Beer ‘n’ Beef Night
Date: Wednesday 18th June, 2014
Time: 7:00 pm - 10:00 pm
With a tantalising 3 course menu prepared and boutique beers to match, it’ll be a sure fire hit with your taste buds!
Tickets are $60 per person, and bookings are essential!! (no tickets available for purchase on the night and limited to ONLY 50!!)
This night is to help raise funds for young Kyabram Athletics Star Emily Lawson, who is preparing to go to the USA to compete in the JUNIOR WORLD ATHLETICS CHAMPIONSHIP!! Please help us show that the Kyabram District and Community are behind her!! (as by her talents we would never catch her!)
House-made German Bratwurst sausages served upon a warm, garlic-infused potato salad and relish.
A 350gm Rib Eye Steak, that has been hand-selected and aged by Jackson’s Butchery specifically for this evening; cooked to medium and served with a melody of roasted vegetables with accompaniments horseradish mustard, Celeriac Remoulade and complemented by a Red Wine Jus.
Individual Cheese Platters for one with a selection of fine Australian hand-crafted cheeses including brie, blue vein and cheddar and all enhanced with fresh fruits, nuts and crackers.
Accompanying the food will be a striking variety of specialty beers married up to complement each course, with each beer having been carefully selected to enhance the delightful menu.
Alongside our usual choice of four draught beers on tap some of the beers to be provided include:
150 Lashes Pale Ale – brewed by the Malt Shovel Brewery in Camperdown, New South Wales, this craft beer has a crisp finishing with malted wheat for a refreshing character and a concoction of hops which create fruity aromas of passionfruit, grapefruit and citrus.
Indian Pale Ale – this craft beer is boasting with higher alcohol content due to the traditional Indian Pale Ales being brewed with extra hops! It contains a rich Malt flavour along with a earthy floral aroma and leaves you with a feisty lingering bitter finish!
James Squires Amber Ale –this smooth brewed ale is a handcrafted blend of pale and crystal malts, with three distinct hops and a 140-year-old top fermenting ale yeast. Deep copper in colour with a creamy head, this beer rewards the appreciative drinker with a long, slightly nutty finish.