Oyster and Stout Brewer’s Dinner Feb. 10th

Our Oyster and Stout Brewer’s Dinner will be on Wed. Feb. 10th. It is already sold out but you can call to get on a waiting list. 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. So please call 503-325-PINT for reservations and more info.

Oysters and Stouts Pairing Dinner

Wednesday, February 10th 2010


A Trio of Oysters on the half shell
Sholie, Goose Point and Kumamotto Oysters served with a Malt Vinegar Mingionett

Fort George Brewery – The Murky Pearl

Cream of Asparagus and Oyster Bisque

North Coast Brewery – Old Rasputin

Tempura battered Willpa Bay Extra Small Oysters On a Bed of Micro Greens With a Chervil Vinaigrette

Oskar Blues Brewery: Ten Fidy


Oysters Rockefeller
Goose point Oysters On The Half Shell Baked With Spinach, Bacon, Onions and a Little Pernod

Deschutes Brewery – The Abyss


Coffee Girl Stout molten cake
A Dark Chocolate Cake Made With Coffee Girl Stout With a Warm Ganache Filling

Fort George Brewery – Coffee Girl Stout

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