Tom Kerridge’s Pub Food with paired ales by Ilkley Brewery

Friday 14th and Saturday 15th March 2014
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Tom Kerridge seems to be the man of the moment within the foodie world – his 2 Michelin starred pub The Hand and Flowers has been awarded the best restaurant in the UK and his TV show has sent him firmly into celebrity chef territory.

So it would be rude to not hold a couple of events dedicated to the big man himself! What’s more, what’s pub food without the perfect pint? Which is why we’ve teamed up with Ilkley Brewery to pair some exceptional ales to some tasty pub grub!!

Tickets for this event cost £40 per person. This gets you our standard 6 course feast plus 4 expertly paired ales (in the form of two pints and two half pints of stronger ale!). Luke from the brewery will be present on the 14th March to tell us all about the beer. For those coming on the 15th you’ll have to make do with us telling you about it! For our booking terms and conditions click here.

 

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3 thoughts on “Tom Kerridge’s Pub Food with paired ales by Ilkley Brewery

  1. Helen

    Hi Dan, Susie, Helen here…..having no chance at booking in with you (Good for you) Sad for me!!! Happy New Year to you all, any cancellations pleeeeeease consider me.
    Dan, I’ve not forgotten receipes, going again on Thursday 9th so will send you everything together after that.
    Hope your keeping well.
    Hope to see you soon.
    Helen

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