Yoga at the Distillery
Start your weekend off right and get your zen on with yoga at Short Path Distillery. Classes will be held either in the tasting room or on the patio (weather depending) every Saturday at 11:00am. LeeMarie Kennedy will lead participants through a community all levels class. Tickets include a post-yoga cocktail from the Short Path Distillery menu. All are encouraged to stay after class, relax, and enjoy a cocktail (or two). Please bring your own yoga mat, water bottle, and towel (if desired). Note: Tickets must be purchased in advance. Space is limited.
When: Mar 24, 2018 11am in Everett, MA
Pierogi Pop Up w/Spoko Pierogi
There's nothin' like a beer and a bowl of hot buttery pierogi to warm your belly on a cold winter weekend! Come enjoy some delightful pierogi fromSpoko with us!From their website: Spoko is a pop-up restaurant and catering business combining Polish street food with international influence. Our mission is to recreate our favorite dishes from childhood with modern flare for the 21st century. BONE UP BREWING COMPANY // A Small Brewery Making Beer For Your Mouth in Scenic Everett, MA. Bone Up Brewing is the Boston area's smallest brewery! Husband-and-wife brewing duo Jared and Liz Kiraly crank out fresh new beer every week from their 3-barrel nano brewery and taproom. Inspired by old-school Belgian farmhouse brewing while celebrating American styles, their ales combine the heart and soul from each of these beloved beer cultures. Four year round beers are always available, but the gears of Bone Up are always turning, so you can expect an ever-changing array of one offs, seasonal releases, and experimental batches. Located in the heart of Everett's budding Fermentation District, the taproom is open Wednesday through Sunday and features full pours, flights, and growlers from ten rotating tap lines. In addition to a weekly cask, the taproom hosts games and an ongoing series of food vendors and pop ups. Outside of the occasional tasting, the best place to find Bone Up is right at the source! Bone Up Brewing Company, 38 Norman Street, Everett, MA Taproom Hours: Wed 3-11, Thu-Sat 12-11, Su 12-8 www.boneup.beer // @boneupbrewing
When: Mar 24, 2018 12pm in Everett, MA
DTR Presents: The Brew Chef Project with Toro vs. Little Donkey
The Bay State is in the middle of a culinary renaissance. It wasn’t long ago that a basket of greasy fried clams was the pinnacle of MA cuisine. Now it seems like every town and city in the Commonwealth has an upscale eatery with the chops to stand up to the best, and Down The Road wants in on the action. Introducing: The Brew Chef Project. Each month, DTR will host a special dinner presented by renowned local chefs, and we’re kicking off with a big one: Toro vs. Little Donkey. The Brew Chef Project If you have ever been to a Down The Road beer dinner, you know the pleasure of a well-chosen course - tart sours and juicy burgers, complex IPAs and hot curries and, of course, rich stouts and dark chocolate. Nothing is better than a well-paired nosh, and we honestly can’t get enough of them (check our events calendar - the proof is in the pudding). But this got us thinking, what happens if we go deeper on this concept? The Brew Chef Project puts our monthly featured chef behind our brewhouse control panel to craft their own custom beer. The chef’s beer will take center stage alongside a selection of DTR classics as each beer is paired with a unique, catered course for our esteemed guests. Round One Nothing gets the party started like a little star power, so we’re kicking off with Toro and Little Donkey. Two of the pillars of Boston’s cutting edge culinary scene are meeting in the ultimate showdown of good eats and tasty brews. Both of the teams will meet in advance of the event to collaborate on cooking up an English-style Extra Special Bitter (ESB) that will play first fiddle for the dinner. Then on Tuesday, March 27th, those lucky enough to have secured tickets will enjoy two preparations per course of beer and small plate pairings. Guests will be encouraged to vote on their prefered flavor combination, and a winner will be announced at the end of the night. Looking Ahead Down The Road has booked a different chef for every last Tuesday for the rest of the year. The list is filled with all sorts of folk, from James Beard recipients to lifetime restaurant veterans to upstart visionaries with dreams of greatness. We want to provide an arena to showcase the many culinary gems that have sprouted across the state, and we invite all of you to join us for what promises to be a celebration of flavor like no other. Check our list of upcoming Brew Chefs for a taste of things to come.
When: Mar 27, 2018 7pm in Everett, MA