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AUGUST

Battle Olympic: Spain vs Italy
Tuesday, August 2  •  7-9pm  •  $65
Michael Walsh, Wine Educator, Majestic Wine and Spirits

Centuries old rivalry in both games and their distinctive old world wines. These elegant vividly favored white & red wines pair perfectly with the flavors from the grill. Additional menu details will follow.
1st Course: Almond Dusted Scallops with Tomato Hearts, Jalapeno, Prosciutto Lardons and Fresh Herbs; Gavi di Gavi, Villa Rosa 2014, Piedmont, Italy;
2nd Course: Crab and Chorizo Roquette RWth Goat Cheese Cream; Albarino, Ramon Bilbao 2014, Rias Baixas, Spain;
3rd Course: Grilled Rack of Lamb with Wild Mushroom Stuffed Shell Baked in Tomato Sauce; Chianti Classico Riserva, Carpineto 2011, Tuscany, Italy & Rioja "Crianza", Franco Espanolas 2012, Rioja, Spain;
Dessert Course: Chef's Creation.



Pacific Coast Series: California’s North Coast
Wednesday, August 3  •  7-9pm  •  $65
Hudson Austin, Wine Educator, The Wine Merchant, Ltd.

California is the most often thought about place for wine in America. Some many wineries are here and thriving and tonight we will explore some of the wines from the more northerly parts of California, led by Hudson Austin, Sommelier. Additional menu details will follow.
1st Course: Chilled Mexican Shrimp Cocktail with Avocado and Chipotle; Bonny Doon Riesling, California;
2nd Course: Veal Medallions with Cordon Bleu Sauce, Toasted Cashews and Legumes; Sebastiani Chardonnay, North Coast, California;
3rd Course: Beef Tenderloin au Poivre with Buttermilk Mashed Potatoes, Ginger Plum Sauce; Aquians Pinot Noir, North Coast, California & Aquinas Cabernet Sauvignon, North Coast, California;
Dessert Course: Chef's Creation.



Olympic Clash of the Titans: USA vs France
Tuesday, August 9  •  7-9pm  •  $65
Michael Walsh, Wine Educator, Majestic Wine and Spirits

These two powerhouse regions bring very competive styles. France has its lighter and complex flavors and the USA brings bolder and rich flavors. You decide who wins. Additional menu details will follow.
1st Course: Grilled Sea Bass with White Anchovies and Tarragon Butter; Bourgogne Blanc (Chardonnay), Domaine Roux 2014, Burgundy, France;
2nd Course: Arugula and Zucchini Noodle Salad with Baked Nut Crusted Goat Cheese and Citronette; Sauvignon Blanc, Girard Estate 2014, Napa, CA;
3rd Course: Cornish Game Hen, Confit Finger Potato Hash with Bacon, Chicken Jus with Thyme and Dried Cherries; Haut Medoc, Chateau la Croix de Trale 2012, Bordeaux, France & Meritage, Fidelity " Crazy Creek" 2013, Alexander, CA;
Dessert Course: Chef's Creation.



Wines of Chile
Wednesday, August 10  •  7-9pm  •  $65
Hudson Austin, Wine Educator, The Wine Merchant, Ltd.

Chile is home to some of the best value wines in the world. Popular in UK long before becoming popular here in the states, tonight’s class explorers those beloved wines, led by Wine Educator, Hudson Austin. Additional menu details will follow.
1st Course: Roasted Poblano Pepper Stuffed with Shrimp, Mango Basil Salsa, Avocado Cream; Gryphus Sauvignon Blanc, Rapel Valley, CL 2015;
2nd Course: Orecchiette Mac and Cheese with Crab, Horseradish and Bacon; Santa Rita Chardonnay Reserva, Casablanca, Cl 2015;
3rd Course: Lamb Loin with Leek Soubise, Merguez Sausage, Mushroom and Fig Ragout; MontGras Cabernet Sauvignon Reserva, Colchagua, CL 2013;
Dessert Course: Chef's Creation; Aresti “Late Harvest” Gewurztraminer, Curico Valley, CL 2013.



Craft Beer & Wine Series: Wheats & Whites for the Summer Heat
Saturday, August 13  •  7-9pm  •  $75
Stephen Mc Kinney, Beer Educator

Explore both craft beer & white wine that will help you beat the summer heat.
1st Course: Shrimp Cake with Ginger, Lemon Brioche French Toast, and Fresh Raspberries; Destihl Counter ClockWeissen, Berlinerwiesse 3%; A.A. Badenhorst The Curator White Blend 2015;
2nd Course: Seared Scallop with Wakame Salad, Green Apple and Nasturtium; Hoegaarden, Witbier, 4.9%; Douglas Green Sauvignon Blanc 2015;
3rd Course: Chilled Crab Salad in Endive with Italian Style Salsa; Allagash White, Witbier, 5%;; Warwick Estates Sauvignon Blanc 2015;
4th Course: Pork Tenderloin Saltimbocca; Bells Oberon, Wheat Ale, 5.8%; Warwick Estate Chardonnay (South Africa) 2015;
Dessert Course: Chef's Creation; Chef’s Fruit Tart Creation; Anderson Valley Blood Orange Gose, Gose, 4.2%; Klein Constantia Sauvignon Blanc 2014.



Wines of Argentina
Wednesday, August 17  •  7-9pm  •  $65
Hudson Austin, Wine Educator, The Wine Merchant, Ltd.

Argentina is a recent discovery (in worldly terms) for the American market. Maybe brought on by the sudden explosion of Malbec onto the world stage, Argentina has come on full force with some very exceptional wines. Tonight’s class explores this country and we taste what makes Argentina so special, led by Wine Junkie, Hudson Austin. Additional menu details will follow.
1st Course: Scallop Ceviche with Grapefruit and Truffle; Callia Torrontes, Tulum Valley, ARG;
2nd Course: Lobster Thermidor Pot Pie; Puleta Estate Chardonnay, Lujan de Cuyo, ARG;
3rd Course: Roasted Loin of Venison with Juniper and Almond Essence, Sweet Potato Mascarpone Puree, Rosemary Cherry Sauce; La Posta “Pizzella Vineyard”, La Consulta, ARG & Paul Hobbs “Felino” Cabernet Sauvignon, Mendoza, ARG;
Dessert Course: Chef's Creation.



Summer Break: Tuscany
Tuesday, August 23  •  7-9pm  •  $65
Michael Walsh, Wine Educator, Majestic Wine and Spirits

A perennial favorite dinner with wines and food as the summer harvest is coming to the table. Additional menu details will follow.
1st Course: Antipasto Tapenade with Focaccia Bread; Super Tuscan White, "Dogajolo" 2014;
2nd Course: Quail Stuffed with Wild Boar Sausage and Mushrooms, Stewed local Tomatoes with Cannellini Beans; Sangiovese / Cabernet, Castello di Luiano 2014;
3rd Course: Petite Filet with Peppercorn Sauce, Eggplant Involtini with Gorgonzola; Vino Nobile de Montepulciano, Carpineto 2010 & Super Tuscan Red, HEBA, Magliano 2013;
Dessert Course: Chef's Creation.



Battle Olympic: Chile versus Argentina
Wednesday, August 24  •  7-9pm  •  $65
Hudson Austin, Wine Educator, The Wine Merchant, Ltd.

The South American Wine Rivalry is settled tonight. Tonight we pit the same grapes against one another coming from just two wineries focusing on two regions. A classic battle will ensue, refereed by Sommelier Hudson Austin and judged by you! Additional menu details will follow.
1st Course: Baby Spinach Salad with Lardons, Goat Cheese and Figs; Santa Rita 120 Series Sauvignon Blanc, Valle Central, CL 2015 & Portillo Sauvignon Blanc, Uco Valley, ARG 2015;
2nd Course: Opened Faced Crab Cake Croque-Monsieur; Santa Rita 120 Series Chardonnay, Valle Central, CL 2015 & Portillo Chardonnay, Uco Valley, ARG 2015;
3rd Course: Veal Tenderloin with Rabbit Sausage Ragout, Pine Nut Gremolata; Santa Rita 120 Series Cabernet Sauvignon, Valle Central, CL 2015 & Portillo Cabernet Sauvignon, Uco Valley, ARG 2015;
Dessert Course: Chef's Creation.



Wines for Back to School
Tuesday, August 30  •  7-9pm  •  $65
Michael Walsh, Wine Educator, Majestic Wine and Spirits

As the summer comes to an end and the summer harvest is bountiful, taste these fun wines whether experienced or a novice with wines. Everyone will enjoy this dinner. Additional menu & wine details will follow.
1st Course: Shrimp Pot Stickers with Ponzu Sauce; CAVA (Xarello), Albet di Noya 2013, Penedes, Spain;
2nd Course: Chicken Piccata with Roasted Red Pepper Polenta Fries; Chardonnay, Artesa Estate 2013, Carneros, CA;
3rd Course: Lamb Stew with Andouille Sausage, Gnocchi, Smoked Cheddar; Pinot Noir, Julia James 2013, Sonoma, CA & Malbec, Ruca Malen "Yauquen" 2014, Mendoza, Argentina;
Dessert Course: Chef's Creation.



Lobster Lovers! Lobster and Summer White Wines
Wednesday, August 31  •  7-9pm  •  $70
Hudson Austin, Wine Educator, The Wine Merchant, Ltd.

With this warm weather upon us, tonight we will feast on lobster paired classically with some of the Summer’s greatest hits of white wine. From Sauvignon Blanc to Pinot Grigio, we will swirl, sip and savor our way through the night led by wine junkie, Hudson Austin. Additional menu details will follow.
1st Course: Lobster Flatbread with Prosciutto and Melon Salad; Acinum Prosecco, Veneto, Italy;
2nd Course: Butter Poached Lobster with Corn Pudding, Cotija Cheese, Garlic & Herb Smashed Avocados;Line 39 Sauvignon Blanc, California 2014;
3rd Course: Lobster Newburg with Fennel Dusted Biscuit; Chalone “Gavilan” Chardonnay, Chalone, California 2013 & McManis Family Vineyards Pinot Grigio, River Junction, California 2014;
Dessert Course: Chef's Creation.

SEPTEMBER

Winemaker Series: Caymus
Saturday, September 3  •  7-9pm  •  $125
Winery Representative

Considered Napa Valley Royalty, making wine since 1972, Caymus is distinctly Napa. The wines are classic and unmistakably some of the best, in not just Napa Valley, but the whole world.
1st Course: Seared Scallop with Pearl Tapioca Curry, Grilled Melon, Peanuts Roasted in Duck Fat and Rosemary; Mer Soliel Chardonnay 2014;
2nd Course: Halibut Ceviche with Toasted Quinoa, Jalapeno Avocado Crema; Caymus Conundrum 2014;
3rd Course: Veal Tenderloin, Mushrooms in Vol-au-Vent with Point Reyes Bay Blue and Hazelnuts; Belle Glos Pinot Noir 2014;
4th Course: Braised Lamb Shoulder with Balsamic, Mint Pistou, Spaetzle & Ricotta; Caymus Cabernet Napa 2013 & Caymus Special Select 2013;
Dessert Course: Chef's Seasonal Creation.



Mangia Italia Series - Northern Italy
Wednesday, September 7  •  7-9pm  •  $65
Hudson Austin, Wine Educator, The Wine Merchant, Ltd.

The first in a FOUR part series covering Italy from the North to the South and beyond. Tonight we taste through some of the wines that make Northern Italy so special. Additional menu details will follow.
1st Course: Heirloom Tomato Salad with Homemade Ricotta Cheese, Fresh Raspberries, Warm Bacon Vinagrette, Polenta Croutons; Bottega Vinaia Pinot Grigio (Trentino) 2015;
2nd Course: Pork Belly Rillettes with Sour Dough Toast, Grain Mustard and Onion Marmalade; Ricossa Dolcetto (Piedmont) 2014;
3rd Course: Braised Short Rib Bolognese with Wild Boar Sausage, Black Pepper Pasta “rags”, Parmigiana Reggiano; Costa Medina Valpolicella Ripasso (Veneto) 2013 & Luisa Refosco (Fruili) 2013;
Dessert Course: Chef's Creation.



Pinot Noir – UNCORKED!
Wednesday, September 14  •  7-9pm  •  $65
Hudson Austin, Wine Educator, The Wine Merchant, Ltd.

In October of 2004 the movie caused and explosion of popularity of pinot noir and nearly destroyed forever, merlot. Tonight's class is all about pinot noir, from its birthplace to it's new fame. Additional wine details will follow.
1st Course: Smoked Salmon and Camembert Tart with Dill Crème Fraiche; Domaine Clovallon Pinot Noir (Languedoc, FR) 2013;
2nd Course: Turkey Meatballs with Mushroom Gravy, Truffle Oil, Fried Onion Rings; Spy Valley Pinot Noir (Marlborough, NZ) 2014;
3rd Course: Duck Breast with Sweet Potato Puree, Pistachios, Cherry Hoisin Sauce; Austerity Pinot Noir (Santa Lucia Highlands, CA) 2014 & Pike Road Pinot Noir (Willlamette Valley, OR) 2014;
Dessert Course: Chef's Creation.



Class of the Titans: Burgundy vs Napa
Thursday, September 15  •  7-9pm  •  $65
Michael Walsh, Wine Educator, Majestic Wine and Spirits

Additional details will follow.
1st Course: Tuna Carpaccio with House Pickled Carrots, Snow Pea Salad, Apricot Wasabi Gastrique; Sauvignon Blanc, Clos Pegase 2014 Napa, CA;
2nd Course: Grilled Chicken, Poached Pear, Goat Cheese & Walnuts with Celeriac Cream; Bourgogne Chardonnay, Domaine Roux 2014 Burgundy, France;
3rd Course: Smoked Paprika & Cocoa Rubbed Venison Loin with Eggplant Ragout, Cumberland Beet Sauce; Gevrey Chambertin, Louis Latour 2012 Burgundy, France & Cabernet Sauvignon, Girard " Estate" 2013 Napa, CA;
Dessert Course: Chef's Creation.



California Dreaming: Tour Sonoma
Tuesday, September 20  •  7-9pm  •  $65
Michael Walsh, Wine Educator, Majestic Wine and Spirits

Join us as we continue our Tour of the major wine regions of California, next stop is Sonoma county, just Northwest of Napa, comprised of a number of important subregions / valleys that we will be exploring tonite. Additional details will follow.
1st Course: Sauvignon Blanc, Josh Cellars 2014;
2nd Course: Chardonnay, Buehler " Russian River" 2014;
3rd Course: Cabernet Sauvignon, Summers "Adriana's" 2012 & Zinfandel, Kunde Estate 2013;
Dessert Course: Chef's Creation.



Mangia Italia Series – Central Italy
Wednesday, September 21  •  7-9pm  •  $65
Hudson Austin, Wine Educator, The Wine Merchant, Ltd.

The second in our FOUR part series covering Italy from the North to the South and beyond. Tonight we taste through and focus in on Central Italy and all its bounty. Additional details will follow.
1st Course: Shrimp and Chickpea Soup with Pasta and Prosciutto; Principe Pallavicini Frascati (Lazio) 2015;
2nd Course: Red Snapper Oreganata with Potato and Clam Ragout; Capestrano Passerina (Marche) 2014;
3rd Course: Fennel & Espresso Crusted Veal Tenderloin, Soft Polenta with Fontina Cheese; Masciarelli Montepulciano d'Abruzzo (Abruzzi) 2014 & Colpetrone Rosso di Montefalco (Umbria) 2011;
Dessert Course: Chef's Creation.



Craft Beer Series: Fall Seasonals & Jack's Abby
Saturday, September 24  •  7-9pm  •  $75
Steve McKinney, Beer Educator

Additional menu details will follow.
1st Course: Grilled Scallops; Jack Abby Calyptra, Lager, 5.5%; Victory Festbier, Marzen, 5.6%;
2nd Course: Grilled Shrimp; Jack Abbey Hoponius Union, Imperial Pils, 6.5%; Flying Fish OctoberFish, Altbier, 6%;
3rd Course: Grilled Chicken or Grilled Pork; Jacks Abbey Frammingham Lager, Plae Lager, 4.5%; Flying Fish Octoberfest, Marzen, 5.8%;
4th Course: Beef Entree Jacks Abbey Framminghammer Baltic Porter, Baltic Porter, 10%; Victory Monglow, Weizen Bock, 8.7%;
Dessert Course: Cheesecake or Fruit Tart; Jacks Abbey Rye the Knot, Rye Beer, 5%; Southern Tier Pumking, Spice/Vegetable, 8.6%;



Cabernet Sauvignon – UNCORKED!
Wednesday, September 28  •  7-9pm  •  $70
Hudson Austin, Wine Educator, The Wine Merchant, Ltd.

One of the most loved grapes for the production of wines in the USA, but where did it get it’s start? Why do so many wineries work with it? What makes it so special? Tonight’s class is all about, that seeming all time favorite, a wine we just call CABERNET! Additional details will follow.
1st Course: Portobello Carpaccio with Beet & Fennel Jam, Parmesan Cheese, Fried Shallots; Chateau Magneau Rouge (Graves, Bordeaux, FR) 2012;
2nd Course: Petite New York Strip Steak with Horseradish Stuffed Red Bliss Potato, Oven Dried Roma Tomato; Stephen Vincent Cabernet Sauvignon (North Coast, CA) 2013;
3rd Course: Lamb Goulash with Galuska Dumplings; Sean Minor Cabernet Sauvignon (Napa, CA) 2013 & Clos des Fous Cabernet Sauvignon (Cachapoal, CL) 2012;
Dessert Course: Chef's Creation.



Lobster & Chardonnay
Thursday, September 27  •  7-9pm  •  $70
Michael Walsh, Wine Educator, Majestic Wine and Spirits

Love and Marriage, Soup and Sandwich, and of course Lobster and Chardonnay... clearly a match made in Heaven in tonite's class, we will find out why the rich buttery flavors of Chardonnay pair so beautifully with the worlds most famous crustacean. Additional details will follow.
1st Course: Macon Villages, Louis Jadot 2014 Burgundy, France;
2nd Course: Chardonnay, Mc Williams 2014 SE Australia;
3rd Course: Chardonnay, Fess Parker 2014 Santa Barbara, CA & Chardonnay, Joseph Carr 2013 Sonoma Coast, CA;
Dessert Course: Chef's Creation.

OCTOBER

Autumn's New Vintages
Tuesday, October 4  •  7-9pm  •  $65
Michael Walsh, Wine Educator, Majestic Wine and Spirits

Additional details will follow.



Mangia Italia Series – Southern Italy
Thursday, October 6  •  7-9pm  •  $65
Hudson Austin, Wine Educator, The Wine Merchant, Ltd.

The third in our FOUR part series covering Italy from the North to the South and beyond. Tonight we taste through and focus in on Southern Italy, where so much of the cuisine has been borrowed and made our own. Additional details will follow.
1st Course: Terre Dora Di Paolo Falanghina (Campania) 2015;
2nd Course: Cantele Chardonnay (Apulia) 2015;
3rd Course: Terre Dora di Paolo Aglianico (Campania) 2013 & Statti Lemezia Rosso (Calabria, IT) 2014;
Dessert Course: Chef's Creation.



25th Annual Dilworthtown Wine Festival
Sunday, October 9  •  12-4pm  •  $45
Charity Event for the Chester County Hospital Cancer Program

Uncork A Cure for Cancer. Help us Crush Cancer at the Dilworthtown Inn’s Annual Wine Festival. Join our newsletter for more details as the date approaches. The festival is an afternoon of gourmet cuisine, over 100 varieties of wine, live entertainment, artisan vendors, a silent auction, and show cars. The wine festival benefits The Cancer Center of Chester County and Neighborhood Hospice. More information and tickets will be available mid-September.



Wines of Mendoza Argentina
Tuesday, October 11  •  7-9pm  •  $65
Michael Walsh, Wine Educator, Majestic Wine and Spirits

Mendoza Province is one of Argentina's most important wine regions, accounting for nearly two-thirds of the country's entire wine production. Come try wines form the high altitudes of the Andes. Additional details will follow.



American Bordeaux Blends – UNCORKED!
Wednesday, October 12  •  7-9pm  •  $65
Hudson Austin, Wine Educator, The Wine Merchant, Ltd.

Is it pronounced Meri – tage or Meri – tige? What does cuvee mean? What are all these blends about? Tonight we dive into discovering what makes these interesting wines so…well, interesting. Additional details will follow.
1st Course: Bonny Doon Gravitas (California) 2014;
2nd Course: Guenoc Victorian Claret (North Coast, CA) 2014;
3rd Course: Sawtooth Skyline Red (Snake River, Idaho) 2013 & Chappellet "Mountain Cuvee" (Napa Valley) 2014;
Dessert Course: Chef's Creation.



Winemaker Series: Silver Oak
Friday, October 14  •  7-9pm  •  $125
Winery Representative

Additional menu details will follow.
1st Course: Camarones al Ajillo (Garlic Shrimp), Sundried Tomato, Prosciutto, Basil; Twomey Sauvignon Blanc (Napa & Sonoma) 2015;
2nd Course: Braised Pork Belly in Tomato Sauce with Egg Spaetzle; Twomey Russian River Valley Pinot Noir 2014;
3rd Course: Duck Two Ways, Pan Seared Breast & Leg Confit Pot Sticker, Quinoa Scallion Pancakes, Hoisin Blueberry Sauce; Twomey Napa Valley Merlot 2014;
4th Course: Lamb Loin with Sweet Potato Puree, Roquefort Cheese & Walnut Streusel, Oyster Mushroom Demi-glace; Silver Oak Alexander Valley Cabernet Sauvignon 2011 & Silver Oak Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon 2011;
Dessert Course: Chef's Creation.



Expedition to Bordeaux
Tuesday, October 18  •  7-9pm  •  $65
Michael Walsh, Wine Educator, Majestic Wine and Spirits

Explore this most important region and with it's rich heritage & fine wines. Additional wine details will follow.



Mangia Italia Series – Islands of Italy
Wednesday, October 19  •  7-9pm  •  $65
Hudson Austin, Wine Educator, The Wine Merchant, Ltd.

Ah the tranquil islands of Italy. Home of the Corleone Family…oh, I said tranquil, whoops. The islands of Sicily and Sardegna are home to some of the most vibrant and dynamic wines in Italy, tonight will be no excpetion! Sign up for this class, or else! Additional details will follow.
1st Course: Purato Catarratto/Pinot Grigio (Sicily) 2015;
2nd Course: Sella & Mosca Vermentino (Sardinia) 2015;
3rd Course: Planeta La Segreta Rosso (Sicily) 2014 & Sella & Mosca Cannanou (Sardinia) 2011;
Dessert Course: Chef's Creation; Arvero Limoncello (Sicily).



Autumn Wines Enjoyed by the Fireplace
Tuesday, October 25  •  7-9pm  •  $65
Michael Walsh, Wine Educator, Majestic Wine and Spirits

Additional details will follow.



Lobster Lovers! Lobster and Rich American Whites
Wednesday, October 25  •  7-9pm  •  $70
Hudson Austin, Wine Educator, The Wine Merchant, Ltd.

Another night of the freshest of lobster and the most interesting of pairings to be found from Maine to Florida. Our Lobster class is always a hit and tonight is no exception. Additional details will follow.
1st Course: Au Contraire Pinot Gris (California) 2014;
2nd Course: Elk Cove Pinot Blanc (Willamette Valley, OR) 2014;
3rd Course: Chalone Gavilan Chardonnay (Chalone Appellation) 2013 & Treana White Marsanne/Viognier (Central Coast) 2013;
Dessert Course: Chef's Creation.



Ghosts of Dilworthtown: Part 3
Thursday, October 27  •  7-9pm  •  $65
Free Spirit Paranormal Investigators

Enjoy dinner and a presentation from the paranormal investigators. Several investigators found the Inn was active and had some psychic impressions at the Inn and Blue Pear Bistro. We felt a different energy in the basement area; the wine cellar can make you feel uneasy. One felt his arm begin grabbed; another felt like they were being watched. We did have the incident on the 2nd floor of the Inn in which the chairs moved. Another had encountered a peach smell. Upon entering the Blue Pear one sensed what some believe to be residual energy from a time of war when the home was used for soldier care. Another sensed a male’s presence in the “dressing room” down the hall of the kitchen area. The name Harold or Harry came to mind. Join us for dinner to learn more about the investigators findings. Additional menu details will follow.



Craft Beer Series: October Wine & Beer Dinner
Saturday, October 29  •  7-9pm  •  $75
Steve McKinney, Beer Educator

Additional menu details will follow.
1st Course: Scallops; Villa Sandi Prosseco; Wine Big Hill Ciderworks Bourbon Barrel Reserve, cider, 8.4%;
2nd Course: Autumn Salad; White Oak Sauvignon Blanc; VooDoo White Magic of the Sun, witbier, 7.3%;
3rd Course: Roasted Duck; Ninkasi Dawn of the Red, IPA, 7%; Heretic Evil Cousin, Imperial IPA, 8%;
4th Course: Beef or Lamb; New Holland Dragons Milk, Imperial Stout, 11%; Roth Cabernet 2013
Dessert Course: Evil Genius Trick or Treat Chocolate Pumpkin Porter, Spice Beer, 5,6%; Cocktail Pumpkin Spice Martini Sample.

Holiday Parties

Reserve your holiday party now for best selection of dates!

The Inn & Inn Keeper’s Kitchen is the perfect venue for your next celebration. Our demonstration kitchen allows your guests to see our Chef in action! Add style and flair to your holiday celebration. We are available for luncheons, cocktail parties, and dinners. Call now for the best selction of times & dates. Call our office (610-399-1390) to schedule your celebration!