Avery Beer Dinner: POINT BREAK

Director Kathryn Bigelow
Year 1991
Starring Patrick Swayze, Keanu Reeves and Gary Busey
Run Time 120min
More Info IMDb

Before Kathryn Bigelow was making movies about Iraq War bomb techs and SEAL Team 6 hunting down Osama Bin Laden, she was making IMPORTANT movies about vampires in the southwest and unruly gangs of surfer bank robbers. The ex-Mrs. James Cameron has never been more adept than when she took the pulse-pounding sports of high-flying skydiving and totally tubular surfing and mashed them together with a tale of heists, sex, and Gary Busey eating meatball sandwiches.

POINT BREAK may be a guilty pleasure for some; however, there is no denying that this film is most excellent.  Kathryn Bigelow delivers the goods and so will we with a five-course feast paired with Avery beer. Let your taste buds paddle out into an extreme line-up freshly prepared food from Chef Seth Rexroad and mouth-watering brew from Avery. A worthy feast for even the pickiest of ex-presidents.

Senior Brewmaster Andy Parker will be on hand to dicsuss each of the Avery beers served.

The Beer Dinner line-up:

Young and Dumb
Chicken and Waffles, Bacon Maple Glazed Donut, Beer Maple Syrup
Paired with Out of Mind Coffee Stout

Shrimp and Fries
Jumbo Fried Shrimp, with hand cut potato fries, melon, mango gastrique
Paired with Avery IPA

The 50 Year Storm
Ahi Tartar, Beer Battered Cod, Tartar Sauce, Mussels sautéed in Beer
Dish prepared with Salvation Belgian Strong Ale; paired with Karma Belgian Pale Ale

Utah Gimme Two
Italian Sausage/Beef Meatballs, Roasted Tomato Marinara, French Baguette
Paired with Hog Heaven Barleywine

100% Pure Adrenaline
Chocolate Ice Cream, Raspberry, Arbol Marshmellows,  
Paired with Mephistopheles Imperial Stout

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