Thursday, December 15, 2016

Saltyard and Creature Comforts team up once again on Monday!

It goes down from 5 to 8 on December 19th!

Whaddup!
Next Monday, December 19, two of my Georgia favorites to work with regarding events and beer dinners—Creature Comforts and Saltyard—are teaming up once again to treat us to some delectable fare paired with sips from arguably the best brewery in the state. Featuring the latter’s Emergence, Reclaimed Rise, Koko Buni, Mutualism, Transmission and Tropic├ília, my homey Chef Nick Leahy will be pairing at least five dishes with the crafty ales. Even cooler, this event is for a cause by benefiting Amplify My Community, so come through between 5 and 8 pm to indulge and close this year on a lip-smackin’ note for a mere $35 per person! (Call  404.382.8088 to book them early.) The official description is below.

Cheers!
Ale

Craft beer lovers can rejoice – the folks at Saltyard and Creature Comforts are teaming up to bring Atlanta a Christmas miracle! :)

On Monday, December 19, Saltyard is hosting a philanthropic happy hour where Chef Nick Leahy will pair his delicious small plates with the Athens brewery's most popular and limited beers – including Emergence, Reclaimed Rise, Koko Buni, Mutualism, Transmission and Tropic├ília (keg secured last minute and not included on the flyer)!
Guests will enjoy an interactive experience in Saltyard's bar area from 5:00 - 8:00 p.m. that is designed to highlight the notes in each Creature Comforts brew via a "tasting station" approach, where appropriately paired cuisine will be offered with its featured beer companion. A portion of proceeds will benefit Amplify My Community. The cost is $35 pp and tickets can be purchased on arrival. Space is limited, so we suggest guests arrive on time. 
To purchase tickets in advance, call Saltyard directly at (404) 382-8088
A sneak peek at a couple menu pairings for the evening:  
- Coffee and cinnamon doughnuts paired with Reclaimed Rise
- Georgia shrimp ceviche paired with Tropicalia 



2 comments:

  1. Hi Ale! Love this post, was wondering do you have an email where someone could get in contact with you?

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