Seattle, WA - The leaves are changing in some spots, and this week the air seems a bit warmer than in the past. It's moments like this that there is still a desire to get out of the house for a night out. If we can offer a small suggestion, we might suggest dinner at Hale’s on the 27th of this month (September).
You are cordially invited (seating is limited) to an intimate night at Hale’s Brewery to be educated (or reminded) on the versatility of a beer when paried with a lovingly built appetizer, entree, or dessert. As they have done in the previous Seasons, the brewery will be hosting a four course (including Dessert) dinner, paired with their award winning lineup.
For those eager to see what is in store (and hopefully make a reservation) we have attached the menu. Dinner starts around 6 (presuming) but at $50 this is well worth it.
- Heirloom Tomato and Bruscetta, Creamy Cheve spread and Balsamic Reduction
- Rabbit and Wild Mushroom Risotto
Third Course *each served with Sweet Potato Mash and Asparagus
- Choice of Grilled Wild King Salmon with Soy and Balsamic Glaze
- Top Sirloin au Poivre
- Pumpkin Burnt Cream with Cinnamon Chantilly Cream
September 27th, 2010 6:00 *start time is approximate
Fall Brewmaster Dinner, Hale’s Ales
4301 Leary Way NW Seattle, WA 98107 (206) 706-1544
When Mike Hale, founder and president of Hale’s Ales, made the statement “The main thing is to keep the main thing the main thing,” he meant it. Hale has remained true to this philosophy since the beginning of Hale’s Ales almost 25 years ago, and has committed to brewing nothing but the best quality, hand-crafted ales in the Northwest.
The vision of Hale’s Ales began in 1982 while Mike Hale spent a year bicycling among the small villages of southern England. In the course of his travels he developed a great appreciation for the traditionally brewed ales of England’s small breweries. It was then that he conceived the idea of opening a brewery in his home state of Washington to produce the kinds of ales he had come to love in England. Determined to learn the classical methods of English brewers, Hale sought out the very same small village breweries that had inspired him, in particular GALE’S BREWERY in Horndean England, and spent several months learning their trade and techniques.
After returning to the states, Hale established his first brewery in Colville, Washington. On Independence Day, 1983 Hale’s Ales released its flagship beer, Hale’s Pale American Ale, the first microbrewed pale ale in the Northwest and a top selling ale in this region ever since. [more]