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Farm Artisan Foods in Redlands Beer Pairing Dinner Ft. Bootlegger’s Brewing Co.

Adina January 12, 2013 Comments Off January 12, 2013

Farm Artisan Foods in Redlands Beer Pairing Dinner Ft. Bootlegger’s Brewing Co.

farmLogoBorn on the Adriatic coast of Italy, Chef Roberto Argentina traveled throughout the United States before falling in love with the charm of Redlands, 100_4662CA. In 2003, he took his experience working with world renowned chefs, combined it with his passion for locally sourced organic foods and opened Farm Artisan Foods in the historic district of downtown Redlands.

Farm Artisan Food’s ever changing menu choices are dictated by the seasons, using the freshest possible ingredients only from the farms that can be reached “within the range of a gallon of gas.” They produce 100% of their pastas, bread, desserts, and cured meats. They have been consistently nominated as Best American Bistro on the Inland Empire HOTLIST, getting rave reviews in particular for their delectable beer paiPork Wellington Servedring dinners.

The next installment of their beer pairing series will be Tuesday, January 15, 2013 at 6:30 PM, focusing on their beer styles of Bootlegger’s Brewing Company (Fullerton, CA).

The mouth-watering menu is as follows:

Grapefruit rosemary salad with cashew dressing

Braised rabbit and savory bread pudding

Duck breast with cinnamon ginger cauliflower and chestnut creamBootleggers-Brewery-950x360

Pulled pork Wellington with mashed sweet potatoes and parsnips

Walnut caramel tart with orange sauce


Farm Artisan Foods is located at 22 East State Street  Redlands, CA 92373. The 5 course dinner is paired with 5 different styles of beer. Please make reservations by calling (909)792-1162 or online.

Categories: Beer and Breweries, Entertainment, Redlands, Restaurants

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I am originally from the San Fernando Valley and have traveled extensively throughout the world and the United States. My loves include craft beer, contemporary literature, and artisan food.

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