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Int'l IPA Day at Bombay House

Also: Harmons Turns 80, Kiler Grove at La Caille



IPA @ Bombay
Squatters is celebrating International IPA Day with a special dinner and launch of a limited-edition Squatters India Pale Ale at Bombay House (2731 Parleys Way, Salt Lake City,, on Thursday, Aug. 2, at 6:30 p.m. To toast one of craft beer’s most iconic styles, Bombay House owner and chef Daniel Shanthakumar will prepare an authentic Indian dinner that will be paired with Squatters traditional IPA, the popular double IPA Hop Rising, and a limited-release IPA brewed in celebration of IPA Day called Monsoon Monster. “I always learn something new when eating out with food enthusiast Peter Cole, founding partner of Squatters Pubs & Beers,” explains Jason Stock, Squatters Pub brewmaster. “So I was thrilled to spend three hours with Peter and Harjeet Singh, Bombay House manager, to pair our IPAs to the Bombay House’s extraordinary menu. Most amazing tandoori chicken I ever had, and it pairs beautifully with IPA.” The cost of $25 per person includes dinner, tax and gratuity; optional beer pairings is $15. Reserve your spot by calling 801-581-0222.

Harmons Turns 80
Harmons, which began as a humble fruit stand in 1932, turns 80 this month. To celebrate this milestone, Harmons will feature in-store events during the first two weeks in August on Fridays and Saturdays, including giving away random prizes from noon to 6 p.m. and serving free pie and ice cream to customers. For more information, visit

Kiler @ La Caille
Local winemaker Kiler Grove will pair up with La Caille (9565 Wasatch Blvd., Sandy, restaurant on Wednesday, Aug. 8, for a five-course wine-pairing dinner featuring Kiler Grove wines and a special La Caille dinner menu. The event will include a vineyard tour and reception at 6:30 p.m., followed by a seated dinner at 7 p.m. Kiler Grove wines being poured include 2009 Trebbiano, 2011 Saignée, 2009 Zinergy, 2007 Zinergy and 2009 Petite Sirah. The cost per person for the event is $55 for food and $35 for the optional wine pairings. Kiler Grove winemaker Michael Knight will also be in attendance to discuss the wines and answer questions. Call 801-942-1751 for reservations.

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