COOP will pour DNR (paired with roasted beet and chevre tartlet, sherry gastrique) and Native Amber (paired with Salt cod fritters, malt vinegar gastrique).
Savor is self-described as an American craft beer and food experience, and if COOP’s pairings are any indication, that’s probably accurate. The event is June 8-9 in Washington, D.C., and features more than 70 breweries from across the country — including all of the heavy-hitters of the craft beer world.
The beer and food menu is pretty insane, if you like great beer and exotic-sounding food offerings.
Anyway, you might think it would be cool to go to Savor, and you’d be right. But you’ll also be out of luck, since the $120-a-pop tickets sold out quickly after going on sale last week.
Nevertheless, good luck to COOP and congrats on giving Oklahoma craft beer a good name on the national stage!