The Jazz Kitchen, located at 5377 N College Ave, Indianapolis IN, will host a dinner on Thursday, January 24 at 7 pm featuring the brews of North Coast Brewing paired with unique food offerings prepared by Chef/Owner David Allee. Tickets are $35, including tax and gratuity and can be purchased online at thejazzkitchen.com or by phone at 317 253-4900.
Four course North Coast Brewing Dinner Menu:
North Coast Scrimshaw Pilsner paired with Shrimp Etoufee
Ruedrich’s Red Seal Ale paired with Red Seal marinated Flat Iron Steak
Brother Thelonious Belgian Style Abbey Ale paired with Roasted Root Vegetable Stack Andouille Mashed Potato
Old Rasputin Russian Imperial Stout Float + Chocolate Truffles
North Coast Brewing’s John Bisson will lead the educational part of the event to help prepare guests for the Brewers Guild of Indiana Winterfest 2013 beer tasting festival on Saturday, January 26 from 4 to 6 p.m.
THE JAZZ KITCHEN
The Jazz Kitchen is a prominent jazz club and restaurant in Indianapolis, Indiana. The club showcases local, regional and national jazz acts. Opening in 1994, The Jazz Kitchen was voted one of the top 100 jazz clubs in the world in 2009 by Down Beat magazine. In 2009, a year of significant changes for the jazz club, a “smoke-free” policy was adopted and the corporate partnership of The Jazz Kitchen, Owl Studios and the Indianapolis Jazz Foundation took over production of the Indy Jazz Fest, an annual festival held in September. Facebook.com/indyjazzkitchen or @thejazzkitchen
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North Coast Brewing is pleased to participate in this annual festival that celebrates local breweries, wineries, and Pacific Ocean Dungeness Crab, while raising funds for local non-profit organizations.
We are donating Scrimshaw Pilsner, Ruedrich’s Red Seal Ale, and Acme Pale Ale to the Cioppino Dinner on Friday, January 25 that benefits Mendocino Coast Clinics. This family-style dinner has three seatings: 4:30, 6:00 & 8:00 pm.
Loretta Evans, North Coast Brewery’s Food & Beverage Manager, is participating in the Professional Judges and the People’s Choice Crab Cake Cook-Off Competitions.
On Friday, January 24, she’ll make her specialty crab cakes for six celebrity judges and the next day, between 12 noon and 3:00 pm, Loretta and her team will make 500 crab cakes for the People’s Choice Cook-Off that also benefits Mendocino Coast Clinics. North Coast Brewing will pour Le Merle Belgian Style Farmhouse Ale to pair with the crab cakes.
Click here to purchase dinner tickets and People’s Choice Crab Cake Cook-Off tickets and get directions to the venues.
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North Coast Brewing has just completed a couple of high-profile, sellout beer dinners at some of the most-happening spots in Texas. Coco Bar in El Paso was the site of a great food/beer/music evening co-hosted by Audrey Kiefer, North Coast’s Texas Sales Manager, and Chef Julio. One of the favorite pairings of the evening was savory lamb sliders which were a great match for Red Seal Ale. Marty Olivas and his jazz group, Case Closed, provided some first-rate sounds including some Thelonious Monk tunes in tribute to, guess what, our Brother Thelonious Belgian Style Abbey Ale.
That was followed by a memorable evening at Rudyard’s British Pub in Houston. Audrey Kiefer teamed with co-founder, Tom Allen to represent the brewery while Chef Joe Apa and his crew handled the food duties. The menu was a Texas tour-de-force with each dish incorporating a beer ingredient to match the accompanying ale. A smoked trout pate with Scrimshaw Pilsner started the meal followed by Venison sliders with Red Seal Ale and Texas wild boar cassoulet with Brother Thelonious. A chocolate flan made with Old Rasputin rounded out the dinner. It was a landmark event capped off by a round of standing applause from the well-fed and thirst-slaked capacity crowd.
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Thanks to Jackie Dodd for sending us her recipe for Lemon Pilsner Cake using Scrimshaw. Jackie says:
“If you have ever had the opportunity to talk to a brewmaster, you have seen it. You’ve seen that look that lets you know that there is an art and a respect for what they do that goes far past what most Americans experience at their day jobs. The look that tells you that the paycheck isn’t the reason he does the job. The flavors, the journey, the solving of the problems that yield to an end result of a drinkable, shareable masterpiece. You’ve seen that look.
“It’s because of that look that I try to create recipes that respect the years of love and hard work that go into the process of making Craft Beer. I had the idea of making a lemon cake with pilsner, but the issue is always the hops. Hops are a hard ingredient to cook and bake with, given that they often reduce to a very bitter product. Scrimshaw Pilsner, while still a pilsner, has a low, and well balanced hop taste. It is also from one of my favorite breweries, North Coast, that produces an incredible variety of craft beer. And you can bet that if you are ever lucky enough to take a tour of the brewery, you will see that look I’m talking about, all over the place.”
See the recipe and full post at her blog, The Beeroness.
Scrimshaw Pilsner: First of five top brews for barbecues!
“Everyone should have this in their refrigerator.”
ABC 7 News
Recipe O’ the Season: Clams Steamed in Scrimshaw Pilsner
1 large onion, chopped
3 garlic cloves, minced
½ lb. chorizo
3 tablespoon olive oil
1 cup chopped plum tomatoes
6 oz. Scrimshaw Pilsner
1 dozen little neck clams
Sauté onion, garlic and chorizo in olive oil till browned, about 10 minutes. Add the tomatoes, beer and clams. Simmer covered on low heat till clams open, about 10 minutes.
“With beers I typically burn out on favorites in a year or less and may gradually come back to them. Well, the Scrimshaw Pilsner-style brew from North Coast Brewing in Fort Bragg, NorCal has been my favorite beer for over two years now. It’s solid, does not pop our taste buds like a Belgium. In short, it’s not a distraction from the game and it’s pure quality. A perfect brew, and not only for your run-of-the-mill friendly.” Read the whole article at The Shin Guardian.