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Widmer Beer and Cheese Tasting with Jeremy Figy on March 22nd

Posted by Enoteca Fine Wine & Beer Posted on Mar - 14 - 2012

Widmer Brothers

Dear Enotecans,

Jeremy Figy from Widmer Brewing will be here on March 22nd at 5pm and at 7pm to share some brand new special Widmer beers and pair them with specialty cheeses!  Come try a set of beers that are unique and original, as Widmer kicks it up a notch to show off the muscles it has earned from being one of the earliest Northwest craft breweries.

We’re tapping a special keg for the event, so bring your growlers for a special growler fill price only during this tasting!

Buy tickets for the 5pm tasting here.

Buy tickets for the 7pm tasting here.

Important Note: Enoteca strives to bring you the best experience in wine and beer. Due to the popularity of our events we have had to change our policy on event tickets.  Now you buy tickets online, just like concert tickets.  They’re not yours until they’re paid for, and when we fill up, tickets are no longer available.  Unfortunately we can no longer provide refunds FOR EVENTS.  You will be emailed a receipt for your payment of the ticket, and you can print this for verification of the ticket.

What’s on Tap right now?

Glad you asked! You can always find out what’s currently on tap at Enoteca by visiting Craft Beer > What’s On Tap?

Right now we have Deschutes The Stoic from the beer library at Deschutes, Ommegang Seduction, which is a Chocolate Porter blended with a Cherry Lambic making a delicious chocolate cherry treat, once it warms up a touch, Lagunitas Cappucino Stout for the coffee + beer fans (great pint and growler price too), and finally Dogfish Head Theobroma, an interesting balanced beer featuring chocolate, chili spices, and developed for the Ancient Ales series based on pottery fragments from Honduras.  Read more about it here.

Categories: Craft Beer

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