Celebrate Russian Imperial Stout with Steak, Then Take Some Home in Cans

Foodies, beer lovers and Iron Hill Brewery & Restaurant fans can make it hearty from Friday, February 20, to Sunday, March 1, by ordering up one of our mouth-watering Steak and Stout menu selections.

Paired with our most awarded beer, Russian Imperial Stout, these stick-to-your-ribs dinners will be the stuff memories are made of, and we trust you’ll hurry back for more.

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“Nothing sounds better to me on a frozen winter’s night than a hearty steak dinner and a full-bodied stout, and that’s exactly what we’ll be serving in honor of Russian Imperial Stout’s continued dominance,” said Director of Brewing Operations and Iron Hill co-owner Mark Edelson.

Russian Imperial Stout is full-bodied and starts with a complex, malty sweet and roasty character, yet it’s wonderfully balanced thanks to citrusy American hops. It has earned a wealth of recognition from the Great American Beer Festival (GABF) and the World Beer Cup (WBC):

  • 2003 GABF gold medal

  • 2006 GABF gold medal

  • 2006 WBC bronze medal

  • 2010 GABF gold medal

  • 2010 WBC gold medal

  • 2011 GABF silver medal

  • 2012 WBC gold medal

  • 2012 GABF bronze medal

  • 2013 GABF silver medal

  • 2014 WBC gold medal

“Twelve years later, Russian Imperial Stout continues to proudly represent our talented brewers thanks to its peerless flavor and their relentless commitment to quality,” Mark added.

Work up a thirst by sinking your teeth into one of these Steak and Stout stars that range in price from $21.95 to $34.95:

  • New York Strip Steak au Poivre with smashed Yukon Gold potatoes, glazed haricots verts and green peppercorn sauce

  • Bacon-Wrapped Filet Mignon with Boursin cheese-smashed potatoes, asparagus spears, cipollini onions and Madeira wine sauce

  • Char-Grilled Ribeye Steak, a 16-oz. cut with glazed haricots verts, sweet potato fries, crispy onion rings and chimichurri sauce

  • Steak and Fries, char-grilled flank steak with wedge fries, shallot-herb butter and A-2 sauce

  • Petite Filet Mignons, served with sweet corn and crab sauté, wilted spinach, smashed Yukon Gold potatoes and Madeira wine sauce

But, it gets better…

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As if that wasn’t enough reason to hop in the car and get to your nearest Iron Hill, we’re also paying homage to our much-lauded and much-loved Russian Imperial Stout by offering it—for a limited time—in four-packs of 16-oz. cans. Four-packs are $22 each (takeout only) and 16-oz. cans are $8 each, available for in-store purchase at all Iron Hill locations, while supplies last.

Feel like royalty when noshing these meals fit for a king by joining our King of the Hill Rewards Club. Exclusive club perks start the minute you join, so don’t delay. We have 11 locations now, so digging into a steak and sipping our famous Russian Imperial Stout is easy-peasy, not to mention an incredibly delicious way to spend dinnertime.

With 11 locations in Pennsylvania, Delaware and New Jersey, there’s an Iron Hill Brewery & Restaurant near you. We specialize in handcrafted beers and fresh, from-scratch New American cuisine. Monthly releases vary by location, so scout out our beers on tap and visit us soon.

Content provided by Dish Works author Nina Malone.

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