Since leaving Savoy earlier this year, Chef Ryan Tate has been working on opening his own restaurant and developing new menus for various events around the city. On Wednesday, August 17th at 7 p.m. he will be at Jimmy’s No. 43 for the beer pairing dinner event of the summer. Tickets are already available (and will go quickly). Chef Tate has taken time out of his prep to discuss the menu and more… [Read more…] about August 17 Beer Pairing Dinner With Guest Chef Ryan Tate
Chris Kuzme and Mary will be back this Thursday, August 11th, at 8 p.m. to discuss, celebrate and imbibe some of the world’s favorite style of beers New World (i.e. American) IPA’s. All walk-ins welcome!
Last week’s class discussed the history and evolution of Traditional IPAs. Beers available included:
Wells Bombardier Ale
Coniston Old Man Ale
Thornbridge Kipling Pale Ale
Thornbridge Jaipur IPA
Samuel Smith India Pale Ale
Greenport Harbor’s (English Style) Citrus IPA
See what’s in store this week. $25 at the door. Hope to see you there!
There’s been an outpouring of remembrances about our great friend Ray Deter. This is one of the best we’ve heard so far, from Jonathan White, who for six years met up with Ray every Friday to have lunch. We hope you’ll remember Ray by joining us at A Toast To Ray next Monday (you can buy tickets or donate to the Ray Deter Memorial Fund here). So, what do a back-to-basics dairy man, a sardonic beer lover, and one of the greatest mathematical minds of all time have in common? Take it away Jonathan… [Read more…] about Jonathan White Of Bobolink Farm Remembers Ray Deter
The third annual July Good Beer Month has been bittersweet. As most of The Good Beer Seal community are aware, Good Beer Seal and Beer Sessions Radio co-founder Ray Deter passed away. To celebrate Ray’s life, The Good Beer Seal community will close out the month with “A Toast to Ray,” on Monday, August 1st from 7-10 p.m. at Ray’s bar, dba Brooklyn (113 North 7th Street in Williamsburg). All proceeds from the event will go to the Ray Deter Memorial Fund, to benefit Ray’s family, including his two sons.
“A Toast to Ray” will be co-sponsored by Beer Sessions Radio/Heritage Radio Network, Jimmy Carbone and the Good Beer Seal, and Jonathan White of Boblink Farm, which will be providing a whole pig, raw oysters, cheese and bread. Local breweries (Sixpoint, Saison Dupont, Brooklyn Brewery, and Kelso, among others) will be donating limited beers for purchase. Other vintners will be donating whiskies, bourbons and other rare spirits. Food will be provided by Fette Sau, Tchoup Chop, Jimmy’s No. 43, Heritage Foods USA, and Waterfront Ale House. Snacky Tunes will dj, with more entertainment TBA.
Ticket options include a $20 all-you-can-eat-pay-for-your-drinks or a $50 drinks-included option. You may also donate additional funds directly to Ray’s family from the ticket link. Admission includes access to a silent auction of rare beers and spirits provided by Spuyten Duyvil and importer B United, among others.
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Join Just Food and Jimmy’s No. 43 for a party+filming+discussion of Farmageddon. The night begins and ends at Jimmy’s No. 43, with a jaunt of a few blocks to screen the film. The after party includes drink specials and a panel discussion featuring filmmaker Kristin Canty, Jimmy Carbone, Angela Davis of Just Food and the Weston A. Price Brooklyn chapter, Sarma Melngailis (Owner of Pure Food and Wine Restaurant), and Max Goldberg of livingmaxwell blog. Tickets are available here.