Three Heads Brewing, DiBella’s Subs beer: Chocolate Chip Cookie Stout
- DiBella’s Chocolate Chip Cookie Stout will be released on Friday, October 14.
- The new beer is a collaboration between the Rochester sub-boutique and Three Heads Brewing.
Beer and chocolate chip cookies.
If it was a tweet, he would say, “That’s it. It’s the tweet.
But there is more, deliciously more.
DiBella’s Subs and Three Heads Brewing have teamed up to create a stout and chocolate chip cookie combo, DiBella’s Chocolate Chip Cookie Stout.
The beer, which will officially launch on Friday, October 14, is a traditional stout brewed with freshly baked DiBella chocolate chip cookies.
Three Heads Brewing at 186 Atlantic Ave., Rochester, will host a launch party from 5-7 p.m. Friday.
In addition to the Chocolate Chip Cookie Stout available for purchase, DiBella’s will be at the brewery with free subs and cookie samples and DiBella’s loot for guests to celebrate the release.
DiBella president Peter Fox said the Rochester company wanted to come up with another fun way for everyone to enjoy DiBella, and they approached Three Heads with the idea of a cookie beer.
Fast forward a few months, “and we have this delicious beer that DiBella and Three Heads fans are going to love,” Fox said.
It didn’t take much effort to make it happen: “It was a no-brainer,” said Dan Nothnagle, president of Three Heads.
“We love subs and cookies, let’s create a great beer together!” Nothnagle said.
In addition to being available at the brewery, DiBella’s Chocolate Chip Cookie Stout will be available at local grocery stores, bars and restaurants. Look for the cute snazzy label.
This collaboration follows Genesee Brewery’s release of its robust Brewer Imperial Stout series, the first of its new Genesee Brewers series.
Thompson Health Guild will help relieve pie cravings
The Thompson Health Guild is accepting orders until Nov. 2 for its annual pie sale fundraiser.
Made by Special Touch Bakery in Rochester, the 10-inch pies cost $20 or $25 each depending on the variety. There are 11 varieties to choose from, including cannoli, chocolate peanut butter, pumpkin, strawberry rhubarb, and others. For more details and to order online, visit www.ThompsonHealth.com/Pie.
Pre-ordered pies can be picked up Thursday, November 17 between 4-6 p.m. at the barn behind the FF Thompson Hospital in Canandaigua (enter the parking lot via The Thompson Way, a private driveway on West Street). Fruit pies will be frozen and ready to bake (baking instructions included). Cream pies will be frozen; simply thaw and serve.
Proceeds will benefit the Guild, which is the auxiliary of UR Medicine Thompson Health. The nonprofit fundraising organization has nearly 150 members and is governed by a volunteer board of directors. Funds raised by the Guild help the not-for-profit health care system expand facilities, purchase necessary equipment, and provide helpful programs for patients, seniors’ residence residents, staff, and community members. community.
For more information on the pie sale, email Lou Loy at email@example.com.
Did someone say pie? The people of Arc Ontario too
The Friends of Ontario Arc Foundation is partnering with A Good Measure Bakery to host a fundraiser for the sale of pies.
The pies are $15 each and include apples, apple crumbs, cherries, chocolate mousse, chocolate peanut butter, coconut cream, lime, mixed berries, pumpkin, pumpkin pecan, raspberry and strawberry rhubarb.
To place an order, please visit www.ontarioarcevents.org/pie-sale. Pies are presale only and orders must be placed by 4 p.m. on Monday, October 31. Proceeds will benefit The Arc Ontario’s growing menu of programs and services for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities or other challenges. Questions can be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
“Say Yes to Fruits and Vegetables” at the Victor Farmington Library
Just in time for the holidays, the upcoming Victor Farmington Library is once again offering a program to help you eat healthier.
“Just Say Yes to Fruits and Veggies will be held at 12:30 p.m. on Wednesday, October 26 at the Victor Farmington Library, 15 W. Main St., Victor.
Participants will learn how to prepare a healthy and economical recipe with the help of a Foodlink nutritionist.
Visit www.victorfarmingtonlibrary.org for more information and to register.