Tuesday, March 15, 2011
Aloha! Check out this menu for a Rogue beer dinner in Honolulu, HI next week that Jack Joyce has arranged and will be attending. All I can say is save room for dessert!
3660 On the Rise is hosting the dinner and owner / Chef Russell Sui is partnering with Chef Colin Nishida of Side Street Inn (his recipe for deep friend pork chops is legendary... ask Anthony Bourdain if its good!)
And on March 21st grab a 22oz bottle of Rogue's Morimoto Soba Ale or Black Obi Soba Ale, sit back and watch Chef Morimoto debuts on Hawaii Five-0!
E ʻai ka-kou (Bon Appetite in Hawaiian)
Monday, March 7, 2011
truffle truffle in Chicago uses Rogue Chocolate Stout in their beer & pretzel recipes and have a special green beer marshmallow for St Patricks Day 2011 that will benefit the community ~ Rogue go Bragh!
think green...beer marshmallows! Inspired by local tradition, we've turned our beer marshmallows green for St. Patrick's Day! This limited edition box, finished with a kelly green bow and shamrock tag, features our beer and pretzel marshmallows dressed up for the occasion, with a green hue and Shamrock confetti. Best of all, since "thinking green" means so much more to all of us, a percentage of proceeds from the sale of these seasonal treats will benefit Gateway Green's Tree Partnership Program, dedicated to converting abandoned lots into community green spaces to beautify Chicago's neighborhoods.Order online before March 18th: http://www.truffletruffle.com/beer_pretzel_collection.php
Sunday, March 6, 2011
I love it when restaurants and chefs embrace beer and cheese. On April 8th, the folks at Old Hickory Steakhouse at Gaylord Palms in Kissimmee are hosting a Rogue River Creamery & Rogue Ale, Cheese & Beer Extravaganza on April 8th.Rogue Creamery produces two cheddar cheeses made with Rogue Ales, the Chocolate Stout Cheddar and Morimoto Soba Ale Cheddar. Their vast array of cheddar and blue cheeses are 100% beer friendly ~ find your perfect pairing! If you (like me) cannot be there, here are a few great gifts for your favorite Rogue!
Friday, April 8, 2011
For the first time in Orlando history two of the biggest names in Cheese and Craft Beer will come together to share their passions. Join David Gremmels, past President of the American Cheese Society and owner of Rogue Creamery and Brett Joyce, President of Rogue Ales, as we indulge in an evening of ale, cheese and a very special Old Hickory menu!
Time: 6pm doors open (6:30pm dinner)
Price: $80* per adult 407-586-0708
RSVP: 407-586-0708 Seating is limited! Call the Culinary Concierge, seats will go fast!
If your travels include Oregon on March 19th, check out the 2011 Oregon Cheese Festival in Central Point at Rogue Creamery, and be sure to make a reservation for the dinner on March 18th at the Ashland Springs Hotel which benefits the Oregon Cheesemaker Guild!
Tuesday March 8, 2011 is the 100th anniversary of International Women's Day, which coincides with a Rogue Ales promotion, Rattle N Rogue at Rattle N Hum in midtown NYC!
What better way to celebrate than over a pint of beer with a woman on the label. Rogue Chocolate Stout and Mom Hefeweizen will be on tap, along with 25 other Rogues at Rattle N Hum, 14 East 33rd (between 5th & Madison). 6pm until. Pay as you go. Here is a draft list of the draughts:
- Juniper Pale Ale
- Chatoe Wet Hop Ale - farm grown
- Shakespeare Stout on Nitro
- Dead Guy Ale
- Mocha Porter
- Mogul Ale
- Brutal Bitter
- Hazelnut Brown Nectar
- Yellow Snow IPA
- Dry Hopped St. Rogue Red Ale
- Chocolate Stout
- Younger’s Special Bitter
- American Amber Ale
- Russian Imperial Stout
- Santa's Private Reserve
- Chipolte Ale
- Morimoto Soba Ale
- Double Chocolate Stout
- Morimoto Imperial Pilsner
- Imperial India Pale Ale - I2PA
- Rogue Irish Ale
- Chatoe (no sure which other...) - farm grown
- John John Dead Guy
- John John Hazelnut Nectar
- Captain Sig’s Norwestern Ale
- Charlie 1981
- Mom Hefeweizen
Come join the Rogue Nation for a great beer line up with Mussels to boot on Tues March 8th! Rumor has it there may be several cocktail made with Rogue Spirits on the menu too.
I'll be at Rattle N Hum from 6-9pm and hope to see you in Gotham! If you see me with my We Can Do It lunchbox, ask what is inside! This image is often misattributed to Norman Rockwell, it is a WPA era design my J. Howard Miller for Westinghouse.
Join me in celebrating many accomplishments of women, especially in the brewing industry and culinary trade, plus the women who grow the ingredients we eat and drink.
Here is a short history from the United Nations. The banner logo above is from this UN 1997 post, and has the dove symbol which I associated with Danish designer Siersbol. I have my Grandmother Lillian's necklace with this dove/women's sign which was made in Denmark.
I've posted about women in the beer industry and the Pink Boots Society, and my involvement with food as a member of the American Cheese Society and Women Chefs and Restaurateurs Assoc (sign up today, we want you as a member!). Its all about educating and promoting craft beer, from the tank to the table. Barley's Angels, is the new consumer leg of Pink Boots Society for ladies to enjoy and learn about beer. Chapters are being setup across the globe, check us out ladies & friend us on facebook!
Another highlight this week is Top Chef All Stars on Wednesday. Three of the five finalists are women. Kudos to Chef Carla Hall, Chef Tiffany Derry, and Chef Antonia Lofaso. The episode on Ellis Island, exploring each contestant's genealogy and their families connection to food was wonderful.
You Go Girls!