Friday 26 September 2014

The Brewers Project Suppers with Guinness & The Disappearing Dining Club in Spitalfields

The Disappearing Dining Club is collaborating with Guinness for a series of 'Brewers Project' dinners at their Town House venue in Fournier Street, E1, to take place on alternate Thursdays until early December.  £25 gets you a mix of food and drink, including potted meats, stews, and some new beers from Guinness, in a very atmospheric venue.

"Grade II listed and built in 1729, Town House in Spitalfields is one of our favourite dinner party spaces, and the perfect spot for a new series of suppers we are co-hosting with Guinness.
The Brewers Project Suppers are a four course exploration of Town House, and introduce two new revival brews from the Guinness archives.  West Indies Porter is based on a recipe from 1801, brewed to maintain its freshness on long sea journeys to the Caribbean, and Dublin Porter is inspired by popular working man's beers, with a recipe dating back to 1796. 
Alongside the history and expert-led tastings of the two heritage recipes, there's a menu of food & drink inspired by 'the black stuff', including Black Velvet cocktails, potted meats & seafood served on Guinness Bread, Venison, Vegetable & Dublin Porter Stew, Guinness Rarebit & Smoked Haddock, West Indies Porter Steamed Shellfish, and Guinness & Salted Caramel Ice Cream, all served in different rooms of Town House.  As always, we have an alternative vegetarian menu available, just let us know when you book."

When - Alternate Thursdays - September 25th, October 9th & 23rd, November 6th & 20th, & December 4th
7.30pm - 9pm

Where - Town House, 5 Fournier St, London E1 6QE

Tickets - £25 + fees from Eventbrite here


Get directions with Citymapper

Link 1 - Disappearing Dining Club
Link 2 - Guinness - Pursuit of More

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