Bugz'n'Beer

Bugz'n'Beer

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Town Run Tap House and Community Pub click for details is hosting a Bugs and Beer event-- an opportunity to try some entomophagical treats click for details
Buggy chef, Steve Bailes, will provide different dishes made with insect products. Steve has been a guest presenter for the Nat. Park Service, for the American Conservation Film Association (at Shepherd College), for schools and civic groups-- but this is his first public venture into pairings with alcohol-- a natural match don't you think?
Steve writes an entomophagy blog for a local newspaper. If you are interested, check out: click for details and click for details
We will have samples of bug foods. These will likely include AaronPauling.com click for details Exo Protein click for details Aketta and Aspire Food Group click for details Bugeater Foods click for details Crik Nutrition click for details Critter Bitters click for details Hotlix Candy click for details Incredible Foods click for details Jurassic Snacks Inc. click for details Lithic Nutrition click for details Livin farms click for details Entomo Farms click for details Rainbow Mealworms click for details We will even have snacks to take home for your dogs -- from Hopn Bakery click for details EntoBento click for details, and Chloe's Treats. Tagging: Little Herds click for details Chef PV click for details and The Cricket Man click for details (Thank you lists are scary. So many generous folks to thank, and I don't want to slight anyone.)
If you use Facebook, why don't you let us know you are coming: click for details
Warning: People with shellfish allergies may have a reaction to eating insects.

Tags: Local Events




Event Details

Date: December 13, 2017
Time: 6:00pm - 8:00pm

Location:
Town Run Tap House and Community Pub
202 E Washington St
Shepherdstown, West Virginia 25443

website

Contact:
Todd
304.876.0502
bailesteve@yahoo.com


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