Beers and Buds 4 Course Beer Dinner Pairing

26aug7:00 pm9:00 pmBeers and Buds 4 Course Beer Dinner Pairing

Event Details

We are extra excited about this upcoming event! Beers & Buds, 4 Course Infused Beer Dinner Pairing with the Green Baker!
Start your evening off with a fun little social hour with a lite starter and your choice of a mocktail or beer/wine from the bar!
Next, explore what we have in store for you in the beer garden as we transform our beer garden for a unique experience including an exquisite pairing of THC infused plates paired perfectly with 3 specialty beers. Here’s what you have to look forward to below:
Cocktail hour: Caprese Salad Skewers
Baby Mozzarella cherry tomato and fresh basil skewered and drizzled with
balsamic reduction and infused olive oil.
Starter: Polenta cakes
Cheesy fine grain polenta cakes pan fried and crispy topped with lettuce
mix and tomato red wine reduction and finished with shaved parmesan cheese.
Entrée: Grilled Jumbo shrimp
Seasoned local Florida jumbo shrimp served on top creamy cauliflower
mash and a side of pan sautéed patty pan squash and tomato confit.
Dessert: Key Lime Pie Mojito Mousse
Light and bright finish to the meal, key limes and fresh mint combine
two of Florida faves into one dessert.
*** If you have a food allergy or would prefer a non-infused or CBD infused dinner option, please let us know in advance! We can absolutely accommodate all parties***
Delta-8 THC (or Delta-8-tetrahydrocannabinol) is a naturally occurring chemical compound called a cannabinoid that’s found in small traces in hemp and cannabis (marijuana) plants. Its popularity is on the rise, and you can find it everywhere from boutique weed dispensaries to convenience store shelves.
How Does It Compare to Regular Marijuana (Delta-9-THC)?
Why is there such a growing demand for Delta-8?
Both Delta-8 and Delta-9 are forms of THC. But when people refer to THC, they usually mean the Delta-9 that’s found in high concentrations in marijuana. Both produce a euphoric, fuzzy feeling, but Delta-8 causes a milder high. For starters, its chemical structure is similar to that of its well-known cousin, Delta-9-tetrahydrocannabinol (Delta-9-THC), the main psychoactive compound found in marijuana. That’s what gets you “high.”
Tickets are limited due to space and to keep this experience as intimate as possible! Snag your spots up before we sell out!



(Friday) 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm