Before I raise the ire – or is that Irie? -of the Dreaded One (aka Jason Yester)… let me remind all thirteen of you reading this column that Trinity Brewing Company is having an all Trinty Beer Dinner on Sunday, Sunday, Sunday at 8:00pm.
The catch… there are only 5 seats left. Five. Here’s the menu for the $65 per person meal:
- Libidinous served with a beet and asparagus salad,Trinity greens and a creamy chai dressing.
- Slap Your Mammy poured with sweet and spicy chile relleno with green chili sauce.
- Kiwi Bunga to sip with sous vide striped bass with a kiwi salsa and pepper medley.
- TPS Report (the 2009 Great American Beer Festival winner in the “Experimental Beer” category) will go perfectly with the baron of elk roast with brussel sprouts and sage jus.
- Stop Making Sense paired with pan-seared t-bone lamb chops with plum tarragon glaze; served with herbed red potatoes and summer squash.
- Last but not least… The Flavor will compliment the honey roasted almond napoleon with chocolate creme anglaise.
Stop into the pub or call 719-634-0029 for tickets.
If you can’t make the dinner, then you might want to head down on Friday around 5:00pm for the release of this year’s version of TPS Report is a 4.8% ABV “Experimental Flanders Sour.” The grain bill for this version includes flaked oats and wheat, and is flavored with tangerine and lemon zests. Fermented entirely with a very rare variety of Brettanomyces, this beer is the funky funky farmhouse! It’s bottled once a year and triple fermented for authenticity. GABF GOLD MEDAL 2009, Experimental beer; 4.8% ABV.
According to Jason, “If you love the funky side of Belgium then you will love our TPS Report.”
And you will.