We have two great new beers on tap this week in honor of SF Beer Week.
First up is Manzanita from Fort Point Beer Company in collaboration with Freigeist from Germany. We put this on tap last week and Lanny loved it. Smoked beechwood malt and charred Manzanita branches add complexity and a touch of bitterness that is nicely balanced by a crisp refreshing finish.
Next up is Patchwork, on tap at Moshi Moshi beginning Wednesday February 15th. Patchwork is a hoppy red ale brewed at Harmonic Brewing in collaboration with Triple Voodoo, and Magnolia breweries. A special Chilean malt gives this beer its color. Citrus notes interlace with the complex malt flavors while assertive hops add pop to
the finish without taking over. Delicious. It’s available only at participating bars and restaurants within the Dogpatch neighborhood.
Dine with us Wednesday night February 15th and try some great beers. When you’re done you can catch a shuttle provided by the Brewer’s Guild at Triple Voodoo brewery just down the street from us that will take you to Magnolia, Harmonic and Speakeasy breweries from 6:30pm to 10:30pm. See you there!
On Saturday 04th, Moshi will be offering all à la carte sushi at 50% off. *
*This offer is only for our stock on hand; no rain-checks. This offer is only valid for à la carte sushi and NOT valid for combination plates. This offer stands alone and cannot be combined with any other offer such as, but not limited to: Restaurant.com, donated gift certificates, other discounts and offers. This offer is only valid on February 04th, 2017 from 5:00pm to 10:00pm; while supply lasts
Christmas weekend: Saturday 24th, 5:00pm to 9:00pm; Sunday 25th, CLOSED; Monday 26th, 11:30am to 9:00pm.
New Years weekend: Saturday 31st, 5:00pm to 9:00pm; Sunday 01 st, CLOSED; Monday 02nd, 11:30am to 10:00pm.
On Saturday 24th and 31st, Moshi will be offering all à la carte sushi at 50% off. *
*This offer is only for our stock on hand; no rain-checks. This offer is only valid for à la carte sushi and NOT valid for combination plates. This offer stands alone and cannot be combined with any other offer such as, but not limited to: Restaurant.com, donated gift certificates, other discounts and offers. This offer is only valid on December 24th, 2016 from 5:00pm to 9:00pm and December 31st, 2016 from 5:00pm to 9:00pm; while supply lasts.
So couldn’t make Whisky Fest this year? Don’t fret its a whisky fest everyday at Moshi Moshi. In the Scottish tradition, we pour our Japanese and Scotch whiskies from a 25 ml thimble. 25ml is a bit more than 3/4 of an ounce which is plenty to get a real taste for any whisky and by pouring less the price of admission comes down which allows are guests to try more whisky. We have lots of whisky!
Our specialty is Japanese whisky and we have healthy supplies of the core age stated whiskies from Yamazaki, Hakushu, Hibiki, Nikka PureMalt, Yoichi and Miyagikyo. We also carry all labels from Mars-Iwai, Chichibu and Akashi and we have a staff that knows their whiskey. Lanny, Phil, Mindy and myself have all been to Japan and toured several of the distilleries there. We love talking about whisky and being able to share firsthand information with our guests.
Of course we have a great selection of Scotch and American whiskies as well. You will find a large selection of curated flights in our bar menu or one of our bartenders can put a flight together for you based on your tastes. All flights are done with 25ml pours.
If you like your whisky in cocktails we’ve got that covered too.
We have a new Japanese whisky cocktail in the form of some “very nice peach tea”.
Momo Cho Naisu Cha!
Iwai American style whisky, housemade preserved peaches, black ice tea, housemade vanilla syrup, dash of lemon and some peach bitters.
Iwai American style whisky – from Mars Shinshu distillery in Japan – is inspired by great whiskies of America. Kiichiro Iwai, the name sake for this Mars Whisky, was a silent pioneer of Japananese whisky. The whisky itself is a blend of mostly American corn whiskey and about 10 percent of Mars’ own single malt whisky that is then aged in ex-bourbon barrels. Very approachable for those who are new to Japanese whisky or those who like Bourbon and other American styles of whiskey.