The Big Game is almost here and if you’re less than pumped to watch Golden Boy Tom Brady start in his 7th Super Bowl in 16 years, we can all take solace in watching Mr. Clean put the moves on mom between countless penalty calls.
More importantly, we want to make sure you have the sustenance you need to survive Barrel-Aged Gonzo Eve. So we teamed up with Chef Niko of Roasthouse Pub on three recipes that are made and pair with Flying Dog.
Roasthouse General Tso’s Wings is the ultimate game changer. These pocket-size meat sticks pack some serious flavor and only get better when you wash them down with a Bloodline Blood Orange Ale. Make this recipe or get it in the hands of someone you trust; it just might save the world.
Snake Dog Beer Battered Shrimp & Onion Rings with Wasabi Aioli perfectly aligns with our food pyramid, (meat, vegetable, beer, breading and dipping sauce). Consuming Snake Dog before, during and after is also a top-of-the-triangle requirement.
Pulled Pork BBQ & Gouda Spanakopita Bites. If you do decide to make these, tweet us @FlyingDog and we’ll come over with Doggie in hand. Since simply saying the word spanakopita is intimidating, start with this video that shows some of the techniques used in preparing the dish while also making you salivate.
Now, it’s your turn. Stock up on supplies and don’t leave the kitchen until your heart is content.
If you have a lifetime ban from the kitchen, Chef Niko has you covered. Stop into Roasthouse Pub and let your conscience be your guide. Need a little extra push? Drool all over your phone while checking out Roasthouse on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter.
North Pole Police Report
Date of Incident: Wednesday, November 30, 2016
Location: Frederick, Maryland, USA
Reporting Officer: I.P. Freely
Detail of Incident: Throughout the evening of Wednesday, November 30, there were numerous noise complaints throughout the city of Frederick, Maryland. The reports were centralized around 12 locations where it is believed that a group of bearded individuals may have been spreading unauthorized Christmas cheer. Numerous eye-witness reports indicate that so-called “Jingle Balls” were distributed with the explicit intent to increase Holiday Spirit.
After reviewing CCTV images, it was discovered that the bearded individuals also left calling cards attached to the Jingle Balls (see photographic evidence NPPD.0076842.0002). These cards have redeemable prizes expiring on December 24, 2016 at the local brewery, Flying Dog, which has been under investigation by this department for the past three years due to their creation and packaging of The Holiday Collection, a group of undocumented Christmas Spirits.
Please note the following APB: Anyone who comes across a Jingle Ball of any kind, please report it by Instagramming it, tagging @FlyingDogBrewery, and including #JingleBalls. Afterwards, take the Jingle Ball and attached prize to Flying Dog Brewery at 4607 Wedgewood Blvd, Frederick, MD 21703 by December 24, 2016, where we will have an officer waiting to take your statement and present you with your reward. Please note that no one under the age of 21 is allowed in the brewery. A valid ID is required.
Once all Jingle Balls have been located, one lucky Instagrammer will also receive a behind-the-scenes brewery adventure to include a tour, tasting and lunch with a freshly-showered member of the Flying Dog Social Media team. (Offer valid for redemption Monday – Friday before February 1, 2017. Winners must be 21+ and ice-cold, because what’s cooler than being cool?)
Photographic Evidence: The following images we’re obtained from CCTV and security cameras in various locations.
Location of Incident(s): This map highlights the areas where it is believed that the Jingle Balls were hung.