Food & Beer pairing evening on the 25th of September at Hillside brewery, food by Harts Barn Cookery School.
We welcome you to a beer & food pairing fest!
There will be a 6 course meal, which has all been locally sourced – and the food is paired to the beer, which is the right way around!
Enjoy a wide array of beer and food that have been carefully selected by our Qualified Master Brewer & Beer somellier.
This is your opportunity to enjoy some great beer, food and company in the relaxed environement of Hillside Brewery.
The Hillside Brewery team & Harts Barn Head Chef will be on hand to explain the reason behind the pairings, providing a fun insight into the vast possibilities of matching food with beer.
The 6 different courses and beers are below:
Pinnacle (Pale Ale) – Stinking Bishop & Pear Canapes with May Hill Orchard Chutney
HCL (Craft Lager) – Wye Salmon Cervice served on a Lettuce Cup
Over The Hill (Dark Mild) – Pullen Venison marinaded in Over The Hill ale, Bramble Sirop and Thyme & Juniper
Legend of Hillside (English IPA) – Wild Boar Garam Masala Bites with Forest Herb Flatbread
Jolly Jester (Belgian Tripel) – Sticky Toffee Pudding & Jolly Jester Beer Ice Cream (yes beer ice cream and its delicious!)
Legless Cow (Best Bitter) – Local Cheese Board with Beer Crackers
Pinnacle (Pale Ale) – Stinking Bishop & Pear Canapes with May Hill Orchard Chutney (veg)
HCL (Craft Lager) – Sweet Smoked Paprika Homemade Ricotta Cups
Over The Hill (Dark Mild) – Roasted Tomato Pesto with Marinated Portabello Mushroom
Legend of Hillside (English IPA) – Paneer, Chickpea & Spinach Garam Masala Bites with Forest Herb Flatbread
Jolly Jester (Belgian Tripel) – Sticky Toffee Pudding & Jolly Jester Beer Ice Cream (yes beer ice cream, and its delicious!)
Legless Cow – Local Cheese Board with Beer Crackers
Harts Barn cookery school launched in 2011 and have gone from strength to strength. They believe in the ‘socialisation’ of food, bringing people together whether they are learning a new skill in the kitchen to sitting down and enjoying the soiree – which fits perfectly with our ethos.
We pride ourselves in producing high quality ales in small batches using traditional methods and the finest local ingredients.
Using methods which have been developed and mastered over a lifetime, we want to change people’s perception of beer and what can be achieved. We are dedicated to sustainable brewing and we want to share our passion for great beer with you.
We would love to see you at our feast. If you have any questions please get in contact.
Paul & The Hillside Brewery Team