Date(s) - July 14, 2015
6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Celebrate Ohio Brew Week and the 4th Annual Real Food * Real Local Conference with a barbeque buffet paired with local craft beers at the Eclipse Company Store. Local bbq aficionados, Kiser’s Barbeque, will be serving up their signature low and slow pit-smoked barbeque and Athens’ two newest microbreweries, Little Fish and Devil’s Kettle will be serving their craft beer throughout the dinner.
Tickets to this event at $20 and may be purchased HERE.
About Kiser’s Barbeque:
Established in 2009, Kiser’s Barbeque can be found nestled in the beautiful, sprawling green hills of Athens, Ohio. Family owned and family operated, Kiser’s Barbeque is committed to authentic low and slow pit-smoked barbeque. Our homemade family recipes have been tested and refined and now are passed on to you, our honorary family member to enjoy and celebrate. Kiser’s Barbeque has been a 30 Mile Meal partner in Athens since their opening. Sean and his staff select local meats and produce from a variety of farmers across Athens, Meigs and Morgan counties. Kiser’s Barbeque is committed to using only the highest quality and freshest LOCAL products when available. A regular supporter of the Chesterhill Produce Auction and the Athens Farmers Market agricultural producers, Kiser’s remains committed to buying local and even works with other local businesses like Casa Nueva and Shagbark Seed and Mill to source processed foods for his menus.
About Devil’s Kettle:
Devil’s Kettle focuses on premium ales and lagers and opened their brewery in May of 2015. In 2013, Devil’s Kettle founder Cameron Fuller won best of show in the Ohio Brew Week’s Homebrew Competition, beating out 281 other beers. He also received the competition’s Jim Leverentz Award for having the most winning entries (eight).
About Little Fish:
Owners Sean White and James Stockwell share that their philosophy is to brew simple, rustic, and beautiful beers. While farmhouse ales and sours are close to our hearts, we equally love to brew and drink a meticulously crafted lager or a hop-forward pale ale. Nothing is off the table as long as it pairs well with friends and family! The brew masters state, “We strive to make our brewery a reflection of our beliefs. When feasible, we use organic malts. Our specialty grains, such as corn and spelt, are grown locally in Ohio. The electricity is 100% wind power sourced. Every little bit helps.”
Eclipse Company Store