Wednesday, January 27, 2010

2010 Jupiter Craft Brewers Festival and Field Of Beers

Field Of Beers and the Jupiter Craft Brewers Festival will be held this weekend January 29th and 30th at Roger Dean Stadium. This is the premier beer festival in South Florida and you don't want to miss out. The capacity is limited on both days so you will need to get tickets online or get there early to get a ticket at the door.

The Field Of Beers is a beer and food pairing held for only a limited group of 300 people on Friday night from 6:00pm - 9:00pm. The food will be paired with selections from breweries that have been invited to participate in the Field Of Beers event. Some of the breweries even brewed beer specially for this event so you may never get to try these beers again. The food is prepared by some of the top chefs in Palm Beach led by Chef John Carlino. The event is not sold out, as of yet, so buy tickets quickly by clicking here. Tickets will run you $77. Here is the menu for the event.

Key West Shrimp Spring Roll / Hefe weizen - Gordon Biersch, Miami, FL
Rice paper, Hand rolled to order with Shrimp, Rice Noodles, cilantro, mint served with a Key lime chili dipping sauce.
Pan Seared Diver Sea Scallops / Humming Ale - Anchor Brewing Co., San Francisco, CA
Herb crusted, sea salt, fresh pepper topped with Fresh Mango Salsa and balsamic drizzle on a sesame cracker.
Grilled Lollipop Lamb Chop / Local 2 – Brooklyn Brewery, Brooklyn, NY
Chimichurri Marinated, Local 2 Infused Onion Marmalade to garnish.
Traditional New England Lobster Bake Sampler / Prima Pilsner - Victory Brewing, Downingtown, PA
Maine Lobster meat sautéed in butter, with Florida fresh corn, red potato and onions
with a Lobster & clam broth.
Tuscan Char Bread “Bruschetta” / Belgian Tripel – Brewzzi, West Palm Beach/Boca, FL
Fresh Foccacia Bread brushed with olive oil, chargrilled and topped with Tuscan Olive Salsa. Finished with melted Gorgonzola.
Chicken Tikka Curry Skewer / Hopslam – Bells Brewing, Kalamazoo, MI
Yogurt and beer marinated and grilled with spicy Thai Basil Curry sauce.
Tuna Carving Station / Ho Ho Ho Wit – Swamphead Brewing, Gainesville, FL
Sesame Herb Crusted and Seared Tuna Loins, sliced to order, accompanied by pickled cucumber, wasabi cream and golden caviar.
La Caja China – Pig Roasting Box / Smoked Porter – Stone Brewing Co., San Diego, CA
Mojo and Smoked Porter injected, carved to order, served on a crunchy potato pancake.
Seared Florida Snapper Mini Taco / Saison Athene – St. Somewhere Brewing Co., Tarpon Springs, FL
Presented on a warm crispy tortilla layered with Chipotle Aioli, roasted vegetable relish and fresh cilantro.
Venison Slider / Amber Ale – Star Hill Brewery, Crozat, VA
Rich BBQ, made with Amber Ale accompanied by caramelized Vidalia Onions served on a small slider roll.
Grilled Portobello Quesadilla / Drifter Pale Ale – Widmer Brewing, Portland, OR
Flour tortilla filled with Portobello mushroom, fresh rosemary, pepper jack cheese and roasted peppers. Accented with a roasted garlic sour cream drizzle.
Poached Oyster Shooter / Panda Bear Ginja Blonde – Big Bear Brewing, Coral Springs, FL
Sweet Oysters, poached in ginja, sea salt and Myer lemon infused broth.
Black Bean, Corn, and Hickory Smoked Bacon Cakes / Monk in the Trunk – Inlet Brewing, Jupiter, FL
Panko coated and seared to order garnished with Florida Avocado Relish.
Ancho and Chocolate Rubbed “Slow Roasted” Beef Brisket / Bourbon Barrel Milk Stout – Corner Café and Brewery, Tequesta, FL
Carved to order, slow roasted since early this morning, complemented with a Bourbon Barrel Stout infused drizzle.

HOMEPLATE STATION
Chef Carlino’s Cider Doughnuts
Warm, made to order beignets, rolled in cinnamon sugar and served in a paper cone.
Mocha Mini Cannoli
Mascarpone, mocha, hand filled to order and dusted with powdered sugar.
Gonzo Porter – Flying Dog, Frederick, MD
Milk Stout – Left Hand Brewing, Longmont, CO.
HAND CRAFTED COFFEE
Costa Rican Naranjo, Bali Blue Moon, Kenya Nyeri - Oceana Coffee, Jupiter, FL

The Jupiter Craft Brewers Festival will be held this Saturday from 1:00pm-5:30pm. One of the great things about this festival is that the capacity is limited to only 3200 people. 1600 tickets are sold online and 1600 are sold at the gate the day of. The online tickets are sold out so you will need to get there early to stand in line to get your ticket. Tickets will be $30. I'm sure this doesn't need to be said but the event is only 21 plus so be sure to bring your ID or you'll be sitting in the car while your friends have the time of their lives. You will also find live music, a best dressed monk contest and a silent disco. Food will also be available for you to purchase inside so you can soften the blow from all this great beer. Here are the breweries you will find there Saturday.



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