A Feast With Friends | Beer Dinner

February 19th @6pm, 500 Arnold Mill Way, Woodstock GA

A Feast With Friends Beer Dinner

February 19th @6pm, 500 Arnold Mill Way, Woodstock GA

Partnering with Julian’s Kitchens of Cartersville, Reformation Brewery presents “A Feast with Friends,” a five-course beer dinner in the Keeping Room.

The first of it’s kind held in the brewery’s tasting room, Reformation Brewery Events Manager, Merry Quarles, hopes it will be the first of many moments that bring people together over a shared love of local beer and food.

“February is all about celebrating love. Since we love food as much as beer, this seemed like a natural month for this,” Merry Quarles says. “We’re really looking forward to introducing our two communities to each other. Those are always our favorite moments.”

Chris Henderson, Reformation’s regional Accounts Relationship Manager connected the two businesses together: “I had the opportunity to enjoy some of Julian’s Kitchens amazing food at a beer festival, and the quality and the care that went into the dish was clear. Meeting Julian, Casey and Terry and finding out that they were big fans of Reformation was an added bonus. They loved the idea of bringing people together to share a culinary and craft beer experience.”

When asked what they’re hoping to achieve, both Henderson and owners of Julian’s Kitchens agreed–the moment goes beyond the glass. “To be honest, beyond the beer, beyond the food, I’m looking forward to the opportunity to seeing strangers becoming friends. The beer and the amazing menu will be what helps connect those dots,” Henderson says.

Menu

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1st Course

Beer-poached pear and arugula salad w/orange and grapefruit zest vinaigrette and pecan encrusted blue cheese balls paired with Union, a Belgian-Style White Ale.

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2nd Course

Roasted duck stock and barley malt soup w/ crispy duck confit wonton and balsamic fig glaze paired with Cadence, a Belgian-Style Ale.

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3rd Course

Pine nut and orange sausage with grapefruit glaze paired with Atlas, a Rye India Pale Ale.

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4th Course

Smokey orange duck breast with orange and beer-glazed sweet potatoes paired with Jude, a Belgian-Style Tripel.

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5th Course

Chocolate pots de’ creme with maple candied bacon paired with Declaration, an Imperial Stout.