Thursday, June 9, 2011

Bistro One West to Host Beer Dinner with Two Brothers Brewing Co.

Featuring a five-course menu
with beer pairings June 28

Bistro One West is hosting their first-ever beer dinner, featuring Warrenville, Ill.’s own Two Brothers Brewery Co. 6:30 p.m. June 28. Chef Doug D’Avico is preparing a delicious five-course meal to accompany the beers of Two Brothers for $45 per person (excluding tax and gratuity).

The dinner starts with Loaded Mini Sweet Potatoes with Hasselman Farm’s country bacon and house-made crème fraiche, served with Domaine DuPage. The first-course is Grilled Pork Belly topped with mole and Spence Farm’s radish salad, served with Long Haul Session Ale. The main-course is the signature Bistro One West burger, Grilled Strube Ranch Slider topped with lobster salad, served with Resistance IPA. The salad-course consists of a Papaya and Avocado Salad with chiles and green onions, served with Dog Days Seasonal Ale. The final dessert-course is Cherry Tart with “Cane & Ebel” gelato, served with Hop Juice.

For a high-resolution image of the signature
Bistro One West burger, please press here.

Bistro One West also serves the finest on-tap beers including Miller Lite, Bud Light, Stella Artois, Guinness, Sam Adams, Fat Tire, Blue Moon, Sam Adams – Winterfest, Two Bro/French Country Ale, Lagunitas IPA, Stone Pale Ale, Magic Hat #9, Lagunitas Brown Sugga, Two Brothers Heavy Handed - India Pale Ale, Iniquity Black Ale, MGD, Peroni, Seirra Nevada Pale, Fat Tire 2 Below, Left Hand Pole Star – Pilsner, Dos Eques, Goose Island 312, Coors Light and Leinenkugal Sun.

To make a reservation, please call Bistro One West at (630) 444-0600.

About Two Brothers Brewing Co.
Two Brothers Brewing Co. is a family-owned and operated microbrewery and brewpub located in the western suburbs of Chicago—founded by Jim and Jason Ebel in 1996. The brothers learned the diversity and culture of European beers through their time spent in Europe. After returning home and discovering that options in flavor-oriented craft beers were virtually non-existent, they decided to open a home beer and wine making store—The Brewer’s Coop in Naperville, Ill. and the basis of their envision to start their own brewery, Two Brothers Brewing Co.

Two Brothers Brewing Co. is still 100 percent family-owned. Their beers are currently found in Illinois, Wisconsin, Indiana, Ohio, New York, Minnesota, and Pennsylvania.

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