BROOKLYN — Sam Calagione and Steve Hindy will provide a sneak press preview of the beer and food pairings that will be available at from 76 small and independent U.S. craft breweries from 31 states on June 14-15 at Manhattan’s Metropolitan Pavilion.
SAVOR will feature two beers from each brewery paired with foods chosen by Chef Adam Dulye, co-owner and chef of San Francisco’s “The Monk’s Kettle,” and James Beard Award semi-finalist Abbot’s Cellar. The event is sponsored by the Brewers Association, the Boulder, Colorado-based trade association representing America’s independent craft brewers.
Attendees at the two-day festival will have an opportunity interact with brewers from all participating during private salon tastings. Tickets are available at www.ticketmaster.com
“Sam and I wanted to offer some samples of the incredible array of tasty treats that will be available at SAVOR,” said Hindy.
At the preview, Brooklyn Brewery will offer Keeley’s Across the Pond washed rind cheese with Brooklyn’s Wild 1, an experimental beer made with a wild yeast; Fresh Chevre and Choptank Sweets Oysters with Brooklyn Sorachi Ace; a semi-firm sheep/cow blend with Brooklyn Brown Ale; and Jasper Hill Bayley Blue with Brooklyn Black Ops.
Calagione will pair his Positive Contact with Brooklyn Brine Hop Pickles; Green & Black’s Organic Chocolate with Sixty-One.
The welcome beer will be Dogfish’s Midas Touch and Brooklyn’s Summer Ale.
The event will be held May 30 from 1-3pm at the Brooklyn Brewery, 79 North 11th Street, Brooklyn, NY 11249.