Bondir at Home Spring Beer Dinner with Lamplighter


On Wednesday, March 31st, Bondir chef-owner Jason Bond and the peeps at Lamplighter Brewing Co. are joining forces to give you the best-of-the-best of the season. Toast to new beginnings with their Spring Beer Dinner at Home for Two, a four-course take-out menu complete with beer pairings for $214 (for two). You’ll experience their shared philosophy of quality and care (and well-honed technique and style) in dishes that highlight spring’s finest — white asparagus, spring onion, morels and more. Take a peek at the prix fixe below (it includes the beer pairings and corresponding descriptions) and place your order online here by 9:00am Tuesday, March 30th so they can get everything ready for you for pick-up or delivery on the 31st.

Spring Beer Dinner for Two Menu:

Red Wheat Sourdough
with Hops and Duck Cracklings

Porter and Sprouted Rye Brown Bread

White Asparagus
Mussels, Spruce Tips, Preserved Lemon
Paired with Burn After Hopping

Carbonara Consommé
Buckwheat Noodles, Fermented Spring Onion
Paired with Left on Pearl

Poulet en Vessie
Braised Collards and Morel Mushrooms
Paired with Outside Bruges

Okinawa Black Sugar-Chocolate Tart
Vanilla Diplomate Cream
Paired with Bourbon Wolves

Beer & Descriptions:

West Coast-Style IPA
Burn After Hopping is a take on a West Coast-Style IPA, brewed to be hop-forward with an assertively bitter finish. Medium-light in body, this golden ale is dry-hopped with Amarillo and Citra for notes of zesty pineapple, citrus pith, and pine. 8% ABV

Grisette Ale with Ginger
Left on Pearl is a take on a Grisette, a drinkable Belgian Farmhouse style. Brewed with Maine-grown Pilsner malts, dry-hopped with citrus-forward Lemondrop, and blended with fresh ginger juice, this beer is refreshing and delicious, with a zesty bite on the finish. Created in collaboration with, and in celebration of, the Cambridge Women’s Center. 3.9% ABV

Belgian-Style Tripel Aged in Brett
Barrels Outside Bruges is a radical take on a Belgian-Style Tripel, aged for a year in Brettanomyces-inoculated barrels of American, Hungarian, and French origin. Overtones of pineapple and ripe peach replace traditional pepper and clove aromas, riding atop a refined funk and warming alcohol presence. On the finish, a tannic backbone offers hints of oaky vanilla, resulting in a delightfully dry and complex pint. 10.2% ABV

Porter Aged in Bourbon Barrels
Bourbon Wolves begins as a house Porter, Werewolves of Cambridge, before entering bourbon barrels for four months. A decadent mix of chocolate, cocoa, and vanilla give this beer an assertive yet balanced flavor profile. Each sip finishes creamy and smooth, rounded out by a warming combination of toffee and bourbon. 11.4% ABV

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