(WA) Seattle Beer Week: Chuckanut Brewery Dinner

Chuckanut's Spring Beer Dinner Bellingham, WA - Spring has been upon us for several weeks and although it doesn't feel like Spring, it's also a reminder that another of Chuckanut’s seasonal dinners is coming up. Featured inside the brewery you as a guest of the Kempers as Will and Mari (along with Head Brewer Kevin Davey) educate you on the ways of pairing beer with food.

From Dilly Beans to Roasted Lamb Chops, there is something for each and every one. So stop reading this and start looking at the menu.



First Course

  • Dilly Beans. house picked green beans, paired with Kolsch German Ale

Second Course

  • Spring Salad & Full Circle Bacon. fresh greens, spring flowers, and our own Fennel Brown; paired with Helles Lager

Third Course

  • Lamb Chops. Roasted Lamb chops with Israeli Couscous, and house made Romesco; paired with Amber Ale


  • Caramel-Apple Tart. Tart Tartin with local Vanilla Ice Cream, Sticke (Secret) Alt

May 19th, 2010 6:00 PM PST $39 (includes gratuity)
Spring Beer Dinner, Chuckanut Brewery & Kitchen
601 West Holly Street Bellingham, WA 98225-3920 (360) 752-3377

About Chuckanut Brewery & Kitchen

Will and Mari Kemper Will Kemper has worked as brewmaster for such breweries as Thomas Kemper, Aviator Ales (Seattle), Norwester Brewing (Portland, OR), Orange County Brewery (CA), Mile High Brewing (Denver), Dock Street Brewing (Philadelphia), Capital City Brewing (Washington DC), Lowell Brewing Company (Lowell, MA), Red Bell Brewing (Philadelphia), as well as several others. For most of these breweries he engineered and supervised construction, startup, and created recipes , then trained the brewer to take over production after a predetermined time.

Will is a Diploma member of the Institute of Brewing and Distilling based in London, England as well as an active member of the MBAA (Master Brewers Association of the Americas). He holds a BS in Chemical Engineering, is an alumnus of the Siebel Institute of Technology in Brewing Microscopy and Microbiology, and completed the first Masterbrewers Program from the University of California at Davis. He taught brewery engineering for the American Brewers Guild in Davis, California for several years in the 1990s and his video lectures are still used by the Guild for their professional training courses. [more] –source, Chuckanut Brewery & Kitchen


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