Beer Dinner: The Cambridge Brewing Company 100 Mile Dinner (MA)
The CBC 100 Mile Dinner.
(@cambridgebrewing, @cambridgebrew #beerdinner)
- When: Wednesday, September 29th at 7PM
- What: Four course/four beer prix fix beer dinner extravaganza
- Where: Cambridge Brewing Company, Cambridge MA
- Cost: 48 + Tax and gratuity
- Website: http://www.cambridgebrew.com/
Details: The ENTIRE dinner will be sourced from local farms, all within 100 miles of CBC (Most are much closer, to be honest). And, quite naturally, each course will come paired with hand-crafted ale, thoughtfully chosen by Brewmaster Will Meyers, and brewed right here at the CBC.
The Whole Shebang Goes for Just 48 bucks + tax and gratuity. That’s 60 dollars total, including tax and tip.
Four Courses. Four Beers.
100% Local. 100% Responsible. 100% Delicious.
Here’s the catch. We’ve only got 60 tickets available.
If you think you’d like to attend I’d suggest getting your seats nailed down ASAP.
To get your tickets today call 617-494-1994.
Cambridge Brewing Company
P.S. Typically our Brewer’s Dinners are about half sold out before we even release the menu. Just saying…
Background on the CBC Green Movement:
But first, In case you didn’t know, we’ve very much been a part of the ‘green’ movement here in Cambridge. In other words we’re trying to do the right thing. For you and the environment.
We’ve been a green certified business for over a year now. Along the way to getting certification, we’ve executed many ‘green initiatives.’
For instance we’ve been donating the spent grain from our brewing process to local farms as feed for years. We’ve also had a robust recycling and composting program in place for years. Instead of throwing our leftover foodstuff in the trash so it can go on to be dumped in the landfill, we compost it so it can go on to become nutrient rich soil.
One of our most recent additions has been a 300 gallon water recycling tank to reuse heated water from our brewing process the next day. That way we are burning less gas (to heat said water) and using the water that used to just go, quite literally, down the drain.
Perhaps most importantly are the changes that Chef David Drew has made in the Kitchen over the last 2 years.
Did you know…
- ALL of the meat cooked at CBC is all naturally raised!
- We also buy most of our veggies, fruits and cheeses from local farms like Verrill Farms in Concord and Butterbrook farms in Acton.
- We’ve had pigs raised, humanely and naturally, just for us by our good friends at Colchester Neighborhood Farms.
- And we now have a Cambridge Farmers Market Plate on our regular dinner menu that features dishes that are 100% sourced from local farmers markets.
Chef Dave literally rides his bike to the various Cambridge farmers markets and picks out produce for the Market Plate. And our customers are loving it! It’s fresh, delicious and they can enjoy it with a good conscience.
So what does this mean for you? It means that by dining at CBC you’re supporting local businesses. You’re eating fresh and natural foods – tastier and better for you! And of course you’re supporting an environmentally responsible restaurant.