Wednesday, July 16, 2014

Tuesday, July 15 – Saturday, July 19

Scotch Ale Pairings

Oatmeal Crusted Chicken
Boneless chicken breast pan seared in an oatmeal crust with tomatoes, basil and capers, served in a sherry pan sauce with asparagus spears
Scotch Ale's full body blends well with the bold taste of capers

Build a Beef Wellington (or Deconstructed Beef Wellington
10 oz. seasoned stockyard sirloin steak char grilled to order, served atop a fresh herb au jus; accompanied by a wild mushroom duxelle baked in puff pastry and a twice baked potato
Scotch Ale's full body complements this rich steak while being highlighted by the body of the demi glace

California IPA Pairings

Fish Tacos
Grilled tropical mahi mahi, served in soft flour tortillas with lettuce, fresh cilantro, house-made salsa and guacamole accompanied by dirty rice
This IPA bright and brisk flavor profile melds with the sweetness of the fish and smooth tones of our guacamole

Spicy Cioppino with Garlic Crostini
Jumbo shrimp, chopped clams, salmon and haddock simmered with fresh herbs in a spicy tomato broth, served with a crisp garlic crostini

Cioppino’s spicy tone is perfectly quenched with this IPA's hop note

Railroad Street  IPA Pairings

Garlic lime Shrimp
Sautee of broccoli florets, roasted almonds, fresh basil and angel hair pasta all tossed together with lime butter and 5 garlic marinated grilled jumbo shrimp

Vibrant grapefruit notes of this IPA blend perfectly with fresh basil and the toasty notes of the almonds

Highland lager Pairings

Fresh Broiled Stuffed Salmon
Fresh salmon filet stuffed with surimi crabmeat and spinach broiled and finished with sauce choron and three fresh New England mussels, served with asparagus and roasted tomatoes
Highland Lager’s well balanced characteristics pairs well with the stuffing and cream sauce in this dish

Cracked Pepper Barbecued Bacon Burger with smoked cheddar cheese
1/2# burger char grilled to order, topped smoked cheddar cheese, 3 strips of cracked pepper BBQ glazed bacon served on a fresh baked brioche bun accompanied by beer battered french fries
Beer and bacon, no more needs to be said

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