Tired Hands Brewing Company’s All Hallows Eve Beer Dinner Returns for 2013, Unfolding Oct. 29

Get into some delicious mischief with the crew at Tired Hands, who’ve prepared an eclectic menu and super-exclusive beer release for attendees.

The Philly suburbs’ pioneering brewcafe, Tired Hands Brewing Company, announces that their signature All Hallows’ Eve Beer Supper will return for the 2013 Halloween season, unfolding Tuesday, Oct. 29, at 6:30 p.m.

As one of the hottest beer dinner tickets of year, with 2012’s seats selling out in a matter of minutes, the pioneering brewing team is offering up only 50 spots as of today, Oct. 1, at 4 p.m. at their Ardmore HQ. Tickets will only be for sale at the cafe, at $85 per person.

The selling point of the brew-infused feast—besides the fact that you’re spending an entertainly ghostly night with Tired Hands’ talented farmhouse brewers—is your entrance fee nabs you a take-home bottle of the very-limited Captain Howdy, a partially oak-fermented strong dark ale released only at the dinner.

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The curation of the All Hallows’ Eve menu sells itself, touting dishes like smoked cauliflower and cheddar soup accented with scrapple and liver and pistachio terrine, to juniper-encrusted venison with pecan brown butter and an apple and raisin tart. With the brewcafe faithful to Birchrun Hills Farm’s award-winning cheeses, you expect to nibble a rare batch of Fat Cat washed with Tired Hands’ hop-spiked Saison (Pinhead).

More details and full beer pairings available at tiredhands.com.

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