So my in-laws wanted to go to Ruby Tuesdays for dinner the other night. For a chain restaurant, they have a pretty good salad bar and I snapped a picture of the beer menu for the specific NJ location I visited and below that is a screenshot from their site and direct link. It’s funny how many places are jumping on the craft bandwagon. I try to post information, so I’ll let you guys make your on decisions on the semi-blurry picture seen below but I have to tell you there are some serious flaws. I will be writing a letter to the mega-chain-corporation to explain my issues with their menu and wording.
7 thoughts on “Ruby Tuesday and their craft beer”
Jeff, Both Sam Adams and Yuengling are from independently owned breweries so they fit into handcrafted. It does not matter that they are more successful than most others.
John L is right. Yuengling and Sam were both on the side of the good guys in Beer Wars.
The pick one craft beer and run a special pricing on it daily. Whenever I go, whatever I order, that’s the special. Not a bad deal; and I have often found corporate owned = clean tap lines.
Honestly not too bad for such a venue – compared to some chain restaurants where the most "micro" are Heineken and Yuengling (nothing against it tho), I'd take it in a second
Big Adventurous Beers because it comes in a big container is lame. And where are the local NJ draft crafts? Vist uno’s if they want to learn how to carry craft
Better than most places out there. Seems like a very silly complaint. Sometimes I feel that the craft beer love slips into being a bit of a beer snob. Just my opinion.
It's better than some places I've seen that list Bud Light Lime and MGD 64 under their "craft" selection