Upcoming Sierra Nevada Beer Dinner at new Elephant & Castle | Restaurants
Most of my posts are going to be about beer reviews in the greater DC area, specifically in Adams Morgan. But, today, I had to write about a great beer event that I heard about from Aaron Gordon, manager at Elephant & Castle on 19th and I st., that is happening this coming Sunday September 19th. Now, usually I am not big into promoting these things, but this is a great deal, and if you like Sierra Nevada, then this is a must attend event for you! Here are the details:
- Where: Elephant & Castle on 19th and I st.
- When: September 19th - 7pm to 9pm
- What: A five course dining "experience", yes 5 courses, each paired with 5 different Sierra craft beers. A Sierra rep will be on hand to talk about the beers and answer any questions for the brewery. Sounds awesome!
- Cost: $45 per person (or you can win tickets, see details below)
- How: To reserve your spot, contact Aaron by calling the bar at (202) 347-7707 - tickets are going fast and space is limited, so if you are game, pick up the phone and mark your spot.
- Contest: Aaron gave us two tickets to give away to one person. To win, all you have to do is go to their page at - www.breweryfans.com/elephant and click "Request a Beer" button on the right side and then type in a beer name that you think E&C should carry next. Aaron wants feedback on what beers to stock next, so this is a good way for him to see what is in demand. The winner will be notified on Friday the 17th via email.
So, check out the beer dinner if you have time and are a big Sierra Fan. Elephant & Castle has a ton of great craft beers and they are very much focused on becoming a craft beer destination. They are top seller for Heavy Seas Loose Cannon in the entire DC area!
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