Oyster House Offers Free Brunch Sliders With Hill Farmstead Beer, Sept. 8
Since returning from Denmark, where he brewed alongside well-known gypsy brewer Mikkel Borg Bjergsø of Mikkeller, Shaun Hill has created plenty of his own buzz. Two-year-old Hill Farmstead Brewery, on an old family estate an hour outside Stowe, VT, has garnered attention for its range of craft beers that honor Hill’s ancestors.
At Sansom Street’s Oyster House this Saturday, September 8, you’ll be able to try two of these brews for just $5 a glass during brunch. Better still, each person who orders a Hill Farmstead beer between 11:30 AM–3 PM will get one catfish po’ boy slider at no charge.
The free sandwich is a new item on the brunch menu at the white-tiled seafood house, and sees the fresh fish breaded and fried, then served on a banh mi roll with Louie dressing and pickled green tomatoes. It sounds like a great pairing with either of the Hill Farmstead brews: Edward Pale Ale, an American pale ale named after Hill’s grandfather, and Everett Porter, a malty unfiltered and naturally carbonated porter named after his great-uncle.
If you need more sustenance after your free bite as you continue to sip on the suds, the full brunch menu is also available, and includes plates like johnnycakes with shellfish sausage and maple crème fraiche, or just go full hair of the dog with some early oyster shooters.
Event Date: 09/07
Event Time: 11:30 AM-3 PM
Location: Oyster House
Price: $5 per beer, FREE slider
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