This is an extremely rare opportunity to taste Unfiltered Unpasteurised Pilsner Urquellserved straight from a wooden cask which has been delivered to us direct from the Brewery in Pilsen. This beer is not usually available anywhere other than the brewery in the Czech Republic and has rarely been seen in the UK due to the exceptionally high cost of transporting it and its short shelf life. This beer is delicious. I have had the opportunity to drink it on a handful of select industry occasions, including in the brewery itself (you can read how wonderful that experience was in this previous blog). I am very pleased that you will now also have the opportunity to try this very special beer. We will be serving a two course meal to accompany this treat. Tickets are limited and cost £17.50. They are allocated on a first pay first reserved basis. All monies will need to be collected in advance.
At the recent Beer Bloggers Conference you can see I was very proud of myself for managing a perfect pour of the Unfiltered Unpasteurised Pilsner Urquell straight from the wooden cask
The Menu – 7:30 arrival for 8pm
A glass of our usual draught Pilsner Urquell served on arrival Homemade Pretzels
A glass of Unfiltered Unpasteurised Pilsner Urquell Slow Roast Blythburgh Pork Shoulder with Cinnamon Salt Crackling, Apple Mash, Braised Red Cabbage & a Light Cyder Gravy or(V) Butternut Squash Risotto with Cinnamon Sweet Potato Crisps & a Beetroot, Carrot & Coriander Salad
East Anglian Cheeseboard with Homemade Pilsner Urquell Chutney
& another glass of the Unfiltered Pilsner Urquell for those who would like one
Simon Clark from Miller Brands who import Pilsner Urquell in to the UK will be here to introduce the beer & to answer any questions you have. A small amount of the beer MAY be available for others to purchase at the bar once the cheese course has been served, but if you would like to guarantee a taste of this truly unique beer, book for dinner.
A video of the Pilsner Urquell Brewmaster Vaclav Berka opening a wooden cask of Unfiltered Unpasteurised Pilsner Urquell at the recent European Beer Bloggers Conference (courtesy of Swedish Beer BloggerPilsner.nu