Wet Hot American Summer
Director: David Wain Run Time: 97 min. Format: Digital Rating: R
Release Year: 2001
Starring: Amy Poehler, Bradley Cooper, Christopher Meloni, David Hyde Pierce, Janeane Garofalo, Ken Marino, Michael Ian Black, Michael Showalter, Paul Rudd
Nitehawk’s teaming up with Allagash Brewing Company for a WET HOT AMERICAN SUMMER Film Feast, a night of high times, hard bodies and soft rock.
For our Wet Hot American Summer Film Feast, we have put together an unlikely team of misfits and we’ve been training like crazy all summer. Yeah, it’s a motley crew that you’d think would never be able to pull off a single dinner. We had a kooky training period where it seemed like, well, it seemed like nothing was going to go right — but guys! We’ve made it! So I say, when those anonymously evil brewers from Allagash get here, we give it our best shot, and we try to come from behind at the last minute with a weird trick dish that we made up and we win the game! Uh, Movie! What do you say?! No? Well, how about this…
The fridge humpers from the Nitehawk mess hall hooked up with Allagash Brewing Company for a multi-course beer dinner paired with scenes from David Wain’s cult comedy. Allagash owner and founder Rob Tod will be here to introduce and talk about the selection of specialty Allagash brews. So get that mustache into shape, put on your best shorty-shorts and crop tops and for God’s sake, take a shower. You’re covered in dirt.
Bonfire Drink: Allagash White with watermelon cubes
“WHAT’S YOUR GLITCH GENE?”
seared polenta cake, fois gras terrine, pistachio, blueberry gastrique
Bonfire Drink: Allagash Golden Brett
Maine lobster roll, celery, tabasco, Old Bay potato gaufrette
Beer Pairing: Allagash Double Saison
IS THERE ANY MORE CORN?
smoked pork tenderloin, baked northern beans, peach and grain mustard vinaigrette
Beer Pairing: Allagash Farm to Face
“HIS NAME WAS UGG AND WALKED ON ALL FOURS!”
‘smores on graham cracker, marshmallow, rum chocolate sauce
Beer Pairing: Allagash Odyssey
Menu items subject to change, no substitutions.