Tuesday, December 2, 2014

Three Taverns and Holeman & Finch have a Beer Dinner this Sunday!



It’s time to eat, drink, and be merry!

I’m baaaaaack!

I appreciate you bearing with my hiatus of posts. I hit up Baltimore to see my people and indulge in a ridiculous amount of the real deal Maryland crab cakes—my absolute favorite thing to eat—along with great suds for the past few days. 
Well I am back in Atlanta and preparing to hit you, my cherished readers, with an awesome roster of happenings, my annual Last-Minute Gift Guide, the best beers to buy for the season, and numerous other entertaining festivities for the holidays.
First up, Holeman and Finch Public House is hosting a celebratory beer dinner with one of the best breweries on this side of the Mississippi—Three Taverns—this Sunday, December 7th, at 7:30 pm. They will be pouring an astounding seven brews including the extra gangster Heavy Bells and Feest Noel to pair with five courses flaunting Chef Linton Hopkins’ renowned culinary mastery for a mere $70 (inclusive).
Holeman and Finch Beverage Director Dan Bollinger arranged the dinner and he knows his brews, so I am definitely in the building! Why don’t ya join me? To purchase tickets, hit up bit.ly/1xAbGai. Here is the menu to further entice you:

Reception @ 7:30pm
Single Intent (Belgian Pale Ale)
Feest Noel (Belgian Strong Dark Ale)

Crisp Falafel with Harissa Buttermilk
Pork & Green Olive Meatballs

Dinner @ 8:00pm
Prince of Pilsen (Hoppy Pilsner)
Crottin De Chavignol with Toast and Smoked Onion Jam

La Peche Mode (Peach Saison)
Cured Trout with Orange Juniper Buttermilk and Herbs

Tripel Reserve (Belgian Tripel Aged in Red Wine Barrels)
Cabbage Wrapped Guinea Hen with Red Wine Reduction

Heavy Bells (Bourbon-Barrel-Aged Belgian Quad)
Heritage Sea Island Pea Cassoulet

Theophan The Recluse (Belgian Stout)
Chocolate Mousse with Hazelnuts and Caramel

Look for more Holiday festivities soon!

Your homey,

Ale

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