Tacoma Sandwiches


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Tacoma Sandwiches

Picture this: you go through a mental checklist while deciding where to meet friends after work. A great beer? That’s a must. Some good goes-with-beer food? That’s Peaks and Pints in Tacoma’s vibrant Proctor neighborhood. Peaks and Pints co-founders Robby and Justin Peterson — owners of Peterson Bros. 1111 on Hilltop Tacoma and The Valley near Tacoma’s Amtrak Station — created the Peaks and Pints food menu, which includes their Tacoma sandwiches, salad and appetizer talents.

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Tacoma Sandwiches

Peaks and Pints sandwiches are served with a bag of Tim’s chips — Original, Jalapeño or Salt & Vinegar — and pickle chips. You may substitute a side salad or daily soup special for $2.25.

Peaks and Pints Roastmary sandwich pairs well with brown ales.


Choice roast beef, smoked Gouda, red onion and rosemary mayonnaise on marbled rye bread

Suggested Beer Pairing: Brown Ale

Our roast beef sandwich is a wonderful thing: succulent paper-thin slivers of choice roast beef, perched on marbled rye bread, slathered with Gouda and rosemary mayonnaise.

Beer geeks and craft brewers tend to turn their noses up at brown ales because they lack the extreme flavors and hoppiness that is fashionable, but these are tasty beers that pair well with many different foods. The dark and rich notes of chocolate and coffee complement Peaks and Pints’ roast beef and smoked Gouda sandwich. It’s simple, hearty and delicious.

Suggested brown ales: Alaskan Heritage Coffee Brown, AleSmith Nut Brown, Avery Ellie’s Brown, Dogfish Indian Brown, Rogue Hazelnut Brown Nectar, Sam Smith Nut Brown

Peaks and Pints The Orleans sandwich pairs well with sour and wild ales.


Ham, pepperoni, salami, Kalamata, green + black olive tapenade and melted provolone with spicy mayonnaise on herb French bread

Suggested Beer Pairing: Sour/Wild Ales

Peaks and Pints’ sandwich, The Orleans, is a twist on a New Orleans’ muffuletta, which is as twist on an Italian sub. Our hearty sandwich is served on a soft, herb French roll and liberally filled with ham, pepperoni, salami and melted provolone. The ingredient that really sets this sandwich apart is the Kalamata/green and black olive tapenade.

Beers are soured by introducing acidifying bacteria (Lactobacillus and Pediococcus being the most common) to fermenting beer. Wild beer is generally used to describe any beer that displays the earthy characteristics of Brettanomyces yeast strains regardless of whether the beer is a light golden ale or a strong dark stout. Often these styles receive all three of the bacteria to blend a funky, sour character that cause beer geeks to freak out. A sour beer will play up the tartness from the olives and cut the fattiness of the meats.

Suggested sour/wild ales: Brabandere Petrus Oud Bruin, Duchesse de Bourgogne, E9 Nefelibata, New Belgium Le Terrior, Rodenbach Grand Cru, The Breury Terreaux Tart of Darkness


Ham, Parmesan cheese shavings, red onion, tomato and arugula with a light spread of mayonnaise and pesto on sourdough bread

Peaks and Pints The Sherpa sandwich pairs well with pilsners.


Turkey, goat cheese, arugula, red onion, tomato and spicy mayonnaise on French bread

Suggested Beer Pairing: Pilsners

The Sherpa delivers robust flavor using simple ingredients. French bread is smothered with goat cheese then topped with arugula, red onion, tomato, warmed slices of roasted turkey and a dash of spicy mayo.

Goat cheese has a distinct, tart, sweet and earthy flavor. It pairs well with IPAs and saisons, but Peaks and Pints grabs a pilsner when we sit down with The Sherpa. Pilsner might be the most versatile food beer, with hops being able to cut through the spicy mayo and enough bubbles to cleanse the palate after the goat cheese. When in doubt, grab a pils.

Suggested pilsners: Ayinger Bavarian Pils, Breakside Pilsner, pFriem Pilsner, Reubens Brews Pilsner and 7 Seas 235 Pilsner


Field roast loaf, chao vegan cheese, herbed vegan mayonnaise, tomato, red onion and arugula on sourdough bread

Peaks-and-Pints-Tacoma-restaurant-best-roast-beef-cheddar-sandwichBEEF + BEECHER’S

Choice roast beef, Beecher’s aged white cheddar with mayonnaise on toasted French bread

Suggested Beer Pairing: Barleywines

Beecher’s Handmade Cheese, the semi-hard cow’s milk cheese with a uniquely robust, nutty flavor graces our Beef & Beecher’s flagship sandwich. The cheese is carefully aged for 15 months to fully develop its complex flavor, which when paired with bold beef flavor, pairs well with boozy barleywines.

Barleywines make incredible companions for cold evenings. Their potent alcohol content gives them the ability to age for years in a cool cellar, and once a barleywine has reached the peak of its complexity, it is a viscous, complex treat with lots of caramel and toffee notes. Beecher’s Cheddar’s salty nuttiness stands up well with the strong malty stone fruit flavors of barleywines. Though the taste of the cheddar survives the blast of liquid complexity, it changes with crystalline sweetness now dominating.

Suggested barleywines: Sierra Nevada Trip In the Woods Vintage Bigfoot, Old Schoolhouse Barley Wine Style Ale, Crux All Worked Up Barrel-Aged Wheatwine Ale, Midnight Sun Arctic Devil Barleywine, Breakside French quarter, and Nightmare Torn Apart By Trees Barleywine

Peaks and Pints Aged White Cheddar Tuna Melt pairs well with blood orange IPAs.


Beecher’s aged white cheddar, tuna salad and tomatoes on toasted sourdough bread

Suggested Beer Pairing: Blood Orange IPAs

At first, you might think blood orange IPAs are too big and would overpower this sandwich, but once all the components are together, they complement each other quite well. The IPAs are able to stand up to the tuna seasonings and aged cheddar and something about the clean orange taste matches nicely with the flavors in this sandwich.

Suggested blood orange IPAs: Reuben’s Brews Bloody Crikey, 21st Amendement Blood Orange Brew Free! or Die IPA, Boneyard Incredible Pulp Pale

Peaks and Pints Pesto Pastrami sandwich pairs well with citrus IPAs.


Brisket pastrami, pesto, melted provolone, tomato and red onions on herb French bread

Eastern European and Jewish immigrants brought over the savory pastrami sandwich when they settled in New York City, and it’s still loved today. The meat is brined, smoked, boiled and steamed, then seasoned with garlic, coriander, black pepper, paprika, cloves and mustard seed. After all that, it’s combined with pesto, melted provolone, red onions and tomato on French bread, at least it is daily at Peaks and Pints.

Suggested Beer Pairing: Citrus IPA

With all of those powerful seasonings, you’ll need a more pungent beer like an IPA. The bitterness of an IPA won’t get lost amongst the liberally seasoned and smoked pastrami and the hop punch stands up to the herbaceous bite. Citrusy IPAs will quench your thirst after the salty pastrami.

Suggested Citrus IPAs: Belching Beaver Deftones Digital Bath, Revision Disco Ninja, and Narrows Bridge To Tomorrow


Chicken breast, bacon, garlic gorgonzola spread, arugula and tomato on French bread


Ham, pepperoni, salami, provolone, Caesar dressing and fresh tomato on herb French

Peaks and Pints’ Peaks Reuben pairs well with citrusy IPAs.


Thinly-sliced brisket pastrami, creamy Havarti, sauerkraut and housemade 1000 on marble rye bread

Although the origins of the Reuben sandwich are unclear, the earliest references to it in print are New York-based. According to one account, it was created by Arnold Reuben, the German owner of the now defunct Reuben’s Delicatessen in New York City. Regardless of its origin, it’s delicious and made even more so at Peaks and Pints, with thinly sliced brisket pastrami, creamy Havarti, sauerkraut and housemade 1000 on marbled rye bread.

Suggested Beer Pairing: Citrus IPA

It’s an outstanding sandwich on its own, but it gets even better when paired with a drink that enhances all the ingredients, such as a pungent beer like an IPA. The bitterness of an IPA doesn’t get lost amongst the liberally seasoned and smoked deli meat, rye bread and sauerkraut. The citrusy finish from the beer will quench your thirst after the salty pastrami.

Suggested Citrus IPAs: Stone Tangerine Express, Track 7 Blood Orange Transfusion, Ballast Point Grapefruit Sculpin and Dogfish Head Flesh & Blood

Peaks and Pints BBQ Turkey Bleu sandwich pairs well with stouts.


Roasted turkey, provolone, bleu cheese, light barbecue sauce, arugula and red onion on sourdough bread

Suggested Beer Pairing: Stout

Between the roasted turkey meat, blue cheese crumbles, provolone and barbecue sauce, Peaks and Pints’ barbecue turkey sandwich is packed with a powerful punch of flavor. Add red onion, arugula and toasted sourdough and this sandwich screams for a stout.

Stouts feature barley malt roasted like coffee beans, and the flavors created in the process — chocolate, coffee and even smoky char — mirror many flavors present in barbecue sauce. These “flavor bridges” create a pleasing harmony that can elevate both the sandwich and the brew and even reveal subtle flavors in one (or both) that are easy to miss on their own. The blue cheese’s sharp flavor is a better foil for the roastier notes in a stout, too.

Suggested stouts: Deschutes Obsidian Stout, Oskar Blues Ten Fidy Imperial Stout, Pelican Tsunami Stout, Sierra Nevada Narwal Imperial Stout, Skookum Murder of Crows Imperial Stout

Peaks and Pints Smoked Salmon BLT receives TLC when paired with porters.


Red King smoked salmon, bacon, arugula, tomato and herb mayonnaise on a toasted French roll

Suggested Beer Pairing: Porter

Smoked salmon has a distinct flavor that pairs best with a porter. Normally it is not recommended to pair a heavy beer such as a porter with a lighter dish such as seafood, but smoked salmon has an intense aroma that can match the dark beer. Plus, the roasted flavor of a porter compares with the smokiness of the salmon and the bacon.

Suggested porters: Ecliptic Capella Porter, Backwoods Pecan Pie Porter, Deschutes Black Butte Porter, Founders Porter, No-Li Brewhouse Falls Porter and Boundary Bay Dark Darkness Porter

Breakfast Sandwiches

Every day 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Peaks and Pints breakfast sandwiches are served with a bag of Tim’s chips — Original, Jalapeño or Salt & Vinegar — and pickle chips.


Ham, bacon, egg, melted Beecher’s aged white cheddar and light mayonnaise on a toasted baguette


Spinach, egg, Havarti and a light spread of rosemary aioli on a toasted baguette


Bacon, egg, jalapeño, melted Gouda and a spicy mayonnaise spread on a toasted baguette

Small Bites


Sundried tomato, green onion and cream cheese served with grilled rustic French crostinis


With spicy beer mustard


Beecher’s aged white cheddar, manchego, cambozola, soppressata, capicola, dill pickles, candied walnuts, crackers, spicy mustard blend, olives and breadsticks


Classic recipe with a kick (5 per order)


Served with grilled rustic French crostinis


Salad Dressings: Ranch, Caesar, balsamic vinaigrette, honey mustard, creamy pesto and 1000 Island


Fresh Red King salmon, Parmesan, tomato and romaine lettuce


Mixed greens, roasted beets, tomato, carrots, candied walnuts and goat cheese with white balsamic dressing


Chicken breast, bleu cheese crumbles, bacon, fried onions, tomato and mixed greens


Mixed greens, carrots, tomato, Parmesan and fried onions with creamy pesto dressing


Mixed greens, carrots, tomato, Parmesan and fried onions with your choice of dressing



Tacoma’s own “Bite Me” cookie for Peaks and Pints with Belgian chocolate, walnuts and pure cane sugar


Chocolate cake layered with chocolate-peanut butter mousse, topped with roasted and salted peanuts