A great Beer Dinner is coming up at Granville Moores, but it will sell out quickly, so be sure to make your reservations soon.
Chef Collaboration Beer Dinner
The Saint Louis Brewery, makers of the great Schlafly Beers, Executive Chef of the Schlafly Tap Room Andy White will be working in unison with DC Beer-Loving Chef (and DC Beer Week Co-Founder) Teddy Folkman.
Tuesday, November 9, 2010 – 6:30pm
Schlafly Brewing Company Executive Chef Andy White teams up with Chef Teddy Folkman for a Four Course, Six Plate dinner. $70/Person
Happy Half Hour featuring Schlafy Kolsch APA
An American Pale Ale with a hearty dose of hop bitterness, flavor and aroma. We add hops directly into the finished beer to boost the fresh, fruity flavor and aroma of American hops.
Cured Sturgeon, Early Citrus, Celery Root, Micro Celery
Fried Buffalo Style Pacu Ribs with Feta Dipping Sauce
Biere de Garde
A bottle-conditioned, French farmhouse-style ale. The name refers to the beer's ability to improve with age and if you choose to age this ale, the tart fruitiness from the yeast and the sweet maltiness from the grains will meld together nicely for several years at cellar temperatures. (Available in bottles only)
Charcutterie including Foie Gras Tourchon, Pork Rillette, Aged Blue Cheese, Quick Pickled Veg, Spiced Dates, Warmed Cranberries, Toast Points
A full-bodied amber ale to spice up the holidays. ‘Tis the season to enjoy this rich and flavorful ale made with orange peel, cloves and spicy hops. Also available in bottles.
Crisp Ozark Forest Chanterelles, Oxtail Barley, Mustard Green Emulsion
Smoked Beef Short Ribs, Parsnip Puree, Sauteed Kale, Christmas Ale BBQ
This collaboration with Kaldi's Coffee uses the cold toddy method of extraction for the coffee. We mix it with Oatmeal Stout for an exceptionally delicious beer.
Missouri Black Walnut Short Bread, Blue Cheese Sabayon, Belgian Chocolate Stout Pudding
Call Granville Moore's to make your reservation (202) 399-2546
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