A Study on Shochu, Cultural Cemetery Landscape Report, More Than Just Turkey, + Movie and Beer Drink-a-long
You may have tasted sake but shochu is the lesser known liquor from Japan. Find out what you've been missing at this talk and tasting with shochu sommelier Stephen Lyman at the Japan Society. Learn the history, culture, and tasting notes of this prized spirit.
This is the second part in Green-Wood Cemetery's lecture series about the cemetery's cultural landscape. Tonight Fay Harwell of Rhodeside and Harwell discusses her findings from her meticulous research of historic records, archival documents, and the landscape itself. This will be a fascinating overview of her 800-page Cultural Landscape Report.
Although the turkey is the centerpiece, we all know that the sides are the highlight of any good Thanksgiving meal. Take a lesson on using seasonal fall ingredients to put a twist on your holiday table at Cook Space Brooklyn. Learn how to create updates like sriracha glazed brussels sprouts and roasted carrots with nuoc cham dressing.
This drink-along at Videology featuring Brooklyn Brewery's beer is much more than just a mere drinking game. See the film The World's End about a group of British friends re-living an epic pub crawl from their youth. As they visit each bar, you'll be presented with a tasting of a different beer. This will be a fun night for movie nerds and beer snobs alike.