Craft Beer and Tryst Restaurant
Neighborhood Pub Atmosphere
Looking for micro beer or craft beer in Delray Beach? Or maybe just a good ole' cold beer? How about 300 to choose from at this gastro pub and friendly neighborhood pub, Tryst Restaurant!
Whether you live in Delray or you are visiting Delray, Tryst Restaurant is a local neighborhood pub in Delray, where the locals hang, and you should too!
This neighborhood pub in Delray Beach has definitely taken the edge on the craft beer popularity with their vast variety of craft beer to choose from.
Tryst Restaurant has over 300 beers on their menu, 58 craft beers, with about 10 different kinds of craft beer on tap!
Craft Beer on Tap at Tryst Restaurant
At the bottom of this page, you can read the reviews of the three top-rated craft beers offered at Tryst Restaurant.
What About The Wine Lovers?
And, yep there's wine for the wine lovers too!
How about 150 different kinds of wine, with about 30 wines being sold by the glass! There is a wine for every budget with a long list of half bottles and by the glass.
I’m a red wine drinker myself so I haven’t personally taste-tested Tryst’s craft beer, but I have some great testimonials to share with you and I think you’ll agree, that you should be hanging at Tryst’s too!
The Bar Scene at Tryst Restaurant
The bar scene is a lively atmosphere in a high-energy, friendly environment. They have a popular happy hour and nightlife that extends into the night.
You might call Tryst's a neighborhood pub, or an upscale tavern with a sophisticated flair, or maybe even a gastro pub...where the locals hang. Whatever you want to call it, I think you’ll like its style!
You’ll find affordable beer and wine prices with plenty to choose from!
And for your dinner, they have an executive chef who creates some delightful dinner dishes too. Enjoy dinner indoors or enjoy outdoor dining in their quaint courtyard.
Sunday Blues in the Courtyard
With Big Poppa E And The E Band
Come enjoy listening to the blues outdoors in the courtyard at Tryst Restaurant every Sunday evening with Big Poppa E and the E Band! The fun begins at 5:30 PM. No Cover.
Top-Rated Craft Beers at Tryst
I did some research to see which beers at Tryst have the highest ratings. I found the following three top-rated craft beers at Tryst's ranked 98 or higher.
Read on for the comments and reviews…
Dogfish Head 90 IPA Scores 100!
Notes of apricots, peaches, cranberry, maple syrup, and raisins... So delicious! It’s one bountiful fruit basket in a pint. I’ll come back to this one again and again.
Poured out a clear amber brew with a great light tan that was quite thick and left average lacing. The aroma is insane! One of the best I’ve ever smelled.
Beautifully floral with peaches, apricot nectar, more fruits that I didn’t have time to identify, weak pine, raisins maybe, thick malts.
The taste was incredible form first sip - the wonderful aroma just set that up. Intense hops of grapefruit, orange, lemon, sweet bready malts, soft caramel, tastes like flowers smell, weak molasses. It’s all just put together so nicely.
Chimay Premiere Reserve (Bleu) Scores 99!
The aroma was both spicey and fruity, but it is beyond me to determine which ones. Taste was extremely good as was the mouth-feel.
Aroma is yeasty and vinous with a lot of berry fruit, flavor is similar but more intense and deep with a long medium sweet finish that leaves very nice berry fruit flavors in your mouth.
Nose of yeast, vanilla, plum and other dark fruits.
Taste is sweet, a little spicy, and hints of booze. Leaves a very mild warming feel in the stomach.
Champagne is a perfect description of this beer. In fact I think I may be popping a bottle of this in celebration instead of the bubbly! Will keep for toasting or celebration.
Rogue Chocolate Stout Scores 98!
Pours black with a small dark mocha head. Nose is chocolate, brown sugar, cocoa & some coffee. Bitter profile.
Opaque pour with a creamy tan head, excellent retention, decent looking lace.
One of the most chocolaty beers I’ve ever tried. The aroma is incredible chocolaty and inviting. A good desert beer.
Aroma of dark chocolate, chocolate milk shake, a little espresso. Flavor is sweet chocolate at the beginning and dark chocolate and espresso on the finish.
300 beers on their menu, 58 craft beers from microbrewers. They've converted me. I'm now officially a craft beer lover.
Besides the great tasting food at Tryst Restaurant, the beer selection is really unbelievable with lots of craft beer on tap and in the bottle.
Tryst has an amazing selection of 58 craft beers to choose from! The names sounded almost magical right out of Hollywood. Bigfoot Barleywine, Chimay Cinq Cents, Midas Touch. Rogue Dead Guy. La Chouffe.
Tryst’s food is so good, I'm convinced they're sprinkling pixie dust on it, because I crave it again the next day.
We tried the Blue Point oysters with caviar, which were very fresh and delicious. I had the daily special fish, a Wahoo steak served over red cabbage with jicama slaw and a spicy mustard sauce. Delicious! My wife had the fish tacos, which she also loved.
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