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September 3, 2019 Hotel Deals No Comments Email Email

Come in your dirndl and lederhosen because Beachhouse at the Moana is giving diners a taste of Bavaria with an Oktoberfest Feast on Friday, October 4. The popular Pairings dinner series at the culinary landmark at the Moana Surfrider is pairing the cuisine of Chef de Cuisine Colin Sato and select beers from Dave Power, Southern Wine & Spirits Beer Specialist to feature a feast in the great tradition of Oktoberfest.

The Oktoberfest feast begins with a couple of courses served dim sum style – a curated collection of delectable small bites.  A cheese intermezzo follows and slows down the meal as Sato prepares to treat his guests to a main course served family style and carved tableside.   Pastry Chef Carmen Montejo completes the feast with a decadent chocolate dessert.  Sato hopes to encourage mingling and casual conversation as guests enjoy a night of feasting and camaraderie.

Oktoberfest Feast with beer pairings:

FIRST

  • VENISON TARTARE, egg yolk gel, spicy mustard, soft pretzel
  • HAM HOCK DUMPLING, umami broth
  • SMOKED SALMON, mustard beurre blanc

PAIRINGS: Breakside Pilsner, Oregon + Gigantic Brewing Company Kolschtastic, Oregon

SECOND

  • BRATWURST, Maui onion soubise, fennel kraut
  • PORK CHEEK SCHNITZEL, Hamakua mushroom gravy

            PAIRINGS: Ayinger Brauweisse, Germany + Coedo Shiro Hefeweizen, Japan

INTERMEZZO

  • MAUI GOAT CHEESE SPAETZLE

            PAIRING: Aecht Schlenkerla Rauchbier Marzen, Germany 

MAIN

  • PORCHETTA with onion jam and braised red cabbage

PAIRINGS: Big Island Brewhaus Oktoberfiesta Bier, Hawaii + Ayinger Oktober Fest Marzen, Germany

DESSERT

  • BLACK FORREST CAKE

PAIRINGS: Coedo Shikkoku Black Lager + Ayinger Celebrator Double Bock

“I love how Chef Colin has taken some great Bavarian staples and applied his palate and a couple of creative techniques and ideas to curate this feast” says Powers.  “In Germany, beer is meant to be paired with food and shared with friends.  I’m excited to share great beers from Germany and around the world with our guests.  There will be something for everyone.”

The cost of Oktoberfest Beer Pairings at the Beachhouse at the Moana is $120 per person, plus tax and gratuity.  Seating is limited and reservations are required.  Kama‘āina will receive a 15 percent discount.  Call the Dining Desk at 808-921-4600 to reserve your seat.  Complimentary four-hour valet parking is available.

Moana’s PAIRINGS program couples a winemaker, brew master or master distiller with the cuisine of Chef Colin Sato, who advanced to the finals of Marriott International’s rigorous Masters of the Craft Culinary Competition in 2018.   The next PAIRINGS event is scheduled March 20, 2020 featuring Tattinger Champagne & Caviar.  Additional 2020 events are scheduled – June 12, August 13 and October 9.  Dates, menus and prices are subject to change.

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