Southern-style barbecue varies from state to state, sometimes city-to-city, and Southern natives love a good debate on whose barbecue style or sauce reigns supreme.
This September, TLP celebrates the diversity of this cuisine with Brew ‘n’ Cue Showdown, an exclusive event part of Colonial Williamsburg’s Taste Tradition weekend. Pitmasters and brewers from four states will compete against one another as they show off their best hog and hops skills. Then, Colonial Williamsburg chefs will create a dish incorporating the barbecue. Attendees vote on Best BBQ, Best Beer, and Best Dish.
So, pick your State, start building that barbecue pride, and get excited with this sneak peak of Georgia’s participating pitmaster, brewery, and Colonial Williamsburg chef.
Griffin Burkin + Harrison Sapp of Southern Soul Barbecue / The proprietors and pitmasters of the popular coastal, Georgia smoke joint that offers several rubs and sauce flavors. Harrison Sapp was featured on
Terrapin Brewery / A craft brewery known for creating beers unlike any others in the Southeast, including brews like the Rye Pale Ale which won the American Pale Ale Gold Medal at the 2002 Great American Beer Festival only six months after its creation.
Chef Anthony Frank / A graduate of the Culinary Institute of America, Chef Frank leads Colonial Williamsburg’s popular “Pints & Pairings” afternoons, featuring microbrews and hand-crafted beers and ales. He also completed a Culinary Institute externship in Maui under the Hula grill’s Peter Merimen.
Click here for more info on this event plus great deals on the Taste Tradition Weekend Package.
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