Chef’s Table with Yards Brewing Company

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Join us on Saturday, March 28th, 2015 from 4:30PM-6:30PM for four courses of from-scratch fare paired perfectly with four craft brews from Yards Brewing Company of Philadelphia, PA!

Our Executive Chef Kurt Wewer will be on hand to provide course-by-course explanations and to answer any questions you may have. If you’d like to learn more about previous events in our Chef’s Table series, click here.

Tickets to this event are all-inclusive and are $60. If you’re interested in attending, make sure to fill out the form below as soon as possible so we can hold your spot!

Full Menu

Course #1

Ginger and Lemon Infused Smoked Duck Carpaccio w/Micro Tangerine Lace, Pea Shoots, Blueberry and Himalayan Pink Salt Foam, Beer Focaccia Crostini
Paired with: Yard’s Poor Richard’s Tavern Spruce

Course #2

Sea Urchin Roe (Uni), Soy and Citra Hop Foam, Popcorn Shoots, Cucumber, Sesame Crisp
Paired with: Yard’s Love Stout

Course #3

Grilled Hibiscus Infused Veal Loin Chop, Vermouth and Citrus Saute Broccoli Rabe, Wild Onion, Cherry Emulsion, Campari Lentils
Paired with: Yard’s Washington’s Reserve Bourbon Barrel Aged Porter

Course #4

House Made Malted Strawberry and Star Anise Fruit by the Foot
Paired with: A Firkin of Yard’s IPA Conditioned on Ella Hops

This Event Is Sold Out.

Our Next Chef’s Table is with The Brewery at Hershey! Click here to learn more today.

About Yards Brewing Company

Yards Brewing Company is a brewery in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States, specializing in ales, particularly those in the English tradition. The brewery was established founded in 1994 by friends Tom Kehoe and Jon Bovit, who began producing their own homebrews in 1988. Within the first few months, “the Yards Guys” were producing one six-keg batch at a time out of their 3.5-barrel brewhouse, and supplying ESA, Entire Porter, and several other cask-conditioned ales to bars.

Its Philadelphia Pale Ale won Philadelphia Magazine’s Best Of Philly award for “Best Local Beer” in 2012, and ESA took home the bronze medal at the Great American Beer Festival that same year.