Allentown Brew Works set to horde ‘Meeting of a Malts’
March 5, 2015 - bbq set
The Lehigh Valley will once again horde a entertainment of qualification drink heavyweights.
Allentown Brew Works will horde “Meeting of a Malts IV” on Apr 2. The eventuality orderly by a Brewers of Pennsylvania trade organisation will underline a row contention on a destiny of American drink with Boston Brewing Co. owner Jim Koch; Victory Brewing co-founder Bill Covaleski; and fifth-generation brewer Dick Yuengling of D.G. Yuengling Son.
Steve Hindy, authority and co-founder of The Brooklyn Brewery, will assuage a discussion.
Koch and Yuengling were assimilated final year by Dogfish Head owner Sam Calagione for a “Meeting of a Malts” event that drew hundreds to Hotel Bethlehem.
The row contention and five-course cooking will take place 7-9 p.m. on a fifth building of a Allentown Brew Works, and any march will interconnected with a drink from Yuengling, Samuel Adams or Victory. Dinner will start with an opening pint partnership between Victory and Brew Works.
Dinner will feature:
- Pulled mesquite smoked duck in a caesar salad served in an succulent crater shaped from parmesan cheese.
- Salmon ensign over arugula with diced tomatoes, roasted red peppers sauce, and balsamic reduction.
- Smoked beef brisket taco with a sugar lager BBQ, prohibited slaw, shredded lettuce and diced tomato.
- Breaded weak pig clout atop smoked mozzarella crushed potatoes, drizzled with a white nation gravy, surfaced with asian pear fan and dusty cranberries.
- Stout chocolate ice cream with porter chocolate sauce, low boiled churro and Andes packet pieces as garnish.
Dinner costs $85 per person.
Brew Works will horde a Pennsylvania Brewpub Festival before cooking from 5:30-6:45 p.m. The eventuality will embody appearances by Covaleski, Hindy, Koch and Yuengling and underline light appetizers and beers by:
- 2nd Story Brewing
- Doylestown Brewing
- Fegley’s Brew Works
- Funk Brewing
- Golden Avalanche Brewing
- Hijinx Brewing
- Millbock Brewing
- Red Castle Brewery
- Snitz Creek Brewery
- Vault Brewing
- ZeroDay Brewing.
Tickets are $35 per person.
And if that wasn’t adequate qualification beer, The Dime during Renaissance Hotel will horde a Pennsylvania Prohibition Private Party with Sly Fox’s Brian O’Reilly, Troegs’s Chris Trogner, Covaleski and Koch. The eventuality from 9:30-11 p.m. will underline light appetizers, desserts and ignored beers from Pennsylvania breweries. Tickets are $35 per person.
VIP tickets to all 3 events cost $125 per chairman and all tickets are accessible on a Brewers of Pennsylvania website.