Five chefs become monsters so you can eat and drink like one
If you've been waiting for someone to throw an artistically savage dinner party at which five local chefs are honored with monstrously re-imagined portraits, and in return prepare meaty dishes that compliment the occasion's theme while not making you drink any Milwaukee's Best at all, then you'll definitely love Beast Feast. Here's what you'll find
Food: Chef Matt of Deckard's is bringing brisket chorizo Sloppy Joes w/ giardiniera slaw, and Jared Lee Pyles is doing the Bugsy Siegel: a pastrami, braised cabbage, Swiss & Russian caviar-dressed sammy he'll be serving at soon-coming hero resto Villains -- which, again, serves heros, to be clever
Drinks: Each meal gets a special SW pour (e.g., an 80% LowRYEder, 20% Georgia Brown blend), plus they'll launch their seasonal Festive Ale, and you'll taste a special cask personally made by head brewer Nick Nock, whose real name is actually James, so just forget we told you that and ruined it for you
Dessert: Expect SweetWater Blue-spiked blueberry cupcakes from OMG (an establishment that's wildly popular amongst tweens who are annoying on Facebook), while High Road's coming with a special edition GA Brown ice cream and Piccolo Tesoro rosé moscato wine floats
Art: You'll see live works created by Eric Nine, Michi Meko, and Jeremy Ray of The Gonzo Orchestra, while Bone Lick BBQ's Mike LaSage is interpreted as Satan while he rotisseries a whole SweetWater-marinated goat, just to show you how he Baals out like the beast he is.