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Chocolate, Beer, and Bands Book Release Party
Sunday, September 17th, 2017
Come celebrate food writer Megan Giller's new book, Bean-to-Bar Chocolate: America's Craft Chocolate Revolution (preorder here: http://www.bookpeople.com/book/9781612128214), with chocolate, beer, and bands. We'll have FREE CHOCOLATE from Dick Taylor Craft Chocolate, Guittard Chocolate Company, and local Austinite Srsly chocolate, as well as $3 beer pairings and Tweed Coffee Roasters coffee pairings. Plus, live music! 1:00-2:00 Informal chocolate-beer and chocolate-coffee tastings and a book signing courtesy of BookPeople 2:00-3:00 Hanging out, eating and drinking delicious things 3:00-4:00 Listening to Dan Goebel and continuing to eat and drink delicious things 4:00-5:00 Listening to The Boleys and STILL eating and drinking delicious things About the Book Author Megan Giller invites fellow chocoholics on a fascinating journey through America’s craft chocolate revolution. Learn what to look for in a chocolate bar and how to successfully pair chocolate with coffee, beer, spirits, cheese, and bread. This comprehensive celebration of chocolate busts some popular myths (like “white chocolate isn’t chocolate”) and introduces you to more than a dozen of the hottest artisanal chocolate makers in the US today. You’ll get a taste for the chocolate-making process and how chocolate’s flavor depends on where the cocoa beans were grown — then turn your artisanal bars into unexpected treats with 22 recipes from master chefs. About Megan Giller Megan Giller is the author of Bean-to-Bar Chocolate. She is a food writer and journalist whose work has been published in The New York Times, Slate, Zagat, Food & Wine, and Modern Farmer. Giller has written extensively about the food scenes in both New York City and Austin, Texas, and her blog Chocolate Noise was a 2016 Saveur Food Blog Awards finalist. She offers private chocolate-tasting classes, hosts “Underground Chocolate Salons,” teaches classes at shops across the country, and judges at chocolate competitions. She lives in Brooklyn.