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Beer for Brains BBQ and Chai Snickerdoodles in Today's Eater's Digest

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Beer, BBQ, & More Beer
Louis Dolgoff, founder of the Beer for Brains Foundation is at it again -- this time he has joined forces with the owner and chef of Bryan's Black Mountain Barbecue, Bryan Dooley, for an evening of craft brews and savory BBQ. Monday, September 12th, enjoy a  four-course meal starting with Bryan's Smoked sausage and continuing with a warm tomato and asparagus salad, BBQ Cabrito Brunswick Stew, and cardamon snickerdoodles with blackberry and desert honey ice cream. Each course with be paired with two expertly selected brews from Maui Brewing Co, Full Sail, Deschutes, and Dogfish Head. The dinner is limited to 60 people. Tickets are $60 ++ per person. A portion of the proceeds will go to the Big Brains Foundation. For more information or to RSVP call 480-575-7155. To learn more about the Beer for Brains Foundation click here

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