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PCMI’s Poland Team Enjoys the Holiday Season!

January 9, 2019PCMI Culture

T he PCMI Poland team celebrated the holiday season by having a Christmas party at a rustic brewery located in Krakow, called Lubicz Brewery. This post-industrial Old Malt House building was built in the second half of the nineteenth century and the beers that are brewed are well-known throughout Galicia as one of the best. The brewery is strongly connected to the history of Krakow and the entire beer industry in Poland.

The team used this time to celebrate the most wonderful time of the year with one another, eat delicious food, and take some time to relax before the new year began.

Delightful Dishes

At the dinner, team members engaged in great conversation while enjoying delicious, traditional Polish dishes. In the hot buffet, there was an array of choices including beetroot soup with roasted dumplings, pork cutlets in gravy, battered catfish with lemon, dumplings with cabbage and mushrooms, and Krakow style potatoes. In the cold buffet, the team enjoyed a cheese board, roasted bacon in majoram, herring rollmops with pickles, and a puff pastry with sauerkraut and mushrooms. The open bar offered hot and cold drinks, such as coffee and of course, the brewery’s famous beer! Yum! Throughout the meal, team members feasted and enjoyed beverages while reminiscing about the successful 2018 year and discussing all that is to come in the New Year!

Santa Claus Came to Town!

Some members expressed their holiday spirit by showing up to the dinner sporting wonderful holiday sweaters. There were even a couple members, QA Analysts – Tomasz Paluch and Michael Borski, who made the night especially festive by dressing up as Santa Claus, a favorite among the young children that attended the dinner with their families.

The rustic brick walls accompanied with the soft glow of the overhead beer mug lamps that hung from the ceiling made the whole dinner a cozy experience. The team had a wonderful time getting in the holiday spirit and all celebrated a night that was merry and bright.