The event will pair five of the brewery’s beers (plus a “welcome” brew) — all brewed from historical recipes using methods similar to those used in Dayton breweries in the mid-19th century — with five food courses prepared by Carillon Brewing and Dayton History Food and Beverage Director José Calzada.
The event will be held from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. Monday, March 25 at the brewery and restaurant at 1000 Carillon Blvd.
Tickets are $55 for members of the non-profit organization Dayton History, and $60 for non-members, and are available online at daytonhistory.org or by calling (937) 293-2841.
Here’s the menu for the “Historic Beer + Dinner Pairing” event:
- Welcome Beer: Carillon Brewing Irish Red Ale
- First Course: Bone Marrow with Bread & Bacon Jam, Ginger Pale Ale
- Second Course: Scallop & Shrimp Ceviche, Berliner Weisse
- Third Course: Braised Short Rib with Creamy Rosemary Polenta and Green Beans, Spruce Ale
- Fourth Course: Pan Roasted Monkfish served with Braised Leek & Spinach, Coriander Ale
- Fifth Course: Plum Tart with Cinnamon Ice Cream and Porter Reduction, Beet Ale
Nilsen and Calzada will guide attendees through each course.