PDX Dinner with Breakside Brewery

PDX Dinner with Breakside Brewery

Tuesday, March 20 at 6:00 PM
$50.00
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Five food truck-themed courses paired with six beers from Breakside Brewery

For questions about this event or other events with Tom Douglas Restaurants, please contact Todd Rotkis at toddr@tomdouglas.com or call Brave Horse Tavern at 206-971-0717

We are taking you on a 'road trip' down to Portland for this fun beer dinner with brews from Breakside Brewery. In keeping with the Portlandish theme of 'Keeping it Weird', we have created a five course food truck-themed menu to pair with the eclectic and unusual beers that this rad brewery is making. Chef Bradley has come up with a menu that is as varied and colorful as the food truck scene he is emulating and with each course you'll get to try one of Breakside's unique brews. This event is not to be missed!

See below for a menu sampling and descriptions of the beers we have in store for you!

Welcome!
Breakside Pilsner - grass, herbal, spicy, bready, crisp 5.2%  35 IBU

Course One            
Spiral fried pickle paired with:
Salty Dog  - Gose w/ Grapefruit & Lime - Tom likes drinking Salty Dogs and wanted to make a beer that tastes like one. Huge grapefruit on the nose and mid palate, moderate acid, and tremendous drinkability. It's like a Radler, but boozier, and better.5% ABV | 10 IBU

Course Two            
Aji smoked chicken taquitos paired with:
Wombat vs Wallaby  - Southern Hemisphere IPA – A new IPA featuring Nelson, Waimea, Rakau, Mosaic, and Citra hops; This beer showcases some of our favorite varietals from the Southern Hemisphere. Named one of the 10 best IPAs in America by DRAFT Magazine!7.2% ABV | 80 IBU

Course Three            
Root fries paired with:
Tea Time Pale - One of our favorite pub recipes from the past few years returns for a wide release! This English Golden Ale is brewed with lemon peel and conditioned on Earl Grey leaves from our friends at Townshend's Tea. The light bitterness and refined use of tea & citrus balance beautifully against the rich malts in this beer. Inspired by a trip to London, this beer combines some of our favorite flavors of the British Isles with the aspects of classic British beers that we love: sessionability, elegant maltiness, and balance.5.2% ABV | 22 IBU

Course Four            
Bulgogi tacos paired with:
Come Again  - Hoppy Red Lager - A collaboration beer brewed with our friends at Melvin Brewing in Idaho. Well, actually Melvin is in Wyoming (barely), but no one cares about Wyoming. When we traveled to Idaho to brew with them, everyone figured we'd make an IPA together, but instead we decided to make a Vienna Ale. Brewed on the Melvin system, that beer became a hit called 'Wait, What?' Now, we've revived the recipe here at Slabtown and made our version of it called 'Come Again?' This time it is a red lager brewed with a grip of popular European aroma hops like Styrian Wolf, Grungeist, Huell Melon, and a new experimental dry hop called Hallertau Mittelfruh 6.1% ABV | 55 IBU 

Course Five            
Fermented butternut tart paired with:
Mex Coffee Stout 50L - Stout w/ Coffee & Spices - Luscious dessert stout inspired by Mexican "cafe de olla," this beer is made with toasted fennel, cinnamon, and espresso from Stumptown Roasters. note: THIS BEER CONTAINS LACTOSE! 7.2% ABV | 22 IBU