NHPTV's Passport




Enjoy an evening of delicious tastings at NH Public Television's craft beer and food pairing event at the Seacoast's beautiful and historic Strawbery Banke Museum. You can sample a wide variety of regional craft beers all paired with local culinary creations with an international flair.The Passport world tour includes learning about leading ale and lager styles and meeting the brewers. The museum barrel maker will demonstrate his craft, and beer brewed in one of his barrels will be available for sampling. Mingle with beer and food lovers as you stroll the fascinating grounds and buildings of Strawbery Banke Museum. The evening will benefit both New Hampshire Public Television and the museum.

Smuttynose, Allagash, Moat Mountain, the Portsmouth Brewery Tuckerman, Stony Brook and Sam Adams will offer a number of different styles of beer for tasting. Some of the restaurants involved are the Black Trumpet, Ri Ra, Popovers on the Square, the Blue Mermaid, Jumpin' Jay's Fish Cafe, the Three Chimneys Inn, the Common Man, the Rosa, the Oar House, Brazo and more. Visit www.nhptv.org/passport for a complete list of beers, restaurants and a menu of pairings.

Tickets

The VIP Special Reception tickets, which include a one-hour exclusive reception prior to the event are $85.

General Admission is $50.

Group discounts and designated driver tickets are also available.

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