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Sullivan’s Steakhouse to Debut First Beer Dinner with Stone Brewing Co.


Photo by Nina Lea Photography.

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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