Wild Game & Beer Dinner with Dragoon Brewing Co. at The Dutch Eatery & Refuge (MENU)


January 3, 2019
By Matt Sterner

Get wild with four courses & four beers.

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The Dutch Eatery & Refuge is getting wild with Dragoon Brewing Company and plating a “Go Wild! Wild Game and Beer” dinner from 6 – 8 p.m. on Saturday, January 26.

This meal is for those with an urge to take a walk on the wild side with their palate, and perhaps try something you’ve never eaten before. For example, have you ever chatted with others over a warm plate of wild boar sausage and sauerkraut stamppot, or a dessert featuring crispy pheasant?

Dragoon Brewing Company has also created something special with Mother Road Brewing Company from Flagstaff, and is pairing their new Southern Trails Saison with one of the courses. In fact, every course will be paired with one of Dragoon’s brews.

Seats are $48 per person. Reservations are required and can be made by calling (520) 792-6684.

Wild Game & Beer Dinner Menu

First Course
  • Pheasant Confit Salad
  • Paired with Dragoon’s Santa Cruz’r
Second Course
  • Sauerkraut Stamppot and Wild Boar Sausage – with crab apples and mustard sauce
  • Paired with the Dragoon/Mother Road collaboration Southern Trails Saison
Third Course
  • Bison Osso Buco
  • Paired with Dragoon IPA
Fourth Course
  • Warm Chocolate Torte – with caramelized pheasant crisps
  • Paired with Dragoon’s StoutStanding

The street parking is limited but free after 5 p.m. and The Dutch will also validate parking in the nearby Tyndall Garage.

The Dutch Eatery & Refuge is located in Main Gate Square at 943 E. University Blvd. For more information, call (520) 792-6684 or stay up to date with The Dutch Eatery & Refuge’s Facebook event page.

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