Saturday, September 13, 2014

The Goose Gang Guide: staff picks on what's honking hot this week (Seth)

Recently, The Indianapolis Star reported that you may not know Seth but you should: "6 Indy Chefs you didn't know you needed to know." We're so proud to get to work with Seth!

When he's not behind the meat counter at the Goose, Seth is working toward his bachelors at IUPUI and honing his home brew skills. At a recent staff meeting, Seth shared several bottles so delicious it's clear his brewing skills match his culinary talent.

So what's making him thirsty from the Goose's latest #BeerHaul? "That Prairie Cherry Funk is a good one," he says. It's the latest special release--a sour ale aged on cherries--from Prairie Artisan Ales in Oklahoma. The brewers there say its "dry and sour with tart cherry flavor and aroma. Unlike some fruit beers that are syrupy and sweet, Cherry Funk is complex and on point with Prairie’s farmhouse point of view." Sounds like it's on point from Chef Seth's point of view, too.

He recommends pairing this limited release bottle with lamb. "The tart fruity flavors work really well with the sweet meat."
Snag this bottle quick and get Seth's tips for perfect Stuffed Lamb Loin.

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