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Lompoc Brewer's Dinner @ Wildwood Restaurant & Bar

November 9, 2012

Brewer Bryan Keilty of New Old Lompoc
Brewer Bryan Keilty of New Old Lompoc

Lompoc Brewing Head Brewer Bryan Keilty has teamed up with Wildwood Restaurant Sous Chef and Beer Steward Paul Kasten to create a delicious six-course Brewer’s Dinner featuring locally sourced ingredients complemented by Lompoc’s fresh, local beers. The event will take place on Friday, Nov. 9th at 6:30 p.m. in Wildwood’s Wood Room, 1221 NW 21st Ave. Tickets cost $65, which includes food, beer and gratuity. Reservations can be made with Shelly Jones at shelly@wildwood.com or 503-225-0130
First Course
Cheddar Kimchi Arancini
C-Sons Greetings
Second Course
Salt Cod Agnolotti, Fumet, Microgreens, Crispy Shallots, Preserved Lemon, Cherry Tomato
Kick Axe Dry Hopped Pale Ale
Third Course
Chanterelle Stuffed Turkey Leg, Oyster Bread Pudding, Cherry Mostarda, Crispy Brussels
Cherry Christmas
Fourth Course
Cherry Bomb Roasted Pork Loin, Fork Mashed Celery Root, Porcini, Cherry Bourbon Jus
Cherry Bomb / Red Raison
Fifth Course
Stout Braised Beef Chile Relleno, Pan Roasted Pumpkin, Gremolata
Cherry Porter
Sixth Course
Bayley Hazen Blue, Candied Walnuts, Honey, Semolina Crackers, Dried Fruit
Bourbon Barrel Aged Old Tavern Rat
A Portland staple since 1996, Lompoc Brewing creates six flavorful year-round beers, plus a ridiculous number of seasonals. You can find Lompoc in 22 oz bottles and on draft at locations around town, and at its four neighborhood pubs: Fifth Quadrant and Sidebar in North Portland, and Hedge House and Oaks Bottom in Southeast; the original New Old Lompoc is being rebuilt and will open on NW 23rd Avenue in 2013.
Founded in 1994, Wildwood is an American restaurant and bar that serves the best the Pacific Northwest has to offer. Its menus are inspired by the fresh seasonal produce available throughout the region. Wildwood supports local farms that practice environmentally sound agriculture and sustainable farming, and market driven menus always showcase local farms and purveyors.