Salty’s on the Columbia Presents BridgePort Brewmakers Dinner

Salty’s on the Columbia is pleased to be partnering with BridgePort Brewing for a night dedicated to celebrating the art of food and beer.

Thursday, March 14th, at 6:30 p.m. Salty’s Chef Josh Gibler and BridgePort’s Brewmaster Jeff Edgerton will be collaborating in a not to be missed seasonal five-course menu and beer pairing.  They will discuss why and how they selected each flavorful beer to accompany each course.

Founded in 1984 BridgePort brewing company is Oregon’s oldest craft brewery and has come a long way since its initial 600 barrel per year capacity to its now 100,000 barrel per year capacity.  It is one of Portland’s favorite breweries and is well known for many of its fine crafted beers including but not restricted to its India Pale Ale which has won many awards for its delicious and robust flavor.

Enjoy this intimate event while taking in the mighty Columbia River and the beautiful view of Mt. Hood.  Here’s the menu for only $65 per person

 

First

Bridgeport India Pale Ale

Lobster Panzanella, Preserved Lemon Mostarda,

Castelvetrano Olives

Second

Bridgeport Smooth Ryed Ale

Seafood Brochette, Saffron Risotto,

Radicchio, Fried Leeks, Lobster Beurre Blanc

Third

Bridgeport Kingpin Red Ale

Seared Sea Scallop, Blood Orange Gremolata, Citrus Chili Aioli

Fourth

Bridgeport Old Knucklehead (Oak-Aged)

Carlton Farms Pork Tenderloin, Apple Gorgonzola Stuffing,

Morel and Asparagus Ragout

Dessert

Bridgeport Bear Hug Chocolate & Cherry Stout

Dulche de Leche Eclair with Candied Pecans and Milk Chocolate

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 Reservations are highly recommended, and can be made by calling 503-288-4444. Attendees must be 21 or older. Cost is $65 per person, including 5 courses and 5 pairings. Dinner begins promptly at 6:30 p.m. For more on BridgePort Brewing Company visitwww.bridgeportbrew.com. We hope to see you there.

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