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Primal Bliss: Whole Roast Lamb And Craft Brews At Short Order

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We've said it before, and we'll say it again. There's nothing that screams summertime more than meat on a spit. (Sorry, vegos.) So when we heard about this week's BeerFest event over at Short Order, we got a little seasonally excited.

On Tuesday from 5:30 p.m. on, chef Christian Page will be spit-roasting a whole lamb with special farmers market sides to go along with their monthly brew party at their Original Farmers Market location. This week they're hosting Eagle Rock Brewery, who will have their Populist (IPA), Manifesto (Wit Bier), Solidarity (Black Mild), and Tart Noir (Sour) on tap.

The cost will be $12 for a plate of lamb, and you can order your farmers market sides off the regular menu.

You can find out more info on their site.