Thursday, March 7, 2013

The Jacobson is holding a Perennial beer dinner tonight

Posted By on Thu, Mar 7, 2013 at 8:30 AM

Warm your belly tonight at The Jacobson.
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Perennial Artisan Ales has quickly made a name for itself in St. Louis. Discover why when the new import to Kansas City takes part in a four-beer, four-course dinner prepared by chef John Smith at the Jacobson (2050 Central) from 6 to 9 p.m. The dinner in the Crossroads costs $30 per person (or $35 at the door). Perennial brewer Andrew Hille will be in attendance to talk about the beers. Call 816-423-2888 to make a reservation. The full menu is after the jump.

The first course is gulf shrimp in a romesco sauce with grilled scallions and wilted spinach and paired with Saison De Lis. The second course is creamy risotto with Americano speck, grilled zucchini, tomato confit and lemon-herb ricotta cheese served with Aria.

The third is fried buttermilk quail with roasted corn polenta and house-made jalapeno hot sauce. It will be paired with Hommel Bier. And the final course is slow-roasted lamb confit over dirty rice and sauteed Swiss chard, finished with Lafayette spice cream sauce. It will come with a Black Walnut Dunkel.

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