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Ellenville's Number 1 Trip Advisor Restaurant!
Wednesday, July 15, 2015
3rd Annual $25.99 Twin Lobsters & Smuttynose Beer | Sunday August 16th, 1pm to 5pm
What: 3rd Annual $25.99 Twin Lobsters & Smuttynose Beer
When: Sunday August 16th, 1pm to 5pm
Where: Aroma Thyme Bistro, 165 Canal St Ellenville NY
Details: Twin Lobsters $25.99 and lots of Smuttynose Beer in our Garden. Smuttynose Beer will be available for purchase by the pint, flight and bottles.
This event will sell out super fast! RSVP (845) 647-3000.
Smuttynose was founded in January, 1994. It released its first beer, Shoals Pale Ale, in July of that year, followed shortly thereafter by Old Brown Dog.
Chuckwheat - 1996 (retired)
Portsmouth Lager - 1998 (retired)
The Big Beer Series - 1998 to the present
Belgian White Ale - 1999 (retired)
Robust Porter – 2001
Weizenheimer - 2002 (retired)
Pumpkin Ale – 2003
Finestkind IPA – 2004
Summer Weizen – 2005
Winter Ale – 2006
Short Batch Series – 2007
Hanami - 2007 (retired)
Star Island Single – 2009
Big A IPA (as year-round offering) -
2010 Vunderbar Pilsner -
2012 Noonan Black IPA - 2013
Smuttynose Brewing is related by common ownership & history to the Portsmouth Brewery and, indirectly, to the Northampton Brewery, located in western Massachusetts. The chronology goes like this: 1987 - Brother & sister Peter & Janet Egelston, along with partners Cora Lee Drew & Mark Metzger, start the Northampton Brewery, which is now the oldest brewpub in New England. 1991 - The Egelstons & Metzger start the Portsmouth Brewery, New Hampshire's first brewpub. 1992 - Peter & Janet buy Metzger out of the Northampton & Portsmouth partnership. December, 1993 - Peter attends the bankruptcy auction of the Frank Jones Brewing Company & purchases the assets that form the basis for Smuttynose Brewing, founded in January, 1994. 2000 - Peter & Janet Egelston buy each other out of their partnership. Janet remains owner of the Northampton Brewery; Peter & his partner Joanne Francis own Smuttynose and the Portsmouth Brewery.
Smuttynose beers are distributed in 22 states and the District of Columbia, from Maine to Florida and as far west as Wisconsin.
About Aroma Thyme www.AromaThymeBistro.com
Aroma Thyme bistro opened in 2003 in Ellenville, NY, where the Catskills meet the Hudson Valley. Being green minded since day one, Aroma Thyme was the first Certified Green Restaurant© in upstate New York. Aroma Thyme has one of the best stocked bars with 250 craft beers, 250 fine wines & 250 boutique spirits. The restaurant is all about supporting local, but beyond that they pride themselves in small independent brands from all over the globe. This purchasing philosophy encompasses bar and kitchen alike. “We want to help a family pay for dance lessons for their daughter rather than a CEO's third vacation home”, says owners Jamie & Marcus Guiliano. Marcus Guiliano is an award winning chef who was named “One of the Five Top Food Activists Making a Change” from One Green Planet. This award, along with many others, is evident from the gourmet sustainable socially responsible cuisine Aroma Thyme serves. The restaurant has also been flooded with wards ranging from “Best New Restaurant”, “Best Organic Restaurant”, “Best Beer Events”, Wine Spectator “Award Winning Wine List” and Trip Advisors number one restaurant in their area. Aroma Thyme pleases carnivores and vegans alike. There is plenty of options for every diet and taste. Chef Marcus has several a great blogs that are a must to check out, ChefonaMission.com (his main one), NoFarmedSalmon.com (you will never eat farmed salmon again) and his award-winning business blog at 50Mistakes.com. Reservations are always accepted at (845) 647-3000.
We would never expect you to eat this shrimp, nor do we serve farmed Asian shrimp