Imperial Session and Shelton Brothers Presents Killer Beer Week Recovery Beerunch

The best way to recover from this year’s Killer Beer Week is with our annual Killer Beer Week Recovery Beerunch. Join Imperial Session and Shelton Brothers Oregon on Sunday, October 29th at 11:00am for a brunch and beer pairing that will make your taste buds wanting more!

Taking place at Tournant in inner Northeast Portland, this year’s brunch will feature some rare beers from the Shelton Brothers catalog all paired with fantastic dishes from Imperial Session.

If you have not been to a dinner presented by Imperial Session you are definitely missing out. This is the duo’s first brunch but the five courses prepared by chef Spencer Watari (Jack Rabbit, Clyde Common) next to pairings curated by Ryan Spencer (Bailey’s Taproom) will be quite extravagant. This brunch will feature beers selected from the wide and diverse offerings of Shelton Brothers Oregon and are listed in the menu below.

Ryan Spencer pouring beers at an Imperial Session Beer Dinner in February 2017. (image courtesy of Cat Stelzer)

Doors will open at 11:00am; you will be greeted with our welcome beer accompanied by small bites. Service will begin promptly at 11:30am and end around 1:00pm.
Advance tickets are currently on sale but are dwindling down to only a few spots left. Tickets are $50.00 each and the ticket price includes all courses, paired beverages, and gratuity. Don’t delay as we expect this beerunch to sell out very soon. You can purchase a ticket by clicking HERE.

Brunch Menu:
Cheese, Fresh Fruit, Candied Nuts
Mystic Brewery- Table Saison Mimosa

Chorizo Scotch Egg, Arugula, Radishes, Lemon Honey Vinaigrette
Coniston Brewing – Bluebird Bitter

Kohlrabi & Carrot Latkes, Cured Salmon, Caraway Creme Fraiche
Jester King Brewery – Le Petit Prince

Steak & Eggs, Shallots, Shoestring Fries, Housemade “3FA1”
3 Fonteinen – Oude Geuze (Cuvée Armand & Gaston)

Foie & Barrel Aged Sorghum Brioche Donut
Kulmbacher Brauerei – Eisbock

**For this event we politely decline substitutions but welcome omissions.**

920 NE Glisan Street
Portland, OR