Beer Degustation Dinner

Four Points By Sheraton

Celebrate Queensland's local produce and craft beer with a 5 course Beer Degustation Dinner at Four Points By Sheraton on Friday, June 14.

Hosted by Four Points By Sheraton and Brisbane-based Ballistic Beer Co, guests will enjoy a perfectly paired degustation menu created by Executive Chef Ambrose Andrews along with local brews crafted by Ballistic Beer.

To start there's slow cooked pork belly with red onions and herbs, followed by buffalo mozzarella, heirloom tomato, aged balsamic and basil oil.

Next there's BBQ duck breast with beetroot, sweet potato and green sauce, then slow cooked lamb rump with French lentil cassoulet, celeriac puree and sticky red wine jus.

And to finish, diners will be treated to warm sticky date pudding with butterscotch sauce and vanilla ice-cream.

Ballistic's brewers will be on hand throughout, sharing their knowledge and love of craft beer, as well as providing insider tips. 

Tickets are $110 per person including pre-dinner drinks.  Book now as places are limited. 

Four Points by Sheraton is a valued partner of Must Do Brisbane.com

Beer Degustation Dinner

Sazerac Bar, Level 30

Four Points by Sheraton

99 Mary St

Brisbane 

Jun 14 6-10pm

$110pp

3164 4000

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