That first weekend of March was a busy one, but we are not slowing down! Join us this month as art returns to the taproom walls, two more beers will be released, two new vendors will serve up their food, and we tap a cask.
Thursday, March 8 – Brett Mason Art Show Opening Reception – 5-8pm
Our resident Art Director, Sarah Johnson, has curated another wonderful show featuring the talented local artist, Brett Mason. His new show, “Return to the Garden of Rhythm,” will be on display at the taproom from Thursday March 8 until April 30. Below is an excerpt from the exhibition write-up.
Brett’s new work on display here at Gentile Brewing Co. offers viewers a spiritual contemplation through geometry, bright, bursting colors, and flora that you are certain you recognize, but is being portrayed in such a way you cannot quite put your finger on it. Mystical, quiet, and contemplative- words I use to describe not only “Return to the Garden of Rhythm,” but the artist I met at a bar years ago who’s soft intensity eludes typical descriptors.
Join us for the opening reception, look at some art, nosh some snacks and drink some beers.
Friday, March 9 – Empanada Dada – 5-8pm
Empanada Dada returns from Lowell with their food truck specializing in authentic Cuban and Spanish food. They are best known for their variety of Empanadas, Cuban sandwiches and layer bowls.
Do you ever look at the menu and say yes? The event menu will be published on the Facebook page closer to the event. Get here early to get yours!
Saturday, March 10 – BonChon Salem Chicken Sliders – 4-8pm
Peter and his family return Saturday afternoon to the taproom to serve up some Korean fried chicken sliders. We loved their wings back in November and their Chicken & Waffles in December. How could this be bad?! Remember, children and dogs are always welcome at the taproom, so bring the whole family for an early dinner!
Thursday, March 15 – Beer Release: Irish Red
Just in time for St. Patrick’s Day weekend, our Irish Red returns for your drinking pleasure. Crystal and Black malts combine for a round mouthfeel with a red hue and East Kent Golding provide restrained citrus, spicy and earthy hop flavors. At only 4.2% ABV, this is brewed for session drinking!
Saturday, March 17 – Real Ale and Corned Beef
Beer Release: Cask O’ Stout – Figured we should tap a cask of stout at noon on St. Patrick’s Day. There is not much better than real ale and our stout on cask is exceptional! At 4.2% ABV, our stout is inspired by the stouts of Ireland and naturally carbonating it in the cask gives it that desirable creaminess. Unlike more recent casks that we have tapped on Thursdays, this cask will be tapped on Saturday and it MUST be finished on Saturday or we have to dump it. Don’t make St. Patrick drive his snakes to your house. Get to the taproom and drink some cask Stout!
Food Vendor: Beantown Pastrami Co – 12-5pm
To help encourage your attendance this Saturday, we are bringing in Beantown Pastrami Co to serve their mouthwatering sandwiches in the taproom. A fresh pint of cask stout and a corned beef sandwich. Do we really need to say more?
Saturday, March 24 – Compliments Food Co
Compliments Food Co returns to Beverly laden with Cheesy Goodness (that’s actually a sandwich option)! If you missed them the last time, put this event on your to-do list. Their sandwiches are fabulous. There is not much better than melted cheese and bread.
Friday, March 30 – Daddy’s Bonetown Burgers – 5-8pm
You wanted the best?! Well, they didn’t make it! So, here’s what you get! From Boston, Massachusetts! Daddy’s Bonetown Burgers! The BonerMobile is back on Park Street and these guys sling some great beef patties topped with all manner of rockin’ food items. Also, TATER TOTS! They last toured Beverly in the Summer of 2017, so let’s welcome them back North Shore style! Hail & Grill!!!
Saturday, March 31 – Alma Caribbean Fusion – 12-3pm
One of Beverly’s newer restaurants will be joining us in the taproom to share some of their Dominican-inspired soul food. If you have not been there yet, Saturday afternoon is your opportunity to give them a try. We think you will like it so much you will visit their restaurant for dinner that evening. Kids and dogs are always welcome in the taproom but you will have to leave your pupper at home if you go to their place for dinner.