5-Course Seasonal Tasting Menu Paired with Special and Limited-Release Creature Comforts Brews, Live Auction, and Raffle Benefiting The Farmer Fund
Friday, April 22, 2016 from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m.
Athens, Georgia-based brewery, Creature Comforts, Executive Chef Nick Leahy of Saltyard, local non-profit The Farmer Fund, and Atlanta's favorite beer personality, Ale Sharpton, are joining forces to host “An Earth Day Beer Dinner Celebration” benefiting The Farmer Fund at Saltyard on Friday, April 22, from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. The celebratory dinner will be the perfect chance to try two of Creature Comforts’ award-winning, year-round brews, Tropicália and Athena, and will provide guests the opportunity to sample the brewery’s more highly limited releases: Brettomatic, Emergence, and The King’s Ransom. Guests will enjoy a welcome cocktail hour from 6:30 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. before being seated for dinner at 7:15 p.m. Chef Nick Leahy will present five courses, hors d'oeuvres, and dessert inspired by this Spring’s best local produce with featured Creature Comforts beer pairings. The evening will come to a close with a live auction and raffle hosted by Ale Sharpton. Cost is $69 per person plus tax and gratuity and includes dinner, paired beverages, and raffle entry. Guests must be 21+ to attend. Tickets for An Earth Day Beer Dinner Celebration are limited and may be purchased online at Brown Paper Tickets. For more information, please visit http://ccbeerdinner.brownpapertickets.com or call Saltyard at 404-382-8088.
AN EARTH DAY BEER DINNER CELEBRATION MENU:
Hors d'oeuvres
Bibo Pilsner
Passed house made Canadian bacon, Creature Comforts beer mustard on cheddar crackers 
Course 1
Emergence Limited Release Blonde Ale
Otter Bay oysters with Emergence & Meyer lemon granita
Course 2
Athena Berliner Weisse
 Charred local squash, herbed Atlanta Fresh Yogurt, Athena-chile-honey, boiled peanut gremolata
Course 3
 Tropicália American IPA
 Pan-seared scallops, field pea and sweet corn succotash, country ham & tomato butter 
Course 4
 The Kings Ransom Baltic Porter
Pastrami-cured smoked pork cheek, Vidalia onion champ, porter glazed baby carrots
Course 5
 Brettomatic Pale Ale
 Strawberry & rhubarb pie, Brettomatic pastry cream, toasted oat crumb
About Saltyard:
Saltyard delivers a uniquely social dining experience encouraging guests to connect over internationally influenced small plates, craft cocktails and a mostly domestic wine and beer selection. Locally sourced ingredients are featured throughout the restaurant's seasonal menu and the open kitchen and floorplan make it a favorite spot for groups or those looking for a great chef’s table experience. Guests can expect warm, ambient lighting, reclaimed woods mixed with industrial metals and soft banquettes perfect for intimate meals. Saltyard is located in The Brookwood building in South Buckhead and complimentary valet is available in the building’s garage. For more information please visithttp://saltyardatlanta.com/ and connect on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/saltyardatlanta, on Twitter @Saltyard and on Instagram @Saltyard.

About Creature Comforts:
Creature Comforts is an Athens, Georgia based brewery offering finely balanced artisanal beers. Since opening its doors in April 2014, Creature Comforts has made an imprint in the craft beer community with its award-winning, year-round and special release beers. To learn more about Creature Comforts, contact Emily@ccbeerco.com or visit us online at www.creaturecomfortsbeer.com

About The Farmer Fund:
Founded in 2015, The Farmer Fund exists to support farmers in the face of natural disaster and help keep farmers farming.  We serve the farmers that feed Metro Atlanta through farmers markets, CSAs and restaurant sales. The Farmer Fund provides an economic "stop loss" for our agricultural producers after natural disasters which include but are not limited to tornado, flood, storms and damages resulting from them. We aim to help rebuild farms after natural disasters so that farmers can continue to serve our community. For more information please visit  www.thefarmerfund.org.
 


Comments

05/03/2016 02:32

Person are like different types of recipe in lunch or dinner and some restaurant for give the special offer for customer to increase the daily sale. Everyone will agree with me that eating food from outside is very expensive.


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