”

It’s slated to happen each Sunday.

There’ll be a unique Sunday menu: Croque Madame (above), Tikka Poutine, French Toast, Scotch Egg (below), Shrimp Cocktail, and Beer & Grapefruit Salad.

Otherwise, the daily food menu will change often. The best way to keep abreast is monitor Facebook.

This one is a top-level state secret.

Bottles of La Trappe Quadrupel, a classic Trappist ale from the Netherlands, have been added to the Pints&union beer list. As noted, it is my intent to have a strong core of Belgians (and affiliates).

For those who have enjoyed the exemplary draft Daredevil Munich Dunkel Lager, the third of our allocated three kegs was tapped earlier this week. When it’s gone, probably early next week, it will be time for Oktoberfest season to begin.

The final decision has yet to be made, but I’m leaning toward a traditional Munich interpretation. Also, Wychwood Hobgoblin continues to stand in for Fuller’s London Pride, and probably will remain pouring through September.

See you Sunday.