Lost Abbey-Port Brewing Beer Dinner 10/13

Lost Abbey-Port Brewing Beer Dinner hosted by Tomme Arthur

Tuesday, October 13, 2009 at 6:00 PM


Join us here at the Armsby Abbey with special guest, Tomme Arthur, from Lost Abbey & Port Brewing Company in San Diego, California. Alec will be on hand to talk about each course and Tomme will be here to talk about each of his beers.

This is a hearty Fall beer dinner folks – no joke – with big beers to suit and 6+ courses to thoroughly enjoy!

The Armsby Abbey will be closed to the general public this evening from 6:00 PM – 10:00 PM so all our dinner guests can thoroughly enjoy a night of great food, beer and conversation! This dinner is strictly limited to 65pp with Reservations in advance ONLY.

Please call 508.795.1012 to reserve your seat(s) NOW!

Welcome Reception
Shy Brother’s Thimble Sized Hannahbells (Westport, MA), Chevre from Crystal Brook Farm (Sterling, MA) and Smith’s Farm Extra Sharp Cheddar (Winchendon, MA)

An Assortment of Tomatoes with fresh Basil, Extra Virgin Olive Oil
and a sprinkle of Fleur de Sel Salt

Devotion House-Pickled Green Beans, Cucumbers, Beets, Peppers and Squash

House Baked Breads, Wildflower Honey from Honey Etc. (Princeton, MA), Cultured Butter, Our Homemade Peach Conserve and Sliced Apples from Tougas Farm (Northboro, MA)
Lost Abbey Devotion

1st Course
Harvest Bisque made with Port High Tide, Fresh Tomatoes and Roasted Sweet Butter/Sugar Corn, Chevre from Crystal Brook Farm (Sterling, MA) and a Chiffonade of Fresh Basil
Port High Tide

2nd Course
Red Poppy Braised Rabbit, House Pickled Breakfast Onions and
Haricots Verts in a Red Poppy Demi
Lost Abbey Red Poppy

3rd Course
Pan-Seared and Maple Braised Pork Bellies from Lucki-7 Farms (Rodman, NY) with a Spicy Buttercup Squash Confit, Massachusetts foraged Hen-of-the-Wood Mushrooms & Barley Pilaf
Port Hop 15

4th Course
Chicken Liver Paté made with Roasted Free Range Chicken Livers from Misty Knoll Farms (New Haven, VT) & Lost Abbey’s Cuvee de Tomme served with our Housemade Cape Cod Cranberry-Pistachio Conserve and Toasted Baguette
Lost Abbey Cuvee de Tomme

A Palate Cleansing Savory Sorbet made in-house with Tangerine, Lemon,
Wheat grass and Duck Duck Gooze
Lost Abbey Duck Duck Gooze

5th Course
A Dense Chocolate Cake made with an assortment of Dried Fruits accented with a rich sauce of Brandy Soaked Raisins & Dried Plums topped off with our Homemade Vanilla Bean Malt Ice Cream infused with Brandy Angel’s Share and a shard of Chocolate-Pecan Toffee
Lost Abbey Brandy Barrel Angel’s Share


9 Responses to “Lost Abbey-Port Brewing Beer Dinner 10/13”

  1. John DeLeo says:

    How much is the ticket for the 10-13 Beer Dinner?

  2. kev says:

    How much is the dinner on the 13th?

  3. Norman Miller says:

    Have you guys set a price for this yet?


  4. armsbyabbey says:

    Big Beers, Big Courses, Big $$$$… it is looking like $100+/- per person. Should be finalized early next week. As of now, there are only 15 seats left so don’t delay in making your decision! Cheers!

  5. Brian says:

    Go with the Gift of the Magi PLEASE!

  6. Steve says:

    Have you set a price, yet?

  7. JJ says:

    The $100 includes everything, tax and gratuity as well, correct?

  8. Brent says:


    If all of the previous dinners are an indication, there will be a 20% gratuity added. Considering the incredible amount of work the staff puts in, not an unreasonable number.

  9. Chris says:

    Its $95 pp….usually plus tax and gratuity. I dont know that for sure but thats how its been in the past.

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