Fermented Pairings Series Vol. 15: Truffles & Beer
Did you know chocolate truffles can be categorized as European, Swiss and American? Andrea's Truffles' very own Andrea Davis takes it up a notch by incorporating a Southern Californian twist to everything she produces. How about adding bacon whiskey, honey or goat cheese to truffles?
For the next Fermented Pairings Series, White Labs Education and Engagement Curator Erik Fowler and Andrea's Truffles will be delivering unqiue and educational pairings using truffles & beer. Spend an hour and a half with us in our classroom setting discussing the production of chocolate, confectionery and all things truffle, while we pair five delicious creations with five White Labs beers.
White truffle honey with goat cheese truffle paired with White labs Leeuwenhoek Rye Saison WLP565 Saison I Ale Yeast
Tasting notes: White Pepper | Meyer Lemon | Forest Floor
Bacon whiskey truffle paired with White Labs Frankenstout
Tasting notes: Smoke | Earth | Marionberry
Coffee truffle paired with White Labs Mandarina Cream Ale WLP051 California V Ale Yeast
Tasting notes: Bright Acidity | Tangerine | Roast
Blackberry balsamic and candied ginger truffle paired with White Labs Belgian Dubbel WLP550 Belgian Ale Yeast
Tasting notes: Fig | Radish-like spice |Plum
Lemon crème fresh truffle paired with White Labs Mosaic Pale Ale WLP001 California Ale Yeast
Tasting notes: Tart Lemon | Stone Fruit |Dough
Visit Whitelabs.com for more information.
For additional details on Andrea's Truffles, visit andreastruffles.com.
White Labs Tasting Room (View)
9495 Candida Street
San Diego, CA 92126
|Minimum Age: 21|
|Kid Friendly: No|
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!|