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Enjoy a variety of meats at Sunday's Beast Feast

Posted by: brad – Sep 26, 2014

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If there's two things Central Virginia has in spades, it's food and history, and the folks at Preservation Virginia are set to bring you an awesome combo of both this weekend at the 2014 Beast Feast.

Open fire cooking, local wines and brews, and a cast of Central VA chefs and bartenders are all in store for those who make it out to Scotchtown (Patrick Henry's historic homestead) Sunday between 1-5PM. Here's a list of the hard-working folks out to.

Here's a list of the folks providing the turkeys, goats, pigs and more (it is a BEAST feast after all) and service:

Buffalo Creek Beef - The Potter Family, Lexington VA
Autumn Olive Farm - The Trainum Family, Waynesboro VA
Creekstone Farms - Arkansas City, KS
Beechwood Farm - The Gottwald Family, Goochland VA
Whipple Creek Farm - The Whipple Family, Lexington VA
Origins Farm - The Harris Family - Hanover, VA
Tomten Farm - Brian Garretson and Autumn Campbell - Green Bay, VA
Manakintowne Specialty Growers - The Pendergraph Family - Powhatan, VA
Deer Run Farm - the Rudolph Family - Hanover, VA

The Chefs:
The Magpie, Owen & Tiffany Lane
Julep's, Randall Doetzer
Rogue Gentleman, John Maher & Aaron Hoskins
Aziza on Main, Kyle Cox, Kevin White & Jason Kane
The Governor's Mansion, Chris Blain
The Federal Reserve Bank, David Quisenberry
The Whole Ox Butchery, Derek & Amanda Luhowiak, The Plains, Va

But it's not all feast and beverage, the Honky Tonk Experience will be providing the tunes to match your beast consumption:

Pick up your tickets and get more details about the event here.

Words by BK

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