Wild Game and Beer Dinner

Last Wednesday, Nashotah House hosted a Wild Game and Beer dinner. Sprecher Brewing Company (Milwaukee, WI) provided beer to accompany our food courses. Don Wambach, Sprecher’s sales representative, introduced each beer as it was presented, then gave the floor to Nashotah’s own chef Jimmy Wade, who explained the culinary craft put into each delectable dish the kitchen staff created. As courses were served, the room’s volume increased, attendees growing increasingly excited about the food set before them. Courses ranged from duck confit to wild boar bacon soup to Kahlua and coffee-infused chocolate cake for dessert. Every dish had an exotic, piquant quality. And the beer was fantastic!

Ticket prices for exquisite dinner events often scare people off, but once you are there, eating, drinking, giving your palette the time of its life and learning about the work and ingredients put into the food and drink, you begin to accept that the ticket you purchased was quite reasonable. For any who missed this one, I strongly suggest you treat yourself to the next dinner Nashotah House hosts. Your money gets you some of the best food you’ve ever tasted, and the proceeds support a seminary committed to the spread of the Gospel throughout the world.

If you’re not yet convinced, check out the pictures below…

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About nashotahhouse

Located in Nashotah, Wisconsin, Nashotah House Theological Seminary is the oldest institute of higher education in the state of Wisconsin. Founded in 1842 by a Missionary Bishop of the Episcopal Church, Nashotah House belongs to the Anglican tradition of worship, theology and spirituality. That is, Nashotah House traces her roots to the Church of England and locates herself within the worldwide Anglican Communion. Comprehending the fundamental disciplines of Holy Scripture, Theology, Church History, Spirituality and Pastoral Ministry, the curriculum at Nashotah House not only roots our students in the ancient wisdom of the Church, it prepares and empowers them to communicate the Gospel to the world today.