Going Against the GrainJanuary 29, 2012
The eight-course degustation menu featured various beers. Organic suckling pig braised in amber ale and a chocolate and porter soufflé were on the menu.
One of the highlights of the evening was a selection of freshly baked bread created with beer, from a golden ale to a porter.
“Beer is great for making bread. James Squire produce a variety of beers with very distinctive flavours,” says Executive Chef Glenn Bacon.
“The beer gives the bread a really beautiful flavour, and the yeast helps the bread to rise.
“People often think of bread as just a side dish, but it can be a really exciting part of the meal.”
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