Beer and Chocolate in Chestnut Hill
On Wednesday, February 4th, Iron Hill’s Chris LaPierre and Éclat Chocolate’s Chris Curtin are getting together for a chocolate tasting. The event takes place at Iron Hill’s Chestnut Hill location between 7 and 9 p.m. Six chocolates and truffles will be paired with six Iron Hill beers. Tickets to the tasting are $35 per person and include gratuity. Reservations are required.
LaPierre and Curtin have done this before. Way back in 2004, the two met in West Chester and after bonding over beer and professional cycling, hosted their first beer and chocolate event. LaPierre says “to this day it remains one of the favorite beer and food events I’ve done.”
Éclat’s classic Champagne Truffles are made with real French champagne
subtle cherry accents imparted from a pinot noir base champagne.
Paired with Lappy New Beer (American Saison)
A sister to Éclat’s award-winning caramels, the Calvados features
a soft and creamy apple-flavored caramel surrounded by dark coverture.
Paired with Winter Warmer
Milk chocolate ganache infused with Victory Brewing Company’s
Hop Devil beer and garnished with gold flecks.
Paired with Ironbound Ale
SINGLE MALT TRUFFLE
Made with our favorite single malt whisky from Islay, these truffles have a subtle peaty flavor
and rich, full-bodied whisky ganache that is complemented by the stark flavor of cocoa powder.
Paired with Bourbon McMaster (Bourbon Aged Wee Heavy)
A dark chocolate shell filled with a creamy milk chocolate ganache
infused with Boxer Shiraz from Australia’s Mollydooker Winery.
Paired with F.Red (Flemish Red Ale)
PERUVIAN PURE NACIONAL TRUFFLE
The world’s rarest chocolate made from 100% Pure Nacional chocolate.
This rich dark ganache made from chocolate of ancient origins offers
the palate fruity and floral flavors with mild nutty undertones.
Paired with Russian Imperial Stout
Iron Hill – Chestnut Hill [Foobooz]