Just a heads up, look for more details soon.
December 8th, @ High Cotton in Greenville, SC
$45 $55/seat, should start at 6:30pm
Oysters Mignonette, High Cotton Cured Meats: chorizo, soppressata, coppa wrapped olives, chorizo & cheddar fritters paired w/ Terrapin Golden Ale
Crispy Seared Carolina Trout, Vidalia onion meyer lemon fondue, trout caviar, frizzled leek parsley salad paired w/ Terrapin Rye-Pale Ale
Maple Thyme Glazed Quail, bacon, corn pecan stuffing, apple braised cabbage, bourbon aged bliss maple syrup paired w/ Terrapin Big Hoppy Monster
Cocoa Braised natural Bison Shortribs, green grocer farms sweet potato mousaline, coffee cocoa braising reduction, cippolini onion tart cherry compote paired w/ Terra-rye’Zd “Midnight Project” Black Lager
Goat Cheese Panna Cotta, cracked pepper gastrique, pistachio nougat, bee pollen orange dust paired w/ Terrapin Sun Ray American Wheat
UPDATE: The price of the dinner has dropped from $55 to $45/seat + tax and gratuity. Also, Dustin Watts, VP Sales and Marketing at Terrapin Brewing will be speaking.
I am pleased to announce the 2nd Annual West Ashley Good Beer Festival on Saturday December 6, 2008 from 1pm-5pm @ d.d. Peckers’ Wing Shack in West Ashley.
Tix are $25.00/advance or $30.00/day of which includes Food, Music and the Beer.
There will be tasting glasses for sale.
So far we have the following breweries represented:
Coast (SC), Founder’s (MI), Stoudt’s (PA), Clipper City (MD), Ommegang (NY), Great Divide (CO), Stone (CA), Palmetto (SC), Allagash (ME), Victory (PA), Avery (CO), Weyerbacher (PA), RJ Rockers (SC), and many more to come.
Yes! The Charleston Beer Exchange will have a soft opening this Saturday, November 15. I believe hours that day are 11-9. I’m told it is a soft opening because they are still getting inventory in so it won’t be fully stocked, but what they have is stellar, so go!
They are located downtown, behind the Old Provost Dungeon, on Exchange St.
Ballard had a nice little review of the Avery dinner in the City Paper:
It really was a fabulous dinner, pairings worked well and the beers were a plenty. I’m a cheap ass but this was well worth the $65, I’d do it again anytime. Props to Palmer at Chai’s for putting it all together and helping with the Charleston craft beer scene.
Get ready for one of the best beer dinners Charleston has ever seen. It is a 6 course dinner with two Avery beers for each course. Adam Avery will be at the dinner to talk about all the beers and answer any questions. I will post the menu later today. There are limited spaces available for this dinner. Don’t miss out on this event! Chai’s is still stuck in the approval queue for BA destinations, so this is the only forum on BA I can post. Here is the contact info for reservations. Hope to see you there.
Call for reservations 843.722.7313
I heard the price is $65.
Join Carolina’s chef Bacon and Carolina Craft Distributing for a 5 course Beer Dinner featuring Weihenstephan Brewery – don’t miss this one here’s the menu;
Course1- Housemade Brat w/ whole grain mustard,leeks & beets
paired with Festbier
Course2- Pan-seared scallop w/spinach & vanilla
paired with Kristalweiss
Course3- Grilled Tuna Pave w/ shanghi bok choy & orange gastrique
paired with Hefeweiss
Course4- Laquered Pork Tenderloin w/ potato rosti
paired with Korbinian Dopplebock
Course5- Tart Flambe w/ house cured balm & caramelized onion
paired with Hefeweiss Dunkel
Call now for resevations 843.724.3800 seating is limited
Really nicely written (and well researched!) article in the Charleston Business Journal:
Smuttynose Brewing Co. of New Hampshire will begin distribution in South Carolina. According to the Carolina Craft Distributing website, it looks like we’ll be getting Shoals Pale Ale, Smuttynose IPA, Old Brown Dog, Robust Porter & Portsmouth Lager.
Barley’s Taproom in Greenville, SC will be celebrating the release on Oct. 1st.
The 3rd Annual Greer Oktoberfest will be held on Saturday, October 4th. Beer, food, music & local artists. For more information, check out their webpage: