RBSG Dinner Menu

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joet
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beers 2900 º places 125 º 16:08 Wed 7/1/2009

THE BEER CHEF
Presents
Dinner with the Brewmaster

Friday July 10, 2009

AT The Cathedral Hill Hotel

Hosted by

RateBeer
Reception

6:30 PM

Beer Chef’s Hors D’Oeuvre Selection
Schooner’s Triple Dry Hopped IPA and Valley Brew Dark Mild
Dinner

7:30PM
First Course

Farm Raised Sturgeon, Wild Mushroom Ragout, Lobster Butter Sauce
Russian River Consecration
Second Course

Burrata Cheese, Stone Fruit Compote, Peppercress
Valley Brew Decadence Grand Cru
Third Course

Garlic Brined Boneless Pork Chop, Potato Tower, Espresso Port Wine Reduction
Stone Sublimely Self Righteous Ale
Fourth Course

Warm Butterscotch Bread Pudding, Vanilla Bean Ice Cream, Ginger Caramel Sauce
Schooner’s Old Woody 2007


Bruce D. Paton CEC

Executive Chef

 
gunhaver
beers 1030 º places 13 º 16:11 Wed 7/1/2009

ludicrous

 
SoLan
beers 1550 º places 12 º 16:37 Wed 7/1/2009

Damn fine beer list.

 
wavers1
beers 916 º places 42 º 16:42 Wed 7/1/2009

weow, this is easily worth twice the cost at any other typical restaurant.

 
jhenry04
16:48 Wed 7/1/2009

Valley Decadence and Schooner’s Old Woody FTW. Let’s do this.

 
aspidites
beers 1271 º places 1 º 17:09 Wed 7/1/2009

The Schooners Triple Dry Hopped IPA, Valley Brew dark Mild LAGER and the Valley Decadence Grand Cru 2009 were all brewed specifically for RBSG.

The Old Woody 2007 is a Bistro BA fest gold medal winner and it is the only keg left in existence.

This menu was supposed to be left secret until the dinner but everyone was such a PITA about it that it has been published. IF this were the wine industry people would have wanted to be surprised, which I for one much prefer.

Joe and Jen Tucker need to be at this event for very obvious reasons, who here is willing to help out with tickets for them?


 
DaSilky1
beers 2607 º places 66 º 17:28 Wed 7/1/2009

Originally posted by aspidites
The Schooners Triple Dry Hopped IPA, Valley Brew dark Mild LAGER and the Valley Decadence Grand Cru 2009 were all brewed specifically for RBSG.

The Old Woody 2007 is a Bistro BA fest gold medal winner and it is the only keg left in existence.

This menu was supposed to be left secret until the dinner but everyone was such a PITA about it that it has been published. IF this were the wine industry people would have wanted to be surprised, which I for one much prefer.

Joe and Jen Tucker need to be at this event for very obvious reasons, who here is willing to help out with tickets for them?





I’ll put $50 towards JEN’S ticket but nothing towards joe’s. Tell how to pay.

 
DaSilky1
beers 2607 º places 66 º 17:29 Wed 7/1/2009

btw, I agree it would have been better as a surprise. Some of you are pathetic poor ass losers.

 
aspidites
beers 1271 º places 1 º 17:37 Wed 7/1/2009

Originally posted by DaSilky1
Originally posted by aspidites
The Schooners Triple Dry Hopped IPA, Valley Brew dark Mild LAGER and the Valley Decadence Grand Cru 2009 were all brewed specifically for RBSG.

The Old Woody 2007 is a Bistro BA fest gold medal winner and it is the only keg left in existence.

This menu was supposed to be left secret until the dinner but everyone was such a PITA about it that it has been published. IF this were the wine industry people would have wanted to be surprised, which I for one much prefer.

Joe and Jen Tucker need to be at this event for very obvious reasons, who here is willing to help out with tickets for them?





I’ll put $50 towards JEN’S ticket but nothing towards joe’s. Tell how to pay.


Paypal it to [email protected], and thanks for stepping up Todd.

 
DaSilky1
beers 2607 º places 66 º 17:53 Wed 7/1/2009

Originally posted by aspidites


Paypal it to [email protected], and thanks for stepping up Todd.


Done.

 
kp
beers 10878 º places 12 º 18:05 Wed 7/1/2009

Originally posted by aspidites
IF this were the wine industry people would have wanted to be surprised

I bet this lineup would surprise wine people attending a dinner.