Simmzy’s Manhattan Beach Unveils House-Aged Beer Tonight at New Belgium Brewing Tasting

Simmzy’s Pub in Manhattan Beach hosts a New Belgium Brewing Co., tasting event today featuring four craft beers from the Colorado-based brewery with the highlight a house-aged Clutch, described by the eatery as a “dark sour brown ale we’ve been aging since 2011.”

Other featured beers are an Imperial Coffee Chocolate Stout, a Cascara Quad (a Belgian-style beer brewed with dates and coffee cherries) and a collaboration with Quebec’s Dieu du Ciel microbrewery that has yielded a Heavenly Feijoa Tripel.

Tapping is set for 5 p.m. while the 10oz to 14oz pours will cost between $6.50 and $7.50 apiece.

For the occasion Chef Anne Conness has paired the brews with a $12.50 goat cheese souffle with bacon lardons, caramel pairs and frisee lettuce.

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