Thursday, September 15, 2011 7:00pm
Allentown Brew Works, High Gravity
Thursday, September 15th, 7pm
Save the Date!
Join us in High Gravity as we pair up Fegley’s Brew Works with beers from Samuel Smith’s “Old Brewery” in Tadcaster, Yorkshire. It’s Yorkshire’s oldest brewery, and one of our favorites.
We’ll have a brewer from Fegley’s Brew Works to discuss our offerings, as well as a representative for Samuel Smith to talk about the great British beers.
4 Courses, 8 Beers NOW WITH NINE BEERS!
We’re adding another beer to the lineup! brewer Beau Baden is brewing an English Style Bitter, named THE SECOND COMING
after the poem by W.B. Yeats.
Mixed greens with chorizo made from local pastured pork, blue cheese, and locally grown grape tomatoes [Eat your heart out Bobby Flay!]
- Fegley’s Amber Lager
- Samuel Smith Organic Ale (fruity ale notes balanced with herbal hops).
Pheasant Confit with Herb Spaetzle drizzled with Pumpkin broth.
- Steelgaarden Wit
- Samuel Smith Organic Cherry Ale (deep cherry flavor; aromatic and rich).
Cold smoked, braised short rib served with a seared tomato oat cake and king trumpet mushroom.
- Brew Works’ Kilo Imperial Honey Brown Ale
- Samuel Smith Nut Brown Ale (deep brown color; a light smooth ale with a bit of nuttiness from dark malt).
German chocolate cake – layers of rich chocolate cake, coconut and walnuts. Finished with stout infused whipped cream and dark chocolate sauce.
- Devious Imperial Pumpkin Ale
- Samuel Smith Oatmeal Stout (opaque chocolate color & creamy head; smoothly inviting; bittersweet finish).
About the Samuel Smith Brewery
The Old Brewery at Tadcaster was founded in 1758 and is Yorkshire’s oldest brewery. Samuel Smith is one of the few remaining independent breweries in England, and further is the last to utilize the classic Yorkshire Square system of fermentation solely in stone squares.
The rich Samuel Smith strain of yeast at The Old Brewery dates from the early 1900s. Hops are hand-weighed by the master hop blender, and the brewing water is drawn from a well sunk over 200 years ago.
Price is $50 per person, plus tax and gratuity.($63)
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