UpCountry Brewing Co. to host breakfast and beer dinner, Sept. 14

On September 14, 2017, UpCountry Brewing will host its first Breakfast & Beer Pairing Dinner prepared by Executive Chef Matt Kovitch. The five-course meal will be breakfast themed, with each course paired with one of UpCountry’s house brewed beers.

The courses are as follows:

Upon arrival, a pint of the ‘Bernie Sanders is the Original Gangster of Just Economics,’ brewed by Just Brew It’s winner David Maida.

Yogurt and Granola, paired with the Kettle Sour infused with berries
Beet yogurt, house granola, berries

Avocado Toast, paired with the Hop Dread infused with grapefruit
Grilled sourdough, grapefruit, radish, tomato crème fraiche

Mini Quiche, paired with the InGen Amber infused with chai
Breakfast sausage, charred artichoke, argugula, goat cheese

Shrimp N’ Grits, paired with the Community Table Saison aged on French oak
Blackened shrimp, pimento grit cakes, sugar bacon, white wine Dijon cream

Sweet Potato Bourbon Waffle, paired with the Soon To Be Named Porter infused with coffee
Burnt honey ice cream, Nutella pecan brittle, espresso whipped cream

The Breakfast & Beer Pairing Dinner will begin at 7:00 P.M. that Thursday with a pint of house-brewed beer upon arrival. The first course will be served at 7:30 P.M. with a special introduction from the Executive Chef Matt Kovitch, Head Brewer Jordan Veale, and Owner John Cochran.
About UpCountry Brewing

At UpCountry Brewing, we believe that beer and the outdoors go hand in hand. We strive to craft and serve beer that accompanies every activity, whether it’s hiking and biking trails, kayaking rivers, or simply hanging out with friends and family in the Blue Ridge mountains. We believe in combining our two passions: making superb beer and enjoying our incredible surroundings. To learn more, visit www.upcountrybrewing.com or call us at (828) 575-2400.

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About Gina Smith
Gina Smith is the Mountain Xpress Food section editor and writer. She can be reached at gsmith@mountainx.com.

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