The Garlic Press to host annual Beer Dinner Monday – Midland Reporter-Telegram

The Garlic Press to host annual Beer Dinner Monday – Midland Reporter-Telegram

File photo: Dishes served at a beer dinner and other times at The Garlic Press. Jacy Lewis/Reporter-Telegram
Nothing says October in West Texas quite like a dinner menu selected based off beer, an annual fall tradition at The Garlic Press. Owned and operated by Joshua and Gerenda Washburn, the Midland staple will host the event Monday, Oct. 17 at 7 p.m. Tickets run at $80 per person and can be bought at
Every year, Joshua finds a remarkable bill of sips before pairing the food, and the 2022 menu doesn’t differ. from light and crisp to dark and sweet, guests can expect five featured courses.
Here’s the scoop on what you need to know before indulging in the alcoholic festivities.
Deschutes King Crispy Pilsner
Born in Bend, OR, Deschutes Brewery remains family owned and operated since 1988. Their King Crispy Pilsner — a light classic German style Pilsner which won the Pilsner Fest Bitburger Challenge in Portland — kicks off the night. The drink will accompany the following: Oregon style shrimp salad with shredded celery root, radishes, and house made cocktail sauce.
Ayinger Oktoberfest
All the way from Germany, this Mӓrzen style beer carries a 5.8% ABV and remains continuously ranked one of the best beers around the world. The following dishes will be paired: Berliner sausage, red sauerkraut, dill-browned butter spaetzle, and fried shallot.
Brooklyn Stonewall Inn IPA
Hailing from, you guess it, Brooklyn, the brewery formed in hopes of bringing stiff pours back to the city once known as a powerhouse of American beer production. The crews Stonewall Inn IPA, carries notes of citrus peel and grapefruit, refreshing and celebratory. The dish being served with: Chicken schnitzel with horseradish crust, leek-potato hash, poultry demi glaze, and herbed citrus crackling butter.
Avery Reverend Belgian-Style Quadruple Ale
A divine collection of dark cherry, currant, molasses, and other spices, The Reverend — originating from Boulder, CO’s Avery Brewing Co. — begins the evenings plunge into decadent and elegant finishes. Packing a whopping 10% ABV, the following foods will join: Venison osso bucco – carbonnade style, butternut squash puree, and crispy golden potatoes.
Great Divide Peanut Butter Yeti
To close out the night, an imperial stout tasting just like a dark chocolate Reese’s Peanut Butter Cup takes the cake. Established in Denver, CO, Great Divide Brewing Co. prides itself on putting any flavors imaginable into a can. Here’s the dessert: Chocolate tart shell, peanut butter mouse, banana caramel, and fresh raspberries.


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