Local Beer, Moonshine, Wine + Coffee Dinner to Celebrate Parallel Post’s 1st Birthday

19 Nov
 

UPDATE:  the dinner sold out last night!  Sorry if you couldn’t snag a ticket.  

There are beer dinners, there are wine dinners, and there are even spirits dinners…but Parallel Post in Trumbull has topped all of that to celebrate their first year in business.  They’ve gone and thrown it all together into one culinary orgy of greatness on 11/20, starting at 6 pm for $65 per person (not including tax and tip).

First we’re talking about a birthday reception with Stratford’s Two Roads Brewing and East Hartford’s Onyx Spirits (first legal moonshine in New England).  Next up is the meal itself…five courses worth paired with wine from Connecticut Distributors.  The meal will be cooked by Chef and Restaurateur Dean James Max, Executive Chef Christopher Molyneux, and Chef de Cuisine Ali Goss.  Finally, wrapping things up, you’ll get to try a cocktail made with Trumbull’s own Shearwater Coffee Roasters that will pair nicely with the dessert options made by Madelyn Rendon.

Make sure to e-mail Parallel Post for this “Pals of the Post” dinner at farmtotrumbull@gmail.com to reserve your spot.

Parallel Post

Address:  180 Hawley Lane

Trumbull, Connecticut 06611

Phone: (203) 380-6380 for Parallel Post

(203) 378-1400 for the Trumbull Marriott

2 Responses to “Local Beer, Moonshine, Wine + Coffee Dinner to Celebrate Parallel Post’s 1st Birthday”

  1. Leslie November 19, 2013 at 10:18 am #

    holy crap this is tomorrow!? damn! we have a mandatory two roads training for all employees :(

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