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WVU Continuing Professional Education ‘brews up a meal’

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Learn how to pair craft beers with food at this WVU Continuing Professional Education event March 30 at 6:30 p.m.
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West Virginia University Continuing Professional Education offers unique learning opportunities. For example, "Brewing Up a Meal" at Table 9 in Morgantown on Thursday, March 30, from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m.  will  focus on what styles of craft beer to pair—or not to pair—with food during a four-course meal.

Comments and Background

Bryce Capodieci, a certified cicerone and beer judge, will be on hand to answer questions regarding the craft beer and food served and to help you understand how the flavors and aromas of craft beer compliment or contrast with gourmet food to make a memorable dining experience.

Chef Mark Tasker, the owner of Table 9, will also speak about the cuisine as it is being served. Tasker has served as a sous chef and managed several exquisite, well-known restaurants such as Newton’s Table in Washington, D.C., and Eleven Madison Park in New York City.

Target Audiences

People interested in craft beers

“Foodies”

People interested in continuing education programs 

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Brewing up a meal—learning to pair craft beer and cuisine

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CONTACT:  Charlene Lattea
Public Relations Specialist
WVU Online & Continuing Professional Education
304.293.9422; charlene.lattea@mail.wvu.edu