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What: Winter‘s Grind at the Arrogant Swine: Part III
When: Saturday, March 18, 1 p.m. to 4 p.m.
Where: Arrogant Swine (173 Morgan Avenue at Scholes Street); Bushwick, Brooklyn
Tickets: $35 with special discount code SWINE. Includes endless sausage and 25 unique beers.
Note: Tickets are available here. Tickets will be $45 after March 1.
Tyson Ho likes sausage. Joshua M. Bernstein and Chris Cuzme? They like beer.
To combine two of life’s greatest pleasures, the comrades-in-consumption are once again joining forces for the third edition of Winter‘s Grind at the Arrogant Swine, Ho’s Bushwick-based BBQ joint.
Ho and his fellow chef friends will be hand-cranking all-you-can-eat sausages such as chicken satay, veal sausage with Pakistani fire seasoning and Sicilian lamb stigghiola. (Don’t worry: vegetarians will have a dining option too.)
On the all-you-can-drink side, Cuzme and Bernstein have hand-selected 10 of the city’s top homebrewers to make dark and delightful beers, including the crews from Bitter & Esters and Mary Izett’s marvelously offbeat fast ferments.
Moreover, they’ve tabbed 15 of NYC’s best and newest breweries to supply drinkers with the finest March-friendly beers. That means you’ll be drinking Finback, Other Half, Strong Rope, Keg & Lantern, Barrier, Kings County Brewers Collective and so many more. Around 25 unique, rarely tasted brews will endlessly pour.
Winter’s lingering chill won’t stand a chance.