King of Prussia’s Sullivan’s Steakhouse preps to entertain the craft beer community with its first beer dinner that’ll throw California’s Stone Brewing Company’s big-flavored releases into the dinnertime spotlight.
The premiere beer-infused feast will unfold Fri., March 28, at 6 p.m., with executive chef Eric Gantz unveiling a progressive five-course tasting specifically for local beer lovers.
The chef worked with closely with fellow beer fanatic and colleague, Sullivan’s general manager Tim O’Brien, in preparation for the character-packed tasting, together hand-picking pairings for one unforgettable night.
From the event’s introductory small bites of cured salmon with orange creme fraiche paired with Stone’s Pale Ale; to light and bright Dungeness crab and avocado salad coupled with Go To IPA, we’re certain beer buffs are in for an innovative tasting, one completely unique compared to other area-wide beer dinners.
Other notable pairings of the Stone Beer Dinner include:
â— Braised veal cheeks with parsnip puree and sherry jus, paired with Stone Sublimely Self-Righteous Ale
â— Duck two ways (pan-seared and a confit cassoulet), paired with Arrogant Bastard Ale/Oaked Arrogant Bastard Ale
â— Chocolate pecan tart and coffee ice cream, with Barleywine
Cost is $85 per person, all-inclusive. Tickets are available by calling (610) 878–9025. Visit sullivanssteakhouse.com.
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