Events

“UNPLUG!” Earth Day Beer Dinner
Hosted by Capital Ale House and Sierra Nevada

Our Executive chef Adam Hall has created an unforgettable menu by using local, sustainable, natural and organic products.

With Guest Speaker
Sierra Nevada’s own Assistant Head Brewer Terence Sullivan

1st Course
Sustainable Virginia red crab claws and Lardon (Certified Humane) from Surry Va. over fresh Tat Soi greens from Manakintowne Specialty Growers in Powhatan.
Paired with Kellerweis.

2nd Course
Smoked oyster mushrooms from Dave and Dee’s Mushrooms from Sedley, Va. atop Manakintowne’s pea shoots, and pink peppercorn aioli.
Paired with Brown Ale.

3rd Course
Virginia Charcuterie plate, aged Virginia winery vinegar reduction.
Paired with Ovila Abbey Dubbel.

4th Course
Richmond’s own Sausage Craft veal, pork and morrel mushroom sausage, Virginia aged cheddar sauce and purple radish microgreens from Manakintowne.
Paired with Russian Imperial Stout.

5th Course
Barley  malt and Bigfoot cheesecake topped with hop sugar.
Paired With a vertical tasting of Bigfoot Barleywine 2009, 2010, 2011

$50.00 per person (includes Gratuity, does not include tax)
Tickets on sale at all Capital Ale House locations or online here


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  1. i like how all videos say blottes and stuff can be purchased at your local homebrew shop , seriously i lived in ATL and Charl. NC, bot major cities and havent found anything remotely close to thess so called homebrew shop

  2. We’re having a craft beer festival on Feb 22. Can you please add information to your website?

    A t this lunchtime event, producers of high, quality craft beer will be on hand to share thoughtful, intelligent, and sometimes funny perspectives about their use of seasonal ingredients, brewing techniques, and how they get inspirations for new flavors. Area chefs from will be onsite with Whole Foods Market Chef Kiet to demonstrate how to cook with beer.

    The beer line-up includes: Evolution, Great Lakes, Harpoon, Heavy Seas, Lagunitas, Lost Rhino, Schlafly, Sierra Nevada, Starr Hill, Victory, and more. Each beer company will have 2 – 3 different varieties. Whole Foods Market Beer Buyer, Jeff Forest will kick off the event with the cracking of a fresh cask at 1PM sharp.

    Tickets can be purchased online via EventBrite http://www.eventbrite.com/e/craft-beer-festival-whole-foods-market-feb-22-tickets-10523065773.

    The early bird price of $16.00 is valid until Friday, Feb 21. The ticket price is $20 anytime after.

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