Monday, June 20, 2016

The Gallows | Low Country Boil

The Gallows has long been one of my favorite Boston spots. So when the invite came in to attend their first Low Country Boil paired with Long Trail and Otter Creek Beers, I happily accepted. The night was a crab-claw smashing success; we started with soft cornbread and creamy cinnamon honey butter, plus cans of boiled peanuts, followed by buckets of crawfish, mussels, claims, sausages, corn, potatoes and the aforementioned crab claws. The Long Trail and Otter Creek beer selections included some of my favorites - like Long Trail's Green Blaze IPA - their newest release featuring big pine, tropical fruit and resin hop notes. We continued to devour crawfish and drink all 6 beers (10 oz pours though - a smart way to sample but still feel like you're getting a solid taste) well into the evening. Thanks to everyone at The Gallows for having us in and hosting such a fun Monday night dinner!! 

6 comments:

  1. What an awesome evening (especially for a Monday!)... The perfect New England dinner :)

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  2. You had me at "6 beers." Sounds like such a fun night!

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  3. It's funny that you're posting about a low country boil because I was just telling Roberto that I wanted to do one of those! The Gallows is so good- what a fun event!

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  4. Yum! I haven't been there in forever either.

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  5. I've been wanting to do this at home! Looks so delicious.

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