If you are a fan of Sixpoint beers, as we are, you might want to reserve your Monday night for a special event at Jimmy’s No. 43. A beer-intensive pre-Valentine’s event will feature a menu inspired by/the Brooklyn beers. Several dishes use Sixpoint beers as a cooking ingredient.
Full details after the jump.
From Jimmy’s blog:
On Monday February 11, Jimmy’s No.43 will be hosting a pre-Valentine event featuring several limited, seasonal beers from Sixpoint Craft Ales of Brooklyn. Chef Phillip Kirschen-Clark will offer a menu of specials inspired by or actually prepared with The Belgian Style Triple, Scotch Ale, Guerilla Porter, as well as 2 cask ales pared with winter ingredients from the Greenmarket.
Baby lettuces w/beer pickled cherry tomatoes, radish sprouts, and sheep’s milk feta
“Bengali Tiger” I.P.A. and cave aged cheddar soup
Crab cakes with wheat beer aioli, frisee, and tarragon
Strozzapretti pasta w/ boquerones, pickled cherry tomatoes, and drunken goat cheese
Bio-dynamic barly “risotto” w/bosc pears and pecorino cheese
Miso and beer broiled “kampachi” (baby hamachi fish) w/ flageolet, and baby turnips
“Beer Mash” marinated pork belly ribs w/garlicy kale
“The Slab” Benton’s Tennesse country bacon with accoutrements
“Diesel” stout braised lamb shanks, yukon gold and marjoram puree
“Brownstone” braised oxtail w/heirloom carrots
Barley wine and toffee bread pudding
Triple apple crisp (fresh and hard cider, goldrush apples)
Monday, February 11
Jimmy’s No. 43
43 East 7th Street