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Backwards Down the Number Line Reverse Dinner & Beer Pairing at Dead Low Brewing

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Join us for an unique four course dining experience. Award winning head chef Scotty Berens has prepared a mouth watering menu to pair with Dead Low Brewing's extraordinary beer. This dinner will begin with dessert and end with an appetizer. A reverse style eating experience you will certainly rave about. Tickets are valued at $75 per guest. This will include four courses with paired beer. Menu available on EventBrite Doors open at 6:00; Reverse dinner experience begins at 6:30

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