Speakeasy Ales & Lagers Beer Dinner
Sunday, April 21, 2013 from 6:30 PM to 9:30 PM (PDT)
It's good to know your neighbors. Both Speakeasy and Old Skool Cafe are nestled in the Southeast corner of San Francisco, where we enjoy mostly sunny days, and clear skies. It's a natural fit to have our food paired with their brews.
Come have some fun, while supporting a great cause.
Amuse Bouches "Cocktail Hour"
Sriracha Deviled Eggs
Witness Belgian-style Wheat
Shrimp and Beer Grits
Scarlett Red Rye
Spinach Salad, Citrus and Beer Vinaigrette, Farmers' Market Fruit
Daniel's NOLA Gumbo*
Baby Back Ribs (in Prohibition BBQ Sauce)
Sweet Potato Mini Tartlette w Espresso/Payback Porter Ice Cream*
Bourbon Barrel Aged Scarface Imperial Stout
*Ice Cream made by Christina Marie Pack of CMarie Pastries
As always, the evening will be packed with entertainment, stories, beer and food education, and laughter! The food is cooked and served by our youth staff, along with some volunteers' help. Visit the Old Skool Cafe website to learn more about the program and to volunteer.
Speakeasy Ales & Lagers was founded in 1997 in San Francisco’s Bayview District. Since that time it has grown to become a San Francisco landmark with our Big Daddy I.P.A., Prohibition Ale, and other amazingly balanced ales and lagers. Speakeasy set out to make legit beers for people in American cities and other areas that appreciated beers built for a more discerning palate.
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