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Octoberfest Dinner at Blue Turtle Cafe

Oct. 23 at 7 pm, the best Oktoberfest dinner we’ve heard about!  $50/person includes lots of beer.

1st course
Spicy Pumpkin Fritters with Honey Citrus Remoulade,
paired with Leinenkugals Oktoberfest, 5.1% Chippewa Falls, Wi

       2nd course
 Oktoberfest Beer and Cheese Soup, paired with Samuel Adams Octoberfest, 5.3% Boston, Massachusetts

3rd course
 Roasted Apple Mushroom and Goat Cheese Strudel with fig and Balsamic Reduction, paired with Left Hand Oktoberfest, 6% Longmont, Co

4th course
 Braised Crispy Pork Belly with Sweet Potato Gnocchi and Pan Jus
paired with Ayinger Oktober fest-Marzen, 5.8% Aying, Germany

5th course
 Spiced Rum and Pumpkin Creme Brule ,
paired with Blue Moon Harvest Pumpkin Ale, 5.7% Golden, Colorado

Must reserve by Oct. 20th!  Call (912) 358-0808 

 

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5th Annual Rivers Rock at Moon River Brewing!

Thu, Oct 4,  7-10PM,  5th Annual Rivers Rock !  by Ogeechee Riverkeeper ,  at Moon River Brewing Co., 21 West Bay Street, Savannah GA, 31401,   $35,  Eat, Drink and Be Merry with Highlights including music by Swamp Cabbage, delicious food and craft beer, silent auction with local items and raffle. All to help the Ogeechee River !   Purchase tickets at:   www.riversrock.org

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Beer Tasting at Loco’s Tonight!

Swing by Loco’s tonight if you’d like to try beers from the following breweries:  Allagash, Stone, and Victory.  There is no cover charge to attend and we hear they will have some pretty sweet swag!  This event starts at 7pm.

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Social and Craft Beer Tasting

Young Professionals of Savannah is hosting their After Hours Social and Craft Beer Tasting, Feb. 23, 6-8pm at Loco’s,  301 W. Broughton St.  For more information about this event, email YPS@hotmail.com

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4th Annual Savannah Craft Brew Fest

Over 45 breweries, live music, good food and more!  This is one event you don’t want to miss.  It will be held September 2 – 4 at the Savannah International Trade & Convention Center.

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Beer Dinner at Crystal Beer Parlor

Wine dinners are popping up all over Savannah these days, but Beer Dinners remain rare.  No surprise, though, that the Crystal Beer Parlor is having one…this place is almost synonomous with BEER!  Best to make your reservations soon…. Feb. 23, 6 pm to 9 pm, at the Parlor.  Call now to get more details and make your reservations: 912-349-1000

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Eat Drink and Be Crafty for Labor Day!

Savannah’s very own Craft Brew Fest will be held all weekend long.  If you like great craft beers and good eats, you surely do not want to miss this event.  Craft brews from local breweries and others across the U.S. will be on hand to taste.  There’s even a golf tournament to participate in!  For all the details be sure to visit:  www.SavannahCraftBrewFest.com

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Belly Up and Guzzle at Murphy’s Law

“Misery loves company and company loves beer”, says Shelley Lowther and we agree. So head for Murphy’s Law Irish Pub on Sunday July 11 from 2.to 9:30 pm.  Come and watch the World Cup final, belly up to the bar and commiserate with each other about how England and USA got cheated out of a World Cup shot. And get one heck of a bargain in the process. For $20, all-you-can-drink Guinness, Harp or Smithwick’s.  Plus you get a 2010 souvenir World Cup Glass. Hang on to that. One day it’ll be treasure for your kids.

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Basil’s Pizza: It’s All Greek to Us!

They call it a pizzeria; they rave about their pizza. But there’s plenty of good pizza in Savannah.  There is precious little good Greek anything.  But Basil’s has some of the best Greek food anywhere on the eastern seaboard. The Avgolemono Soup, a classic Greek soup made from fresh chicken broth, lots of lemon, egg, and rice, is creamy, thick and better than any Avgolemono I have ever eaten outside of Greece.  The Dolmadas, stuffed grape leaves, tender young grape leaves, filled with a perfectly spiced blend of lamb and rice, are definitely Savannah’s best. It’s a definite mystery as to where they get their Feta Cheese and Kalamata olives, but they are another “Best.” As is their Pita bread…made in-house, perhaps? Whatever the case, if you love Greek food, head for Basil’s—216 Johnny Mercer Blvd., 897-6400.  .

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Reminder: Solar Social tomorrow at SOL!

Tues. evening 5:30 – 7 pm at Sol, 1611 Habersham. Terrific drink specials — Tequila Sunrise (to toast the sun, of course) just $5.00; Sol Beer just $2.00 (take it from us, if you like Corona, you’ll LOVE Sol! Get together with like-minded Solar Energy (and other alternate energy) advocates and those interested in learning more, and have some great conversation and good fun.

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