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Local Gastropub Downtown hosting Memphis Made beer dinner on Tuesday

July 07, 2014 By: mike Category: Breweries, Craft beer, Events

Memphis Made beer dinner

Local Gastropub in Downtown is hosting a beer dinner featuring Memphis Made Brewing Co. on Tuesday, July 8, at 7 p.m.

Here’s more from Memphis Made:

It’s a four-course meal prepared by Chef Russell and paired with some Memphis Made favorites and new arrivals. Tickets are only $35 and can be purchased by calling Kari at 581-0541 or through email at kari@localcaters.com.

The first course is Lucid Kolsch paired with Arugula salad, goat cheese crumbles, toasted pine nuts, slivered onion, roasted tomato and garlic vinaigrette.

Next will be Bearcat IPA with blackened redfish, curried parsnip mash and mustard sabayon, followed by Junt with ancho chili rubbed and smoked pork tenderloin, herbed spaetzel and plum peanut chutney.

Finally, we’ll have Soulful Ginger served with pumpkin panna cotta, almond anglaise and rum-soaked raisins.”

Memphis Beer Week: Local to host Oskar Blues Beer Dinner on Wednesday

April 21, 2014 By: mike Category: Breweries, Events, Memphis

Oskar BluesLocal Gastropub is hosting a beer dinner on Wednesday night featuring Colorado’s Oskar Blues Brewery.

The dinner is part of Memphis Beer Week and will be held at Local’s Downtown location, 95 S. Main, starting at 7 p.m.

Here’s the menu:

1st Course
Garlic Skillet with Spicy Tomato Vera Cruz
~Paired with Dale’s Pale Ale~

2nd Course
Crispy Quail Salad with Apples, Pecans, Blue Cheese and Molasses Ale Vinaigrette
~Paired with Deviant Dale’s~

3rd Course
Grilled Hanger Steak with Port Barley Wine Reduction and Pancetta Potatoes
~Paired with Old Chub Scotch Ale~

4th Course
Malt Ice Cream and Tenfidy Imperial Stout Float with Orange Sliced Cookies

The dinner is $39.99 per person. For reservations, call Kari at 901-581-0541 or email kari@localcaters.com.

You can see the full list of official Memphis Beer Week events here.

High-gravity beers from Colorado’s New Belgium Brewing arriving soon in Memphis

December 07, 2012 By: mike Category: Breweries, Craft beer, Distribution, Memphis

New Belgium logoIf you live in Memphis and like beers from Colorado’s New Belgium Brewing Co., you soon won’t need to trek to the Walgreens in West Memphis, Ark., to buy New Belgium’s higher-alcohol beers.

The Fort Collins craft brewer’s Ranger IPA, Abbey and Trippel, as well as the Lips of Faith series and seasonal Frambozen, are slated to hit the Memphis market next week in bottles and on draft, according to distributor Budweiser of Memphis.

Many liquor stores that sell high-gravity beers will have the New Belgium line-up, as well as bars and restaurants with a good selection of craft beer, including The Flying Saucer, Young Avenue Deli, Local Gastropub, Alchemy, Sweet Grass, Aldo’s Pizza Pies, Mellow Mushroom, Hog & Hominy and others.

Budweiser of Memphis has recently opened up a new company called West Tennessee Beverage to service liquor stores and bars and restaurants with high-alcohol licenses. Budweiser of Memphis has also recently taken over the craft beer portfolio of Southwestern Distributing as part of the sale of Southwestern’s beer business to the Hand Family Companies.

What’s your favorite New Belgium beer? Leave a comment below.

‘Homage to TV Dinners Past’ at Local Gastropub in Memphis to feature Yazoo pairings

April 06, 2012 By: mike Category: Breweries, Craft beer, Events, Memphis

Yazoo Brewing CompanyFans of TV dinners and beer, this is an event for you.

Local Gastropub in Downtown Memphis will host a special beer dinner next week with a theme of “Homage to TV Dinners Past.”

The five-course dinner prepared by Chef Derk Meitzler will be paired with beers from Nashville’s Yazoo Brewing Company.

It all happens Wednesday, April 11,at 7 p.m.

Here’s more from Local:

For  $35 per person, plus tax and gratuity, try dishes like Kobe Salisbury Steak,  Pork Belly Mac n Cheese, and other new plays on old favorites! Let us provide an evening of great food and drink while you learn more about how to pair beer with food for your own gatherings and festivities.” [source]

For more information, or to make reservations, call Anna Katherine Metzger or Derk Meitzler at Local at 901-473-9573. Only 40 seats are available for the event.