Rib Eye Jack's Ale House: Streetsville

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Rib Eye Jack's Ale House: Streetsville

Postby hopdevil » Sat Nov 23, 2013 12:59 pm

Opening January 2014

Mississauga Rd & Erin Mills Pkwy
Another Walker's Fish Market undergoing a makeover

It will be nice for Mississauga beer drinkers to have
an alternative to West 50.
This one is very close to home.

Hope to see some of you there.
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Postby SteelbackGuy » Sun Nov 24, 2013 7:33 am

This is a different location than the one already posted?
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Re: Rib Eye Jack's Ale House: Streetsville

Postby TheSevenDuffs » Sun Nov 24, 2013 11:02 am

hopdevil wrote:It will be nice for Mississauga beer drinkers to have
an alternative to West 50.
Your review of the Burlington location didn't seem overwhelmingly good. Can you elaborate? Was Muskoka Harvest Ale the only decent craft tap? How many taps overall? What were the other selections?

This is close to home for me too, so I hope to see good things from it...
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Postby JeffPorter » Sun Nov 24, 2013 8:50 pm

A little far south for me, but it'll be nice to have something decent in Peel, finally - if it's good, hopefully it spreads out...
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Postby hopdevil » Sun Nov 24, 2013 9:31 pm

Check out the Burlington menu: similar to Milton ( Live Bait Ale House )

http://ribeyejacksalehouse.com/Burlington/Beer.html

It's a good looking place - great for watching the games

Tough to find a better craft beer selection ( tap / can / bottle ) in these parts
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Postby hopdevil » Thu Jan 30, 2014 10:35 pm

It's Open :D

Visited twice today. It's a good-looking place with lots of TVs.
Service was great, once at a table, the other time at the bar.
Food: their chicken is excellent - I had the Tennessee Chicken entree tonight and a sandwich at lunchtime.

Special of the day ( Thursday ) was a 32 oz stein of Naughty Neighbour for $7.99+

Here's the beer menu: http://ribeyejacksalehouse.com/Streetsville/Beer.html

They also had Muskoka Detour, which is not on the menu. It's the stein special on Sundays.

Thursday night cask was Stonehammer Winter Ale. They had Nickelbrook Maple Porter on cask for opening night.

Great addition to the Mississauga beer and restaurant scene.
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Postby TheSevenDuffs » Thu Jan 30, 2014 11:30 pm

@hopdevil - thanks for the review.

Unfortunately, this place is exactly the opposite of what I want to see in a craft beer bar/restaurant. If I want to drink bottles, I will stay home. I go out seeking draft and their draft list is below average for a place attempting to specialize in craft.

That bottle list won't stay fresh.

Here's to hoping that they step up the quality of the taps and spend less time on the bottles...
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Postby Stroonze » Fri Jan 31, 2014 10:15 am

Their bottle list seems to be everything that you can get any any lcbo. 8 bucks for a can of hops and bolts?
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Postby MatttthewGeorge » Fri Jan 31, 2014 4:25 pm

hopdevil wrote:Thursday night cask was Stonehammer Winter Ale.

Great addition to the Mississauga beer and restaurant scene.


That's actually our Harvest Ale that we make for The Wooly in Guelph.
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Postby midlife crisis » Fri Jan 31, 2014 8:24 pm

TheSevenDuffs wrote:Unfortunately, this place is exactly the opposite of what I want to see in a craft beer bar/restaurant. If I want to drink bottles, I will stay home. I go out seeking draft and their draft list is below average for a place attempting to specialize in craft..


I guess so, but it's also about four times as good as anything within a ten mile radius is it not? I mean there's 666, Mad Tom, Naughty Neighbour, Welly ESB. Already two different casks. Sounds pretty good for the otherwise wretched 'burbs. I'm looking forward to using it as a west end post-golf destination, personally.
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Rib Eye Jack's Streetsville

Postby hopdevil » Thu Mar 19, 2015 11:26 pm

Here is their current draft / can / bottle list:
http://ribeyejacksalehouse.com/Streetsville/Beer.html

Recent Thursday casks: Quick Brown Fox ESB, Twice as Mad Tom

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