Guest Post: Vegansaurus D.C. and Baltimore: Great Sage’s Beer Pairing Dinner!  »

I found out a few days ago that an employee at Great Sage considers me a “regular.” I really shouldn’t be surprised considering I eat there at least once a week, but I thought that I was more discreet than that. Going in twice in one day probably didn’t help, but come on, a girl has to eat three meals a day plus dessert, right? Now I just imagine that every time I go in, the wait-staff must snicker.

As a regular, I feel it’s my duty to spread the word about Great Sage’s beer pairing dinner that is going down in just over a week. Of course I’ll be there!

Here are the details:
Beer Pairing Dinner
, featuring vegan beers from Samuel Smith Brewery
Monday, Oct. 24, from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m.
Great Sage, 5809 Clarksville Square Dr., Clarksville, M.D. (443) 535.9400
$55 per person (plus tax and gratuity, reservations required, limited seating, not gluten-free)

Tasting 1: Organic Lager, Grilled Romaine, roasted pepper, hearts of palm, chili crackers and rosemary-black truffle vinaigrette.

Tasting 2: Tadcaster Ale, Quinoa and lemon-herb ‘tabouli’ with red bell pepper and parsley garlic emulsion.

Tasting 3: Indian Pale Ale, Crimson lentil stew with coconut and tomato over Indian curry fire rice.

Tasting 4: Italian Oatmeal Stout, Crisp seitan-“feta”-spinach phyllo tart with garlic whipped Yukon potatoes and stout glaze.

Dessert: Pumpkin cheesecake with pomegranate syrup [Ed.: HOLY SHIT].

How delicious does this menu sound!? Make your reservations now, Washingtonians and Baltimoreans!

Shay Kemble is an aspiring lifestyle writer in Washington, D.C. She believes she can bring humor to any situation and will do so on her upcoming blog.

[photo of Great Sage’s Peach Napoleon via Yelp]

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