Beer is reclaiming its place at the dinner table in a series of events with two exciting Chester Independents.
I get the same feeling from visiting That Beer Place and Chef’s Table; that I’m welcome, that everyone’s having a great time, that my experience is a priority and that it’s over too quickly. Luckily for Chester, two experts in their fields are collaborating on something special and interesting. Increasingly, the city is playing stage to inspired food & drink pop-ups and we highly suggest you treat yourself to at least a few. Starting with this one. Full details about this delightful idea in the press release below:
For far too long, beer has been seen as the poor relation to wine when it comes to food and drink pairing.
Two of Chester’s much-loved independents, That Beer Place in Chester Market and the award-winning, Chef’s Table are to join forces to help change that perception and bring people a unique and memorable food and beer pairing sensation during four evening events under the title of “The Beer Dinners”.
As part of the November’s Saturday Social events, inside the vibrant Chester Market, “The Beer Dinners” will be a showcase for both the diversity and pairing prowess of beer as well as the passion and potential of independent businesses working together.
These two independents are such a perfect and exciting combination. Both looking to push the boundaries and bring their customers a unique experience that has never been done before in Chester, let alone in Chester Market.
Lisa Lord of That Beer Place:
“Beer is an absolute legend of pairing potential, no question. On one extreme, it can be highly tart or acidic, on the other, it can carry sweet and rounded flavours such as chocolate or caramel. This makes it possible to pair the flavours of any type of dish, with stunning results. And who better to help showcase that potential than the brilliant team at Chef’s Table?”
Continuing on from their acclaimed pop-up events with Covino, Chester Zoo and Delamere Events, “The Beer Dinners” will be the last of this year’s public events from the Chef’s Table’s newly formed events arm.
Chester Market has recently announced its #SaturdaySocial events for November, where it will be open until 10.30pm. This comes exactly a year after Foodie Fridays became a regular event in Chester Market, which has helped bring life back to the once ailing market hall.
“The Beer Dinners” will be held on 4 consecutive Saturdays: 2nd, 9th, 16th and 23rd November, from 7pm. Tickets will be limited due to the size of the space and will be priced at £75 per head.
That Beer Place’s taproom will remain open on these evenings so if people are not participating in the event, they can still come down to Chester Market and drink in the taproom or eat and drink at any of the other great independents in the market.
Tickets will be launched on Friday 3rd October and will be first come, first served.
Tickets available via this link.
That Beer Place supports the Everyone Welcome Initiative to provide a statement that everyone who walks through the door is welcome regardless, of their gender, sexual orientation, race, health, religion, age or disability.