Greenhouse Craft Food to Host Bourbon Barrel Aged Beer Dinner January 31

Five delicious courses from Greenhouse Craft Food paired with bourbon barrel aged beer? Sounds like a match made in Shop the Rock heaven!

More details about the event and a link to purchase tickets are included in restaurant’s release below.


Popular farm to fork eatery Greenhouse Craft Food will host a special five-course bourbon barrel aged beer pairing dinner on Sunday, January 31 that will showcase limited edition selections from Texas brewers Independence, Karbach, Circle, Rahr & Sons and Austin Eastciders.

The event will feature a unique menu and pairing for each course created by Greenhouse Craft Food executive chef Rob Snow and chef de cuisine Todd Engel.

  The recently revealed menu for this one-of-a-kind event is as follows:

Course 1: Bourbon Barrel Aged Convict Hill Oatmeal Stout (Independence Brewing Co.) Crispy Sweetbreads – coffee demi, honeycomb, whiskey raisins + cranberries

Course 2: Bourbon Barrel Aged Devil’s Envy Amber Ale (Circle Brewing Co.) 
Beet Salad – smoked walnut vin, orange, goat cheese, winter greens, candied walnuts

Course 3: Bourbon Barrel Aged Winter Warmer (Rahr & Sons Brewing Co.) Cassoulet – duck confit, smoked goat, house bacon, white beans, carrots, arugula

Course 4: Bourbon Barrel Aged Hellfighter Imperial Porter (Karbach Brewing Co.) Smoked Halibut – smoked corn puree, smoked fruit compote, smoked sweet potato cake

Course 5: Bourbon Barrel Aged Original Dry Cider (Austin Eastciders) 
Foie Gras French Toast – whiskey crème anglaise, roasted apples, pralines

Tickets for the Greenhouse Craft Food Bourbon Barrel Aged Beer Dinner are $101 per person (includes tax + tip) and seating is limited. For additional details, please visit the Facebook event pageTo purchase tickets, please visit this location.



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