13
September
7:00 pm — 11:00 pm
DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Tarrytown
455 South Broadway

Tarrytown, NY 10591 United States
$100
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This is our second year hosting this wonderful local event which brings Hudson Valley Chefs and Brewers together. Every year there are more breweries opening up all over the Hudson Valley and all continue to work side by side with their communities, especially their local restaurateurs and farmers.

In the spirit of these communities working together we host a once a year event now known as ‘Paired’. Local chefs and brewers work with farms to incorporate their locally grown ingredients to brew a very special beer paired with a very special dish. With over 20 breweries making their own special brew there will definitely be a wide array of specialty dishes being made to accompany them to give you many distinct flavors all in one grand evening.

In addition to this wonderful dinner party, HVCBW has put together some really great ‘Parlor’ tables to add to the overall theme of the evening. These parlor tables act like demos, educating you on the most intriguing aspects of the industry.

This event is also functioning as a fundraiser not only for the beer week itself but for a very special local organization that supports the entire Hudson Valley region. Eat Local NY is an online marketplace showcasing products that are exclusively made in New York. Their goal is to create a streamlined flow of products that will strengthen local food systems and support local economies. They are dedicated to the mission of ending child hunger and supplying the proper education and resources to children on food and nutriment programs and by donating a percentage of all profits to other partner non-profit organizations.

Come join us for an evening of great craft beer, food and music all to help strengthen the community as a whole.

THE PAIRINGS:

  • (B) Duncan’s Abbey (website)
    Hudson Valley Harvest – Plum Ale (8% – A naturally fermented wild ale from Tarrytown, NY)
  • (R) The Twisted Oak (website)
    Duck Neck Sausage with Brioche and Sycamore Sweet Corn Flan with Blue Plum Vincotto


  • (B) Captain Lawrence Brewing Company (website)
    Foragers’ Delight (A take on a Berliner Weisse with rye, wheat, and malted barley)
  • (R) The Oath (website)
    Beef Skewers – Marinated cold beef skewers with Greek sumac yogurt


  • (B) Broken Bow Brewery (website)
    Hell Hath No Fury; Double Broken Heart Stout (made with coffee, cocoa nibs and peppers from five different Hudson Valley farms)
  • (R) SmokeHouse Tailgate Grill (website)
    Brisket Bite – chili pepper braised brisket, over housemade potato chip, with pickled jalapeño peppers


  • (B) Yonkers Brewing Company (website)
    Maple Coffee Tripel (8.5% – A modern take on a Belgian Tripel incorporating cold brewed coffee from Pascal Coffee Roasters, and Bourbon Barrel Aged Madava Farms Maple Syrup)
  • (R) Cedar Street Grill (website)
    Coffee Triple Pulled Pork Slider – Yonkers Coffee Triple Crown Pulled Pork Slider with House-made Pickles and Triple Crown Infused BBQ Sauce


  • (B) Rushing Duck Brewing (website)
    Beet It, Nerd (3.9% – Berliner with Honey and local beets from J. Glebocki Farms in Goshen, NY)
  • (R) Eddie’s Roadhouse (website)
    Pulled Pork with Beet Chips and Slaw – Roasted beet chip | pulled pork | apple fennel slaw;
    Roasted beet chip | crazy grains (Vegetarian)


  • (B) Mill House Brewing Company (website)
    Pine Tar (9% – An imperial IPA brewed with a sense of Native Pride and local terroir. The local ingredient is blue spruce Tips that are brewmaster grown and hand harvested! They are added to the boil and give the finished beer a surprising tropical fruit note that we call ‘tropical funk’)
  • (R) Le’ Express (website)
    Kabocha Squash Crostini – Local Kabocha Squash, smoked Madura Farm Onions, whipped Ricotta and Spruce Gastrique on organic Bread Alone Bakery Sour Dough Crostini


  • (B) Bull & Barrel Brew Pub (website)
    Old Bourbon Oak (9% – An imperial old ale with Bourbon soaked American Oak for over 2 months)
  • (R) The Clocktower Grill (website)
    Local lamb barbacoa taco with green apple kimchi


  • (B) Crossroads Brewing Company (website)
    Black Rock Stout (6.8% – A dark and robust, full-bodied foreign style stout that bursts with flavor)
  • (R) Coals Pizza (website)
    Panna cotta flavored with vanilla and peanut butter. Garnished with a black grape compote.


  • (B) Newburgh Brewing Company (website)
    A Little Gose a Long Way (7% – An “Imperial” Gose, with a delicate touch of sweetness from the Madava Farms maple syrup to balance against the tart and salt of the base Gose. All malt from Hudson Valley Malt)
  • (R) Liberty Street Bistro (website)
    Clam Bake on a Spoon – little neck clams, pei mussels, escarole and cannelini beans with Espellete pepper and guanciale


  • (B) Chatham Brewery (website)
    Belle Ringer (9% – An all Hudson Valley sourced Belgian-style dark ale)
  • (R) Purdy’s Farmer and the Fish (website)
    Sun gold and husk cherry relish on a blue cheese cracker


  • (B) Defiant Brewing Company (website)
    Diamond Valley (7.5% – Hoppy Belgian Dubbel brewed w/ 200+ lbs of Rockland County nectarines, Hudson Valley oats, and Mandarina Bavaria hops)
  • (R) 8 North Broadway (website)
    Shellfish and Nectarine Ceviche


  • (B) Suarez Family Brewery (website)
    Qualify Pilsner (Dry Hopped German Lager)
  • (R) Daughter’s Fare and Ale (website)
    Summer Sausage – House made summer sausage with scallions, lemon and sour ale. Paired with pickled green tomato relish and house fermented sauerkraut. Cabbage and green tomatoes at from Starling Yards.


  • (B) Peekskill Brewery (website)
    KinShip Dry Hopped Sour (4.3% – A coolshipped sour beer brewed with all local grain, grown and malted by Hudson Valley Malting and sweet corn stalk from The Abode C.S.A. in New Lebanon, NY. Dry hopped with Citra for an aromatic compliment to our house brett strain)
  • (R) Huckleberry (website)
    PEI Mussels – Prince Edward Island mussels cooked in Kinship, Chorizo, butter, saffron, cilantro, basil and grilled ciabatta;
    Wild Boar Sopa – Braised wild boar in mole braising liquid served over a sopa with a local corn relish


  • (B) Industrial Arts Brewing Company (website)
    Pantry Porter (Coffee and Spelt Porter) (5.3% – A Robust Porter style)
  • (R) The Cookery (facebook)
    Foie Gras Twinkie – Spongy moist cake with Hudson valley Foie gras buttercream and not enough preservatives to survive a nuclear attack


  • (B) 2 Way Brewing Company (website)
    Cocoa Local (6.5% – The local ingredient is chocolate from Alps Sweet Shop in Beacon, NY)
  • (R) The Vault Restaurant (website)
    Bruleed Figs – Brulee figs topped with Lemon Ricotta Mousse with Crispy Prosciutto and Port Reduction.


  • (B) Sloop Brewing Company (website)
    All Day Rosé (a Rosé Berliner brewed with red wine juice and 100% locally grown and malted grain)
  • (R) Schatzi’s Pub a& Bier Garden (website)
    Sauerbraten Meatballs with Gravy – Sauerbraten Meatballs with an All Day Rosé Gravy


  • (B) Decadant Ales (website)
    Decadent Maple Bourbon Imperial Stout (Maple Syrup aged in Hudson Valley Bourbon Barrels); Decadent Tiramisu (Chocolate and Coffee soaked in Rum Chips)
  • (R) Exit 4 Food Hall (website)
    Maple-Bourbon Bacon Ice Cream – Maple-Bourbon Bacon Ice Cream with Caramel Swirls, made from Decadent Maple Bourbon Imperial Stout, and fresh cut bacon


  • (B) Pine Island Brewing (website)
    Drowned Lands Saison (Brewed with local Pine Island candied onions)
  • (R) Birdsall House (website)
    Blue Point Oysters – Blue Point Oysters on the 1/2 shell with a Black Dirt Leek & Ginger Mignonette / Vichyssoise / Black tobiko / Micro arugula”


  • (B) Hudson Valley Brewery (website)
    Amulet (5% – Sour Farmhouse: Aged in oak with blueberries, hibiscus, and rose hips. Dry-hopped with Citra and Mosaic); Imago (6% – Sour Farmhouse: Aged in oak and dry-hopped with Nelson Sauvin and Citra hops, orange peel, lemon balm, and sunflower petals)
  • (R) Stock Up (website)
    Southern Fried Meili Farm Heritage Pig Head – Naturally Brined Glynwood Farm Beet Pickle, Smoked fermented Sriracha, Hepworth Farms Peppers, Shaved greens, Sour Beer Aioli, All Butter Beacon Bread Brioche


  • (B) The Brewery at Bacchus (website)
    Retrograde Farmhouse (A peach saison sour blend – the blend is comprised of barrel aged sour beer, a rye saison and Jenkins & Lueken Orchards Peaches)
  • (R) DeCicco & Sons: Brewster (facebook)
    Wood Fired Pork Belly – Wood roasted pork belly, Charred corn, grilled peaches, Black garlic, onion charcoal;
    Peach Saison Granita – Peach saison granite, Amaretto crema, Almond Sponge Cake


  • (B) Keegan Ales (website)
    Birthday Stout (5% – A “white stout” brewed with lactose sugar and birthday cakes from Diesing’s Bakery in Kingston)
  • (R) Jane’s Ice Cream (website)
    Vanilla Ice Cream Float – classic vanilla ice cream float


WHEN

Tuesday, September 13, 2016 from 7:00 PM to 11:00 PM (EDT)

WHERE

DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Tarrytown – 455 South Broadway, Tarrytown, NY 10591

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Details

Date:
September 13, 2016
Time:
7:00 pm - 11:00 pm
Cost:
$100
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Website:
https://www.eventbrite.com/e/paired-brewer-chef-dinner-tickets-23345870126
Organizer:
Hudson Valley Craft Beer Week
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Organizer Website:
http://hvcbw.org/