2011 Seafood and Belgian Ales Brewer’s Dinner

Wednesday December 21, 2011

First Course

Mussels and Frittes

Paired With:  Fort George Quick Wit

Second Course

Cream of Watercress Soup with Alaskan Spot Prawns

Paired With: Bockor Cuvee Des Jocobins

Third Course

Smoked Salmon Belly on a Bed of Sprouts and Spicy Pecan Vinaigrette


Paired With: Fort George XVI Chapel

Fourth Course


Whole Dungeness Crab with Ginger and Lemongrass-infused Butter


Paired With: Omer Blonde Ale Brouwerig Bockor N.V.


Fifth Course


A Napoleon of Hazelnut Wafers and Chocolate Mousse with Caramel


Paired With: La Trappe Isid ‘Or 125th Anniversary


All of this, plus a special “intro beer” for $65 or 2 for $120

Get your tickets on the Fort George Online Store, or by calling the pub at 503.325.7468


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