Ted's hosts a beer dinner, with a focus on cooling down

Image by Flickr user puyol5 Jever Pilsener from Germany is up first and is being served with a chilled mussel salad.

Last minute notice on this one, but Ted's Butcherblock is hosting a "Coldest Beer Dinner of the Year" that I thought worthy of passing along word of. 

Four beers are up for tasting in four course. The dinner is Thursday, August 26, at 7:30 p.m. and is $38. Make reservations at (843) 577-0094. 334 East Bay Street in downtown Charleston.

Here's their description of the event, with some extra beer info and links from BeerAdvocate inserted:

It’s HOT outside but it’s going to be COLD at Ted’s this month as we host our “Coldest Beer Dinner of the Year!” Cool off with ice cold craft brews and a cool menu prepared by Chef Eva + staff featuring cooling, summer-inspired dishes.

Chilled Mussel Salad with Shaved Celery, Smoked Tomato Vinaigrette, Romaine Rib, Garlic Greek Yogurt and Grilled Baguette.
- Paired with Jever Pilsener (B, German Pilsner, 4.9% ABV) -

Second Course
House Made Country Pate with Sweet Pickled Carrot, Ginger, Opal Basil and Coconut Candied Almonds.
- Paired with Coast 32/50 Kolsch (A-, local, Kolsch, 4.8%) -

Third Course
Paprikash Grilled & Chilled Beef Teres Major with Anise and Lentil Tabouli, Cumin Tahini and Preserved Lemon-Kalamata Gremolata.
- Paired with Dupont Avril (B+, farmhouse ale, 3.5%) -

Peach & Pistachio Cake Gellato, Local Muscadine with Kennerty Farms Honey and Thyme Toille.
- Paired with Samuel Smith Cherry Fruit Beer (B+, fruit beer, 5.5% ABV) -

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