We are pairing a specialty Chimay strong ale with Moroccan Fish Tagine. An exceptional beer that is limited in its release and requires a dish just as special and unique. What is a tagine? It refers to the North African cookware traditionally made of clay or ceramic that cooks the succulent and slow-cooked food within the ceramic pot.
To cut through all that mouth-coating flavor of paprika, cayenne, citrus, and cumin, you need a beer that’s at once bitter, bright, and alcohol-dense. The subtle spice of Middle Eastern cuisine requires beers with a high alcohol percentage to increase the warmth that comes from the dish.
Most importantly, it is a dinner that celebrates the holidays and 150 years of the Trappist brewery, Bières de Chimay.
|cod dinner 1||$20.00|
|cod dinner 2||$20.00|
|not include tax or tip||$118.00|