Art & Soul hosting Pacific Northwest Beer Dinner Sat. Jan. 11

415 New Jersey Avenue, NW

From a press release:

“Art and Soul continues its monthly series of intimate, family-style meals hosted by Executive Chef Wes Morton and his team with a dinner focusing on the brews and food of the Pacific Northwest. Held the second Saturday of the month, Saturday Suppers begin with a reception and passed hors d’oeuvres before moving to a seated, four-course meal.

The first of this year’s suppers, to be held on January 11, has been conceived by Art and Soul Chef de Cuisine Doug Alexander, an Oregon native and aficionado of the region’s micro breweries. The meal will highlight brews that are hard to find on this coast paired with dishes such as Columbia River Salmon and Red Wine Braised Leg of Venison.

Pacific Northwest Beer Dinner Menu (PDF)

And here are a list of the beers:

Double IPA, Tricerahops, Ninkansi Brewing Company, Eugene, OR
American Wild Ale, Sang Noir, Cascade Brewing Company, Portland, OR
American Strong Ale, Dead Guy XS, Rogue Ales, Newport, OR
American Porter, Black Butte, Deschutes Brewery, Bend, OR
American Barleywine, Old Knucklehead, Bridgeport Brewing Company, Portland, OR

The event begins at 7 p.m. and costs $70 per person, inclusive of tax and gratuity. Advance reservations are required and may be made through eventrbite.”

7 Comment

  • Not a single Washington beer? Just call it an Oregon beer dinner.

  • They will have Ninkasi? That is almost reason enough to go to the dinner. I have been looking for Ninkasi in DC for several years now. It would be a slice of home. FWIW: Ninkasi= Sumerian goddess of beer.

    • A few years ago, D’vines had Ninkasi for a short time, but I haven’t seen it in DC since. The Tricerahops is tasty stuff.

    • My thoughts exactly. I’ve never seen Ninkasi sold retail outside of the PNW. I’m tempted to do the whole dinner just for the Tricerahops.

  • You can order Ninkasi from – if you can’t make this dinner or travel there.

    • This is great . I will Totally Dominate their supply, I will Sleigh(‘r) it, even. Thanks for the tip.

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