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Wednesday, March 27, 2013


Exterior of the Grill at Torrey Pines located at the Lodge at Torrey Pines hotel

GUEST BLOG—By Ryan Lamb, Executive Editor, West Coaster Beer Magazine.

The Grill at Torrey Pines has played host to local craft beer heavyweights like Ballast Point, Coronado and The Lost Abbey for past beer dinners, but this Wednesday they’re switching it up to focus on one of San Diego’s newest breweries, Acoustic Ales Brewing Experiment.
Brewing in the original Mission Brewery building, Acoustic Ales is bringing five of their creations to pair with Executive Chef Daniel Boling’s menu.

The Grill at Torrey Pines is classy, yet less fussy
than its culinary giant and big brother A.R Valentien
The cost of these Brewers’ Dinners is $75 including beers, food, tax, gratuity and valet parking. Reservations can be made by calling 858-777-6645 or by visiting the link above.

Wednesday Dinner Schedule & Menu
6:30 p.m. – Reception:

Coconut-crusted local seabass and curried lentil salad, paired with “Passion Pils” Session Pils with passion fruit.

7 p.m. –  First Course:
Shrimp and grits, Anson Mills white grits, white cheddar, Tasso ham and crispy kale, paired with “Tush” Double Dry-Hopped Session IPA.

Second Course:
Jamaican jerk chicken thigh, beer-braised cabbage, roasted young carrots and pickled kumquats, paired with “Mad Dub” Unfiltered Belgium Brown Ale.

Third Course:
Slow-roasted leg of lamb, mole negro, banana leaf and oatmeal tamale, paired with “Unplugged” Oatmeal Stout with dark drown sugar and molasses.

Almond milk panna cotta, apple butter and honey almond granola, paired with “The Groupie” Unfiltered Strong Belgium Blond.

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