As part of their series of special dinners, Stages at One Washington is throwing a 100% New Hampshire Farm & Brew Dinner on Sunday, September 9th, at 7:30 pm. Join Chef Evan Hennessey for a special evening, as they once again transform their space in Dover to celebrate the bounty of New Hampshire:
Before fall sets in, Stages at One Washington is planning a dinner to celebrate the hard work of our New Hampshire farms and farmers. And what pairs better with farm fresh goodies than New Hampshire brewed beer? You know it, we know it — it’s a perfect combination and just the way to celebrate the close of the summer season.
Join us on Sunday, September 9th at 7:30pm for our 100% New Hampshire Farm & Brew Dinner and give summer one last hurrah before settling in for fall.
The roster of participating players can’t be beat: veggies, eggs and beef from Meadow’s Mirth Farm, Wake Robin Farm, Burnt Swamp Farm, Barker’s Farm, White Gate Farm, Mona Farm, Hurd Farm, and as a special treat, Patridge Farm is raising certified organic chickens specially for Stages at One Washington!
On the brew side of life, we’ll be graced with the presence of David Yarrington, master brewer/director of brewing operations of Smuttynose Brewing Co.; Bill Herlicka, owner/master brewer of White Birch Brewing; Paul Davis, owner/master brewer of The Prodigal Brewery; and Candia Road Brewing Company. And just to tease you — The Prodigal Brewery will be premiering a NEW beer with us, a totally new style for them. AND — Bill from White Birch Brewing will be bringing a SPECIAL SURPRISE for us at the end of the meal, a taste of something from a very small batch and not released anywhere else!
You don’t want to miss this 100% New Hampshire Farm & Brew Dinner. It will be a celebration of all of our favorite things that make living in the Granite State such a treasure. Click here for more information and reserve your table at this special event online!
For more information: www.stages-dining.com
A list of additional Seacoast restaurants using local ingredients can be found at www.seacoasteatlocal.org — remember to ask, “What’s local today?”