El Dorado County area brewers will bring their fine brews to be paired with expertly prepared cuisine for a fun-filled fall celebration of beer and food in the Cellar at the Smith Flat House, 2021 Smith Flat Road in Placerville. The Fall Brewers’ Dinner is Sunday, Nov. 10 at 5 p.m.
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El Dorado County has a rich brewing history going back to the Gold Rush days and local brewers are keeping the passion for suds alive.
Diners will enjoy select beers from Gold Hill Brewery, Mraz Brewery of El Dorado Hills and Old Hangtown Beer Works. Two Rivers Cider Co. is also participating.
Jason Spencer, owner of the Cellar, and Chef Jesse, have put together another extraordinary multi-course meal with beer pairings.
After tasting a Cream Ale Greeting Beer by Mraz, feast on anchovies two ways, house made spaetzel with white Cheddar cream sauce with bacon and Brussels sprouts, braised pork in apricot broth with carmelized shallots and crispy leeks, and pumpkin cheesecake with spiked whip cream.
Offerings from Old Hangtown Beer Works will include the Zeissweiss Hefeweiss Bier and the Smokey Canyon Rauch (smoke) Bier.
Dinner and beer tasting reservations are $45 and designated drivers pay $30.
For reservations contact the Cellar at 530-621-1003.