Everyday Business | Badger bustling with year-end menu changes
December 8, 2014 - bbq set
The always-bustling Badger Mountain Brewing in Wenatchee is undergoing some engaging year-end changes. Take a look:
Part 1: Country Boy’s no longer city boys
You grill lovers can contend bye-bye to Country Boy’s slabs of baby-backs in Wenatchee. At slightest for now.
It’s true. Country Boy’s Southern Style BBQ, arguably a many renouned grill grill in North Central Washington, sealed a Wenatchee opening final month after scarcely dual years of serving. Thankfully, a strange grill in Cashmere is still using full boar, er, bore.
Owners Tom and Anitra Dew non-stop their Wenatchee plcae inside Badger Mountain Brewing in Jan 2013, and Wenatchee grill fans rejoiced. “Business was good,” pronounced Tom. “We were bustling most of the time.”
(Reasons for a closure are difficult and still in private discussion, said Tom.)
The good news? Tom pronounced they’re assembly with building owners in Wenatchee to find another plcae for their restaurant. “We wish a grill in Wenatchee,” pronounced Tom. “We’re stability to demeanour for a space that works for us.”
Even some-more good news … Badger Mountain Brewing already has new food offerings and large skeleton for subsequent year. See “Part 2” below.
Details: Country Boy’s Southern Style BBQ, 400 Aplets Way, Cashmere. Phone: 782-7427. Web: countryboysbbq.com.
Part 2: Badger brews adult new menus
Barbecue has over Badger Mountain Brewing, though those drink drinkers still crave eats. So what’s subsequent on a brewery’s menu?
Manager Jim Blair pronounced a brewhouse changed fast to entice Chris Beck’s Gyros, a mobile food trailer, to set adult emporium in their parking lot. Now decoction buffs can squeeze a lamb-feta-tzatziki Greek sandwich and take it into a bar to accompany their drinks. The set-up seems to be working, too. A discerning examination final week showed a line of gyro-beer business during Chris Beck’s around 6 p.m.
But that’s not all. Blair pronounced Badger Mountain has skeleton to offer in-house goodies by year’s end. He’s articulate pizzas, sandwiches, paninis and the like.
And that’s still not all. Plans are underway for a full kitchen build-out to be finished in a subsequent 4 to 6 months that’ll give yield business with “upscale pub food” such as epicurean macaroni and cheese, fine nachos and baked oysters.
And that’s STILL not all. Sometime in a subsequent 4 or 5 months, Badger Mountain will open a new distillery to furnish a line of tough liquors. Blair pronounced they’ll start with a “white product,” such as moonshine, and work their approach adult to scotch and a single-malt whiskey.
“Equipment has already been systematic and is on a way,” pronounced Blair. “We’re critical about removing a distillery adult and using as shortly as possible.”
Details: Badger Mountain Brewing, 1 Orondo Ave., Wenatchee. Phone: 888-2234. Web: Facebook.com/badgermountainbrewing.
This weekly mainstay is gathered from “Everyday Business,” a blog by World contributor Mike Irwin. You can strech him during 665-1179 or firstname.lastname@example.org.