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Beer Pairing at Bohemian Brewery

By Club Fed Staff
Posted // April 8,2010 -


On the evening of April 28, Club Fed and Bohemian Brewery in Midvale will host a beer and food tasting: 4 Bohemian beers paired with 4 food courses.

The cost for Club Fed members?will be $15 per person. We'd like to have you there. If you'd like to be invited to this Club Fed event, please respond (only if you can attend)?by commenting on the following question:

Tell us about a favorite beer of yours (it doesn't have to be Bohemian) or a favorite food and beer pairing. We'll be in touch.

Hope to see you?at Bohemian Brewery on the 28th!

We can only take?15 Club Fed members with?us so?if your are interested please RSVP your name and contact info?to Also, feel free to respond with any questions.

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Posted // May 3,2010 at 15:06

The experince at the Bohemian was excellent on many fronts. First was the educational experience. A well done presentation about beer in general. Second was the food and beer pairings. Everthing was excellent and delivered in a timely fashion by a very talented waitperson. Third was the tour which was interesting and informative. Finally, we enjoyed the company very much.


Posted // April 30,2010 at 09:44

A great evening with a lot (REALLY a lot!) of information by Bohemian Brewery's brewmeister. The 4 pairings were all interesting, with the dessert combo of Czerny bock and ice cream made with the same beer really excellent!! And very surprising!

Would definitely recommend the Club Fed events to any foodie looking for an fun evening!


Posted // April 29,2010 at 21:24

I went to this event and it was a lot of fun. We had 4 pairings of food and beer. The beers were a Pilsener, a Bavarian Weiss, Viennese Lager and a Cherny Bock. Different stregths of aroma, texture and bitterness or sweetness, citrusy or chocolatey. My favorite was the Weiss.

Served with the beers was a roasted garlic bulb with tomato basil tapenade, it was very light in flavor, very good. Prague salad was very good as well, but would have been better without the pastrami on it, it took away the sweetness of the cranberries and nuts. Main dish was progies and bratwurst which was very delicious, and the ending was the Cherny Bock along with ice cream made of the same bock...I would have never though that ice cream and beer could pair together, but they went together unusually well. Fun night with a great group of people as well.