The question, says Jenson Cummings, the sous chef at TAG, 1441 Larimer Street, is whether wine or beer pairs better with exec chef Troy Guard's food. You can be one of fifty people to make that decision tonight, when Guard hosts a $75 per person beer vs. wine dinner at 6:30 p.m. in the downstairs dining room at TAG.
The four-course dinner will be paired with beers from Avery Brewing and Bull & Bush, along with wines chosen by master sommelier Doug Krenik, all in the "highly competitive spirit of choosing which libation goes better with Troy's food," Cummings says. The ultimate goal, he explains, is for "people who like wine to understand beer a bit better and people who like beer to appreciate wine a bit more." Diners will "vote" with bottle caps or corks to determine which liquid ultimately emerges victorious. To cast your cap or cork, make a reservation by calling 303-996-9985.
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