Wednesday, January 15, 2014

What's Brewing and Mooing: NYC taprooms add great food to their menus

New York breweries have already been booming as venues for corporate meeting groups.  Creating menus that pair great food with home-grown beer is making them even more delicious as an option.

One venue in Manhattan combines its very lengthy menu of rare beers with a "feast" for groups of 8-40 people from its own butcher. This includes three courses  of 10-12 preparations out of the animal including every bit from head to tail.

For groups that have both beer enthusiasts and attendees who know nothing about it, we have found a great option in Greenpoint, Brooklyn.  Your group can enjoy creatively-named selections such the EvilTwin/Avery collaboration brewed with Tequila.  Other samplings like Viking Blod (19% ABV) will certainly loosen up your group, but new breweries are changing beers all the time, so if you book a destination meetings for as early as Spring 2014, there is a good chance you will see something different.  But just as good.

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