Spring is here! And what better way for foodies and beer lovers to celebrate the onset of warmer weather and March Madness than a Twitter party?
Join the National Onion Association’s @Onionista and author @JohnSchlimm to chat about springtime, March Madness, and the food and drink pairings that complement the fun of the season — onions and beer — at #OnionChat this Thursday, March 19th at 8pm ET!
Get ready to share your favorite Spring or March Madness recipes, beers and beer cocktails with the onion and beer experts! Note: This party is intended for our Twitter friends of legal drinking age only. RSVP to join the chat and be entered to win one of four prizes including John’s book, The Ultimate Beer Lover’s Happy Hour — which features more than 325 recipes and beer cocktails and a Sweet n’ Savory Onion set from the National Onion Association (NOA). (Open only to residents of U.S. Click here for official rules.)
Here’s a sneak peak of some of our favorite happy hour menu recipes from John that we’ll be serving up during the party:
Black Bean & Corn Salsa
Cheddar & Beer Bisque
Sweet Onion Sliders
Chili Beer Salsa
The Red-Headed Onionista
What: #OnionChat Beer Lover’s Happy Hour
When: Thursday, March 19th at 8pm ET
Hosts: @Onionista & @JohnSchlimm
About The Ultimate Beer Lover’s Happy Hour: Over 325 Recipes for Your Favorite Bar Snacks & Beer Cocktails was released in August 2014. It features delicious bar bites – from Sizzling Sriracha Peanuts to Taproom Tacos to Blitzed Bean Soup – and beer cocktails, chuggers, shots, shooters, chasers, punches, floats, and shakes, with nearly 1,000 related pairing suggestions using today’s most popular craft and seasonal beer styles. His now classic and voluminous ode to beer and food, The Ultimate Beer Lover’s Cookbook: More Than 400 Recipes That All Use Beer, was released in 2008. John is a Harvard-trained educator, activist, artist, businessman, and award-winning author of sixteen books on cooking/entertaining, activism, history, how-to, and fiction. A member of one the oldest and most historic brewing families in the U.S., John currently sits on the Board of Directors at Straub Brewery, Inc.