Meddlesome Moth’s Brooklyn Brewery Beer Dinner
Monday, September 17, 2012 - 6 p.m.
Meddlesome Moth1621 Oak Lawn Ave.
Dallas, TX, USA 75207
Meddlesome Moth, located at 1621 Oak Lawn Ave., will host a special beer dinner featuring Brooklyn Brewery out of Brooklyn, N.Y., on Monday, Sept. 17 at 6 p.m., with special guest Steve Hindy, co-founder and owner of the brewery.
Hindy, a former writer for The Associated Press and the author of the book “Beer School: Bottling Success at The Brooklyn Brewery,” will guide the night’s beer experience, beginning with a pre-dinner glass of Brewmaster’s Reserve Fiat Lux Witbier.
The evening will continue with a five-course dinner paired with a lineup of some of Brooklyn’s very special brews. The first course of the evening will be Togarashi scallop, buttered rice grits, saison-pickled cauliflower salad and ham cracklings, paired with the farmhouse ale Sorachi Ace. A second course of sweet late summer corn pancake topped with cedar-planked salmon and fresh fennel tartar sauce will be accompanied by Brooklyn’s Local 1, a Belgian-style strong golden ale. Diners will then enjoy crispy duck wing confit with malt syrup, pink pepper corn and cider vinegar glaze, served with Blast Imperial IPA, followed an exciting fourth course of 18-hour roasted pork shoulder with pickled hop shoots and Inner Beauty served with 2010 Black Chocolate Stout. The dessert course will be Reblochon cheesecake topped with barley wine and cherry brittle along with 2007 Brooklyn Monster English, a vintage barley wine. One final Brooklyn specialty brew will be available at the bar after dinner – 2011 Black Ops, a barrel-aged Russian imperial stout.
Tickets for the event are $75 for the general public and $65 for Delirium Guild members. Ticket price includes tax and gratuity, and guests can purchase tickets at the Moth or by calling 214-628-7900. Reservations are strongly recommended, as this event is likely to sell out.
Founded in spring 2010 by Dallas restaurateur Shannon Wynne and his partners Keith Schlabs and Larry Richardson, Meddlesome Moth, Dallas’ first true gastro-pub, features a diverse menu of share plates, as well as a variety of mussels, meat pies, fish and chips and many other unique and delicious options. The Moth also offers 40 craft beers on tap, several live ales and more than 80 bottled varieties, in addition to exceptional wines and classic signature cocktails.
Meddlesome Moth is open for lunch and dinner seven days a week, with brunch being served on Sundays. For more information about Meddlesome Moth and to make reservations for this beer dinner, please call 214-628-7900.
$75; $65 DG membershttp://www.mothinthe.net/