Oct

4

Chef Chad has put together an amazing menu for Alewife’s Maryland Seafood Beer Dinner, featuring yours truly, Tuesday, October 11.

The night will start at 5 pm with a Flying Dog tap takeover both upstairs and down with dinner served at 8 pm. Now onto the menu:

First Course

  • Buffalo Crab Dip served family style
  • Paired with Woody Creek Belgian White

Second Course

  • Cream of Crab Soup with an In-Heat Wheat Crouton
  • Paired with our In-Heat Wheat Hefeweizen

Third Course

  • Roasted Chesapeake Gold Oysters with crab, Maryland corn relish, and beer mignonette
  • Paired with Dogtoberfest Marzen

Fourth Course

  • Seared crab cake with smoked bacon cream and chipotle slaw
  • Paired with Snake Dog IPA

Intermezzo

  • “Bloody Bite” Oyster shooter, Bloody Mary-style
  • Paired with Tire Bite Golden Ale

Fifth Course

  • Rockfish Imperial: Crab-stuffed Rockfish with Imperial sauce with corn on the cob, chipotle mashed potatoes, crab macaroni and cheese served family style
  • Paired with Secret Stash Harvest Ale

Sixth Course

  • Pumpkin bread pudding
  • The Fear Imperial Pumpkin Ale

Dinner is $80 with $5 for every reservation to benefit the Oyster Recovery Partnership. Only 50 spots are available for this dinner, so make your reservation today by calling Alewife at 410-545-5112.

Sep

26

Wednesday, September 28 at Grandville Moore’s in Washington, DC

Our first beer dinner – on Tuesday, September 27 – with Chef Teddy at Grandville Moore  sold out in a flash, so we decided to add another night! Join us on Wednesday, September 28 for round two with The Dog and The Doctor.

Here’s a look at the menu:

  • Secret Stash Harvest Ale paired with a local corn fritter and wild game sausage
  • Double Dog Double Pale Ale with frisse, almond brittle, fig puree, and crispy lardon
  • The Fear Imperial Pumpkin Ale with scallops, pumpkin risotto, and bacon poblano relish
  • Snake Dog IPA with duck breast, potato puree, American boucheron, and grapefruit marmalade
  • Gonzo Imperial Porter vs Barrel-Aged Gonzo Imperial Porter with blackened craw daddy’s
  • Horn Dog Barley Wine with non-traditional bread pudding and vanilla ice cream

It all begins with a happy “half” hour at 6:30 pm with dinner served at 7 pm. Dinner is $70 and reservations can be made by calling Grandville Moore’s at 202-399-2546.

Sep

22

Maggie’s is having its first Flying Dog beer dinner October 19! Here’s a look at the menu:

Crawfish Bisque

  • Crawfish, vegetables, and potatoes in a spicy tomato cream broth
  • Paired with our Doggie Style Classic Pale Ale

Roasted Game Hens

  • Seasoned and roasted game hens served with sweet potatoes and brussel sprouts
  • Paired with our Dogtoberfest Marzen

Pork Tenderloin Ragout

  • Seared tenderloin topped with black beans, onions, tomatoes, and Cajun spices – all served with Cheddar rice
  • Paired with our Raging Bitch Belgian-Style IPA

Chilean Sea Bass

  • Oven roasted fillet in curry cream sauce, raisins, grapes, and toasted pine nuts – served with roasted red skin potatoes and braised spinach
  • Paired with our In-Heat Wheat Hefeweizen

Chocolate Mocha Mousse

  • Paired with our Gonzo Imperial Porter

Dinner is $60 per person (including tax and gratuity) and reservations are required. To make yours, call Maggie’s at 410-876-6868.

Aug

8

Christopher Daniel in Timonium, Maryland is hosting a Flying Dog beer dinner Friday, August 19. Allow the menu to tempt you:

Reception

  • Passed hors doeurves
  • Paired with our Woody Creek White Belgian Wit

First Course

  • Chilled Heirloom Tomato Gazpacho and Lump Crab
  • Paired with our In-Heat Wheat Hefeweizen

Second Course

  • BBQ Duck Quesadilla with Corn, Avocado, Green Onion and Cilantro Sour Cream
  • Paired with our Doggie Style Classic Pale Ale

Third Course

  • Steamed Pale Ale Mussels with Chorizo, Shrimp and Vidalia Onions, Garlic Dipping Toast
  • Paired with our Raging Bitch Belgian-Style IPA

Fourth Course

  • Apple Cider and Chipotle Glazed Pork Loin, Slow Roasted with Sweet Potato Mash and Pineapple & Papaya Relish
  • Paired with our Old Scratch Amber Lager

Dessert

  • Chocolate Stout Bread Pudding with Stout Ice Cream
  • Paired with our Gonzo Imperial Porter

Dinner is $65 per person (inclusive). A reception begins at 6:30 pm and dinner will be served promptly at 7 pm. This event will sell out, so make your reservation today by calling Christopher Daniel at 410-308-1800.

Aug

5

When getting together with a restaurant’s staff and chef is as much fun as it was with Monocacy Crossing, you know the dinner is going to be good.

Join us for a night of good people, good beer, and good food Wednesday, August 17. Here’s a glimpse of the menu:

Appetizer: Paired with our In-Heat Wheat Hefeweizen

  • Mini shrimp and crab souffles
  • Seared kangaroo carpaccio loin crostini
  • Smoked Gouda-stuffed patty
  • Pan squash arancini
  • Citrus salmon rillette toasts
  • Yuzu-marinated portobello fries

First Course: Paired with our Snake Dog IPA

Tandoori-spiced Hamachi filet with pickled papaya, mango, and carrot slaw

Second Course: Paired with our fall seasonal, Dogtoberfest Marzen

Braised elk shoulder with prunes over barley risotto

Third Course: Paired with our Double Dog Double Pale Ale

Smoked beef hangar steak over blue cheese Swiss chard, roasted cauliflower, and salsa verde

Dessert: Paired with our Gonzo Imperial Porter

Espresso pot de creme with Gonzo Moon Pie

Dinner is at 7 pm and is $55 per person. Reservations are required, so make yours by calling Monocacy Crossing at 301-846-4204.

Jul

21

The Valley Grill at Hollow Creek Golf Club (in Middletown, Maryland) is hosting their first Flying Dog beer dinner August 4. Here’s a glimpse at the menu:

Appetizer

  • Mini Quesadilla filled with ghost chile marinated beef, a blend of cheeses and fresh mango salsa and topped with mango sour cream
  • Paired with our Snake Dog IPA

Salad

  • Asian salad made with a blend of spring lettuces, Mandarin oranges, red onion, tomato, chow mien noodles, and soy-ginger vinaigrette
  • Paired with our Raging Bitch Belgian-Style IPA

Intermezzo

  • Mini pretzel cup filled with peanut butter mousse
  • Paired with our Old Scratch Amber Lager

Main Course

  • Airline chicken breast stuffed with creamy Boursin herb cheese and topped with tomato bruschetta
  • Paired with our In-Heat Wheat Hefeweizen

Dessert

  • Goat cheese and lemon tart with a ginger snap crust
  • Paired with our Woody Creek Belgian White

Finale

  • Homemade vanilla ice cream floated in our Barrel-Aged Gonzo Imperial Porter and topped with shaved candied orange peel

Dinner will be served at 6:30 pm. Reservations are required, so make yours today by calling Hollow Creek at 301-371-0400.

Jun

20

Bluegrass Tavern in Federal Hill is hosting their first Flying Dog beer dinner on Wednesday, July 6. Here’s a look at the menu:

  • Witbier steamed razor clams with orange infused Belgian mayonnaise, coriander dusted potato straws, cilantro salad — Paired with our Woody Creek White Belgian Wit
  • Chicken fried veal sweetbread with hoppin’ john, Virginia ham consomme, preserved sunchoke — Paired with our Tire Bite Golden Ale
  • Soy cured air dryed piedmont ridge eye of round with soy bean quacamole, grated cashew, avocado oil


 — Paired with our Doggie Style Classic Pale Ale
  • Scottish hare ballontine with Cherrywood smoked barley, sauce chasseur, 
champignons, drunken cherries — Paired with our Backyard Ale (limited edition collaboration with Chef Bryan Voltaggio)
  • Grilled Snake River Farms wagyu short rib and kurobuta pork belly with crispy egg yolk, kimchee puree, mirin infused cucumber — Paired with our Single Hop Imperial IPA with Centennial

Dinner is $65 (not including tax and gratuity) per person. Reservations are required, so make yours today by calling Bluegrass at 410-244-5101.

Jun

16

We’re hosting our first beer dinner at Quynn’s Attic Tuesday, June 28. And from the looks of the menu, it won’t be our last.

First Course

  • Poached jumbo shrimp, grapefruit, roasted red pepper coulis
  • Paired with our In-Heat Wheat Hefeweizen

Second Course

  • Baby greens, breaded goat cheese, crisp shallots, sun-dried tomato vinaigrette
  • Paired with our Old Scratch Amber Lager

Third Course

  • Caramelized sea scallops, roasted sweet corn and edamame succotash, cilantro oil
  • Paired with our Tire Bite Golden Ale

Fourth Course

  • Smoked bacon-wrapped veal, pork, and beef mini-meatloaf, chipotle maple infused sweet potato puree, haricot vert, veal and ale jus
  • Paired with our Snake Dog IPA

Finale

  • Chocolate raspberry fondant
  • Paired with our Gonzo Imperial Porter

Dinner is $55 per person. Reservations are required and can be made by calling Quynn’s Attic at 301-695-9656.

May

9

From their farm and our brewery to the table, The Restaurant at Patowmack Farm is hosting their first Flying Dog beer dinner on Friday, May 20.

The Restaurant at Patowmack Farm is a farm-to-the-table concept with exceptional local, organic, and sustainable cuisine. Here’s a glimpse at the night’s menu:

Reception

  • Fried dumpling of Cherry Glen chevre, nepitella, crudo of asparagus, Surryano ham, and bitter lettuce
  • Paired with our In-Heat Wheat Hefeweizen and Tire Bite Golden Ale

Canape

  • Button mushroom in cocoa barley dirt, sunchoke mulch, and elderberry syrup
  • Paired with our limited-edition Coffee Stout

First Course

  • Soft cooked farm egg wot, Berbere spiced vegetable stew, injera, and preserved Meyer lemon
  • Paired with our Snake Dog IPA

Second Course

  • Hedgeapple farm beef patty, morel mushrooms, pea shoots, trickling springs buttermilk, and sorrel
  • Paired with our Road Dog Porter

Third Course

  • Caramel chicken of Ayrshire, turnip greens, crispy saffron rice, and cilantro
  • Paired with our Double Dog Double Pale Ale

Fourth Course

  • Straciatella custard, fried malt, violet candy, and Gonzo froth
  • Paired with our Barrel-Aged Gonzo Imperial Porter

Friandise

  • Green tea macaroon with lemon buttercream
  • Paired with our Doggie Style Classic Pale Ale

Dinner is $65 per person (not including tax and gratuity). Reservations are required and can be made by calling the restaurant at 540-822-9017.

Apr

1

In honor of our Road to the Perfect Pour pairing competition with our Snake Dog IPA and range of Buffalo Wild Wings sauces, we created a Craft Beer TV game show on everyone’s favorite topics: beer and food!

Can our first contestant take the heat? Find out for yourself.

In the Frederick area? Join us at Buffalo Wild Wings in Urbana Monday, April 4 at 7 pm. That’s where BWW’s Cinderella Sauce will be crowned (and plenty of Snake Dog IPA will be drunk).

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