315 Queen Street East
Toronto, Ontario

Green Enterprise Toronto, Slow Food Toronto and Local Food Plus present...

The Brewers Plate: A Local, Sustainable Spring Feast Celebrating Independent Brewers, Chefs and Food Artisans.

Green Enterprise Toronto, a project of the Centre for Social Innovation, is dedicated to building a sustainable local living economy.

Join us for GET's banner event of 2008!

Friday, April 11, 6:30 to midnight, The Berkeley Church, 315 Queen Street East

$150.00+GST per ticket

Tickets limited to 300. To reserve tickets with VISA/MC call 416-644-1012

A wide selection of craft brews will be on tap for both tasting and drinking from Church Key, Mill Street, Black Oak, Steamwhistle, Cameron’s and Wellingtons. There will also be non-alchoholic beverages.
The Menu Includes:
Hors D’Oeuvres
Oysters with a story to tell from Oyster Boy
Prince Edward county sausages and chutneys from Buddha Dog
Organic, local, and exotic pizzas from the Magic Oven
The Main Feast
Deron Engbers - Veritas: 'Oreo' of Northern Woods Mushrooms with Wit beer gastrique, Jerusalem artichokes and walnuts
Paired with Mill Street
Brook Kavanagh - La Palette: Cherry Chocolate Stout Braised Bison Shortrib on Fondant Potato w/ Sour Cherry Jelly. Paired with the Black Oak Chocolate Cherry Stout.
Wheat Berry-Banana Weissbier Fritters with Citrus Curd. Paired with the Denison Weissbier.

Jamie Kennedy: JK signature Ontario Pickerel and frites with Cole Slaw and wild leek Tartar sauce. Paired with Church Key

Mark Cutrara - Cowbell: Legendary, traditional pulled Pork and Beans. Paired with Cameron’s

Karen Vaz - Rebel House: Barley Risotto - With or without smoked trout. Paired with Wellingtons

Marc Breton - Gladstone: Potato and Onion Galette topped with Monforte’s Smoked Sheep’s Milk Cheddar garnished with Toronto Sprouts’ Super Mix and Steam Whistle Pilsner-toasted mustard seed vinaigrette. Paired with Steam Whistle
Desserts both sweet and savory include creations from Sequel and Chris Klugman, and a selection of fine cheeses from the Ontario Cheese Society. Coffee by Raymond Eames & Co., Tea by Oikos and organic apple cider from Filsinger’s.

Special thanks to our sponsors, contributors and partners:

Edible Toronto, Enwise, Friends of the Greenbelt Foundation,
NOW Magazine, UrbanSpace Property Group, Via Rail Canada
Black Oak Brewing Co., Cameron’s Brewing Co., Church-Key Brewing, Mill Street Brewery, Steam Whistle, Wellington Brewery, Cowbell, Gladstone Hotel, Jamie Kennedy Event Catering, La Palette, The Rebel House, Veritas Local Fare

Buddha Dog, Bullfrog Power, Chris Klugman Photography, Eco Flora, Filsinger’s Organic Foods, It’s Personal, Live Green Toronto, Magic Oven, Oikos Teas, Ontario Cheese Society, Oyster Boy, Raymond Emes & Co., Third Eye Media, Sequel Catering

To reserve tickets with VISA/MC call 416-644-1012

Official Website: http://greenenterprise.net

Added by thegreenpages on April 3, 2008