Beau Rivage Resort & Casino Hosts Southern Brewers Club Craft Beer Tasting

Resort participates in Craft Beer Week with complimentary artisan beer tasting, gourmet pairings and live entertainment. 

BILOXI, Miss. – Dec. 29, 2014 –Beau Rivage will host its iconic Southern Brewers Club on Jan. 21 and Jan. 22 in support of Gulf Coast Craft Beer Week 2015. Beau Rivage will celebrate all things craft beer and participants can get a first-hand experience with Mississippi’s growing craft beer culture. Guests can appreciate a variety of specialty brews from the famous Chicago-based Goose Island Beer Company and Beau Rivage brewing partner Crooked Letter Brewery in Ocean Springs, Miss. at what are again expected to be premier tasting events.

“Beau Rivage is the perfect place to celebrate artisan beer and its inter-relationship with great food,” said Bruce Cartwright, Beau Rivage Beverage Manager. “We are proud to partner with Crooked Letter and Goose Island to produce these events and help them reach the community through the universal language of beer.”

On Wednesday, Jan. 21, Brewmasters Paul and Wanda Blacksmith, owners of Crooked Letter Brewery, will share insights about their popular local brews. Guests can enjoy complimentary craft beers paired with specialty bar snacks including pretzels, beer nuts and a selection of fried pork skins in wild flavors such as Sweet Hickory Smoke BBQ, Farmhouse Cheese, Buffalo n’ Bleu Cheese, Sea Salt and Vinegar and many more. 

The celebration continues on Jan. 22.  For $30 guests can enjoy a southern-style beer pairings dinner by Goose Island Brewing Company and culinary artist Chef Sarah Cormier of Beau Rivage’s Coast Restaurant. The event also features live entertainment by local cover band Anderson and Brennen and a gift for each attendee.  
  

  • Complimentary beer tasting featuring Crooked Letter Brewing Company          
    • Wednesday, January 21, 2015
    • 5:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.
    •  Eight75                                                                                                          
    • Free Admission                                                                          
    • Guest speaker brewmasters – brew snacks- craft beer specials- A gift for each guest
  • Brew and Pairing Party featuring Goose Island Brewing Company            
    • Thursday, January 22, 2015                                                                                 
    • 6:00 p.m.-8:00 p.m.                                                                                     
    • Red Brick Room                                                                                                 
    •  $30 per person ($25 with M life card)                                                          
    • Brews and paired dishes-Live entertainment-guest speaker brewmasters-a gift for each  guest.
 
Tickets are available online at www.beaurivage.com, ticketmaster.com, in person at the Beau Rivage Theatre Box Office or by phone at 888.566.7469.
 
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ABOUT CROOKED LETTER
Wanda and Paul Blacksmith began their brewing hobby nearly a decade ago, learning and brewing from their childhood friend when he would return home from college. That friend is now Head Brewer, John Myers.  Dreams and talks about brewing spurred up on the deck during homebrew sessions for years, and then in September 2009 a journey of business planning began, and ultimately the reality came to exist in October of 2012, when Crooked Letter Brewing Company took residence in Ocean Springs.  Two expansions have already occurred, with the addition of four new fermentation vessels and a bottling line, which meant another Full Time Brewer could be hired.  Wanda's brother and homebrewer himself, Scott Mitchell made the move back to Mississippi from Dallas, TX.  The Brewery's Four Core Brands are distributed throughout Mississippi and Louisiana on draft and in bottle.
 
ABOUT GOOSE ISLAND BREWERY
Goose Island Brewery is a brewery located in Chicago, Illinois, that began as a single brewpub known as Clybourn, which was opened in May 1988 by John Hall in Lincoln Park, Chicago, Illinois. The larger brewery (as we know it today) was opened in 1995, while the second brewpub, Wrigleyville, was opened in 1999.They bring tasty pints using 32 fermenters, over 15 different yeasts, state-of-the-art filters, centrifuges and a 50 barrel JV Northwest 5 vessel system that brews 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. The Goose Island brewery facilities have all the equipment necessary to deliver results. Goose Island produces several year-round and seasonal styles of craft beer, the best-known of which are 312 Urban Wheat Ale and Honker's Ale. Goose Island also offers Root Beer and various sodas including Orange Cream and Grape soda. The beers are distributed across the United States and the United Kingdom. 
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