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Tuesday, July 08, 2008

Summer Beer Dinner at Iron Hill, West Chester

or entitle this..."Where I'd be on 7/19 if I were not Down The Shore." Looks like a great one.
Saturday, July 19th at 7:00 pm $50 plus tax and gratuity Almost 1/2 of the 30 seats still remain; act now! e-mail: chrisl@ironhillbrewery.com for reservations. First Course- Ceviche Playero Rock crab, scallops, honey, manila mango, papaya, pineapple, jicama, pasilla chiles, grapefruit, lime and plantain tostadas Paired with The Cannibal Strong Belgian Golden Ale. Light bodied but complex and high in alcohol with notes of tropical fruit and spice from the unique yeast strain used in this brew. 2005 GABF gold medal, 2006 World Beer Cup silver medal Second Course- Roasted Pork Tamale…. Dan’s way Sweet corn, cilantro and cheesy grits Paired with German Pilsner Dry crisp German lager loaded with continental hops Third Course- Pescado con Hongos Crema (fish dish) Serrano marinated woodland mushroom-poblano cream, rustic smashed potatoes and grilled green beans Paired with Saison Belgian Farmhouse Ale, dry and spicy with earthy undertones Fourth Course- Pato en Clemole Castellano Grilled-roasted, red chilled rubbed duck breast, mole of ancho and pasilla chiles, pecan and hazelnuts with black beans, braised greens and crispy onions Paired with Black and Tan (Ironbound and Porter) Roasted and chocolate notes marry with the bright character of American hops Dessert- Chocolate Chipotle Cake with cajeta sauce Paired with Baltic Porter Dark sweet lager with chocolate and mild roasted notes followed by a warming alcohol character

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