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Village Beer and Food Pairings: Brazen Jerky Co.

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Village Beer and Food Pairings is a monthly series showcasing the most current lineup of Village Brewery beers paired with local eats and the entrepreneurs behind them.

When: February 14th, 2018, 7PM-10PM

Who: Brazen Jerky Company

What: Beef Jerky

If you've been to the tap room recently you might have noticed our friends Brazen Jerky Company are now on the menu, so why not celebrate our new partnership with a curated pairing! Their handmade spices and fresh ingredients are displayed through a variety of core and seasonal brands and a perfect fit for the craft beer world.

Your $25 ticket includes a curated tasting of 6 Village beers, 6 flavors of artisan beef jerky, and a tour of the brewery. Tasting starts at 7pm sharp.

Purchase Tickets here: https://www.villagebrewery.com/products/village-beer-and-food-pairings-brazen-beef-jerky


About Brazen Jerky Co.:
Some call us picky. Maybe it's because we decided to stay true to our vision of only using quality ingredients, not too many of them, and fresh wherever possible. After all, much of what is in the market is highly processed, loaded with salt, nitrates and other preservatives. It’s just not good, or good for you. We develop our jerky to be akin to craft beer – with a core lineup of unique small-batch flavors and the intent to introduce seasonals throughout the year. Different, yes. Cool? That's up to you.

About Village Brewery:
Some of the best things happen over beer. Ideas are born, friendships forged, deals struck. Village Brewery began that way too, with friends sharing beers and dreams for a community brewery. A brewery that would support Calgary’s artists and craftspeople. A brewery that would create the excellent ales and lagers our friends and neighbors deserve. It takes a village to raise a beer. And a beer to raise a village.