Food Trail - Pot still pop-up -
The Pot Still Pop Up supper menu has been devised by the Birds on the Loose duo to ensure the Spirit of Yorkshire distillery's maturing malt takes centre stage.
The menu features the great food from Yorkshire with what will be Yorkshire's first single malt whisky. Each of the three courses will exude locally sourced ingredients that sit alongside the maturing malt made with barley grown less than five miles away and malted at Flamborough. The wash from which the spirit is created, is brewed by Wold Top with water from the farm where the barley was grown. This is something that's very rare indeed.
The same dedication to locally sourced seasonal ingredients is the Birds on the Loose hallmark. Indeed, Sue's record sits at ingredients from 31 Yorkshire suppliers served in the course of a single pop-up dinner menu. Birds on the Loose partner Gilly excels with the rich tapestry of the Yorkshire larder ensuring that her passion is shared with her pupils and guests alike.
Now it’s your chance to enjoy a fun evening where these game Birds on the Loose will showcase their skills, with each of the three courses served in the distillery’s Pot Still Café overlooking the beautiful copper pot stills where Yorkshire’s first ever malt whisky is being made.
Details & Booking
- Three course whisky-inspired menu created by Gilly Robinson, private chef and Head Tutor at Malton Cookery School, and Sue Nelson, founder of Yorkshire Food Finder and Yorkshire’s Food Hero in 2016.
- Licensed drinks that match the menu available on the day
- Learn about the Spirit of Yorkshire story
£30.00 per person
Thu, 19 Apr 2018
7.00pm for 7.30pm
Thu, 11 Oct 2018
7.00pm for 7.30pm
Producers involved in this trail
Yorkshire's first single malt whiky in the making can be expienced as a maturing malt through special limited editions to give you a feel of what can be expected when the spirit is at least three years old. Distillery tours are available. Also, join Birds on the loose dueo Gilly Robinson and Sue Nelson for a pot still pop-up dinner in April and October 2018.
Chefs involved in this trail
Join Sue Nelson - Yorkshire's Food Hero 2016 in Yorkshire Food Finder's stunning kitchen for a pop-up suppoer or cookery demonstrations with lunch. Alternatively why not try tapas at Yorkshire Ales in Snaith or a chef's table at Malton Cookery School
Renowned private chef and Head Tutor at Malton Cookery School has added Birds on the Loose to be a vehicle for cooking great food in intersting places.
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