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Dining Passport Series Begins

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Drink Worthy Brewing specialty beers while taking your taste buds on a journey to Italy, Spain, Thailand and Peru. The four-part dining passport series includes five-course dinners paired with beer for $200. Two passports are $375, and single dinners for $65. Begins Feb. 22 at 6:30 pm with an Italian dinner featuring grilled New York strip with onion agrodulce, huckleberries, olive oil and crisp sunchokes paired with a Worthy Dopplebock, and an olive oil cake.

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Worthy Brewing Dining Passport Series
495 NE Bellevue Dr., Bend
541-639-4776
worthybrewing.com


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Lisa Sipe

Food Writer | The Source Weekly

Speaking of Mediterranean Food, Worthy Dopplebock

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