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Bacon is the New Black – Surly Girl Beer Tastings are Back!

Posted by cmh gourmand on November 26, 2008

The Girls at Surly Girl Saloon are not surly at all – if anything they are sweet – especially when they make cupcakes. Carmen Owens, co-owner, is one of the hardest working and most creative restaurateur’s I know. She has an eye for great cupcake combos. The last SGS beer tasting was a blowout success (and it was on my birthday no less). We may see the return of the bacon cupcake if all goes well and if not another killer cupcake of the non bacon variety.

Here is the lowdown:
Dateline November 26th, from SGS

Sunday, November 30, 5pm – Beer Tasting with The Beer Chick

Kris Eley, one of the Top 50 women beer raters in the world, will lead you on a tour of 7 of Surly Girl’s draught beer styles, paired with fruits, cheeses, and a few Surly standards including a savory cupcake. $30 at the door. $25 if you buy a ticket at the bar ahead of time. Space is limited.

Surly Girl Saloon

1126 N. High St.
Short North
Hours 11 am – 2 am

Update 12/01/08
We had bacon and blue cheese cupcakes.

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