PHOTOS: Walk-Up Bar Menu Revealed for Regal Eagle Smokehouse: Craft Drafts & Barbecue at The American Adventure in EPCOT

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Regal Eagle Smokehouse: Craft Drafts & Barbecue is set to open any day now, and with that comes the reveal of the walk-up bar menu for the fast-casual establishment, which will boast a number of brews and wines on tap, as well as both alcoholic and non-alcoholic specialty cocktails for all patriots feasting on hearty meats (or plant-based burgers.)

Construction walls are down at the upcoming restaurant, leaving a number of elements, such as signage and recently-installed menus, in plain sight to guests.

From a distance, you can see the menu uncovered for the walk-up bar window. We’ve transcribed the full menu for your drink planning needs:

Non-Alcoholic Specialties

Berry Sparkler – $4.49

White Grape Juice, Strawberry, Peach, Blackberry, Soda Water

Frozen Iced Tea Lemonade – $4.99

Frosty blend of Tea and Citrus

 

Specialty Cocktails

Frozen Mint Julep – $15.00

Jim Beam Black Extra-aged Bourbon, Citrus, Mint

Tennessee Lemonade – $14.00

Jack Daniel’s Tennessee Whiskey, Odwalla Lemonade, Peach

Frozen Classic Strawberry Daiquiri – $14.00

Thomas Tew Rum, Strawberry, Lime

Moonshine Sour – $14.00

Ole Smoky Blackberry Moonshine, Blood Orange, Blackberry, Lemon

Texas Mule – $14.00

Tito’s Handmade Vodka, Lime, Fever Tree Ginger Beer

 

Beer

(16 oz.)

Angry Orchard Crisp Apple Hard Cider – Cincinnati, OH – $9.25
Sweet and refreshing. A favorite since Colonial times

Bell’s Oberon American Wheat Ale – Comstock, MI -$9.25
Wheat Ale, mixing a Spicy Hop character with Mildly Fruity Aromas

Cigar City Jai Alai IPA – Tampa, FL – $9.25
This bigger brother to the Pale Ale employs a significant amount of Hops with high bitterness and Citrus and Floral aromas

Samuel Adams Boston Lager – Boston, MA – $9.25
Golden-colored with Flavors that are Dry, Clean, Crisp, and Refreshing with Subtle Bitterness

Spoetzl Shiner Ruby Redbird Grapefruit Lager – Shiner, TX – $9.25

New Belgium Fat Tire Amber Ale – Ft. Collins, CO – $9.25

Sierra Nevada Tropical IPA – Chico, CA – $9.25

Ace Space Bloody Orange Hard Cider – Sebastopol, CA – $10.00

Wine on Tap

(5 oz)

Reata Chardonnay – $10.00

Rainstorm Silver Linings Rosé – $10.00

Imagery Pinot Noir – $10.00

Broadside Cabernet Sauvignon – $10.00

The following wines are listed online as being available in 250 mL cans:

Merf Cabernet Sauvignon, Washington – $12.00
250 mL Can – Cabernet Sauvignon with flavors of Blackberry, Toffee, and subtle Spice notes

Seven Daughters Pinot Noir, Calfornia – $12.00
250 mL Can – Light, fresh floral and mineral aromas with refreshing flavors of citrus and green apple, and a clean, fresh lemon zest finish

Surf Swim Chardonnay, California – $12.00
250 mL Can – Sun Ripe Aromas of Peaches, Ocean Cooled flavors of Pineapple and finishes with a wave of Banana Peels

The inclined roof structure has also since been moved over to where the smoker is, as part of the overall smoker setup. This structure is outfitted with a variety of safety alarms and sprinklers, just in case.

Bench seating and tables is set up throughout the courtyard, but has yet to be unwrapped.

Are you excited for the upcoming Regal Eagle Smokehouse? We know Sam Eagle is. Stay tuned to WDWNT and be among the first to know when it’s open.

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Jessica Figueroa

Jessica lives in South Florida with her 15-pound cat Gordo and a small army of Tsum Tsums. You can contact her, ideally with photos of your cats, at [email protected]

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Timothy Cochrane

Thanks for all the updates. Do you have to stand in the bushes to get these shots?

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Nah, just near them. We don’t take photos from inside construction sites.