$50 for an Asian beer class for two ($100 value).
Choose from seven dates:
- Wednesday, January 8
- Thursday, January 9
- Sunday, January 12
- Wednesday, January 15
- Thursday, January16
- Sunday, January 19
Classes start at 5:30 p.m. and end at 7:00 p.m.
During the class sponsored by Big Shoulders Beer company, customers receive an introduction to the development of Asian liquor and beer while sampling wares from four different countries, including a beer replicating a 9000-year old Chinese liquor and an American craft beer brewed with lemon grass and coriander, among five total tastings. Attendees also receive one take-home pint glass and have chances to win a set of Asian beer-logo glasses.
The owner-chefs of Asian Outpost aren't just inspired by a particular style of cuisine—rather, their inspiration comes from the legacy of their Asian immigrant ancestors, who first set foot on American soil at the turn of the 20th century. Over the decades, that legacy manifested in the communal meals served at their family gatherings. Now the owners pass these family meals on—along with a slew of original Asian-American fusion dishes—at their intimate restaurant. This small space fills with the aromas of hearty ramen bowls of spiced broth and chunks of pork belly and assorted vegetables. An array of small plates, such as squash dumplings and chicken yakitori skewers, are made specifically for sharing. Touches of rustic decor complement the simple dishes: old cabinets display antique lanterns and colorful ceramics, and framed chalkboards are scrawled with upbeat messages.