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Friday, March 4, 2011

Oakland Homebrew Dinner

Posted By on Fri, Mar 4, 2011 at 12:00 PM

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Eating About Beer's Winter Homebrew Dinner

Where: CommonWealth Café and Public House, 2882 Telegraph (at 29th St.), Oakland, 510-663-3001

When: Sun., Mar. 13, 7:30 p.m.

Cost: $50 for six courses, including homebrew pairings

The rundown: Do the members of the homebrew alliance that calls itself Eating About Beer pair food with beer or the other way round? Might as well try to tease out the chicken-and-egg conundrum. For its third drink-and-chew event, EAB's planned a winter menu with an apparently seamless connection between liquid and solid. Note: Show up at Commonwealth restaurant in San Francisco on Mar. 13 and you'll be SOL; this CommonWealth's in Oakland. Set your GPS tracker accordingly.

Menu highlights: Umeboshi onigiri and marinated daikon; butter-poached lobster with Sichuan lemon-pepper gastrique; beer--braised duck leg with potato-celery root purée; bananas foster brulée

Tickets at Eventbrite

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