Whiskey Cake has teamed up with Real Ale Brewing Company for a five-course beer-centric dinner. Chef Stan Rodrigues has prepared a prix-fixe menu inspired by the warm flavors of a Texas fall, with bright, locally-sourced ingredients and a unique beer pairing to complement each course. This special dinner takes placeTuesday, September 15, 2015 at 7pm. Cost is $70 per person, and reservations can be made by calling 972-993-2253. Continue reading
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by Steven Doyle
Rustic has proven to be this amazing success and executive chef Matt Balke is celebrating with a special Real Ale Brewing Company dinner on February 28, 2014. This special dinner will include 6 courses for $65. For reservations email email@example.com or call 214-730-0596.
Check out this beautifully paired menu: Continue reading
Beer and coffee. For some, coffee is an institution, a must for every day. The breath of day in which some cannot wake up, function or think until they have had their “first cup of the day”. An interesting thing, coffee. When someone first noticed a form of berry growing on a type of evergreen and decided to roasted the seed inside, filter it with water and drink it, really shows how in-depth the thought process of humans may be. Different areas, climates and methods of processing the seeds can either enhance or decrease the flavor. I will not get started on the Kopi Luwak coffee from Sumatra that is from civet droppings.
Coffee in beer is not something new and plenty of breweries take advantage of the roasted, bitter, earthy flavor that coffee can impart into beer. Primarily, stouts and porters are the main beers that have coffee infused into them. Continue reading
It was only their first beer dinner but Cook Hall, at the W Dallas, virtually sold out the event this week. The gastro pub replaces Craft with a lower price option for hotel patrons and Victory Park visitors. The beer dinner offered a four course meal (plus a starter of raw oyster) with each course accompanied by a Real Ale Brewing Company brew. This craft brewery based out of Blanco, TX makes a range of beers inspired by Belgium, Britain, Germany and traditional American styles. Continue reading
by Steven Doyle
Central 214’s Graham Dodds is one of our very favorite chefs in the Dallas and he is repeatedly raising the bar for fresh and local, but besides that his cuisine is truly innovative. If you know Dodds even the slightest bit you know he appreciates his goat.
This is why Dodds is teaming up with Texas favorites, Windy Hill Organics and Real Ale Brewing Company, for a delectable six-course Goat & Beer Dinner at Central 214 on Thursday, January 17, 2013. Price is just $70 per person (plus tax & gratuity), including beer pairings. Continue reading