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Beer tasting at a BYOB

Chef Al Paris at Heirloom Fine American Cookery (8705 Germantown Ave. in Chestnut Hill) will host a dinner on Wednesday, June 5 at which six dishes will be paired with a dozen craft beers.

Beer tasting at a BYOB

During Philly Beer Week, at least one BYOB is getting into the act.

Chef Al Paris at  Heirloom Fine American Cookery (8705 Germantown Ave. in Chestnut Hill) will host a dinner on Wednesday, June 5 at which six dishes will be paired with a dozen craft beers. Tickets are $50.

Paris will partner with Nevulis Beverages of Schnecksville, Pa., in a walk-around tasting from 6 to 9 p.m.

Representatives from every brewery will be on hand to answer questions and offer beer and menu pairing suggestions.

Menu:

o Smoked Galveston Shrimp with Fennel Pollen Crème

o Braised Shortrib with Fresno Jam

o Raspberry Cured Salmon with Chive Gelee

o Duck Breast with Black Olive Tapenade

o Shropshire Cheddar Tart with Caramelized Apple

o Wild Mushroom Strudel with Truffle Mustard

Beers: 

o Collesi, Appecchio Italy- Rosso Red Ale

o HighNoon, Leavenworth KS- Raspberry Wheat

o Fishtale, Olympia WA-Oatmeal Stout

o 3 Heads Brewing, Rochester NY- Rochestafarian Wee Heavy Ale

o Cottrell Brewing, Pawcatuck CT- Mystic IPA

o Thomas Creek, Greenville SC - Dopplebock

o Naked, Trevose, PA - Pomegranate Wheat

o Spire Mt., Olympia WA - Pear Cider

o Birra Montenetto, Brescia, Italy - Pilsner

o Lake of Bays, Ontario Canada - Pale Ale

o Hoppy, Sacramento CA - Amber Ale

o Lacu, Belgium - Blonde Ale.

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