Tap Takeover: Epiphany Craft Malt X Burial Beer Co.

Oct. 24, 5:30 p.m.

The Roof at The Durham Hotel, 315 East Chapel Hill St., Durham, thedurham.com

In collaboration with Durham’s Epiphany Craft Malt, The Roof hosts a new monthly tap series beginning on Thursday featuring a new small-batch draft by a local brewery that’s brewed with Epiphany’s malts. The new beer will be available on tap until the next rotation. Leading the series is Asheville’s Burial Beer Co.

Fall Wine Tasting at G.58 Cuisine

Oct. 25, 7:00 p.m.

G.58 Modern Chinese Cuisine,10958 Chapel Hill Road, Morrisville, g58cuisine.com

On Friday, Laurence Vuelta from Napa Valley’s Trinchero Family Estates will pour four different wines to be paired with a special tasting menu from the chefs at G.58. Located in Research Triangle Park, the fine-dining establishment’s Chinese cuisine spotlights dishes from all eight culinary regions in China. The wine tasting event is $65 per person (plus tax and gratuity), and advance reservations are required.

Ninth-Annual Beefsteak Dinner

Oct. 27, 5 p.m.

Bull City Burger & Brewery, 107 East Parrish Street, Durham, bullcityburgerandbrewery.com 

BCBB’s yearly excuse to hone your animal instincts and eat meat with your hands is back with its ninth-annual beefsteak dinner. The tradition reportedly dates back to the mid-1800s, when working-class citizens of New York City would gather around a long banquet-style table for a bona fide beefsteak dinner, devouring all the meat they could eat with their hands while washing it down with plenty of good ale. BCBB promises a similarly caveman-like dining experience, serving up all the meat and beer you can handle. Tickets are fifty bucks and include all food, beer, and gratuity. Advance reservations are required. Wet naps are highly recommended.

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