Commune. Supper Cult Celebrates Charleston Beer Week with Freehouse Brewery
Sun, Sep 11, 2016 at 6pm
Commune. Supper Cult & Event Collaborative is excited to announce a supper cult event at Freehouse Brewery on Septmeber 11th as part of Charleston Beer Week. The dinner will feature beers from Freehouse Brewery and four courses from local chefs including Josh Keeler formerly of Two Boroughs Larder and Air Casebier of FEAST Charleston. Launched in 2014, the goal of Commune is to provide guests with an insider’s look at local purveyors that leaves them with a true sense of place while allowing Charleston’s best chefs to experiment in a collaborative and creative environment. For this event, the focus will be on beers made by Freehouse Brewery and their unique organic ingredients.
Beginning at 6pm, the dinner will include four family style courses featuring organic ingredients, live music, a welcome cocktail and pairings for $90 per person. Early bird tickets are available for $75 if purchased by August 15th. Tickets are available for purchase at www.communecharleston.com.
Each Commune. event focuses on one purveyor and incorporates their wares into each of the dinner’s four courses. Teaming up with local guest chefs, each course not only highlights the specific purveyor, but allows the chefs to collaborate and experiment in ways they can’t always do within the confines of their respected restaurants. Commune’s past events have featured chefs such as John Lewis of Lewis Barbeque, Daniel Heinz of McCrady’s, Jason Stanhope of FIG and Elliott Moss of Buxton Hall BBQ.
To learn more about Commune. and our mission of highlighting lowcountry purveyors, please visit www.communecharleston.comor follow @communechs on Twitter and Instagram.
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