Dinner at Lotus Farm to Table


lotus-farm-to-table-logoDate & Time: Tuesday, April 2nd, 2013, 6:30pm seating
Location: 112 West State Street, Media, PA
Cost: $55 per person ($5 will go to Slow Food Philly)

4 Seasonal courses paired with 3 complimentary Boxcar Beers (local brewery in West Chester). Menu posted below.

Lotus Farm to Table: www.lotusfarmtotable.com
Boxcar Brewing Company: www.boxcarbrewingcompany.com


First Course
basil cured scallop, baked kale, pine nuts, pork belly, orange, raw honey

Second Course
roasted onion soup, burnt sugar, sesame, sage, grilled middle neck clams (if available)

First 2 courses paired with Boxcar Original Ale

Third Course
pork tenderloin, grilled rosemary, walnut bread pudding, arugula pesto, pickled brussels
Paired with Boxcar Brown Ale

Fourth Course
candied ginger French toast, oregano, salt and pepper ice cream
Paired with Mango Ginger India Pale Ale

Tasting notes:
logoboxcarBoxcar Original Ale GOLD MEDAL WINNER
Original Ale, Boxcar’s flagship beer, was created to keep our craft-drinking friends happy and persuade our non-craft drinking friends to experience crafts. This unfiltered, moderately hopped, light-bodied transitional ale has a mild malt taste and a hint of citrus. Two different types of unroasted base malts and whole leaf cluster hops are dry hopped with whole leaf cascade hops to provide a rich flavor to this very pale ale. The bottle-conditioned brew has a clean and satisfying finish with an alcohol by volume of 5%.

Boxcar Brown Ale
A session style brown ale that has lots of subtle flavors; like walnuts, cedar, caramel, cocoa and dried cherries. Boxcar Brown is made for those times when you want a richer flavored beer that goes well with dinner and well into the night.

Mango Ginger India Pale Ale
Just in time for the warm spring days of 2012, Mango Ginger Ale is flying off shelves faster than we ever thought possible! It must be that crisp, delicious flavor taking everyone by storm. First take in fresh mango to your nose, then get a hint of ginger with the first sip. Bright mango washes it down, and finally a ginger pop comes back with hops in the finish

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