Updated: Monday, 10th December 2018 @ 4:16pm

The ultimate craft beer experience: Brewdog join with Trof for ale and food pairings at Manchester's Deaf Institute

The ultimate craft beer experience: Brewdog join with Trof for ale and food pairings at Manchester's Deaf Institute

By Mancunian Matters staff

Beer battered fish and chips are a national favourite – but make it using Brewdog’s Punk IPA and you’re surely onto a winning formula.

That’s right… craft beer experts Brewdog are teaming up with Trof for a beer tasting and food matching banquet tomorrow night.

For one night only the Deaf Institute’s music hall will be transformed into a traditional beer hall for the super supper.

The all-out craft beer experience will bring you ales, porters, lagers and everything in between, including the Punk IPA, Hardcore, Dogma, Lost Dog and even a few Brewdog rarities.

Each of these will be paired with specially-selected dishes for a truly unique experience of the craft beer world.

Included on the taste tour are:

- Mini Yorkshire puddings with pork and sage chipolatas, tomato, apple and 5A.M.chutney. Matched with 5 A.M hoppy amber ale.

- Punk IPA battered haddock goujons with homemade tartare sauce, Matched with Punk IPA, a contradictory, contemporary take on classic India Pale Ale.

- Mature cheddar cheese rarebit. Matched with Hardcore, another, even more radical IPA with crafted on a rich, toffee canvas. 

- Individual Lancashire cheese hot pots with homemade pickled Dogma cabbage. Matched with Dogma, a heather infused Scotch ale, at a heart stopping 7.4 per cent.

- Cheeses from near and far with assorted Alice Porter chutneys. Matched with Alice Porter, a unique take on this traditional drink from the British Isles.

- Frosted chocolate brownie. Matched with Lost Dog, an imperial porter with notes of red berries created in collaboration with the award-winning Lost Abbey brewery.

The event is Thursday August 23 at The Deaf Institute on Grosvenor Street from 7-10pm. Tickets are £20 each. Visit here for more details. www.thedeafinstitute.co.uk

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