Pike Brewing Beer Pairing Dinner at Maximilien

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Pike Brewing and Maximilien are curating a five-course beer pairing dinner on Saturday, October 31, at 6:00pm at Maximilien in Pike Place.  The menu will feature French cuisine that is inspired by Pike Brewing’s paired beers.

Here is the menu for the event:

Raclette et Salade d’Endives – Melted Raclette cheese over steamed potato. Belgium endive salad, paired with Space Needle Golden IPA.

Bisque d’Octobre – Pumpkin bisque qith creme fraiche, paired with Harlot’s Harvest.

Les Moules aux Roquefort et biere – Penn Cove mussels steamed in Pike Locale, with cream, leeks and sun dried tomatoes, paired with Locale.

Carbonade de Sanglier – Classic beer stew wit wild boar and autumn vegetables, paired with Naughty Nellie.

Floeur Biere – Kilt Lifter Wood Aged float with Olympic Mountain vanilla ice cream, aired with Kilt Lifter.

Maximilien is a French restaurant located inside the notable Pike Place Market. The views are astounding, with panoramic views of Elliot Bay, the waterfront, The Olympic Mountains, and the Puget Sound. This is one fantastic date night venue and what better date night than a beer pairing dinner featuring a local iconic brewery and some of the best mussels in town?

The Pike Brewing is a family and employee owned brewery located n the historic Pike Place Public Market neighborhood. It was founded in 1989 by craft beer pioneers, Charles and Rose Ann Finkel. Pike Brewing handcrafts beers of character including the Pike Pale Ale, Pike IPA, Naughty Nellie, Space Needle IPA, Kilt Lifter, Monk’s Uncle, and XXXXX Stout along with seasonal offerings such as Harlot’s Harvest, Old Bawdy, Auld Acquaintance, Derby Lager, Saison Houblon, Pike Locale, and Octopus Ink.

Tickets are $59/person and seating is limited so reserve your spots quickly on Brown Paper Tickets. The event is 21+. Event is located at: Maximilien, 81A Pike Street, Seattle, WA.

Certified Cicerone®, Editor for New School Beer - Washington, she has been in the local beer industry for two years. Currently slinging beers at Stoup Brewing and is founder of the Seattle chapter of Girls Pint Out, member of Pink Boots Society, and contributor to Volume by Alcohol and Brewed For Thought.

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