Allagash Joins the Ranks of Supper Liberation Front: August 4, 2010
[caption id=“” align=“aligncenter” width=“500” caption=“Photo credit to nan_palmero on Flickr”][/caption] Sure, maybe you’ve heard about Supper Liberation Front, the latest project of Josh Gil’s (Joe’s Restaurant) and the supper club that serves fancy, imaginative food - 5 courses at a time - while charging dirt cheap prices. But for one night only, SLF will go “legit” in the name of Allagash. That’s as good of a reason as any to come above-ground, and I’m in full support. The one-off will take place away from their usual spot and at one of the best places to consume beer, period. The Library Alehouse will host the special dinner prepared by SLF. Rob Tod, founder of Allagash Brewing and a pioneer in Belgian-style ales, will be co-hosting with Tom Kelley, Libraryâ€™s Certified Ciceroneâ„¢. Tomm Carroll of Celebrator Beer News will host a Q&A session with Rob Tod, who will discuss the beers. Your price for all of the above and below is a mere $70.80 including gratuity but not tax, which will get added at checkout. Check out the menu below for the pairings:
lil bites allagash white mackerel victoria ale foam, gari sheet allagash victoria ale red roast pork croquettes slaw, kung pao glaze allagash curieux lamb reuben two ways allagash four foie gras gelato stout swirl, kubocha tempura allagash black
There will only be one seating at 6:30 PM for the night so be sure to buy your advance tickets - no walk-ins are allowed.
Wednesday, August 4
Tickets: $70.80 for 5 courses + beer pairings