Lincklaen House to host beer pairing dinner with Empire Brewing Company

The Lincklaen House will be hosting a beer pairing dinner with Empire Brewing Company, the Syracuse-based microbrewery that is soon to break ground on a new brewing facility in Cazenovia.

The event will start at 6 p.m. on Thursday, Jan. 16, and Empire's founder David Katleski and Brewmaster Tim Butler will be on hand to meet with guests prior to dinner at 7 p.m.

The meal will consist of six custom-crafted courses designed to complement a selection of Empire's beer, including pan-seared Tuscan-rubbed shrimp, pepper-encrusted salmon, oven-roasted duck breast, roasted bratwurst and braised beef short-ribs. Featured beers will include Empire Amber Ale, Winter Warmer, Liv and Let Rye, White Aphro, Local Grind and Barley Wine.

“This is an excellent opportunity to introduce Cazenovians to craft beer generally and our products specifically,” said Katleski, who is looking forward to the event. “The Lincklaen House is an important local landmark and we feel honored to be able to spend an evening with them eating delicious food and drinking great beer.”

The event costs $60 per person and is all-inclusive. Space is limited so reserve your seat by calling the Lincklaen House at 655-3461.

Empire Brewing Company is an award-winning brewer of specialty craft beers and a restaurant that aspires to provide customers with the finest all-natural ingredients available by utilizing fresh locally-sourced products from more than 60 farmers. Empire’s Farmstead Brewery is slated to open on Route 13 in Cazenovia in the fall of 2014.

The Lincklaen House is the oldest grand hotel in Central New York. For more than 170 years, the Lincklaen House has represented colonial charm and provided a comfortable atmosphere and gracious hospitality to all its visitors. Since the turn of the century, visitors from Washington, Philadelphia and New York City, including President Grover Cleveland and John D. Rockefeller, have made the hotel their vacation home.

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