Tuesday, 15 November 2011

30th November: No Bourbon, Four Scotches, Four Beers






At least that's how, in his signature minimalist style, John Lee Hooker might have described our St Andrew's Day Beer & Food Matching Spectacular at Draft House Tower Bridge with Innis & Gunn and Bowmore Whisky on 30th November.

I doubt John Lee would have had much time for the haggis, or indeed any solids (other than a persistent, dangling Lucky Strike) but there's plenty for the rest of us to appreciate.

Bookings can be made by clicking here.

Innis & Gunn Oak Aged Beer
Bowmore Whisky
present

A St Andrew's Night Beer, Whisky & Food Matching Spectacular

Welcome Drinks
Innis & Gunn Original Draught 6.6%
Bowmore Whisky Cocktails

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Scottish smoked Salmon Mousse
Innis & Gunn Highland Cask 7.2%
Bowmore 12 Year Old

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Haggis infused w Innis & Gunn Rum Cask
Served w neeps & tatties & curly kale
Innis & Gunn Rum Cask 7.4%
Bowmore 15 Year Old Darkest

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Treacle TartServed w Vanilla-Infused Clotted Cream
Innis & Gunn Triple Matured 7.2%
Bowmore 18 Year Old

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Artisan Cheeses
Innis & Gunn Winter Beer 2011
Bowmore Tempest Small Batch Release III

£25.00 per person






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  3. Egads, that is my DREAM dinner. I spent two weeks in Scotland back in the 1980s, and ate haggis in one form or another every single day I was there. And, of course, tried myriad types of scotch!

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