03 October 2011

The Evolution/Olivers Beer Dinner Menu

The Pratt Street Ale House has released its dinner menu for the joint Evolution/Olivers beer dinner on 11th October.   
Tickets - $30 - Please contact Shannon@prattstreetalehouse.com for all ticket purchase info, or call 410-244-8900 to reserve your place.

Crab and Sweet Corn Fritters
Lump crab and organic sweet corn fritters with a dusting of ancho chile
Paired With
Olivers Dark Horse (4%abv)
A traditional English dark mild, light in body and hops and low in alcohol. A real session beer for any season

Fall Salad
Mixed greens tossed with a caramelized apple vinaigrette, topped with candied pecans, pickled onions and dried cranberries
Paired With
Olivers Harvest Ale (5.8%abv)
Brewed with a little clover honey and Gently bittered with English Fuggles and Kent Goldings and finished with generous amounts of American Cascade and Amarillo

Roasted Pork Belly with Cheddar Stone Ground Grit Cake
Fried stone ground grit cake topped with a spicy roasted pork belly ragout
Paired With
Evolution Lot 6 Double IPA (9.3%abv)
Deep gold in color, massive additions of American varietals of hops generate assertive bitterness and big hop flavor and aroma

Bourbon Braised Shortribs
Slow cooked beef shortrib topped with a smokey Makers Mark Demi Glace, served with sweet potato mash and mustard greens
Paired With
Evolution Menagerie 3 Redux (9.4%abv)
A big, rich scotch ale, 2/3 of which has been aged in bourbon barrels for six months

Cheese Course
Maytag Blue Cheese with roasted fig compote and toffee dusted walnuts
Paired With
Olivers “My Minkeys Got Wood” (10%abv)
French oak aged barley wine

Beer Float
Evolution “Morning Wood” (9%abv)
Oak aged coffee oatmeal stout served with a scoop of house made hazelnut chip ice cream
NOTE:  The price has, indeed, been reduced from $45 to $30.  PSAH's Justin Dvorkin said, "I decided to
make the event as affordable as possible due to the large amount of events going on during the week."  I'm sure I'm not the only one thanking him--heck, some folks drop that much just on a beer session at other pubs!


JohnM. said...

Maybe it's just me, but this really sound like one hell of a deal for $30. Food and beer both sound as if they will be excellent.

JohnM. said...

"--heck, some folks drop that much just on a beer session at other pubs!"

Are you kidding? I think Rustico and Churchkey charge you that much just for walking in the door.