See you at Northern Bar Show 2019

2019-03-15T14:07:08+00:0015th March 2019|

We will be exhibiting at Northern Bar Show coming up on 19th & 20th March in Manchester. Come along and try our range of gluten-free beers. Our session IPA and Pilsner lager are great draught NO COMPROMISE gluten-free beers. Putting great tasting gluten-free beers where they belong – on the front of the bar. Ask your wholesaler about FFBC Session IPA and Pilsner, available now in 30L e-keg. NRB19 provides an opportunity for leading operators, suppliers and industry figures to meet, speak and do business. From Liverpool to Leeds, the North East to North West and the Lake District to the Peak District, NRB19 brings the cream of the hospitality industry to Manchester Central on 19-20 March.     Watch highlights from last years Northern Bar Show 2018: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bNOR6hd5eRs&feature=youtu.be

Free From Beer for Brunch and a recipe for Red Flannel Hash.

2019-03-15T13:20:03+00:0015th March 2019|

When I moved to the U.K, in the early 1990s, The Sunday Roast was a major event. It was typically washed down with several pints of beer, often between the hours of 12 and 2.30. Twenty-five years later and it’s all about brunch. North American and Antipodean influences have bought us flat whites and the beloved avocado toast, along with a myriad of innovative and eclectic brunch dishes. Brunch now is an all day performance, and it doesn't just take place just on a Sunday. Traditionally, brunch dishes have been paired with Mimosas, Bloody Marys or Bellinis, but beer and brunch pairings are just as good, if not better. A light, citrus-flavoured wheat beer is a perfect match for the sweetness of pancakes or French toast. Multi-flavoured, salty breakfast sandwiches and hashes are well complimented by the subtle hoppy flavours of an I.P.A. The variety of tastes in a Full English are a perfect match for milder pilsners. Red Flannel Hash is a traditional brunch dish from the American East Coast, named after the colours in a red flannel shirt. It consists of a hash of leftovers from a salt beef dinner, which is then fried with beets. The addition Read more

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