It's no secret that Tank 7 is one of the ultimate food-pairing beers, and chefs across the country agree. This versatile Farmhouse Ale compliments a wide variety of dishes with its balance, carbonation, and complex flavor profile, making it the perfect match for any course of your meal. Or, EVERY course of your meal (we won't judge you).
In honor of Tank 7's perfectly food-friendly character, we're sitting down with talented chefs around the United States to enjoy a Tank 7 and talk food, life and of course, beer. Seven questions each. Over a Tank 7. Seven Over 7. Makes sense, right?
Check back here often as we continue to provide updates on this adventure, and to learn more about some of the killer chefs who are making an impact around the United States and celebrating the beauty of pairing beer and food.
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Putting a personal spin on traditional Korean dishes, check out Chef Kim's delicious work at Sura Eats, based out of Parlor in Kansas City's Crossroads district.
The Biltmore Bar and Grille in Newton, MA dates back to 1914, when it served breakfast and beers for overnight factory crews. These days, Executive Chef Louis DeVita offers up new takes on classic dishes alongside a killer variety of beers, including our own Tank 7. In our latest #SevenOver7 interview, we sat down with DeVita and a glass of our American Saison to talk grilled cheese, skiing, and more.
A published author, former Hell's Kitchen competitor and co-founder of an internationally recognized BBQ team, Andy Husbands is a well-known figure in the Boston restaurant scene. We love BBQ almost as much as beer, so we sat down with the chef and pitmaster at The Smoke Shop to enjoy a Tank 7 and learn more about him.
A restaurant job in Manhattan, Kansas as a teenager morphed into a journey around the globe for Howard Hanna, where he's worked his way through the kitchens of five James Beard Award winners, two Food and Wine Best New Chefs, and five Michelin starred restaurants. In December 2010, Hanna opened The Rieger restaurant in Kansas City, housed in a space that was formerly home to The Rieger Hotel. We sat down with Howard and a glass of Tank 7 learn more about the well-traveled recipient of Feast Magazine's 2016 Chef of the Year.
A kitchen alum of the renowned and historic Spago Beverly Hills, Daniel Weinstock teamed up with Adam Cole and Mike Garrett in 2015 to open Maple Block Meat Co. in Culver City, CA. Specializing in authentic, cut-to-order, wood-smoked meats, Maple Block is a carnivore’s haven, and supplements their wide range of BBQ offerings with a wide variety of craft beers, including our very own Tank 7. Daniel sat down with a glass to dive deep on our shared favorite subjects: food and beer.
Kansas City's Colby Garrelts has no shortage of accolades under his belt: a James Beard award for Best Chef: Midwest, recognition in Food & Wine as a Top 10 Best New Chef, and his progressive American restaurant Blustem is a repeat James Beard semifinalist for Outstanding Restaurant. Along with operating two locations of his more casual eatery, Rye, Garrelts is often credited as being a key contributor to the reinvigoration of the Kansas City food scene. We were thrilled to crack open a Tank 7 with him and pick his brain.