BEER DINNER AND A MOVIE – Apocalypse Now
With Sixpoint Brewery
October 16 | Time 9:30m | $60
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Nitehawk’s Beer Dinner and a Movie serves up cinematic classics with a three course dinner paired with four courses of beers. Includes this limited edition silk-screen print by Arik Roper!

Nitehawk explodes with the first in its quarterly Beer Dinner and Movie Series by screening Francis Ford Coppola’s groundbreaking 1979 film, Apocalypse Now. Throughout the movie you’ll be served an inspired pair menu featuring Sixpoint beer and thematically created food – all designed to come out at specific moments selected by our cinema department. What are those moments? Well, you’ll only find them here on Hatched or, and this is even better, in the theater. 

APOCALYPSE NOW MENU

Appetizer
Beer: Brownstone
Dinner: Vietnamese Hot Dog (Star fruit, chili, spicy peanut mustard, fresh herbs)
Movie: Willard is summoned to a lunch meeting with the embedded U.S. military intelligence and given his orders to “Terminate with extreme prejudice.” The journey begins…

Entree
Beer: Bengali Tiger IPA
Dinner: New Orleans Gumbo (Shrimp, andouille sausage, okra) OR Banh mi Sandwich (Grilled pork, pickled vegetables, cucumber, sesame mayonnaise) OR Veggie Banh mi Sandwich (Spicy marinated tofu, pickled vegetables, cucumber, sesame    mayonnaise)
Movie: When New Orleans-raised Chef convinces Willard to venture ashore to pick mangoes, they are abruptly reminded that, in this part of the jungle, the tiger king of the food chain. “Never get out of the boat.”

Dessert
Beer: Sweet Action
Dinner: Mango Sorbet (Lime creme, mint)
Movie: Arriving at the front lines of combat where Huey Choppers delivers ice cream to the infantry, the audience is thrust into the chaotic beauty of one of film’s best set designs, seen through a psychedelic haze. “Who’s In charge here?”

Served on its own
Beer: Righteous Rye
Movie: Building up to the inevitable confrontation, Col. Kurtz’ gripping monologue offers insight into his battle-scarred morality that questions whether he is truly an insane renegade or one of the few left with the fortitude to stand by his convictions. “The horror…”