About a year ago, I discussed a few restaurants that treated craft beer like a beverage that not only belonged on the menu, but also complimented the dishes they were serving.  One of the restaurants I highlighted was Sidney Street Cafe, so it should come as no surprise that Sidney Street will be hosting a New Belgium Brewing beer dinner on Tuesday, June 26th.

This beer dinner will be hosted by New Belgium’s brewmaster Peter Bouckaert. Mr. Bouckaert joined New Belgium in 1996 and has been instrumental in their sour beer program. I had a chance to meet him once and can tell you that he’s a warm and interesting guy.

This five course dinner will start at 6:30PM on June 26th and will run you $100 per person. Reservations can be made by calling 314-771-5777. Here’s a look at the amazing menu:

Shift Pale Lager

First Course
King Salmon crudo, garbanzos, pickled rhubarb, puffed rice, cream cheese Gribiche
Tart Lychee

Second Course
Corned Sweetbread Hash, strawberry jam, sourdough griddle cake, poached egg
Fat Tire

Third Course
Pan-Roasted Redfish, ham-hock and ginger dumplings, broccoli, preserved lemon, ham-hock broth
Somersault Ale

Fourth Course
Slow Roasted Missouri Lamb shoulder, ragout of rib and neck, loin, beet risotto, cheese curds, and jus
2010 La Folie

Fifth Course
“Snicker Bar” Chocolate mousse, honey nougat, roasted peanuts, dulche de leche, ganache, dry caramel, chocolate bourbon sorbet
1554 Enlightened Black Ale