For too long the modus of the typical American brewpub was to make a passable amber ale and yet blithely underachieve with their food program as well. We don’t know if those days are necessarily over for America, but in Austin, the Brewer’s Table has obliterated those themes of beer and food mediocrity into a fine art installation of dishes like gochujang-glazed chicken wings and beer-glazed smoked pork ribs paired with a beautiful beer program highlighted by one of the city’s beer exemplars, Vor Ort – a German-style lager brewed with pilsner malt, flaked maize, and a rotation of hops.
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