PASSPORT -- Craft Beer & Food Pairing Tour
Due to COVID-19, PASSPORT Craft Beer & Food Pairing Tour is postponed until 2022.
Strawbery Banke Museum hosts PASSPORT in partnership with New Hampshire PBS as a fund-raiser benefiting both non-profits.
Last year's event featured over 20 craft beers in a variety of styles, deliciously paired with tastes prepared by noted chefs and food purveyors. Returning to help celebrate 10 years of PASSPORT... the local original band, Martin England and the Reconstructed. Thanks to Smuttynose Brewing Company and Chef Evan Hennessey of Stages at One Washington for once again partnering with New Hampshire PBS and Strawbery Banke Museum on this fundraising event.
Diplomat VIP Event (4 - 7:30 pm) The PASSPORT Diplomat VIP ticket includes early admission to the Main Event, and a VIP tent on the grounds where Diplomats can gather and sample exclusive beer and food pairings all evening.
The PASSPORT Main Event (5 - 7:30 pm) invites guests to enjoy a savory tour of craft beers from over 20 small and larger brewers, perfectly paired with appetizers prepared by local chefs. Learn about beer styles and the cuisines they complement, and listen to a live band perform near the main tent. Guests receive a special PASSPORT glass. Vegetarian appetizers are available.
For a short promotional overview of PASSPORT, click here.
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