Firestone Walker Dinner @ Brouwer's

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05/17 from 06:00 PM-11:00 PM

at Brouwer's Cafe

A closed door beer dinner with the beers of Firestone Walker.
We will have 8 courses / 12 beers prepared by the renowned "Homebrew Chef" Sean Paxton and our own culinary madman Eric Draper.


Seattle Beer Week & Brouwer's Cafe Present:
An Evening with The Homebrew Chef
Monday, May 17th, 2010

First Course
Bacon & Eggs
Smoked lamb belly braised in Walker Reserve topped with Pale 31 cured salmon eggs
Parsnip & root vegetable hash browns
Pale 31

Second Course
Smoke'm If You Got 'Em
Union barrel smoked sea scallops, Double Barrel Ale demi-glace, celery root purée
Double Barrel Ale

Third Course
Island Ceviché
Rock fish, red onion, papaya, yellow bell pepper & toasted hemp seeds, marinated in Union Jack
Finished with a dried plantain chip, Union Jack beer foam & Jamaican spiced rim
Nectar Hemp Ale

Fourth Course
Adam & Eve
House-made python pork sausage
Roasted Washington apple Yukon gold mash potato
Fig, pear & Gran Cru reduction
Union Jack

Fifth Course
Duck, Duck, SHEEP
Pastrami spiced lamb cheeks slow cooked in Hemp Ale
Rye caraway bread pudding infused with duck eggs & stuffed with gruyère cheese,
Two thousand island sauce made with duck tongues
Red Nectar

Sixth Course
Distorted Shepherds' Pie
A Velvet Merkin root vegetable stew served under a marinated & grilled buffalo hanger steak
Puff pastry triangle injected with Peruvian purple potatoes Duchess
Velvet Merkin, Walkers Reserve

Seventh Course
European Hippie
Cypress Groves’ “Humboldt Fog”&” Midnight Moon”
“Purple Haze” stuffed dried figs wrapped in pancetta
Duck chicharrónes tossed in a Belgian 5 Spice
Hazelnut stuffed dates
Solace, Nectar IPA

Eighth Course
Mail Order Chocolate Cosmonaut
Parabola roca with hazelnuts and Theo fair trade dark chocolate, cracked over a Velvet Merkin mousse tart
Served with Abacus ice cream
Abacus ,Parabola 2009, Parabola 2010

Cost is $100

For reservations email IanR@Brouwer'

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