What if I told you that you could drink beer for breakfast, in your pajamas, and call it a culinary delight? You may be surprised to know that such an event exists, but you may be less surprised to learn that it is happening in Colorado, a stalwart of really good beer and really good coffee. It’s called the Brewers Breakfast and it is taking place this Sunday, April 15th at Ginger and Baker in Fort Collins.
Hosted by Black Bottle Brewery, Bindle Coffee, and Troubadour Maltings—a craft malted grains company started by none other than Chris Schooley, formerly of Coffee Shrub—the Brewers Breakfast is a four-course brunch featuring cool pairings and collabs from the three hosts. The menu includes items like Brewers Breakfast Cereal with almond milk, Troubadour malt sourdoughs, malt ice cream affogatos, and the “Cereal sundae with Troubadour vanilla malt ice cream, cereal streusel, bananas and maple caramel.”
Tickets for Brewers Breakfast are $55 ($25 for the three-course Brewers Brunch Kids menu), and seating for the event is very limited. Tickets for the inaugural event can be purchased here. For more information, visit the Brewers Breakfast Facebook event page. If there’s a better way to spend a Sunday than eating a four-course brunch, drinking coffee, and having a few breakfast beers, I have yet to find it.
*top image via Ginger and Baker