The week in pictures

Sharp's bar 7On Monday db popped down to the Sharp’s Brewery London Beer Week Hub in Ely’s Yard off Brick Lane in east London for a lesson on food and beer pairings from beer sommelier Ed Hughes.

Food pairings came courtesy of Cornwall-based chef trio Zack Hawke, head chef at Nathan Outlaw’s The Mariners, Padstow; Paul Ainsworth, head chef at Michelin-starred Number 6 in Padstow; and Paul Ripley, former Michelin-starred head chef at Rick Stein’s Seafood Bar in Falmouth.

Continuing on the beer theme, stay tuned to next week four Ed Hughes’s top 10 beer and food pairings. db is also upping its beer focus with its first ever Beer Masters competition, set to take place at the end of March.

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