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Friday, September 18, 2015

Southern Gourmasian and Stone's Throw team up for an Arkansas Times Beer Dinner

Posted By on Fri, Sep 18, 2015 at 1:50 PM

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Well, the events just keep coming! On September 29, the Arkansas Times is teaming up with the Southern Gourmasian and Stones Throw Beer to throw one heck of a party, and you're all invited. It's a fantastic way to experience the skills of Justin Patterson, one of the most talented chefs in town alongside the tasty, innovative brews that Stone's Throw keeps coming up with.

Interested to learn what's on the menu? Well, you're in luck, because I'm going to tell you.

First Course: Smoked chicken confit hash, sweet potatoes, miso, quail's egg, crispy edamame
Beer pairing: Amadeus Vienna Lager

Second Course: Grilled kale, kimchi vinaigrette, peaches
Beer pairing: Amer Belge Belgian IPA

Third Course: Pig's head torchon with Kent Walker Artisan Cheddar & scallion cornbread, pickled chiles and red onions
Beer pairing: Common Sense

Fourth Course: Coffee chile rubbed hanger steak, pan roasted okra and shishito peppers, wasabi "demi"
Beer pairing: Bremerhaven Altbier

Fifth Course: Peanut butter and jelly "bars" - chocolate ganache, mango pate de fruit
Beer Pairing: Shamus Stout

There you have it, and at $10 a course, it's a steal. And at less than $10 a course for couples, it's highway robbery! If you'd like tickets to this fun, fantastic meal, call The Southern Gourmasian at 501-313-5645.

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