Bathtub Row Brewing hosts their first beer dinner

Posted: November 5, 2015 by reidrivenburgh in Beer in Los Alamos, Events

Los Alamos is getting in on the beer dinner scene.

Bathtub Row Brewing in Los Alamos is continuing to bring more events and activities to the community. The latest is their first “beer dinner,” featuring local chef Laura Hamilton of Rosebud Cafe in nearby White Rock. Six delicious-looking plates will be paired with an appropriate (and also delicious) BRB brew. A maximum of 60 people can sign up, and it will likely sell out, so get your ticket ASAP. The event is set for Tuesday at 6 p.m. Cost is $60 per person, or $50 for co-op members. Call (505) 500-8381 or visit the brewery to sign up.


First Plate
Coriander dusted scallops, green chile beurre blanc, fried leeks
Wit Rock

Second Plate
Warm lentil salad, cranberry cardamom vinaigrette, frisee of pancetta
Little Bird Blonde

Third Plate
Pumpkin pecorino bisque, caramel crème fraiche, spicy fennel sausage

Fourth Plate
Cocoa-chipotle braised short ribs, roasted fingerling potatoes, swiss chard
Black Point Stout

Fifth Plate
Sharp Irish cheddar, IPA soda bread, pear ginger compote
Hoppenheimer IPA

Sixth Plate
Satsuma orange sponge cake, cinnamon milk syrup, passion fruit granita
Trinity Tripel

Beer Tasting Notes
Wit Rock (6.3% ABV)

Appearance: Pale Hazy
Aroma: Spicy, Citrus
Flavor: Citrus, Coriander

Little Bird Blonde (5.9% ABV)

Appearance: Straw, Clear
Aroma: Biscuit, Honey
Flavor: Crisp, Light Hop Bitterness, Bready

Octoberfest (5.9% ABV)

Appearance: Medium Amber
Aroma: Malty, Bready
Flavor: Toast, Caramel

Black Point Stout (5.6% ABV)

Appearance: Dark Brown to Black
Aroma: Roast, Coffee
Flavor: Coffee, Chocolate, Touch of Sweetness

Hoppenheimer IPA (6.6% ABV)

Appearance: Deep Gold
Aroma: Citrus, Pine
Flavor: Hoppy, Grapefruit, Resinous

Trinity Tripel (10.6% ABV)

Appearance: Pale Gold, Good Clarity, Effervescent
Aroma: Spicy, Black Pepper, Slight Banana
Flavor: Grainy, Sweet Malt, Citrus

(In unrelated news, kudos to BRB for concocting a very good Double IPA! It made for a very happy Halloween.)


— Reid

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