Come Celebrate: WEB’s 6th Beerthday Party

We invite one and all to join us for a celebration on November 20th for Women Enjoying Beer’s 6th Beerthday.

It’s FREE and all guests need to register on line – here’s the link.

Come celebrate with us!

Come celebrate with us!

All ages welcome at our fine host (until 10 pm) 4 Daughters Irish Pub. They’ve been terrific clients and partners for years.

From 6 – 8 pm, we’ll be talking, laughing and entertaining the group – drink & food are on your own, though I have been known to buy a round for the room! Come see what happens.

I’ll give a fun & lively presentation at 630 pm as well.

Plus: The fun continues the next morning as WEB hosts Ashland Chamber of Commerce Greeters meeting – all welcome once again – from 830 – 930 am, at Louie’s Pub, downtown Ashland, OR. We’ll have a ribbon cutting to celebrate at that time too.

Cheers, thanks & we’ll see you there –

Ginger

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A Go/at To Cheese

Cheers to day to Cypress Grove Chevre for being a new partner in our educational pursuits. Thank you for the engagement. We’re already very glad to be partnered with Ninkasi Brewing as well.** And beer and cheese are 2 gustatory delights that all of us at WEB fully enjoy.

They have a lot in common too:

  • They’re both alive (ideally not pasteurized)
  • The flavors of both change as they age (for better or worse, if left too long)
  • They’re both versatile, infinitely flexible in uses and great to share

While I could go on, I’ll let this quote say it another way.

Happy enjoyers Barbara, Judy, Ginger & Frank at the WEB Ribbon Cutting & Greeters 3/15/13

Happy enjoyers Barbara, Judy, Ginger & Frank at the WEB Ribbon Cutting & Greeters 3/15/13

At a recent event I hosted, my fine husband was serving beer and managing the food table. The offerings included Humboldt Fog (and Truffle Tremor) by CGC and he heard these words uttered by an obviously very happy guest:

[Humboldt Fog is] “My favorite cheese in the whole world.”

While I shy away from stating favorites, clearly this person has passion for the brand compelled them to share their enthusiasm and gratitude for the plate of it in front of them.

So thanks Cypress Grove and guest! It takes two to taste and we’re so glad you enjoyed it.

Here’s the full menu, per a morning Ribbon Cutting & Chamber Greeters that WEB hosted (thanks to Louie’s for the gracious use of their space).

  • Cypress Grove Chevre Humboldt Fog & Truffle Tremor
  • Locally grown fresh red Bartlett pears and Gala apples
  • Nutty Squash Bread, Dill & Goat Cheese bread, & Chocolate Almond Bread – 2 of 3 made with beer
  • Standing Stone Brewing Company Chocolate Ale, Amber, Brewers Surprise & Oatmeal Stout

**Open offer to other purveyors of fine beer and food who are interested in partnering with us: There’s always room for one more good one! Be in touch.

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