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Food & Drink Events for August 2010 

Terrapin Beer Expo
August 7 and 8. Spend the weekend at Terrapin’s 4th Annual Beer Expo, featuring craft brews from over 20 New York State breweries, including local favorites Keegan Ales, Captain Lawrence, and the Hyde Park Brewery. Food includes innovative barbecue (including many vegetarian-friendly options) and other unlimited tasty samples from Terrapin’s repertoire. There will be live music, door prizes, and demonstrations by the Hudson Valley Home Brewers Association. From 4pm to 9pm on Saturday and 1pm to 6pm on Sunday at Terrapin Catering in Staatsburg. $39 single day/$60 both days; $19 designated-driver single day/ $30 designated-driver both days. (845) 876-3330.

Preserving the Summer Dinner at the CIA
August 7. The Culinary Institute of America’s graduating class presents Preserving the Summer: Celebrating the Bounty of the Hudson Valley, a four-course dinner and silent auction benefiting the Food Bank of the Hudson Valley and the Peter F. Lenich Memorial Scholarship Fund. Local wines, cocktails, and hors d’oeurves will be served at 6pm, followed by dinner, including chilled corn bisque, compressed summer melon, pork spare ribs, and peach and honey upside-down cake. At 6pm at the Culinary Institute of America in Hyde Park. $70. (845) 905-4674;

Old World v. New World Wine Throwdown

August 14. Michael Weiss—wine instructor and coauthor of Wine Wise: Your Complete Guide to Understanding, Selecting, and Enjoying Wine—from the Culinary Institute of America hosts Old World versus New World Wines, part of the wine and food seminar series at the Millbrook Winery. The class will feature Millbrook’s wines as well as wines from around the world. From 6pm to 8pm in Millbrook. $45.
Reservations available at (800) 622-9463.

Red Wine and Grass-Fed Beef
August 21 and 22. Visit the Whitecliff Winery nestled at the foot of the Gunks for a locavore’s delight. Enjoy Whitecliff’s red wines such as Sky Island Red, a traditional, elegant Bordeaux blend; Ridgewine Red, a light-bodied, five-grape blend; and Redtail, a soft, fruity blend of Noiret, DeChaunac, and merlot. The food menu includes London broil (from grass-fed cows raised two miles down the road) and homemade potato salad made with local produce. From 12pm to 5pm in Gardiner. $16 in advance/$17.50 at the door. (845) 255-4613;

Hudson Valley Ribfest

August 21 and 22. Come hungry and bring a bib to the sixth annual Hudson Valley Ribfest, featuring Big Moe’s M&M Ribs, Butch’s Barbeque, Jack McDavid’s Down Home Diner, and more. There will be over 20 concession and cooking-supply vendors, team barbecue-cooking competitions (with a $10,000 prize pot), and live music. From 11am to 10pm on Saturday and from 11am to 5pm on Sunday at the Ulster County Fairgrounds in New Paltz. $5/kids under 12

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