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RALEIGH: Homebrew competition

Posted by Pop The Cap on March 20th, 2007

The CARBOY homebrew competition is almost upon us (happening Saturday, March 24), and I want to make sure all on this list are invited to enter beers and volunteer as judges or stewards. Please sign up on the website. Registration has begun and runs through 3/17. We need all the local judges and stewards that we can get!

If you haven’t been involved in a competition before, they are interesting, fun and semi-educational. History would say we should expect about 300 entries.

More detailed info here — http://www.hbd.org/carboy/shamrock.htm

Cheers!

RALEIGH: It’s the World Beer Festival!

Posted by Pop The Cap on March 20th, 2007

April 28th 2007

Downtown Raleigh, NC
Moore Square
1st Session: 12 noon to 4 pm
2nd Session: 6 pm to 10 pm

More information

Beerinator forum discussion

Beerinator / PTC / If-you’re-reading-this-you’re-invited meetups:
First Session — 1:30 pm at the All About Beer tent
Second Session — 6:30 pm at the All About Beer tent

WINSTON-SALEM: Foothills dinner at the Piedmont Club

Posted by Pop The Cap on March 20th, 2007

Foothills Brewing Beer Tasting
Date: March 29
Time: 6:00pm

PRIMEXECS presents
Foothills Brewing Beer Tasting
With Brewmaster Jamie Bartholomaus
$29.99++ (plus tax and gratuity)

Raise your beer steins high as you toast with your friends at this fun evening, hosted by PRIMEXECS, “A Network of Developing Professionals.” Foothills’ Brewmaster Jamie Bartholomaus will explain his hand-crafted beers, as you enjoy tasting five beers. In addition, Executive Chef Gabe has paired each beer specifically with a four-course meal for your enjoyment.

Foothills Brewing opened its doors in downtown Winston-Salem in 2004 and is one of the most up-and-coming establishments in the Triad. Their beers are brewed fresh with the finest ingredients to ensure a high quality tasting experience. “We believe drinking truly fresh beer is one of the greatest pleasures in life.” – Jamie Bartholomaus, Brewmaster at Foothills Brewing

Menu:

Welcome Beer
Torch Pilsner

Pilot Mountain Pale Ale
Pan-seared Quail with a Sweet Chili Sauce

Hurricane Hefeweizen
Arugula with Sundried Tomato, Lemon, and Calamari

People’s Porter
4oz NY Strip Roulade with Asparagus, Sweat Potato Fries, and a Foothills People’s Porter Reduction

Seeing Double IPA
Club-made Raspberry Espresso Ice Cream, with a Foothills Seeing Double IPA drizzle

For reservations, please call 336-724-7077.

GREENSBORO: Foothills dinner at Ganache

Posted by Pop The Cap on March 20th, 2007

$45 per person
“A gastronomic exploration of fine cuisine and carefully crafted beers with Chef Ben Sullivan and Cabell Philpott of Foothills”

RSVP @ 336.230.2253 or chef@ganachebakery.com

RALEIGH: Big Boss Cask Ale

Posted by Pop The Cap on March 20th, 2007

From the Big Boss (formerly Edenton) Brewery:

Alright, so here’s the deal. We’ve got this beer called the Horniblows Tavern. It’s an English ale. Some of you may be familiar with it. So about a month ago we decided to put it in a cask with some hops and some other things. And then we let it sit. Haven’t touched it, just stared at it a lot. Well we think it’s time to drink it now,and we we’re hoping to get a little help. So I was wondering,is there anyone out there willing to help us drink this beer? If so, be at the tavern on Thursday. We’re tapping the cask promptly at 6 p.m., so be here, ready to drink. For those of you who came out for the last one, you know how quick the cask will kick. 1 hour, 15 mins for the last one, if i’m not mistaken! So come out this Thursday and get yourself some real ale! I’ll see you then!

CHEERS!
-Jonny