Urbanite Bistro on Friday Will Unmask South Florida A Beer Wasteland -- Or Maybe Not
Urbanite Bistro is holding its monthly dinner this Friday at 8:30 p.m. For $40 plus tax and gratuity, you'll enjoy six courses paired with six different beers selected by Chris Montelius, regional manager for Fresh Beer.
Dave of South Florida Beer Blog will be co-hosting the dinner.
If you're a beer lover, you know that many other parts of the country love their boutique hops and barley -- and certain locals can tell you the block that stuff was brewed at depending upon the smell. In South Florida, we have Land Shark. If that isn't Miller in disguise I don't now what it is.
That's why I'm looking forward to the Urbanite Bistro's collection of astoundingly interesting brews from around the globe. Here it is:
Dales Pale Ale, Oscar Blues Brewing, Lyons, Colorado
Alligator Corndog with Mango Ketchup
Ayinger Dunkel, Brauerei Aying, Aying, Germany
Diver Scallop & Asian Vegetable Napolean with Clementine-Thai Chile Preserve
Terrapin Hopsecutioner IPA, Terrapin Beer Co, Athens, Georgia
Morrocan lamb Empanada with Apricot Gastrique
Gaurde Dog Biere de Gaurde, Flying Dog Brewery, Frederick, Maryland
Roasted Grouper with Pineapple Beurre Blanc, Coriander Sticky Rice and Sautéed Haricot Vert
Arrogant Bastard Ale, Stone Brewing Co., Escondido, California
Duck Confit with Kumquat-Rum Marmalade, Roasted Fingerlings and Dressed Greens
Rogue Shakespeare Stout, Rogue Brewery, Newport, Oregon
Flourless Chocolate & Espresso Tart
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