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110 Grill beer dinner

When: Monday, July 20, at 6:30 p.m.
Where: 110 Grill, 27 Trafalgar Square, Nashua, 943-7443
Cost: $50 per person, $25 deposit required. Call for reservations. 
Visit: 110grill.com.




Brew and chew
110 Grill hosts first ever beer dinner

07/16/15
By Allie Ginwala aginwala@hippopress.com



 Combining beer education with a four-course meal, 110 Grill will host its first beer dinner on Monday, July 20, featuring food and beer pairings and a discussion from brewery professionals.

“[It’s] an informative experience as well as great food and drink,” Shannon DiPietro, director of beverage, said in a phone interview.
Recently, vendors have visited 110 Grill to teach staff about beer pairings and ways to highlight the flavors in both the food and drink, which inspired this month’s debut beer dinner as well as the first ever wine dinner coming up next month.
“Having other people in the community be able to share in that knowledge is part of that goal as well,” DiPietro said.
Keeping with the theme of an informative dining experience, before each course brewery professionals will chat about the beer, its properties and why it was paired with the dish about to be enjoyed.
The dinner will feature brews from four different breweries — 21st Amendment Watermelon from California, Long Trail Limbo IPA from Vermont, Founders Rubaeus from Michigan and Kelsen Brewing Paradigm Brown Ale from Derry.
Culinary Director and Operations Manager Adam Dorey first developed a menu based on seasonal ingredients, then tweaked each of the four courses to emphasize the flavors of the beers.
A watermelon, prosciutto and feta salad will be paired with the 21st Amendment Watermelon and a deep fried pork ribs dish with an Asian influence will pair with Kelsen’s Paradigm Brown Ale. Dorey noted that 110 Grill will feature a rib dish during the month of July, but it will have a different flavor than the beer dinner course.
“We try to take other ingredients we have in house and make them a little more unique,” he said in a phone interview.
The next course is a North Atlantic halibut that will be paired and fried with the Long Trail Limbo, and a chocolate raspberry trifle for dessert will round off the evening. Since the Founders Rubaeus has a subtle raspberry flavor, Dorey said, they’re going to macerate raspberries in the beer to then layer with chocolate fudge cake and raspberry sorbet in the trifle. 
“We tried to incorporate a lot of the food with the beer flavor to complement and bring out both flavors and ingredients,” he said. 
 
As seen in the July 16, 2015 issue of the Hippo.





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