Top 10 fine dining beers

Michel Roux’s Roux Brew, Fourpure Brewery

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John Driebergen, head brewer, with his partner, Josie Evans, sales manager at the brewery.

The brew that one the afore mentioned Roux Brew competition was a beer brewed by a fledgling south London brewery Fourpure, based in south Bermondsey. 

Yet to be bottled and packaged, the brewery’s 5.6% Belgian style Roux Brew will be served at Michel Roux’s Michelin two starred Le Gavroche, Roux at Parliament Square and Landau restaurants. The winning brew featured hand-zested fresh pink grapefruit zest, fresh Sicilian Navelina orange zest and coriander seed.

At an event announcing it as the winner, Michel Roux Jnr said: “The freshness of the grapefruit and orange zest and coriander seed really stood out  – this is a beer that has a sing about it , and we feel it will partner perfectly with the flavours of our summer menu”.

Le Gavroche has a beer list featuring 17 beers specifically chosen to pair with its food.

One Response to “Top 10 fine dining beers”

  1. Weston says:

    and yet not one West Coast style IPA which is perfect big full flavour greasy english pub food

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