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Cismontane Brewing Co. 5-Course Food & Beer Pairing

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Cismontane Brewing C.
5-Course Beer Pairing
With special guest Evan Weinberg
March 3rd, 2013 @ 3PM

– 1st Course –
Holy Jim Falls, Blonde Ale
Seared Ahi
citrus ponzu slaw, peanut sauce, yuzu caviar

– 2nd Course –
The Citizen, California Common
Wood Fired Flatbread
house cured pancetta, smoked mozzarella, tallegio,
arugula, apples.

– 3rd Course –
Coulter IPA
French Onion Soup
house made crouton, gruyere cheese

– 4th Course –
Smokin Santiago Scotch Ale
Lamb Porterhouse
farro risotto, wild mushrooms, scotch ale demi

– 5th Course –
Blacks Dawn Imperial Stout
Tiramisu & “Coffee”
lady fingers, mascarpone, 80% valrhona chocolate

$65/person (tax + tip not included)

Executive Chef Josh Mason
Sous Chef Kenny Raponi

Cismontane 5-Course Food & Beer Pairing
On March 3rd 2013 @ 3 PM

$65/person (tax + tip not included)
Please join special guests Evan Weinberg from Cismontane Brewing Company and chefs Josh Mason and Kenny Raponi for our first beer pairing dinner at Wine Gallery Laguna Beach.
Cismontane Brewing Co. was started by two native southern Californians, Ross Stewart and Evan Weinberg. They chose the name Cismontane because the geographical area it represents, coastal Southern California from Santa Barbara to San Diego. As a brewery we are dedicated to creating the finest beers to represent the unique culture and diverse natural aspects of this region. Each beer is named after a local feature that is unique to the area.

The Brewery is located on the side of the largest mountain in Orange County in the city of Rancho Santa Margarita. The great views from Santiago peak and the trails through the canyons provide some of the natural inspiration for the beers and the company.
The brewery is small and accessible to all with a warm and comfortable tasting area. So don’t hesitate to come by when in the area.

“This side of the mountains”, in reference to coastal Southern California. This was a common term used for Southern California while it was forming its identity during the gold rush and before prohibition.
We will be holding this special event on Sunday, March 3rd at 3PM. Reservations are required and tickets will go fast. Hope to see everyone there, this is sure to be a great event!

More: http://winegallerylaguna.com


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