Thursday, November 26, 2009

St Kilda Beer Diva Christmas menu

We are very excited to announce the Beer Diva is returning to St Kilda for a Christmas beer and food dinner on December 2nd. The menu for the evening will be:

1st Course - Prawn, chilli, lemon and coriander risotto with snow pea tendrils
2nd Course - Tempura zucchini flowers stuffed with ricotta and honey on ajo blanco gazpacho
3rd Course - Braised ox cheek with red wine jus frisée and glazed shallots
4th Course - Samuel Smiths chocolate and hazelnut tort served with crème Chantilly
5th Course - A selection of 3 cheeses from different parts of the world with different tastes and textures

These dishes will be expertly matched with 8 of our delicious beers.

Date: December 2nd 2009
Time: 7pm
Cost: $60 pp

We hope to see you there. Please book via the button on the right hand side of this blog.

Cheers and beers,

The Local Crew


  1. This is the same day as one of your softball games... what about those playing softball that want to come? I guess we non-players will just have to take lots of photos for you and give a detailed report on the food and beer??

  2. Hey Katja,

    Clashes are sometimes unavoidable given all the events we have. If Sluggers (like Brian and me) want to go to the Diva dinner and can find a replacement Slugger, that is fine..

    That's what I might try and do - that menu has me salivating!

  3. How bout we just forfeit the game in true Ale Star fashion...we can afford ONE loss for the season

  4. Post a loss??!! Are you mad?? :-)

    There's only about 3 Ale Stars in the Sluggers so I think we can find a work-around..

  5. How about we make it a Beer Diva Beer Picnic at, say, Fawkner Park or something nice like that, and instead of oranges at half time we could have Orangebooms and for every home run we have to skol a pot? I'd take up softball for those kinda conditions!

    and see you at the Beer Diva dinner!

    Prof Pilsner

  6. Hey Prof,

    The team that um uh err, "was better on that day" last week was doing just about that exact thing. Granted it was VB.