The feeling is rampant throughout the #DCBrews community. When you think “craft beer,” you think “Tyson’s Corner.” I know you do. There’s no sense in trying to deny it.
Well…all facetiousness aside, Tyson’s Corner is probably one of the the last places you think of when you’re looking for a tasty craft brew. Thankfully, Wildfire has set out to change your mind.
On April 18 from 6:30-9pm, head out to the Tysons Galleria Mall for an “All-Star Beer Dinner” that will pair four courses of baseball-inspired cuisine with four craft beers. Dan Steinberg, Washington Post sports writer, will be on hand to share stories from his life as a sports writer as you enjoy Chef Iddie Ishaq’s offerings paired with some baseball-inspired brews.
The cost is $45 per person, plus tax and gratuity. For more information or to make a reservation, please call Elissa or Amanda at (703) 442-9110.
Check out the menu below:
“6-4-3” Triple Play
mini half smokes, mushroom swiss sliders, salted ball park peanuts
D.C. Brau Public Ale – Nations Capital
Home of the 1924 World Series Champions – Washington Senators
— First Course —
“Bases Loaded” Buffalo Chicken Salad
field greens, grape tomatoes, celery, carrots, artichoke hearts,
hard boiled eggs, peanuts, kalamata olives, chopped pickles,
cheddar and swiss cheeses, blue cheese dressing
Brooklyn Penant Ale – Brooklyn, NY
Home of the 1955 World Series Champions – Brooklyn Dodgers
— Second Course —
“Grand Slam” Chi Town Style Italian Beef
sweet peppers, cheese fries
Goose Island Honkers Ale – Chicago, IL
Home of the 1908 World Series Champions – Chicago Cubs
“The Green Monstah” Cream Pie
semi sweet chocolate, cream filling
Sam Adams Double Bock – Boston, MA
Home of the 2007 World Series Champions – Boston Red Sox