WEDNESDAY, MAY 17
“Work is the curse of the drinking classes” – Oscar Wilde
Txotx got their start in the Basque Country of northern Spain, where there is a deep respect for local ingredients and traditional methods. Dry and complex apple cider naturally fermented in ancient oak barrels, bright and cleansing Txakoli born along sea-swept cliff-side vineyards, and the world’s finest seafood hand-picked and preserved at the height of its excellence. The most complex and beautiful products are made with a light touch and a whole lot of love for the land of their birth. Though they’ve expanded past the Basque Country, they still carry its ethos.
The Craft Beer Society returns for a second year of floating thorough foam and stumbling to find the edge of the glass. This year is all about discovering the pairing power of beer, and its power to elevate any culinary experience.
Delve into the centuries-old tradition of dry ciders with Txotx Import's Michael Broadbent.
$50. per person
Includes 8 ciders to taste as well as family-style share plates.
6:00 p.m. in the Members' Lounge
By Reservation 604 685 9321