Belgian Ales and Seafood Dinner

 

Wednesday, December 15th 2010
At the Fort George Brewery + Public House
 
Intro
A Trio Of House Cured Salmon; Traditional Norwegian Gravlax, Juniper Berry and Tanqueray Lox, Fennel and Ouzo Lox Served on Crumpets with Sour Cream.
Fort George Brewery – Quick Wit
Salad
Risotto Cakes with Bornstein Smoked Scallops Served on a Bed of Butter Leaf Lettuce and a Bacon Sherry Vinaigrette.
La Brasserie Unibroue – Éphémère (Apple)
Soup
Shrimp Bisque with a Blue Scorcher Crostini, Rouille, and Warm Chèvre.
The Bruery – Saison Rue
MAIN COURSE
Whole Dungeness Crab and a Malheur Beurre Blanc.
Malheur Bière Brut – Brouwerij De Landtsheer NV
DESSERT
Ladies in Nightgowns – Granny Smith Apples Baked in Pastry Dough Topped with Crème Agnlaise. 
Dogfish Head Craft Brewery – Raison D’etre

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