ESCOFFIER & EPIC?
He is credited with “singlehandedly bringing culinary art into the modern era” and Epic is bringing beer to a whole new level in OUR OWN era.
JOIN US FOR A BREWERY TOUR & POP UP HAPPY HOUR
3:30 PM WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 16th
RSVP by MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 14th
3001 Walnut St. in Denver
$15 Per Person
Taste a flight of 6 3 oz Beers, Tour Epic Brewing, Mix and Mingle with other CO Dames
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No refunds after September 13, 2015
About Auguste Escoffier
The lineage of finely trained chefs can be traced to Auguste Escoffier (1846-1935), a French chef, restaurateur and culinary writer who popularized and modernized traditional French cooking methods. Apprenticed in a kitchen at 13 years of age and consumed with ambition to become the best, he moved steadily upward in this assigned trade to become known as the King of Chefs, Chef of Kings. No other figure has done more to contribute to the history of culinary arts and raise the stature of cooking to a highly respected career path.
About Epic Brewing
David Cole and Peter Erickson are the founders and co-owners of Epic Brewing Company. Cole and Erickson, originally from California, started an international aquaculture company in Utah in 1992. In 2008, Utah law changed allowing these two entrepreneurs to pursue their longtime dream of opening a strong beer microbrewery in Utah, like those they frequented in the Golden State.
Together, they have teamed with Brewmaster Kevin Crompton, formerly from Bohemian Brewery. Crompton has been brewing for more than 20 years (since 1994) and has brewed for three Utah breweries and another in Hawaii. Admittedly, beer geeks, foodies and “Epic” adventure junkies, the three share a passion for making and drinking fine ales and la