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Belgian Beer Brunch, yes please!

Do I even have to tell you that the Belgian Beer Brunch is going to be incredible? Front Range BBQ is pulling out the stops and will be serving quite an exquisite five-course breakfast-time feast this weekend (Sunday) featuring seven wonderful beers. Have you ever drank beer this early in the morning? On special occasions I have, and it’s a lovely couple hours. In fact I’ve been to a FRBBQ beer brunch and it was truly a great time. The same way I imagine that a mimosa or a bloody mary are the perfect remedies for those hazy mornings after long nights of fun a beer brunch is perfect for a day where you’d just like to chill out, be convivial, and enjoy the crisp air. I can’t recommend this event enough.

Here is more information, including the menu and RSVP info:
Belgian Beer Brunch
Sunday, Nov. 11th / 10am
At Front Range BBQ / 2330 W. Colorado Ave, Colorado Springs
$50 all inclusive / RSVP at 719.632.2596

Salutation Biere
Blanche De Bruxelles Mimosa

Sweet Potato Waffle, Cream Stout Marshmallow, Fresh Orange Marmalade
Bieres: Petrus Aged Pale Ale, New Belgium Biere de Garde

Le Plat Suivant
Artisan Sausages including Spiced Pork Sausage, Hatch Green Chili Chicken Sausage, Sage-Cranberry Pork Sausage with Monthchevre Artisan Goat Cheeses and Fresh Baked Herbed Focaccia Bread.
Biers: Saison DuPont, McChouffe

Le Plat Principal
Belgian Braised Beef, Organic Root Vegetable Puree, Strong Ale Mornay Sauce
Biere: Nostradamus Strong Dark Ale

Le Plat Principal Deux
Harvest Duck Wellington, Cranberry Saison Reduction, Shoestring Frites
Biere: Monk’s Cafe Flemish Sour Ale

Smoked Serrano Chili Ice Cream, Cinnamon Beer Caramel, Pumpkin Toffee
Biere: Timmermans Pumpkin Lambica

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