Upland Brewing Company is excited to be heading to SAVOR: An American Craft Beer and Food Experience again this summer! Upland will be one of 73 small and independent craft breweries represented at SAVOR. Presented by the Brewers Association, the event is in its eighth year, and will be heald at the National Building Museum in Washington, D.C. this June.
As in past years, Upland Brewing Co. will pour two of its craft beers, accompanied by a reception-style sampling of sweet and savory small plates designed by the Brewers Association executive chef and co-author of CraftBeer.com’s Beer & Food Course, Adam Dulye.
During SAVOR, Upland Brewing Co. will be serving VinoSynth Red, paired with Grilled Sea Scallops drizzled with Herbed Lemon Vinaigrette, and Dantalion, paired with Loin of Venison topped with Fried Parnsips, and Pomegranate Red Eye Gastrique.
Upland Brewing Co. will also present an educational Salon entitled A Collaboration of Barrel-Aged Wild and Sour Ales, along side Yazoo Brewing Co. of Nashville, Tennessee. Yazoo and Upland will each showcase one of their original sour/wild brews paired with a regional food dish, and will present their brand new collaboration beer, which is a blend of two beers made at their seperate facilites. Read more about this collaboration in Upland Brewing Co’s blog, here.
Visit the SAVOR website for more information, tickets to SAVOR are now sold out.
Stay tuned for special events before SAVOR in the D.C. area.