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Coppervine Partnering with Brooklyn Brewery for Dinner

By Paul Biasco | June 9, 2014 7:09am | Updated on June 10, 2014 8:51am
 The main dining area at Coppervine.
The main dining area at Coppervine.
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LINCOLN PARK — Lincoln Park's Coppervine, which is heavily focused on food and drink pairings, is teaming up with Brooklyn Brewery for a special dinner.

The June 17 event at Coppervine will feature a four-course meal paired with rare Brooklyn Brewery brews.

Coppervine opened in December at 1962 N Halsted St. in the pursuit of finding the perfect pairing.

The restaurant normally offers up a wine, beer and cocktail for each item on the menu, but June 17's dinner will be limited to beers.

One of those beers, the Brooklyn Ridgy-Didge, was brewed in Australia and flown on a 23-hour trip to Brooklyn.

The beer, which is a collaboration with Mountain Goat Beer of Victoria, Australia, is paired with an Australian Tiger Prawn, a prawn Ridgy-Didge fritter and prawn bisque.

Seats for the four-course meal are $75.

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