Join us as we celebrate all things beer during Melbourne’s Good Beer Week at Le Bon Ton.
It will be a night of epic proportions full of beer and American BBQ with Sierra Nevada’s Steve Grossman and our legendary Pit-Master Kate O’Neill.
Gorge on 5 delicious courses, each paired with an expertly selected beer per course, plus one on arrival.
Where: 51 Gipps Street, Collingwood
Time: 7pm arrival
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7pm meet in the bar
Fried Chicken ribs coated in a Golden BBQ sauce and paired with Skiesta a Bavarian Style Lager is first up on the menu. Accompanied with a tour of the offset BBQ and the Southern Pride.
Tasting Note – malty with the snap from the earthy hops. Slightly sweet with a touch of citrus.
7:30pm venture up to the French Quarter, our private dining space
Next up is Burnt Ends with a jalapeno BBQ glaze paired with Otra Vez
Tasting Note – flavours of lime and blue agave nectar in a tart gose-style beer.
8:00pm the third course is upon us
Devour, bacon wrapped chicken thighs stuffed with jalapeno and cream cheese paired with Sierra Nevada Pale Ale, their flagship beer.
Tasting Note – fragrant bouquet and spicy flavour are the results of the generous use of the best Cascade hops.
8:30pm mains to be served.
Sierra Nevada Pale Ale injected Slow n’ Low Smoked beef Brisket paired with Torpedo Extra IPA and FOMO Cloudy New England IPA
Tasting Notes: Torpedo IPA – It’s an aggressive yet balanced beer featuring complex citrus, pine, and herbal character of whole-cone hops.
FOMO Cloudy New England IPA – Hazy New England style IPA, lots of fruit and hops on the front with mild bitterness on the end. Smooth mouth feel and lots of body with sides of Sierra Nevada Torpedo mac n’ cheese and chipotle vinegar slaw
9:30pm Fifth and final
Rich chocolate tart finished with a coffee-maple cream served with Narwhal Imperial Stout.
Tasting Note – Rich with notes of espresso, baker’s cocoa, roasted grain and a slight hint of smoke, Narwhal brims with malt complexity.
*Timings may vary.