Beer West Joins Brave Horse Tavern for a Beer Dinner June 21

June 16th, 2011 · 3 Comments · Beer & Food

When Tom Douglas opened the Brave Horse Tavern in April, one of Seattle’s best-known restauranteurs helped to put an even bigger spotlight on the combination of beer and good food in Seattle. Next week, Brave Horse will host their first beer dinner at the new space, with Beer West Magazine joining them for the event. Tom Douglas’ sous chef and “beer czar” Warren Peterson has worked with Brave Horse chef Brian Walcyzk to put together a special menu paired with some great beers. Below is the full menu for the dinner, as well as contact information for making a reservation.

Beer West and Brave Horse Tavern
Beer Dinner

Tuesday June 21
Brave Horse Tavern
$50 plus tax and gratuity

First course
Hearth Baked, Hand Made Pretzels
Apricot Mustard paired with Seven Seas British Pale Ale
Melty Teleme Cheese with Ft. George Vortex IPA
Savory Caramel Apple Sauce with Oskar Blues Old Chub Scotch Ale

Second course
Pickle Brined Alaskan Halibut,
Potato Aioli, Sea Salt and Vinegar Garlic Chips
Pike Brewery’s Monk Uncle Trippel

Third course
Wood Roasted Oregon Pork Rack,
Malt Glazed Ribs, Grilled Peach, Pickled Mustard
Elliot Bay Brewery B-Town Brown

Fourth course
Sour Apple Dumpling,
Date Butter, Gorgonzola Dolce
New Belgium Brewing La Folie Sour Brown Ale

For tickets or 206.971.0717


3 Comments so far ↓

  • Mark

    WTF?!! Love me some Tom, but it’s pretty clear that the folks at Brave Horse don’t know dick about beer. Beer Czar my ass. But I guess one decent beer outta three ain’t bad (la folie). Listen, Tom. Love your food, but you don’t do beer — and it’s clear. Dont be a poser.

  • Kaiser

    Mark – If you truly think La Folie is just a “decent” beer and you are a fan of sours (as I’m sure you are), then you’re the poser.

    And, if you think Vortex sucks, then I’m not really sure what to say either.

  • Tyler

    My guess is that “Mark’s” never had the pleasure of tasting Fort George’s Vortex IPA……

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