On Monday, Sept. 12 at 6 pm, Lauren Salazar, sensory specialist and educator for New Belgium Brewery, will be at Meddlesome Moth for a night of rare beers, delicious food pairings, and entertaining discourse on New Belgium’s rare Lips of Faith series of ales. Lauren has been with New Belgium for close to 15 years and has been instrumental in developing their Lips of Faith beer program, which focuses on beer experimentation, smaller batch limited releases, special barrel-aged releases, and a combination of old world brewing techniques meeting new world imagination.
Each course will be paired with a beer selection from her prized cellar and will include:
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Pate de canard and chicharrones de pato (duck pate with crispy duck pork rinds) paired with Transatlantique Kreik, a spontaneously fermented Lambic ale made with Polish cherries
Roasted beet salad with an almond gazpacho and white balsamic syrup, served alongside Biere de Mars
Breast of Guinea fowl with curried potatoes, arugula puree, and dried mango chutney paired with Super Cru
Wild California Sturgeon filet with tempura pineapple and a “cherry coke” glaze, served with Dunkel-weiss, a “grand cru dunkel-weiss”
Pork belly confit with Cannellini beans and a rosemary pesto with roasted grape marmalade served with La Folie
Sticky bun bread pudding served with an Abbey Grand Cru.
Tickets for the event are $85, which includes tax and gratuity, and can be purchased by calling 214-628-7900. Tickets are limited, and reservations are required.
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