SAVOR: An American Craft Beer & Food Experience
The Brewers Association, producers of the Great American Beer Festival, is bringing the quintessential craft beer and food event to Washington D.C. in celebration of American Craft Beer Week.
A must attend for craft beer aficionados and foodies alike, SAVOR will offer a memorable craft beer and food experience to a limited number of attendees under the columned archways of the Andrew W. Mellon Auditorium.
There will be no tickets available at the door. All tickets must be purchased in advance.
On May 16th and 17th the Brewers Association is bringing "the quintessential craft beer and food event" to Washington D.C. in celebration of American Craft Beer Week.
If you're interested in food and beer pairings, then this is an event not to be missed. Harpoon will be there, of course! We'll be serving IPA and UFO each paired with different delicious dishes.
This event will sell out and you must purchase tickets in advance. To buy tickets and for more information, visit http://beertown.org/events/SAVOR/index.html.
Join Dogfish at SAVOR!
Enjoy beer? Eat food?
If so, you'll want to join Dogfish Head and a handful of other great breweries at "SAVOR: An American Craft Beer & Food Experience" May 16-17, 2008 in Washington, D.C.
This new event is from the folks at the Brewers Association (the same folks that bring us the Great American Beer Festival in Denver, CO every fall!) and tickets are on sale now!
SAVOR will feature two Educational Salons and presentations by brewers, journalists and chefs who have helped further the American craft beer revolution. Beer booths at SAVOR will be manned by real, live brewers and brewery employees, and brewery owners, so bring your questions!
We hope to see you at this premiere East Coast beer event.
From Sam Adams
Samuel Adams is proud to participate in the Brewers Association's inaugural event - SAVOR: An American Craft Beer and Food Experience in Washington D.C, May 16-17, 2008. This is going to be an amazing event and a must attend for craft beer aficionados and foodies alike.
Here are two examples of the delicious food & beer pairings we'll be featuring:
Samuel Adams Boston Lager - pan-seared pilsener sirloin tips with shitake blue-cheese sauce
Samuel Adams Summer Ale - shellfish-free "crab" cakes. Spicy cakes made with white and red fish, coconut, onion, garlic, red pepper and herbs. Sautéed and served with mild Cajun sauce.
It's an intimate setting, with 48 breweries and only 700 tickets available per session. Along with fantastic beer and food pairings there will be opportunities to meet the brewers and owners of the 48 participating breweries. Two educational salons will be available each session - guaranteed to deepen your appreciation and understanding of craft beer and food pairings.
For tickets and more information visit www.savorcraftbeer.com.
Flying Dog Brewery to Pour and Pair at SAVOR – An American Craft Beer & Food Experience
48 American Craft Brewers Gather to Harmonize Craft Beer with Food in May
FREDERICK, MD – February 14, 2008 – Flying Dog Brewery leads a group of over four dozen independent, American craft brewers from across the country that have been selected to showcase the pleasures of fine food enjoyed with great beer in Washington D.C. later this year. SAVOR: An American Craft Beer & Food Experience, May 16-17, 2008, will highlight the culinary delights of beer as part of the Brewers Association's annual American Craft Beer Week celebrations.
Flying Dog will serve Kerberos Tripel, paired with Peking Duck Purses and Gonzo Imperial Porter paired with Christopher Elbow Spiced Artisan Chocolates at SAVOR. “We have been promoting this emerging trend of pairing food with craft beer through our website, beerdinners.com, so it was a natural fit for us to participate in SAVOR,” said Neal Stewart, Flying Dog Brewery’s director of marketing.
Today, American beers are judged to be among the world’s best and have earned a respected place at the table alongside wine. In fact, two-thirds of today’s wine drinkers consume beer. This past summer National Public Radio observed, "Beer has gone from the House of Commons to the House of the Lords.” Additionally, Gallup in July 2007 confirmed beer is still the most popular adult beverage in the U.S.*
NOTE TO EDITORS: For more information on Flying Dog Brewery and beer and food pairings, visit: www.flyingdogales.com or www.beerdinners.com and for more information on SAVOR visit http://www.SavorCraftBeer.com.