Why the Hand Pies?

Lineage Brewing’s Food Vision

Why the hand pies?

I grew up making empanadas with my family and it turns out that you can pretty much put whatever tasty goods you want into an empanada. You can also find something similar in all kinds of cultures. They may have a different name for it, but goodies inside a pastry crust is the perfect concept and has been a tradition for people across the globe. You might know them as Pasties, Samosas, Empanadas, Panzerotti, or Hand pies. When you can put your food in one hand and your beer in the other, it just seemed like the perfect pairing.

We didn’t invent the hand pie but we brought the first savory hand pie to Clintonville and have endeavored to make it a culinary delicacy. Mimicry is the best flattery, and it seems that we’ve started a trend around Columbus. But at Lineage you won’t find flavors like this anywhere else – our kitchen staff use pastry as a canvas for all of the house made fillings and dipping sauces that align to the season. Some items that have hit our taste buds so far:  Indian inspired samosa, a delectable

Banh Mi Pie

Banh Mi Pie

duck confit, a meaty banh mi pork meatball, a cheesy spinach pie, a summery ratatouille, a pot roast pie, Indian spiced spinach paneer, reuben pie, goat cheddar cheese pie, chicken pot pie, a butternut squash pie, a chicken empanada with ajii, and a breakfast hand pie. Not to mention the dessert pies that cure your sweet tooth: pecan pie, lemon curd, banana nut with chocolate pudding. It’s hard to decide, so get a variety of two-handed pies to share and fill your belly. Check out our current food menu.

They are all made to order fresh out of the oven right in Lineage Brewing’s kitchen.
Nom-nom-nom….