Yards Ales of the Revolution dinner has been scheduled, menus have been designed and it’s ready and time for you to secure your spot. Here’s what the website states.
Join us on September 17 for our “Ales of the Revolution” dinner. We are featuring Yards Brewery from Philadelphia. Yards is famous for recreating recipes from some of our favorite Founding Fathers. Ron [the NJ Yards rep] will be with us to elaborate on Yards’ love of history and historical brewing. What do our featured beers have to do with George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, Benjamin Franklin, and Alexander Hamilton? Come in and we will find out together.
The dinner costs $55. Please arrive by 7:15 to find seating at our family-style tables. Dinner will begin promptly at 7:30. Reservations are required and can be made via email, to email@example.com.
Crispy cornmeal encrusted oysters served with a remoulade dipping sauce, paired with Yard’s Philadelphia Pale Ale, 4.3%, American Pale Ale.
Pan-seared, Long Island duck breast, served with a George Washington Porter-fig demi-glace over mushroom wild rice risotto, paired with George Washington’s Tavern Porter, 7%, English Porter.
Spruce Ale and molassas glazed roasted loin of wild boar, paired with Poor Richard’s Tavern Ale, 5%, spiced beer.
Apple and pecan crisp, topped with vanilla ice cream and caramel sauce, paired with Thomas Jefferson’s Tavern Ale, 8%, English Strong Ale.
In addition to the beer we are featuring at our beer pairing, we will also put the following Yard’s brews on tap the night of the dinner: Brawler Pugilist Style, 5%, English Dark Mild Ale: Cape of Good Hope IPA, 8.1%, Imperial IPA: Extra Special Ale, 6.3%, E.S.B: Love Stout, 5%, English Stout.