Beer Vs Wine. Preference or Pairing?

| July 11, 2016 | 0 Comments
Blackwall Hitch

Blackwall Hitch Anp Exterior SignFood and drink: are you a beer lover or wine connoisseur? Beer vs. Wine with your meal… is it preference or pairing? Sure, much of it derives from preference but if your food is paired perfectly with a complementing taste would you step outside your comfort zone for something new? 

Blackwall’s award-winning Chef Zachary Pope has created a 4-course menu for a “Beer vs. Wine” dinner (menu below) Tuesday, July 19 at 7 pm. They have enlisted the pairing skills of  local sources to match each course with a beer and a wine. Guests will enjoy each course with a sampling of the wine and beer and then make the determination- which flavor pairing mates best?

Join friends and neighbors for an evening of taste exploration and conversation at Blackwall Hitch (400 Sixth Street, Annapolis), Tuesday, July 19, 7 pm. $75 per person, $140 per couple. Reservations required 410.263.3454. 

Beer vs. Wine

July 19, 2016, 7 PM

Blackwall Hitch – Chef Zachary Pope

First Course:

Curried Crab Cake and Grilled Pineapple “Sandwich”

served with Mango Ketchup and Julienne Fries

Beer: Goose Island Sofie

Wine: Sileni, Sauvignon Blanc, Marlborough

Second Course: 

Duck Cassoulet –a White Bean Stew of Roasted Duck

and Garlic Sausage served with Crusty Bread

Beer: Goose Island IPA

Wine: Ritual, Pinot Noir, Casa Blanca 

Third Course:

Slow Cooked Bison Sort Ribs with Grilled Vegetables

and a Red Wine Shallot Demi Glace

Beer: Goose Island Honkers Ale

Wine: Bonny Doon, “Clos de Gilroy”, GSM, Central Coast

Fourth Course:

Peach Bread Pudding with a Strawberry Sauce

Beer: Goose Island Halla

Wine: Michele Chiarlo, “Nivole”, Moscato D Asti

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