This is the first in what Steelheads Alley describes as a quarterly series of brewer’s dinner events. As we’ve reported previously, Métier Brewing is the resident brewer at Steelheads Alley, the new restaurant, bar, and eventual brewery across the street from T-Mobile Park.
The first in the series takes place on Thursday, March 23rd, and features beers from Métier Brewing paired with a menu created by Chef Sabrina Tinsley of Seattle’s esteemed Osteria la Spiga. Here are all the details including the information you need to secure your spot at the table.
Steelheads Alley Launches Brewer’s Dinner Series
SEATTLE, March 14, 2023 —Rodney Hines of Métier Brewing Company, and resident brewer of Steelheads Alley, is thrilled to kick off a new quarterly Brewer’s Dinner Series on Thursday, March 23.
Chef Sabrina Tinsley of Osteria la Spiga will create a multi-course Italian-inspired menu paired with beers by Métier. Chef Tinsley and Hines will be on hand to engage with guests throughout the evening.
The evening begins at 5:30pm with a welcome reception that features antipasti and a cocktail that showcases Métier’s sparkling hop water. Guests will sit down to dinner at 6:30pm.
The menu for the evening is as follows:
Beet Carpaccio with orange citronette, arugula emulsion, and formaggio di fossa crema.
Métier Brewing Company Horizon IPA
Shredded Pork Shank on tigelle smothered in beer gravy.
Métier Brewing Company Belgian Dubbel
Steak and Potatoes – shoestring potatoes, sunny side up egg, butter-basted filetto, and truffle vellutata.
Métier Brewing Company Kolsch
Formaggio Flan with porter beer gelatin.
Métier Brewing Company Black Stripe Coconut Porter
Cost of the dinner is $90/person, plus tax and gratuity, and includes a gift bag with pralines and a bottle of Métier’s Manumission. Tickets are required and can be purchased here https://www.eventbrite.com/e/brewers-dinner-series-tickets-568298123987
A portion of the proceeds from the evening will benefit la Spiga’s Future of Diversity program. The Future of Diversity program features guest chefs and artisans of color to showcase their culinary talents, delicious food and drink, and other interesting concepts at la Spiga.
“I’ve always had a passion for different cultures, and I love meeting new chefs—learning about what they are doing in the community,” said Sabrina Tinsley, executive chef of la Spiga. “This program is a culmination of my desire to inspire, mentor, and highlight people of diverse backgrounds, and is also one of the ways I enjoy connecting with our BIPOC community and bringing us closer together.”
For more beer-related events around Washington, check out the Washington Beer Blog’s events page.