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Trophy's Steakhouse Hosts Ballast Point Beer Dinner

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What happens when some of San Diego's premier craft beers are paired with the (RAWR!) wildness of the Midwest? Only twenty people get to find out.

At 6:30 p.m. on Friday, October 28, Trophy's, the "hunter's steakhouse" in Queen Creek owned by big-game hunter Kevin Dettler, will be pairing meat, fish, cheese, and dessert with six beers from Ballast Point Brewing & Spirits in San Diego.

Amid the company of animal trophies from mountain sheep, to a puma, to lots and lots of bears, twenty guests will have the opportunity to enjoy adventurous dishes like bison smoked sausage, Brazilian wild boar salad, and roasted Muscovy duck, each paired with a premier craft beer.

For the full menu and details, follow the jump.

Welcome Brie and Gouda cheese Longfin Lager

Appetizer Bison smoked sausage with roasted red potatoes Brother Levonian Saison

Salad Brazilian wild boar salad with tangerine vinaigrette Ballast Point Pale Ale

Main Course #1 Cornflake-crusted walleye topped with compound spicy butter with spicy rice stuffed poblano pepper Schooner Fresh Hop Pale Ale

Main Course #2 Roasted Muscovy duck with chanterelle mushroom risotto and asparagus Navigator Doppelbock

Dessert Caramel apple tart Big Eye IPA

The beer dinner event at Trophy's Steakhouse in Queen Creek at 6:30 p.m., Friday, October 28, is $45 a person with a limit of twenty attendees.

Cal 480-840-3981 to make reservations.

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