Dinner and mead pairing at Honey’s, 93 Scott Ave, Brooklyn
Deep in Brooklyn’s artisanal hinterlands, among the barrels at the city’s first meadery, Hancock Shaker Village is teaming up with Enlightenment Wines Meadery for a dinner of culinary revelry at its tasting room Honey’s. A dynamic collaboration between farm-to-table Hancock Shaker Village chef Brian Alberg and Honey’s chef Tara Norvell, the menu will pair organic Shaker vegetables and meats from the oldest working farm in the Berkshires with a variety of mead.
Enlightenment Wines Meadery in Bushwick (lauded from GQ to The New Yorker) focuses on small batch mead spontaneously fermented from regional honey, foraged herbs, and local fruit. Hancock Shaker Village in the Berkshires celebrates the architecture, history, farming, food, and culture of the Shakers, and the bold utopian vision that caused a woman in 1774 to emigrate to New York with a small band of followers to shake it up.
Come discover exotic herbs, Shaker curiosities, and why The New York Times calls Hancock Shaker Village “a truly authentic experience.”
Seats at the table are limited.