Hop Cat Beer Dinner with Revolution Brewing Co.

. November 1, 2017.
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For this month’s beer dinner, Hop Cat teams up with new-to-Michigan Revolution Brewing Company to offer a “welcoming beer” followed by a four-course meal, each course paired with a different brew. Courses include an appetizer of pan-fried pumpkin fritters matched with Fistmas American Red Ale with Ginger Root and Orange Peel; a citrus kale salad paired with Amarillo Hero, a single-hopped IPA with amarillo hops; bourbon-braised short ribs with Deth’s Tar Oatmeal Stout; and a coffee creme brulee dessert paired with Coffee Eugene, an American Porter with Dark Matter Coffee.

Hop Cat Beer Dinner, 311 Maynard St., Ann Arbor
Tuesday, November 28, 7-9pm
$31.80
Tickets @ eventbrite.com
For more info, visit hopcat.com

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