Wed, Apr 08 | BKD's Backyard Joint

An Evening with Four Peaks Brewing Co.

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An Evening with Four Peaks Brewing Co.

Time & Location

Apr 08, 2020, 6:30 PM
BKD's Backyard Joint, 980 E Pecos Rd, Chandler, AZ 85225, USA

About The Event

There’s nothing better than delicious food paired with an expertly crafted ice-cold beer, which is why BKD’S Backyard Joint is teaming up with Four Peaks Breaking Co. for a beer dinner on April 18 at 6:30 PM! 

Join us for a 3-course beer-centric dinner featuring BKD’S Executive Chef Mark’s delicious food and the award-winning beer of Four Peaks Brewing Co. During the dinner, a brewmaster from Four Peaks will be discussing the brewing process and telling you all about the three featured pints of beer you’ll be tasting. 

This beer dinner has a limited amount of tickets, so buy yours today! $25 per person for pre-purchased tickets. $29 per person at the door (the day of the beer dinner). Pre-purchase tickets in person at BKD’S Backyard Joint before April 18.

First-Course: Chips with Gouda Cheese Sauce and spicy green chili 

Paired with Hop Knot Hop Knot features five American hop varieties—Bravo, Glacier, Liberty, Simcoe, and Cascade—woven into the brewing process at seven different intervals for bold hop flavor intertwined with crisp, clean bitterness. It’s knot your average IPA.

Second - Course: Pulled pork slider and a brisket burger slider – grilled brisket patty topped with melted Gruyere Cheese, bacon jam & arugula

Paired with Kilt Lifter Kilt Lifter is our award-winning flagship brew, crafted in the tradition and honor of the great strong ales of Scotland. Take one sip and you’ll swear it had been brewed by men in kilts—and maybe it was. It’s a full-bodied ale with pronounced flavors of caramel and roasted barley. Notice its amber color, malty sweetness and a hint of smokiness with a clean, dry finish? That’s a true Scottish-style ale.

Third - Course: Funnel cake fries topped with powdered sugar and Peach Melba dipping sauce

Paired with Peach Little-known fact: Arizona grows some prime peaches. This delicious golden ale is infused with the fruit to give you all of the peach with none of the sweet.

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