July 3rd Americana Hops & Grain Beer Dinner at Hi Hat Promises a Delicious start to the 4th of July Weekend

 

HopsGrainBarrelsToday, for many is the start of the freakin’ 4th of July weekend and is cause for extra patriotic celebration. Start the holiday weekend off right with great grub & spectacular suds tonight at Hi Hat Public House.

Chef Thomas Reeh, the Hi Hat staff, and Hops & Grain’s own Josh Hare have put together a beer dinner menu worthy of it’s own anthem, and Hi Hat is offering two opportunities to brew and chew with the H&G crew. The first seating will include a patriotic pre-party with the H&G crew and libations, beginning at 5:30 p.m. The later seating, kicking off at 8:30, will have a post-party with the H&G crew and more libations! Both Josh and Chef Thomas will be on hand to talk food, and beer, and to bestow inspiring words of wisdom and valor.

Need more convincing to draft you? Check out the menu below:

First course
Tuna, compressed melon, saba, basil
Paired with Pilz Party – first time release!
Second course
Rabbit “meatloaf” with corn crème fraîche, creole sauce
Paired with ALTeration
Third course
Potato and herb salad, duck egg, orange verjus
Paired with Super Special Independence Day Greenhouse IPA – first time release!
Fourth course
Fried chicken thigh, pickled okra, cheddar biscuit
Paired with Red Saison del Roble – first time release!
Fifth course     
Salted caramel milk shake, chocolate mousse, pecan crumble, cherry
Paired with Porter Culture

The cost is $65, and guests may make a reservation by phone at (512) 478-8700, or by visiting Hi Hat (lunch beers, anyone?) and inquiring at the bar. Seating is limited, but the fun is not.

– Sarah

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