According to Alpine legend, the Krampus was a large, hairy, horned, and wild mythical creature who accompanied Saint Nicholas during the Christmas season...
...as he poured my samples, the bartender -turned beer school professor- explained the differences between the 3 different serving styles on Lennie’s beer wall; CO2, nitro, and hand-pull beers. You’ve probably seen the check marks on the chalkboard and been curious... but perhaps were too afraid to ask. Don’t worry -- I’ve got you covered.
Join us for the return of Chef Fred's Mardi Gras specials! This special menu will be available February 26-28 from 4-9 PM while supplies last!
Join us for the return of Chef Fred's Valentine's Day specials! This special menu will be available, alongside our normal menu, on February 14 from 4-9 PM while supplies last.
Join us at Lennie’s for our annual O Canada Specials from January 17 – 19 from 4-9 PM, or while supplies last!
Let's talk about why growlers are so cool and useful.
Join us at Lennie's for our annual Mardi Gras Specials from February 7 – 9 from 4-9 PM, or while supplies last!
Join us at Lennie’s for our annual Caribbean Holiday specials from December 8 – December 10 from 4-9 PM, or while supplies last!
Join us for Oktoberfest, September 29 through October 1 from 4-9 PM.
A festival to celebrate the venerable fruit is happening all week at Lennie’s, August 18-24th. Lennie’s TomatoFEST features a tomato-centric menu all week long and wraps up with a home-grown tomato contest open to the community with prizes for Biggest, Prettiest, Sexiest and Ugliest home-grown tomatoes, Sunday August 24th.
It is officially BLT season at Lennie’s. Nothing says Indiana summer like the bright, juicy, full flavor of Indiana tomatoes that ripened under the heat of the August sun.
We will host our annual “Bike to Lennie’s” event during the month of May. “Bike to Lennie’s” celebrates Bloomington Bikes Month by encouraging – and rewarding – guests and staff who bike Lennie’s.
We're serving Bloomington Brewing Company ales from a new pint glass! Known in the industry as the "Willi Becher pint," our new glasses are named after Willy Steinmeier, who in 1954 invented the glass at Ruhrglas AG glassworks in Germany. "Becher" is German for "glass" or "cup."
Parking in the outskirts of mall parking lots, fighting crowds, and waiting in line -- no thank you. I'd rather be sitting at a cozy limestone bar, snacking on some chips and queso, sipping on a Rooftop IPA, and doing my shopping at the same time. Come on in and let us help you check a few items off your list. We have some amazing gift ideas for the local food and beer lover in your life, including some freakishly great deals that you won't want to miss.