Gratify your senses with Ollie's Local and Torn Label Brewing Co., and join us as these Kansas City establishments collaborate for an evening of food, beer and music.
Enjoy four superb beers created by brewmaster Travis Moore and menu courses prepared by Ollie's Chef Malikei, while local musicians DJ and Evanjohn perform a musical pairing to accompany each course.
Meet and Greet
Gorgonzola-stuffed, Applewood bacon-wrapped dates.
Robert Alt Bier - Brewed in collaboration with Bier Station, this classic altbier is a traditional German brown ale, with malt-focused notes of caramel, toasted bread and hazelnut. Consummately drinkable as the fall weather turns cooler, with a crisp, floral finish.
Smoked Norwegian salmon tartare with caper tapenade, dill cheese, and dried apricot.
Monk & Honey - Our version of a Belgian Table Beer or Abbey Single balances the soft sweetness of honey with the floral aromatics of German hops and estery Belgian yeast, producing a unique tea and honey quality. While many monks use Belgian candi sugar to fortify their beers, we employ regional honey from Peculiar, Missouri to give this beer a distinctively Midwestern twist.
Seared lamb shank with char-pepper reduction, torched mustard greens, and Alaskan blueberry sea salt with buttermilk polenta.
Quadjillo - This one-of- a-kind Belgian Quad is an exciting collision of unexpected flavors combinations. Gaujillo chiles - chosen for their earthy, stone fruit quality rather than their peppery heat - are added in the boil. Light spiciness from the chiles is met by a generous addition of candi syrup, resulting in an intense yet surprisingly balanced beer. Sumptuous, sweet and striking, Quadjillo is a perfect cold weather sipper or dessert beer.
Wind it down
Layered Russian honey cake with crème fraîche frosting, featuring locally harvested honey.
Old Believer - Our intense and complex Russian Imperial Stout is rich and warming enough to keep you warm on the coldest of Siberian nights. At over 11% ABV, it's the highest gravity beer we've brewed to date, but the silky, slightly sweet notes of dark fruit, cocoa and black bread impart a consummate drinkability that belies its hefty strength.