Devotay and Lion Bridge Brewery team-up for 4x4x40 dinner and beer event

Photo by Adam Burke


Devotay hosts Lion Bridge Brewery
Tuesday, Sept. 6 at 6 p.m.
Reservations Required, $40

Tonight at 6 p.m., Devotay restaurant of Iowa City will be teaming up with Lion Bridge Brewery (Cedar Rapids) for a four-course beer and food pairing — reservations are required, and tickets are $40.

Devotay Executive Chef Daniel Knowles composed the menu, and Little Village has a preview:

  • Eggplant and sweet pepper fries Workman’s Compensation (English Mild Ale) to be served alongside.
  • Sausage-stuffed, tandoori chicken wings with ancho chile and green onion coleslaw paired with Disaster at the Meux (Brown Porter).
  • Heirloom cherry tomatoes and sweet corn on local greens with black trumpet mushrooms paired with Yard Sale IPA.
  • Chicken curry with Jimmy Nardello peppers and golden raisins over rice with Kundera Kölsch.

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