level crossing brewing
Head to the award-winning South Salt Lake Brewery on February 11th. They showcase their latest Red Feather Cambium series brews. From 6pm to 8pm, the brewery will host an in-house tasting of the barrel-aged Black Album Imperial Black Rye IPA.
LCB wrote: Our head brewer Chris Detrick (pictured) and High West Distillery whiskey expert Austin Thomas have collaborated on The Black Album, The Barrel Whiskey Aged in High West Boulier casks. Talk about the Aged Black Album, High West Distillery Boullier Whiskey. ”
Tickets are available at https://levelcrossingbrewingtheblackalbum-bourye.eventbrite.com. Your purchase includes a welcome cocktail, two beers from Black His Album, a Boullier tasting, and snacks. The event is 21+ only.
Ogden Food Tour
The world may seem like the inevitable arctic hell right now, but trust me. With that in mind, keep an eye out for this new food-focused tour from O-Town Food Tours.
OTown Food Tours is ushering in a new era of culinary tourism in Ogden and is proud to launch its ‘Taste Ogden’ walking food tours on February 7, 2023. Delivered from the perspective of restaurants and artisan producers. Attendees will explore samples of products that represent Ogden’s food scene.
O-Town founder Rick Proffer arrived in Ogden, Utah in 1996 and decided this was the place to put down roots. With a passion for storytelling, he created O Town His Food His Tour as a way to celebrate all the wonders of this majestic mountain town.
“The mission of O-Town Food Tours is to support and celebrate Ogden through food and stories,” Plofer said. “As his registered Benefit LLC, we know that when members of our community care and support each other, we all thrive. sent to support children and families in the community.”
After an illustrious 25-year career in public education, Rick decided to start writing a new chapter in his life. Combining his three passions of food, storytelling and exploring places, he launched his O Town Food His Tours. It is an opportunity for him to experience and learn about local cuisine while experiencing the history of his travel destination.
“Ogden has a myriad of diverse, vibrant and creative food and drink options,
There are currently no food tours running in our city,” Plofer said. “Food tours have the ability to spotlight, celebrate and support restaurants, shops and producers while giving locals and visitors a ‘taste of the place’. ”
For more information, please visit https://otownfoodtours.com.
art & soup
Tickets for this annual fundraiser are on sale now. You can buy it here starting at $30. This year marks his 34th installment of the venerable fundraiser. It is intended to raise cash for the CNS Charitable Care Program, which “provides healthcare, hospice care, and medical services to individuals in need throughout Utah.” CNS is Utah’s oldest non-profit hospice company and has been caring for the local Utah community since 1928.
The large fundraising bash will provide attendees with soups and food samples from over 20 restaurants. In particular, you’ll have the chance to bid on works from his 60 artists from around Utah (with live entertainment, too). This ticket secures you tasting tickets to a range of local businesses, from Laurel in Grand America to Stratford Proper.
Valentine’s Day Dining at SLC
As a reminder, don’t forget that we round up our special Valentine’s Day events here every year. This year is expected to be an especially busy one as over 100,000 people flock in the run-up to NBA All-Star Week. .
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