7th Edition of Cheese Wars with Agrarian Ales

7th Edition of Cheese Wars with Agrarian Ales
From newschoolbeer.com, by Samurai Artist

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Eugene’s 16 Tons Cafe will host the 7th edition of Cheese Wars pitting beer vs wine, each paired with a cheese. The winner is always you, though, because it’s an epic pairing experience.

The 7th edition of Cheese Wars on Thursday, February 19th, features 5 carefully selected courses, and Agrarian Ales Brewmaster Tobias Schock will choose and present the beers. Wine Educator Tom DeVaul of King Estate will choose and present the wines. Cheese Wars past participants have included Ninkasi, Oakshire, King Estate, Brooks Winery, Upright Brewing, The Commons Brewery, Breakside Brewery, Oregon Wine Lab, and other notable producers. Award-winning artisan cheeses have been sourced from Oregon, Washington, France, England, and Italy.

Which pairings work best is something only attendees can decide. Cheese Wars is a fantastic opportunity to learn about the processes of making beer, wine, and cheese. This is a fun and lively sit-down affair! Tickets are limited. Advance tickets are $25 and include all tasting and food (artisan cheese and bread). Tickets available at either 16 Tons location or online at http://www. http://cheesewars7.brownpapertickets.com. Start time is 8pm. Cheese Wars runs for approximately 2 hours.

About 16 Tons: Offering Eugene’s most eclectic selection of fresh draft beer to go in eco friendly reusable containers. 16 Tons has a combined 30 taps of rotating craft beers that are available to go or by the pint. 16 Tons Taphouse offers a constantly evolving and updated selection of 300+ craft beers and 250+ wines in bottles, Sake, Cider, and more. Taphouse located on the corner of 13th & High St and Cafe located in Woodfield Station at 2864 Willamette. Info: Mike Coplin (541) 953-2530, mike@sixteentons.biz

About Agrarian Ales: Agrarian Ales a seasonal brewery that grows its own hops – ten different varieties! The family farm features an ever- changing selection of craft beer made with all local ingredients. Estate hops are handpicked and brewed with historic Belgian-style methods with a premium on sustainability. Housed in a converted 1940s dairy barn on a 25-acre farm, this exquisite brewery is just twenty minutes north of Eugene. http://agales.com

About King Estate: Celebrating 25 years of Oregon winemaking in 2015. Located southwest of Eugene, Oregon, at the southern tip of the Willamette Valley. King Estate is committed to producing wines of exceptional quality using organic & sustainable farming methods, meticulous fruit selection, and impeccable winemaking practices. King Estate focuses on producing world-class Pinot Gris and Pinot Noirs. To this day, King Estate is owned and operated by the King Family. http:// www.kingestate.com

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