Well, it appears to be an incredible feast and if you like Sierra Nevada’s world renowned brews, check it out! Corvallis artisan wine and beer maker Joel Rea says:
It is with great pleasure that we get to announce a fantastic collaborative dinner between Corvallis Brewing Supply and Brad Burnheimer. We are putting on an intimate dinner for 20 that embraces the four unique beers Sierra Nevada Brewing released in 2010 in celebration of their 30th anniversary. The beers were very limited and we decided early on that we would hold the beers back for a very special event.
Brad Burnheimer is the sous chef and primary meat guy at Gathering Together Farm in Philomath, Oregon. While known for his charcuterie, sausages and confits, Burnheimer’s focus on fresh, quality farm products and his desire to constantly evolve as a chef translates to clean menus filled with richness and depth.
This year, Burnheimer begins offering fresh sausage and other meats for sale through his business, Burnheimer Meat Company.
“We eat for nourishment and for enjoyment. I want people to know that the meals they’re eating are prepared with attention and respect both toward the food, and toward our shared community.”
This dinner will be held at Corvallis Brewing Supply on Sunday, April 3rd starting at 4:30 pm. It is limited to 20 people and if you would like to attend please pre-pay at Corvallis Brewing Supply. Cost is $50 including gratuity.
This is a four-course dinner, with intermission beers, designed and hand-prepared by Brad for this unique Corvallis Brewing Supply event. Brad’s passion is working with food and making it fun, delicious, nutricious and close-to-heart. Pairing unique and unusual beers, such as these Sierra Nevada releases, is a treat for Brad and we, as his audience, are his grateful beneficiaries!
Glissade, Golden Bock, Sierra Nevada Brewing.
Imperial Helles Bock, collaboration with Ken, Charlie and Fred, released May 2010.
Parsnip puree, braised greens, pork belly confit, helles gastrique
Hats off to Charlie! T.B.A. Homebrew’d here at the shop!
Grand Cru, blend of Oak-aged Bigfoot, Celebration Ale and fresh Pale ale, blended and dry-hopped. Released October 2010
Wood fired roasted potato, boudin blanc (chicken/pork sausage), kraut
Hats off to Fritz! Anchor Brewing, Porter
Robust Black Porter, Fritz and Ken’s Ale, released March 2010.
Country pâtè (pork), pickled onion, mustard, baguette
Sierra Nevada, Hoptimum, Imperial India Pale Ale
Black Barley Wine, Jack McAuliffe of New Albion Brewery, released July 2010
Barley wine float with raisin ice cream and bourbon glaze
Sunday, April 3rd, 2011
4:30 – 7:00ish
If you are interested in joining us, please pre-pay at Corvallis Brewing Supply before Saturday, April 2nd. Cost is $50.00 per person which includes gratuity.
Limited to 20 very lucky people who love what happens to their tongue when phenomenal beer and incredible food collide!