Monday, October 15, 2012

More 5 Napkin Burger Beer Dinners

5 Napkin Burger in Boston's Back Bay is bringing back their burger and beer dinners! In fact, they're already here. We went to the Long Trail Brewing dinner in April, and had a great time! 

Last Tuesday, the folks at Samuel Adams invaded this local burger joint for a fantastic beer dinner. The menu featured an eclectic mix of seafood, burgers, and some of the favorite Sam Adams beers such as Whitewater IPA and Boston Lager.

The fun continues tomorrow on Huntington Avenue, when the arrogant bastards at Stone Brewing Company storm into town. Here is the menu set for tomorrow, although the menu is subject to change:

Menu Includes: Port Taquitos, Lobster Endive Spears, Deep Fried Pickles & Pistrami, Spinach & Artichoke Crostini, Bacon, Ale & Gruyere Soup, Choice of Avocado-Ranch Burger or Veggie Burger, Smoked Porter Creme Brûlée.

The food is to be paired with: Stone IPA, Stone Levitation Ale, Arrogant Bastard Ale, and Stone Smoked Porter.

Tickets are just $45, and includes the meal, drinks, tax, and gratuity! Stop by and see Jeff Nelson and Casey Gruttadauria from Atlantic Importing as they talk all things Stone for the worthy (or not so worthy) guests.

If that wasn't enough, the Cape comes to Boston next Tuesday when Mayflower Brewing Co. brings a unique mix of food and beer for hungry and thirsty patrons. Join Drew Brosseau, founder and president of Mayflower Brewing Company, Marissa Jacobs, Territory Manager, and Sarah Richardson, Marketing and PR Specialist for a great night of food and drink.

The Mayflower Brewing menu includes: Tuna Tataki Wontons, Grilled Chicken Skewers, Guacamole & Housemade Chips, Cheddar Tots, Mussels Steamed in Ale, Choice of Caprese Burger or Veggie Burger, and Porter Granite.

To wash down the menu, the Mayflower Beers will be: Mayflower IPA, Mayflower Golden Ale, Mayflower Porter, and Mayflower Autumn Wheat.

Tickets again are just $45, and includes the meal, drinks, tax, and gratuity.

Both of these events start at 6:30pm with informal and casual cocktail receptions. These are great opportunities to meet the brewery representatives, enjoy some delicious passed apps, and of course great beer! Guests will then be chauffeured to the dining room where the three course meals meticulously crafted by Chef Andy D'Amico and the breweries.

Tickets are still available, but tickets are likely to sell out for both as space is limited. Both events are available to purchase individually, but you can save a few bucks and purchase tickets to both events for $85. Click here for all ticket info!

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