1.7 min readBy Published On: June 2nd, 2012Categories: Eat and Drink1 Comment

 

Taking it cross country
 
Local 149 celebrates some of its favorite craft brewers on a tasty tour across this great nation. Four courses highlight the unique culinary offerings from the region where the beer was created. It is a celebration of people doing their thing locally throughout America. Starting in the great state of Massachusetts with a rare beer from Berkshire Brewing this tour will take you to the plains of Nebraska, the shores of San Diego and ending in the bustling streets of New Orleans. 
 
  • Start the evening off with Berkshire Brewing Company’s Saint of Circumstance.  A nearby brush fire lent a smoky quality to the hops and the beer was aged in Jack Daniels barrels.  This unique offering will be accompanied by New England clambake passed hors douvres: stuffies, raw oysters, corn on the cob with lobster butter.
  • Next Local will take you to Nebraska to the aptly named Nebraska Brewery to taste their Infinite Wit.  This unfiltered offering will be paired with a salad of confit rabbit, grilled peaches, blackberries and asparagus.  The flavors we bring you from the plains will be anything but flat!
  • Roll into the BIG city of San Diego, we hit you with some BIG flavors with an ale from Stone Brewing, brewers of IMMENSE beers.  Adding a twist, this ale will be featured in a smoky tequila and beer cocktail, and paired with crispy shrimp tacos, purple cabbage, cucumber and habanero avocado cream.
  • Ending Local 149’s  tour in the vibrant and playful city of New Orleans we present you with a praline ice cream float.  House made praline ice cream will be drenched in Abita Brewing’s Turbodog brown ale.  An adult version of a childhood favorite exemplifies what the boisterous city of New Orleans is.
 
Join Local 149 for this tasty excursion on Monday, June 11th at 7pm.  Tickets are $55 and can be purchased by visiting: http://local149.ticketleap.com/beers-across-america/

One Comment

  1. anon June 10, 2012 at 6:03 am

    Nothing local about this place. And, yes, you won’t print this.

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