Join Lucas Confectionery tonight, from 5pm until 8pm, for another TROYSTER Tuesday. Tonight’s oysters hail from Buzzard’s Bay, MA.
Grown in Indian Cove where natural spring waters flow and combine with the cool, clear saltwater of Buzzards Bay. These waters produce a sweet, briny onset, a taste that people have come to love.
Produced in Albany, Nine Pin Cider Works is New York States first licensed farm cidery.
The cider is sourced entirely from Capital Region and Hudson Valley apples.
Stop in the Confectionery and enjoy a glass of Nine Pin Cider on tap, for $4 per glass.
On Thursday, March 13 at 7pm, join us in welcoming Nine Pin owner/producer Alejandro del Peral to the Confectionery.
We will be featuring a special cider and food paring menu, as Alejandro will be discussing the cider production process.
Reservations are not necessary.
The event takes place this Thursday, March 6, from 6-8pm in The Grocery. Tasting lineup is as follows:
Androvic Plavac Mali 2012
Rojac Malvasija 2012
Rojac Malvasija Macerated 2009
Rojac Renero 2007
Rojac Refosk 2010
Rojac Royaz NV
Tauzher Kras Teran 2009
Eupolo Pumpkin Seed Oil
Tickets are just $12.
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Join Lucas Confectionery tonight, Tuesday, February 18th, for another TROYSTER Tuesday from 5pm until 8pm. $1.50 each.
Tonight’s oysters are Standish Shore Petites from Duxbury, Massachusetts. Their well-balanced flavor and sweet buttery texture make them a great choice for the perfect Atlantic oyster. Finish is clean and salty with a pleasant ocean flavor.