Tickets to the four-course, expertly-paired beer dinner are still available. Dinner begins at 7:00 PM.
Hutch Bar + Eatery in the Gayton Crossing Shopping Center is partnering with Ommegang Brewery in Cooperstown, New York–one of the country’s most awarded breweries–for a special beer dinner this evening. A few tickets still remain if you’re the type that likes to fly by the seat of your pants.
The four-course dinner will be expertly paired with a variety of craft beers:
Grains of Truth Harvest – 5.8% ABV
Paired with Maple cured pork rillon, apple compote, dried pear salad
Gnomegang Belgian Blonde – 9.5% ABV
Pours golden with good clarity and an almost soapy light white head. A nose of yummy clove phenols and bubbly gum fruity esters. Just upon smelling this beer it gives you a mouthwatering beautiful Belgian yeast character.
Paired with Curried shrimp egg roll – red curry, shrimp, coconut, jicama, green papaya, peanut
Rare Vos Belgian Amber – 6.5% ABV
Rare Vos has earned its spot as one of the most food friendly of all of Ommegang Brewery’s ales. Its aromatics of citrus and caramel has a pleasant booziness to it with mild acidity and hops.
Paired with Salad of frise, walnut, gorgonzola, fig, truffled amber vinaigrette
Soothsayer Strong Dark Ale – 8.9% ABV
A roasty, fruity, and yeasty Belgian style aroma with a scent of chocolate, coffee, and dark fruit. Belgian yeast with a scent of clove, pepper, and funk. And it tastes like it smells, The dark fruit comes out with deep warmth and subtle earthy hop bitterness.
Smoked brisket, parsnip puree, braised greens, crispy shallots, soothsayer BBQ glaze
Rosetta Kriek – 5.6% ABV
Ommegang Rosetta pays homage to time-honored Belgian methods of aging and blending fruit beers. Ommegang brewmaster Phil Leinhart partnered with Belgian sister brewert, Liefmans-legendary brewers in the world of sour fruit beers- to create a truly unique blend for Ommegang and U.S. craft beer lovers. Pouring mahogany-brown with a hint of red, Rosetta offers elegance, depth, complexity, and an intriguing interplay of tartness and sweetness. This is derived from Phil’s perfectly balanced blend of Oud Bruin (a tart Flemish brown ale) with Cuvee Brut (a fruity and lively Kriek beer).
Paired with Sweet fry bread, warm brie, cherry, candied fennel
The Ommegang Brewery beer dinner begins at 7:00 PM Thursday, February 18th and is $50 per person. Tax and gratuity are not included in the price.