Falling for this Beer-infused Dinner

DEERHURST RESORT, November 9 2018 - They're at it again. Executive Chef Rory Golden at Deerhurst knows that beer is making culinary headlines as craft beer fans discover the pairing power at dinner time (or anytime you're enjoying a fresh one). We worked together to bring you this seasonal menu that Ventures Off the Beaten Path with four different beer-infused dishes. Bring a bottomless belly to enjoy their 3-course meal at $39.95 per head at Compass Grill and Bar and the Maple Pub. November Only! Book the Cheers to Beer Package at Deerhurst. Detour and Five Onion ingredients for soupHarvest Ale Ontario Five Onion Soup Our Harvest Ale is made with 100% Ontario ingredients, offering a soft biscuit malt with grassy notes and sharp kick of hop bitterness that cuts beautifully through the salty tang of assorted onions. This year, we worked with Tavistock Hops, Canada Malting, Barn Owl Malt, and Escarpment labs to create our Ontario brew. Not only does Harvest Ale contribute to the savoury soups of the world, but it supports over 250 jobs in Ontario! Braised Beef with a bottle of Mad TomMad Tom Braised Beef Sitting pretty atop a scoop potatoes au gratin, this beef has been braised in a rich Mad Tom beer sauce. The beer gets cooked up with all the seasonings and autumn veggies that tops this dish before the seared meat is placed in the sauce and cooked through in the oven. Mad Tom would be proud! Mad Tom IPA is among the first celebrated IPAs to enter the Ontario market and continues to satisfy hop-lovers across Canada. If you love Mad Tom, give Twice A Mad a go for a bigger kick of hops and higher ABV. Muskoka Craft Lager Supreme of ChickenMuskoka Craft Lager Supreme of Chicken Filled with sun-dried cranberries and brie, the chicken is brushed with a Craft Lager gastrique glaze and accompanied by roasted potatoes and fresh vegetables. Pair it with Craft Lager (as these menu items pair perfectly with their infused brews), or try a Detour if you like a splash of citrus with your chicken. Those cranberries we mentioned are grown in Johnston's Cranberry Marsh in Bala, Muskoka, where we also source the best cranberries for our Winter Beard stout. Open year-round for tours, watch out for Johnston's ice skating trail this winter. Shinnicked Creme BruleShinnicked Stout Coffee Crème Brulee Save room for dessert and crack into this classic crème brule with a reduction of our Shinnicked Stout. Where does the coffee come in to play? Our award-winning stout is made with coffee from another local partner, Muskoka Roastery. We use their Lumberjack blend in our beer and it has a dedicated place in our coffee mugs (and hearts) around the office. Visit the roastery, brewery or local grocers to find a bag of Muskoka-inspired blends of grinds and beans. If you're passionate about craft beer, we highly recommend taking next steps to discover the world of beer pairings and beer-infused dishes. Shoot us a message on social if you ever need recommendations, classes or better yet, taste testers? We've been running beer and food programs for a while, so we've got some wisdom and a whole lot of sampling under our belt to help guide you along your food and beer Venture Off the Beaten Path.

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