The five-course dinner starts at 6:30 p.m. and costs $30 per person (which includes beer), but there are only a few seats left, so call 303-595-4255 to grab one. In the meantime, here's the menu:
Smoked and roasted nuts, house-made cheezits, bagel chips, pretzel bits and stuff paired with Summer's Day IPA
Rye and cured salmon tea sandwiches with shallot, cucumber, crème fraîche and dill paired with Collaboration Not Litigation Belgian Strong Ale
Applewood smoked & braised pork belly, tangerine three ways, beurre blanc and basil paired with DuganA Double IPA
Tongue bath (cleanse): watermelon and lime soda
Pan-roasted striped bass, bone marrow, bordelaise, braised cipollini, potato and mustard paired with Reverend Belgian Quadrupel
Phyllo-wrapped carrot cake, fig ice cream and sherry caramel paired with The Beast Grand Cru
If you miss out on tonight's feast, be sure to reserve a spot at one (or all) of the remaining dinners: Prost Brewery, September 20; Deschutes Brewery, September 27 and Great Divide Brewing Co. on October 4. The GABF runs October 11 through October 14.
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