Around the World: Food and Brewfest

February 16, 2018
5:00 pm – Social Time and Home Brew Judging
6:00 pm – Food Tasting Opens

Tickets: $25 per person

ONLINE tickets SOLD OUT – call the History Center to check on availability 507-451-1420

This is a joint event between the Steele County Historical Society and the CulturFest Committee.“Around the World: Food and Brewfest” is a multicultural celebration of food, beer and coffee. Guests will take a trip around the culinary world and enjoy specialties from a variety of countries.

The evening will begin at 5 pm with a  social hour and Homebrew Contest featuring the following local home brewers, who are making a special beer pairing with the entrees above:

**Mark Sebring                          **Terrence Flynn & Gary Muchow

**Doug Holmes                         **Korey Borchert                  **Peter Cook

**Bryan Christjansen                  **Mineral Springs Brewery

7 Main Course entrees:

Germany (Bratwurst on a pretzel roll with red cabbage)  / Doug Holmes – Featured brewer
Germany Bratwurst

England – Beef Cottage Pie / Peter Cook – Featured Brewer

France – French Bread, cheese & pears / Mark Sebring – Featured Brewer

Vietnam – Spring Rolls  / Mineral Spring Brewery – Featured Brewer

Italy – Veggie Lasagna / Terrence Flynn & Gary Muchow Featured Brewers

India – Chicken tikki masala / Bryan Christjansen Featured Brewer

Mexico – Chicken Flautas


3 Desserts: 

Venezuela – Pastries

Milhojas                                       Papitas de leche


Australia – Sticky Pudding
USA – Smores / Korey Borchert – Featured Brewer


Homebrewing has become a serious hobby for many people, and there is a lot of local interest and talent in our community.  Each guest will have the opportunity to taste a variety of beer brewed by our guest brewers.  You can then cast your vote as in judging which local brewer you like best. (must be 21 years old to be a judge).  A “People’s Choice” trophy will be awarded to the winning brewer.

The “Brewers Choice” growler will be awarded for the brew the brewers select as their morst favorite.


A cash bar featuring beer and wine will also be available for the evening.

Tickets are $25 per person and include all food, entertainment, the evening’s festivities, and admission to the History Center’s exhibit, featuring the World War I & Autos and Roads.

Tickets are limited to 300 guests and are available from CulturFest Committee members,

ONLINE tickets SOLD OUT – call the History Center to check on availability 507-451-1420