Upcoming Beer Dinners at The Sixgill and Schooner Exact Brewing

January 6th, 2014 · No Comments · Beer & Food, Washington Breweries

There are two beer dinners coming up that you just might want to get in on before it is too late.

First up is a dinner at The Sixgill in Fremont on Sunday, January 12 at 6pm featuring beers and ciders from Two Beers Brewing/Seattle Cider Company and New Belgium Brewing. This dinner will be the debut of a collaboration beer from the two breweries called Grafft India Pale Lager. I attended a beer dinner at The Sixgill last year and was quite impressed with the food, and I’d expect this one to follow suit. Tickets are $60 per person including tax (not sure about tip). Give them a call at 206-466-2846 to reserve your spot.

House prepared lox on crustini with crisp green apple & lemon mascarpone
Two Beers Single Hop Citra IPA

Glazed Hubbard squash with applewood smoked bacon, hazelnuts, & golden raisins
Seattle Cider Co. New England Cider

Clams in angel hair pasta with apple sage butter sauce
New Belgium Lips of Faith Wild Double Belgian Ale

Roasted quail with apples, tart cherries & wild rice on wilted greens
Two Beers / New Belgium Collaboration Grafft India Pale Lager

Miniature tart apples covered with cranberry caramel rolled in walnuts and spices
New Belgium Apple Sour

The second dinner is at Schooner EXACT Brewing on Thursday, January 23 at 6pm in honor of their 7th Anniversary. Chef Warran Peterson and company are sure to serve up some spectacular dishes, as they always do. If you still haven’t discovered how great the food is at this SODO brewery, you really shouldn’t miss this. Tickets are $65 per person. Give them a call at 206-432-9734 to reserve your spot.

Crab & Ricotta Cannelloni
jalapeno, celery, apple
Paired with Gateway Golden Ale

Winter Bread Salad
sourdough, truffle cheese, broccoli, escarole, sherry vinaigrette
Paired with King Street Brown

Flat Iron Steak
parsnip puree, roasted carrot, pine nut-gremolata butter
Paired with Imperial Porter

Butternut Squash Custard Tart
maple, pecan, caramel
Paired with Evergreen India Pale Ale

Theo’s Chocolates
Paired with Hoppy the Woodsman


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