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Friday, May 29, 2015

Great Lakes Brewing Company and Chef Zack Bruell Pair Up for Progressive Dinner

Posted By on Fri, May 29, 2015 at 12:26 PM

click to enlarge EMANUEL WALLACE
  • Emanuel Wallace

Great Lakes Brewing Company and restaurateur Zack Bruell have partnered up for a progressive dinner titled "Brew de Bruell Beer and Bites Bus Tour" that's slated to take place on June 8.

The gist of the evening is this:



Diners will start off at Table 45 at the InterContinental Hotel, and then proceed to Parallax, Cowell & Hubbard, L’Albatros and back again to Table 45 via a private, chartered bus, all while enjoying specialty brews and bites at each location. GLBC brewer Luke Purcell and chef Bruell will accompany guests throughout the evening to share tips, inspirations, and stories behind each of the food and drink choices.

“For some time now, Cleveland has been a premier food and beer destination,” Bruell said in a press release. “The city was recognized earlier this year by a leading national travel publication as the number one beer city in America. To help celebrate this accolade, Great Lakes Brewing Co. and I decided to join forces and start a progressive beer dinner tradition for the city.”

Tickets for the event will set you back $65.00, before tax and gratuity, though guests will take home a GLBC pint glass and bottle opener, and will be entered into a drawing for Cleveland Indians tickets. Call 216-707-4160 for more information.

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