Belgian Brewer’s Dinner Wed. Dec. 9th

Our Belgian Brewer’s Dinner will be on Wed. Dec. 9th. Below you can view the menu. All brewer’s dinners will be held on the second Wednesday of every month and start at 6:00 P.M. $55.00 will buy you five courses of food with beer to match each course; this price includes gratuity. A $5.00 per person discount will apply for anyone who purchases two or more tickets and reservations are required. There is only a few spots left so call 503-325-PINT for reservations and more info.

Belgian Ale Dinner

Wednesday, December 9th 2009

Intro

A Trio of Cured Salmon: Cold Smoked, Lox, and Pickled Served with Toast Points and Salmon Roe

Upright Brewing Co. – Five

Salad

Pan Seared Rock Fish Cheeks Served with Wilted Spinach, Dried Apricots, Chevre and a Sherry Vinaigrette

Abbaye Notre Dame De Scourmont – Chimay PremiËre

Soup

Mussels Steamed with Smoked Sardines, Fennel and Ouzo

Brouwerij Huyghe – Delirium Tremens

MAIN COURSE

Whole Dungeness Crab and Lemon Ginger Infused Butter

Unibroue – La Fin Du Monde

DESSERT

Bada Bing Cherry Belgian Stout Chocolate Mousse with a Tuille Cookie

Fort George Brewery – Bada Bing Cherry Belgian Stout

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