BEERTOWN, Malton – 21 & 22 March 2014

Yorkshire's Food Capital

BEERTOWN – Celebrating Malton’s Craft Beer Revival!

DATE: FRI 21 & SAT 22 MARCH 2014

Venue: The Milton Rooms, Market Place, Malton

Malton’s Very first Craft Beer Festival is set to celebrate the growing brewing scene reemerging in town. Tickets are £6, and include entry, a unique Beertown glass and a beer from Brass Castle and from Bad Seed to taste how good Malton’s beer scene is. Visit their website:

Malton has a rich brewing history, Beertown Malton celebrates Malton’s brewing future. Craft beer is currently undergoing an explosion across the country and Malton is about to become a beacon for beer by hosting it’s first craft beer event.  Brass Castle and Bad Seed are two exciting breweries that are making waves in the craft beer movement, are popular nation wide from London to Bristol and up in Edinburgh  -they are all vegan friendly and ‘MADE IN MALTON’.
The two breweries have sourced some of the best beers from cutting edge breweries and there will be 30 draft beers available, ciders and bottled beers from Yorkshire Ales, who have just opened a bottle shop in town.  Live music from the Shiznitz, Patron Saints and Luberjack Cowboy Trucking Company will make this a real celebration of Malton.


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Beertown organisers have been working closely with the Haxby Bakehouse, Hayloft Foods and Malton Relish, who are all producing special dishes just for the event -with some culinary delights that collaborate with Brass Castle and Bad Seed breweries.

Malton Relish will be producing pulled pork, served in a Haxby Bakehouse brioche, topped with a sauce made from Bad Seed’s Espresso Stout and Chilli Jam from the Chilli Jam Man.

Hayloft Food will be producing their award winning Saag Aloo & Rice served with a Haxby flatbread.  Haxby Bakehouse will be celebrating the event by stencilling the Beertown logo into special loaves made with beer! As Brass Castle and Bad Seed beers are vegan friendly we will also be serving vegan sausages, samosas and focaccias alongside traditional sausage rolls and scotch eggs.

Sweet options include a ‘Bad Seed Hefe and Lemon cake’ and a Vanilla Porter chocolate cake made with Brass Castle’s Bad Kitty. There will food and beer matches for all of the dishes, to show off some fantastic flavour pairings.


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