Chef Jason Petrie has been serving up some vivid, eclectic, and memorable dishes from his kitchen at Revolution Brewing. Join us as Chef Petrie tells us about the importance of sauce, pairing pizzas with Revolution’s bold and hoppy brews, and is there a possibility of a food truck in Revolution’s future?
Crusts are pleasantly yeasty with a thin, crisp bottom. But ingredients are the big stars in Revolution’s pie lineup. Meat fans will enjoy the Smokehouse and house-made Italian Sausage, complete with smoked tomato sauce. A more adventurous soul will love the full flavors of the Autumn Harvest pie, and the smooth earth tones in the Cremini Mushroom pie. Vegetarians have options too! Look out for the Italian Seitan, also featuring the house smoked tomato sauce.
Chef Petrie is constantly mixing up Revolution’s menu with a variety of fresh, seasonal options and new combinations. If you’re a fan of a fluctuating menu with a variety of flavors, this is your place. Menu offerings to look for (aside from pizzas) include Bacon Fat Popcorn, Fish and Chips, and the Workingman Burger. Revolution being a brewery, let’s not forget the beers. Around 35 different flavors will grace Rev’s fist-clenching taps. I, being a major IPA fan, really dug the Anti-Hero IPA.
Revolution Brewing is the holy trinity for people like myself; hoppy/bold beers, well-crafted food, with a vibrant eating space. It is easy to feel at home amongst the hanging whiskey barrels, tin ceiling tiles, and wood carved bar space. Go enjoy all that Revolution has to offer, and let us know what you think!