Tom Douglas is Seattle’s culinary maestro, conducting an orchestra comprised of a dozen restaurants employing hundreds of dedicated food service professionals. He’s a smart man. Although he seems to personally gravitate towards wine and Bourbon, he recognizes that many of us consider beer an important part of a good meal. That’s why Tom Douglas opened Brave Horse Tavern and that’s why his symphony includes a full-time Beer Czar–a dedicated beer geek that makes beer-related decision companywide.
Along with all the restaurants, Tom Douglas Restaurants also operates Prosser Farm—a real working farm in Prosser, Washington. Consider it just one more instrument in Tom Douglas’ culinary wall of sound. The company’s Seattle restaurants use fresh produce from the farm as much as possible. It’s harvest season in Prosser. Fresh onions, beets, radishes, and more. Yum.
On Thursday, August 23, Brave Horse Tavern hosts a very special beer dinner. The event features craft beers paired lovingly with dishes prepared using produce from Prosser Farm. If you have attended one of the Brave Horse beer dinners in the past, or any Tom Douglas beer event for that matter, you know that nobody leaves hungry or dissatisfied. I expect guests’ reaction to this farm-to-feast beer dinner to be no different.
“This is a creation straight from our Beer Czar, Kayle Thompson,” says Amy Richardson of Tom Douglas Restaurants. “Kayle and Chef Brian Walczyk have been doing tastings for weeks creating the best pairings. Our farmer from Prosser Farm will also be there as well as the breweries. They have really spent some time with the pairings – so I think this is going to be amazing!”
The farm-to-feast beer dinner takes place in the Tack Room: the brand new private dinning room at the Brave Horse Tavern.
Here are some details about the dinner.
Farmhouse Beer Dinner
PRICE: $70.00 (includes gratuity and tax)
LOCATION: Brave Horse Tavern’s Tack Room
Farmhouse Beer Dinner
Join us at Brave Horse Tavern’s new private dining ~ The Tack Room.
Our Beer Czar Kayle Thompson selects her picks of farmhouse style beers paired with four courses by Chef Brian Walczyk and Farmer Devarshi Patel of Prosser Farm.
Dungeness Crab, Green Apple, Padron Chile, Radish, Buttermilk
Logsdon Seizoen Bretta
Citrus, Coriander Cured Sockeye Salmon, Corned Beets, Bitter Leaves
Pike Brewing Whitehorse Wit (a collaboration beer with Brave Horse Tavern)
Braised Pork Belly, Black Pepper Ricotta Dumplings, Sweet Onion Soubise, Preserved Cherries
Oud Beesel Kriek
Crème Fraiche Panna Cotta, Stone Fruit, Fried Marcona Almonds
Boulevard Tank 7
This is event is for grownups only. 21+
Brave Horse Tavern
310 Terry Avenue N.