Red Owl Tavern is hosting a whiskey pairing dinner on December 3rd, partnering with local rye distiller Dad’s Hat.
On the food side, there’s a 4-course prix fixe meal at $70 per person, and it begins at 6:30 p.m. with a welcome beverage and hors d’oeurves. Following that, each course will include a different cocktail featuring, you guessed it, rye whiskey, as well as a pure tasting of the base liquor in each–which is really the most important part of this whole thing.
Oh, and of course we have the menu for you. too.
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So we really can’t complain any more about the whole pumpkin beer thing because now, with a few leaves on the ground and the seasons actually changing, autumn beers finally seem appropriate. Or, if not appropriate, at least more appropriate than they were in, say, mid-August on a 90-degree night.
Anyway, Red Owl Tavern is blowing it out tonight with a Fall Equinox Tap Takeover featuring nothing but autumnal brews–pumpkin beers, ciders, even a pear wheat.
They actually tapped the six kegs of pumpkin beer at 10am this morning. So, if you've somehow been holding out this long against the overwhelming tide, this is your moment. Get over to the Red Owl and start drinking now.
And we've even got the tap list
As a way to put the final knife in the back of this wretched winter, the Red Owl Tavern is celebrating the Ides of March with a well-curated dark beer tap takeover. It starts tomorrow, Friday the 14th, and will run straight through the weekend with local and national craft beers at the bar.
So what will you be drinking? I’m so glad you asked. They’ve got Philadelphia Brewing’s Joe Porter for starters, Shawnee Black IPA, Founders Reserve Breakfast Stout, Southern Tier 2X Milk Stout and then Sly Fox Nihilist Imperial Stout to round out the list. So if you’re a fan of beers that drink like a meal–or if you really just need a drink or seven to get through this last terrible stretch of cold and ice–check ‘em out this weekend.
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