We are pleased to announce that we now offer a hand picked selection of beer and wine. Our current selections include:
Samuel Smith’s Organic Lager
A full-bodied lager with lots of malty character; a touch hoppier than many lagers yet perfectly balanced. Brewed using lightly kilned organic lager malt from barley grown in the UK, organic hops, yeast and water.
Nimbus Pale Ale
Northwestern style pale ale, “hopped” four times during the brewing process, balanced with malt sweetness from five varieties of fine pale malts. Brewed in a small micro brewery in Tuscon, Arizona.
Jack’s Hard Cider (Gluten free)
One of the freshest, most crisp Hard Apple Ciders you will ever taste. The apples are grown, pressed, fermented, and packaged from our facility located in one of the apple capitals of the world, Biglerville, Pennsylvania.
Espelt Red – 2009
Medium bodied, 100% garnacha variety from the Emporda region of southeastern Spain. Black fruits in the nose, with a rounded mouth and soft finish. Made using sustainable, organic and biodynamic practices. (Comparable to a Merlot)
La Paradou Viognier – 2011
This aromatic, 100% Viognier is harvested by hand from sustainable, high altitude vinyards in the Vin de Pays d’Oc (Rome Valley) region. This white is exotic and lush, while the beautiful acidity keeps it fresh and clean. (Comparable to a Riesling)
Saint-Roch VV Blanc – 2010
The smoky characteristics of this grenache blanc/marsanne blend combine with an ample juciness allied to peachy and melony richness, with the bitterness of peach kernel. Organically produced by Chateau Saint-Roch in Cotes du Roussilon, France’s sunniest region. (Comparable to a Chardonnay)
The Beanie kitchen now has wheels! We offer food delivery 9am – 3pm, Monday – Friday via bike to the downtown area! Just call us at 912-232-4447 to order.
$13 minimum order, $3 delivery charge. We’ll deliver Victory St. to River St, and Paulsen St. to Boundary St.
The Sentient Bean is seeking experienced artists interested in showing their work for the duration of one month at the Bean. Artists must have a website with current images representing a sample of the work to be shown in order to be considered.
To apply, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line “art show” and include the following information:
1. Artist name and phone number
2. Link to website that has current and relevant images of work for proposed show
3. Link to artist resume (preferred) or artist resume attached as a PDF file ONLY
4. Type of work to be shown, including medium, general sizes, price range, and how many of pieces will be in the show
5. Link to artist statement (preferred) or artist statement attached as a PDF file ONLY
Please visit www.sentientbean.com/booking#visualarts for additional details.