Man is the Brew Works busy lately. First off, they’re brewing Devil’s Hearth again, a 6.4% Belgian golden ale. After expanding their capacity by 50% they’re now adding two brews to their bottled lineup: Knuckleball, a blond ale that’s served at the Iron Pigs games, and Hop Explosion, a fantastic IPA. You can check out the labels below.
They’re also having a pretty interesting beer dinner next Tuesday, where for $63 (includes, tax, gratuity, tip) you get five courses paired with two beers for each course: one Brew Works beer and the other a beer from a different state. The guest beer list looks great. Check out the full menu below. Tickets can be purchased here.
Smoked heirloom tomato & frisée salad, drizzled with a basil infused olive oil.
Fegley’s Brew Works Beer: Steelgaarden Wit
Guest Beer: Flying Dog in Heat Wheat
Braised plum & goat cheese squash blossoms – tempura battered, and finished with a Port wine reduction.
Fegley’s Brew Works Beer: Blueberry Belch
Guest Beer: Ommegang Rare Vos
Brew Works Cioppino with fennel and garlic crostini
Fegley’s Brew Works Beer: Zomerbier
Guest beer: Anchor Steam
Koehler farms (brewers-grain-fed) grilled hanger steak. Braised fennel and wild mushrooms, whipped potato with herb butter
Fegley’s Brew Works Beer: Always Sunny Pale Ale
Guest Beer: Stoudts Double IPA
Bourbon cured peach served with homemade vanilla ice cream
Fegley’s Brew Works Beer: Bourbon Barrel Aged Insidious Imperial Stout
Guest Beer: Left Hand Milk Stout