Chocolate and Beer Tasting Benefit for HTFMA Education Programs
Sunday March 9th, 2014: 3-5pm
Please join the Haverford Township Farmers Market Association for Benefit Chocolate and Beer Tasting
Featuring Eclat Chocolate and Victory Brewing Company Beers
Sunday March 9th, 2014 from 3:00 PM – 5:00 PM
Kaya’s Fusion Cuisine (5 Brookline Blvd. Havertown 19083)
Please join Master Chocolatier Christopher Curtin, owner of Éclat Chocolates, and Dr. Marcia Pelchat of Monell Chemical Sciences Center and the University of Pennsylvania, who will lead us through a tasting of locally-made artisanal chocolates from Eclat Chocolate paired with beers from Downingtown’s award-winning microbrewery Victory Brewing Company.
Chris Curtin has won numerous awards for his chocolates, and Eclat was named ‘the best chocolate’ in America by Bon Appétit magazine. Dr. Pelchat is a Physiological Psychologist who specializes in food selection and how the biology of taste determines how we experience wine and food; she will discuss how the flavor profiles of beer and chocolate enhance each other, and provide guidance for your own at-home pairing of beer and dessert. Light appetizers will accompany the tasting.
Reservations are essential as space is limited to just 45 seats, so don’t wait to reserve your spot. Tickets are $40 per person and are going quickly.
Seating is limited, dress is casual and guests must be 21 years or older. Kaya’s is located at 5 Brookline Boulevard (Havertown, PA 19083) near the intersection of Brookline and Darby.
To RSVP, please send an email with your name and the number of reservation spots you require to:
We will confirm your space(s) and write back to you with an address to send your check. When we receive your check we’ll confirm that you are booked into the tasting. You can also send us money via Paypal (go to our website) if you want to be sure of a seat. So act quickly, since we only have 45 seats!
All proceeds benefit the Haverford Township Farmers Market Association’s food and nutrition education programs held at Oakmont Farmers Market, school assemblies and at the Haverford Township Free Library.