To celebrate the (re)launch of the Outlaw Project, a new and ongoing series of small batch beers brewed on our recently commissioned 10BBL pilot brew kit, we’re excited to be teaming up with the Harewood Food & Drink Project (HFDP) to bring you a truly unique beer, food and music experience at the Taproom on the evening of Tuesday February 25th. What’s more, as if that’s not exciting enough, the evening will be co-hosted by Pete Brown and Melissa Cole; two of the beer industry’s most knowledgeable and revered beer writers.
Tickets are available via the Eventbrite link below and offer you the opportunity to be amongst a small group of people to sample six brand new beers before they become available anywhere else, with each one being expertly paired with incredible, locally-sourced food across a six course menu. Not only that, each course will also be accompanied by music carefully curated by Pete Brown, as we explore how sound influences flavour.
Each person attending the event will also receive a goody bag containing a selection of the beers in tallboys (5 x 440ml cans) and a stemmed glass to enjoy at home.
Numbers are limited. Tickets are available via Eventbrite from 9am on Friday January 24th.
HFDP was set-up in 2016 to promote and celebrate the incredible heritage of food and drink production from the 4500 acre Harewood estate by using produce grown, reared and foraged at Harewood. Working with the Project's widely acclaimed Executive Chef Josh Whitehead, a semi-finalist on the BBC’s Masterchef: The Professionals, HFDP have developed a reputation for delivering some of the most innovative and talked about pop-up dining events in the North. Central to the company's ethos is working with the best of like-minded local businesses who share HFDP's values of keeping quality at the core of what they do. Their focus is always on seasonal, sustainable and ethically produced food.
Author of The Beer Kitchen: The Art and Science of Cooking and Pairing with Beer, Melissa Cole is widely acknowledged as one of the UK’s leading beer and food experts. Renowned for her insightful and engaging style and ability to translate complicated beer jargon into something everyone can understand, Melissa’s passion is helping people to learn about what she considers the finest social lubricant known to humankind - beer.
Pete Brown is one of the most recognised beer writers in the UK and is often called upon to deliver keynote and after dinner speeches at larger industry events. Pete’s first book, Man Walks Into A Pub: A Sociable History of Beer was first published in 2003 and has been followed up with numerous other works that delve into the history of beer and the great British pub, including Shakespeare’s Local , which was BBC Radio 4’s Book of the Week when released in December 2012.
Published February 2020