Monday, September 27, 2010

Brewtopia at Central Market

Sorry, I've been neglecting the blog lately. I've been on vacation in Orlando at Disney and Universal (more on that later), so I'm late in telling you about Brewtopia, a thing currently happening at Central Market. Not sure if I'll get around to attending any of the events, but for what it's worth, here is the press release that I should have posted about a week ago. I was in there today and saved 20% on some Brooklyn Oktoberfest and Boulevard Bob's 47 Oktoberfest. It's gonna taste good with this cool front that just blew through Austin.

Visit with Brew Masters from across the country and local favorite Chef Kent Rathbun, owner of Abacus, Jasper’s and Rathbun’s Blue Plate.

Central Market

Only Central Market has a beer selection so large it can be called “Brewtopia.” With a vast selection of over 350 beers on any given day, Central Market offers something to please every beer lover’s palate. From September 22 to October 5, Austinites are invited to celebrate their love for hops at Central Market’s first Brewtopia event.

Discover new beer favorites as experts from America’s favorite breweries share their products and knowledge. Brew Masters from across the country, including Terence Sullivan of Sierra Nevada, Steven Pauwels of Boulevard Brewing Co. and Brad Farbstein of Real Ale, will partake in two weeks of classes in the CM Cooking School and samplings in the Beer Department.

Celebrate beer from pint to plate in a special class with winner of “Iron Chef America” and James Beard-nominee, Kent Rathbun. Chef Rathbun will teach participants how to cook with beer and demonstrate how easy it is to pair beer with a variety of flavors. With dishes like Pan Roasted Striped Bass, Bourbon Cream Corn & Texas Peach Barbecue Sauce, he will delight you with his rustic home-cooked style with a touch of elegance.

Brewtopia runs Wednesday, September 22 through Tuesday, October 5

Central Market, 4001 N. Lamar Blvd., Austin, TX 78756, 512-206-1000
Central Market, 4477 S. Lamar Blvd., Austin, TX 78745, 512-899-4300

1 comment:

Steven Heuer Jr. said...

Like the Blog, Looks like your are has a lot of places to catch unique brews. Wish they had some my way.