Bakers’ Brewery plans special events for 2nd ‘Beer-iversary’
June 1, 2017
Technically speaking, The Bakers' Brewery opened March 6 two years ago in Silverthorne. However, due to nine and a half months of federal-licensing processing, the brewery did not get its first four brews on tap until the first week of June.
As a result, Bakers is celebrating its second "Beer-iversary" from 7 to 11 p.m. tonight at the brewery, 531 Silverthorne Lane. The event will feature live music from John Truscelli and Jess Rose Moidel with special beer tappings and a dinner featuring beer pairings with four menu items for $25.
In addition to Bakers' 12 normal taps, its "extra special beers" will be Rum Barrel Aged SCUBA dOOba Dubbel, Bourbon Barrel Stout, Bourbon Barrel Sour RyePA, and a four-year aged DAM Scotch Ale, which was brewery owner Cory Forster's first recipe.
All four menu items are from the summer menu, which started up about one month ago, and each is paired with a small pour so that the flavors complement each other nicely.
"So for a mere $25, you get four sample-sized entrée items and four sample-sized brews," Forster said, adding that for $5 more people can add a dessert pairing, Bakers' homemade macaroon with a toasted coconut-cinnamon stout. For more, TheBakersBrewery.com.
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