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Enjoy Forbidden Root Beers Paired With Arami's Japanese Cuisine

By Melissa McEwen in Food on Jun 8, 2015 8:55PM

(Forbidden Root/Arami's website)

This fall Forbidden Root will open their brewpub on Chicago Avenue in West Town. In the meantime you can enjoy their beers in the same neighborhood paired with Arami's (1829 W. Chicago Ave.) food on Thursday June 11 starting at 7 p.m. Arami chefs Ajay Popli and Nelson Vinansaca have planned out a menu inspired by and paired with all of Forbidden Root's current brews, known for their fascinating botanical ingredients like wildflowers and roasted chestnuts.

Grab a ticket for $70 a person at Arami's website and check out the menu below:

Forbidden Root Beer Dinner At Arami

First Course
Scallop Crudo
Forbidden Root Wildflower Pale Ale

Fecond Course
Chef's Choice Nigiri/sashimi
Forbidden Root Sublime Ginger Wheat Ale

Third Course
Buta No Kakuni Soy-dashi Braised Pork Belly
Forbidden Root, Forbidden Root Beer

Fourth Course
Roasted Rabbit Loin Glazed Carrot, Maitake
Forbidden Root Shady Character Porter

Fifth Course
Dark Chocolate Macaroon, Plum Sorbet
Forbidden Root Divine Mud, Heavy Petal Imperial Stout