The Coosa-Mt. Laurel Connection

Everything is connected. Rivers are the original social networkers of nature. For example, The community of Mt. Laurel & its farm are at the headwaters of the North Fork of Yellow Leaf Creek which runs past the Coosa Riverkeeper office and flows into Lay Lake of the Coosa River in Wilsonville. This beer dinner brings to all home- to the Coosa.

You’re invited to join Coosa Riverkeeper and Stone’s Throw Bar & Grill on November 7th at 6 PM for a 4-course dinner in Mt. Laurel! Chef Chris Harrigan will use fresh, local produce from Mt. Laurel Farm & Heron Hollow Farms and each course will be paired with a tasty craft beer.

 Purchase your tickets now for a dinner that will sure leave your taste buds happy!

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The Menu

NIBBLES (Finger Food before Seating)
Fried Okra & Harissa Dipping Sauce
Assorted & mixed Topping Flat Bread Crisps

paired with Back 40 Beer Company’s Naked Pig Pale Ale & Truck Stop Honey Brown 

FIRST COURSE

Mixed Baby Greens Salad with Crispy Goat Cheese, Candied Walnuts, Balsamic Pickled Onions & Champagne Vinaigrette

paired with Terrapin Beer Company’s Treehugger Altbier

MAIN COURSE (a choice between)

 48-hour Braised Beef Short Ribs with Saffron Onions, Quinoa, Arugula Pesto & Natural Jus

Southern Fried Catfish Plate with Cider Cole Slaw, Hushpuppies, Herb Roasted Potatoes & Spicy Remoulade Sauce

Vegetarian Herbed Pappardelle Pasta with Seasonal Vegetables from our Local Organic Farmers

paired with Good People Brewing Company’s Brown Ale

DESSERT

Meyer Lemon-Buttermilk Panna Cotta with Fuyu Persimmon Coulis & Raspberries

paired with Avondale Brewing Company’s Cherry Saison

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