Brooklyn Brewery and Minnesota Twin Cities-based Dinner on the Farm have teamed up to present a series of farm dinners that will kick off each stop on the Brooklyn Brewery Mash Tour in 2014.
"The Mash is an expression of Brooklyn art, music, food and the cultural links we see with many cities around the world," says Brooklyn Brewery President and Co-founder Steve Hindy. "There is a revolution happening in the world of food and the world of beer, and we are happy to celebrate this revolution with our friends around the US."
For the second year, the Brooklyn Brewery Mash is setting the table for a unique promotional tour. Each stop will include a week of parties, comedy, concerts, pop-up supper clubs, farm dinners, and readings -- all featuring beer, humanity's favorite beverage. This year's Mash tour will kick off in Nashville, Tennessee on Sunday, March 2 and hit 12 American and European cities:
- Nashville, TN
- New Orleans, LA
- Chicago, IL
- Stockholm, Sweden
- Washington, DC
- Pittsburgh, PA
- London, UK
- Twin Cities, MN
- Philadelphia, PA
- Boston, MA
- Miami, FL
- Austin, TX
span style="font-family:georgia,times,times new roman,serif">Dinner on the Farm created its traveling farm dinner series six years ago, to celebrate local food in Minnesota and Wisconsin. “The farm dinners are where everything started,” says Monica Walch, the founder of Dinner on the Farm. “And though we’ve expanded to include otherspan style="letter-spacing:0.65pt"> dining events, I’m thrilled to feature our signature event on the tour.”
"We're excited to have Dinner on the Farm as one of our official partners," says Brooklyn Brewery events producer, Meg Stemmler. "The relationship illustrates our national network and the impact the Brooklyn Brewery Mash has on organizations around the country."
Dinner on the Farm will hit the road with the legendary New York brewery, bringing its picnic-style celebrations of farmers and local food to an even wider audience in 2014. In each city on the Mash tour, Brooklyn Brewery and Dinner on the Farm will host an afternoon of world-class craft beer, farm tours, live music, and feasts inspired by the local bounty and prepared by some of the nation's most renowned chefs.