Sunday, May 5, 2013 7:00pm
Allentown Brew Works, High Gravity
This Event is Sold Out. We sure hope to see you at the next Fegley’s Brew Works event, cheers!
“Not Your Regular Tasting”
An evening sponsored by Patrón, hosted by Chef Mike Honeywell and Beverage Specialist Jesse Albertson of the Allentown Brew Works.
There will be a tequila expert on hand to represent the Patrón Spirits Company. Enjoy an exquisite five coursed menu paired with tequila and fantastic tapas cuisine. Join us in High Gravity for a little taste of luxury from south-of-the-border.
Braised Short rib and manchego cheese on a crispy corn tortilla chip. Paired with Patrón Citronge Pomegranate Margarita.
Baby spinach, roasted golden beets, queso fresco, crispy serrano ham, and toasted almonds tossed in a blood orange vinaigrette. Paired with Patrón Silver.
House-made herbed goat cheese and caramelized onion empanadas over white beans and tasso ham. Paired with Patrón Repasado.
Grilled chorizo sausage over vegetables and lentils. Paired with Patrón Patron Añejo.
House-made chocolate and pecan bread pudding topped with homemade coffee ice cream. Paired with Patrón Cafe.
$35 per person
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Tickets go on sale to the public on March 26th
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21 and over
Tapas – Spain’s greatest food invention “Eat when you drink, drink when you eat” is the philosophy. Spanish men traditionally drink outside the home and rarely alone. They are not meant to be a meal. One tapa per person and a different one with each drink is the idea, then everyone enjoys tasting and sharing. Tapas food is real food – good local ingredients presented with flair.
The idea comes from Andalusia. It started, or so they say, with a piece of bread, soon topped with ham or cheese, balanced over a glass, to keep out the flies – the word tapa means a cover. They were once free snacks included in the price of the drink but today they are mostly ordered separately. In dim caverns, where the sherry barrels are stacked high, men revolve the wine in their copitas, gently sipping, then select a new wine from a different cask. To compare and contrast is part of the ritual. An old man may sit by the door, with a bucket of conchas finas, opening the clams slowly and to order.
It is a life less hectic than our own!