Beer Expert & Author
From Friday, October 14, 2022 to Sunday, October 16, 2022 October 14, 2022 October 16, 2022 The Lodge at Woodloch
John Holl, Beer Expert & Author
October 14th - 16th
John Holl is a contributing editor to Wine Enthusiast Magazine where he covers the beer industry. John is editor of the Beer Edge: the newsletter for beer professionals. He's also the author of several books including the American Craft Beer Cookbook and is host of the Drink Beer, Think Beer podcast and co-host of Steal This Beer. Online: johnholl.com
Friday October 14th
Meet & Greet Reception and Book Signing
Join John Holl, author of "The Craft Brewery Cookbook: Recipes To Pair With Your Favorite Beer" and The Lodge at Woodloch Chef team for a unique welcome reception with small tastings, beer samplings, and casual conversation. Copies of "The Craft Brewery Cookbook" will be available for purchase and signing.
Saturday, October 15th
Beer Pairing Dinner ($)
Join Culinary Creative Director Josh Tomson and beer expert John Holl, author of "The Craft Brewery Cookbook: Recipes To Pair With Your Favorite Beer", for a unique twist on our Garden Dinner. The intimate two-hour tasting dinner will be led by Chef Josh as he selects the harvest focus for the dinner and John will pair the dinner with beers featured in "The Craft Brewery Cookbook.". There is an up-charge for the intimate dinner experience of $50 per person which includes the beer pairing. *Dinners are weather dependent. Garden dinners include a garden tour prior to dinner, garden conditions may be muddy. Please sign-up for this activity with the Hostess. Meet at the Hostess Stand at 5:30pm for the short walk to the garden.
I Don’t Like Beer- A Tasting
For many, an introduction to beer came through a pale lager, best served iced cold, or an import that had a faint aroma of skunk. That coupled with a general impression that beer can be “lower class” than, say, wine, has some people claiming that they don’t like beer. This presentation explores the flavors of beer, and how to properly taste it. When taking into account more than just taste, but color, aroma, mouthfeel, and a bit of history, many people are surprised when they suddenly find out that they do like beer, just not the stuff that started them in the wrong direction.