Event Alert: Pizza and beer matching with PLY and Beavertown

There seem to be a lot of events on at the moment. Too many for my moth eaten purse anyway, but I thought I’d share a few with you over the coming weeks. These also include events elsewhere in the country that I can’t get to coz I’m in Lahndahn innit. In fact, I’m definitely going to start up an events calendar on here: *watch this space* (note: if this calendar never happens or finally goes up in December I take no responsibility)

First up is PLY, Manchester, who are hosting a Pizza Pairing Evening with Beavertown (controversial after this past weekend, but boy can they brew a good beer).

Sam Millard and Nick Dwyer will be heading up to Manchester from Beavertown HQ, to give guests an insight to how they have developed what is arguably one of the most exciting brands in the craft beer business today. 
They’ll also be packing some 8 Ball, Black Betty, Neck Oil and Applelation (I flipping love Applelation) in their suitcases to pair with bespoke pizzas created by PLY’s Head Chef, Andrea Muru, served in limited edition, dual-branded boxes designed by Nick, Beavertown’s Designer and Creative Director.
Beavertown Neck Oil, Session IPA
Paired pizza – bianca, sun dried tomatoes, fresh fillet of sardine, mozzarella di bufala
Beavertown Black Betty, Black IPA
Paired pizza – tomato, salami pepperoni, ‘nduja, honey
Beavertown 8 Ball, Rye IPA 
Paired pizza – bianca, salami napoli, pecorino, courgette, mozzarella di bufala 
Beavertown Applelation, Bramley Apple Saison
Paired pizza – bianca, broccoli, mixed olives, confit tomatoes, mozzarella di bufala  (v)

If you want a ticket you’d best grab one now as it’s on Wednesday 17th February! Tickets cost £12 + booking fee and include a pizza and a beer. They can be purchased through Eventbrite.

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