Chocolate + Craft Beer Pairing: at Quenched & Tempered
We have partnered with Quenched & Tempered Brewery in Toledo, OH for an after-hour chocolate and beer tasting. Sit back, and learn about the similarities between the roasting grains, brewing beer, and the chocolate making process, while sipping on different beer selections from Quenched & Tempered. As we sip, we will dive into the craft behind both chocolate making and beer brewing!
Travel Through Chocolate + Craft Beer at Quenched & Tempered
Join us for an immersive evening as we taste our way through bean to bar chocolate made from different single origins from around the world, tasting the different flavor profiles with each bite. We will taste chocolate made from cocoa beans sourced from:
- The Cenote Lake of Guatemala. Flavor Profile: Bright and Fruity
- The Cayapas River in Ecuador. Flavor Profile: Nutty and Rich
- Through the lands of Pisa Haiti. Flavor Profile: Jammy and Smooth
- and over to the tropical farmlands of Ghana - Flavor Profile: Rich and Fudgy
In addition, you will have the chance to taste a variety of beer selections paired together in a fun and delicious way for you to enjoy!
Change The Way You Think About Chocolate + Beer
Chocolate can taste different based on its location, terroir, and harvesting, fermentation practices, and roasting. Similarly, the flavors found in craft beer are impacted in a lot of the same ways. Neither chocolate nor beer are one-dimensional in flavor, and you will experience that firsthand as we taste both chocolate and beer that are fruity, nutty, earthy, hoppy, and everywhere in between.
Hosted by Quenched & Tempered Brewing Co. located at:
1210 Jackson St, Toledo, OH 43604.
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* Note: once the purchase is completed, you are all set to join us for the tasting! We do not require a physical ticket, just completion of purchase here through our website prior to the event. Cancellations must be made 24 hours prior to the tasting.