Chef Robert Wiedmaier's private label is Antigoon named for
Druon Antigoon, a mythical giant who lived in Antwerp until he was
killed by a Roman soldier called Silvius Brabo.
The Belgian beer sports an eye-catching label with the bleeding
giant. Antigoon is strong dryhopped blond ale, called a double
blond. The Belgian yeasts that are used to ferment the beer give it
some fruity esters in the nose making it an easy drinking "session
beer." The brewers Brouwerij de Musketiers from Ursel Belgium
created the Antigoon recipe for Wiedmaier. To read more and see
ratings, BeerAdvocate.com. Antigoon is
available by draught or bottle at most RW restaurants.
Antigoon can be purchased in large format bottles at Total Wine & More.