Brew Works Hosting Jameson & Beer Dinner

by theelvee_w2oe3m

The Brew Works is holding a St Patty’s Day (March 17th) dinner on March 31st with some great beers and naturally some great whiskey.  There’s a lot of brews in here that (to our knowledge) Brew Works hasn’t done yet so it gives a good sneak peak as to what they’ll be brewing in the future as well.  The dinner is four courses and includes a whiskey and beer pairing for each course.  The dinner is $50 per person plus tax and gratuity and starts at 7pm.

First Course:
Mixed greens topped with goat cheese, smoked almonds, and a whiskey-poached pear finished in sherry vinaigrette
Whiskey: Jameson
Beer: Nutso Brown Ale

Second Course:
Olive oil-poached salmon on a bed of red lentils, fondue of leeks, and a citrus buerre blanc
Whiskey: Jameson 12
Beer: RyePA

Third Course:
Cold-smoked pork tenderloin over a parsnip puree, mushroom ragout, and whiskey BBQ sauce
Whiskey: Jameson Gold
Beer: Gold Rush Steam

Dark Chocolate tartlet served with a scoop of Irish cream ice cream
Whiskey: Jameson 18
Beer: Bourbon Barrel Insidious

To reserve your spot for this dinner head over to the event page.

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urban_LV February 18, 2012 - 2:20 am

I stumbled upon this magazine clipping and wasn’t sure what to make of it. New restaurant? Misprint?

Sorry, I know this is off topic for the post, but this is usually the best place for local restaurant rumors.

The El Vee February 20, 2012 - 11:52 am

Interesting…I know the Pacifico chef has another restaurant up north with the same name…maybe he’s changing over themes. Thanks for the tip, I’ll look into it.

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