A restaurant with two Michelin stars close to Ormskirk has partnered with a brewery in Liverpool to create a brand new pale ale.
Moor Corridor has labored with Neptune Brewery after having its Michelin standing retained within the newest information, which was revealed earlier this yr.
The Moor Corridor Pale Ale is described as being smooth and juicy on the palate, with vibrant flavours of blueberry and mango, and a refreshing citrus hit.
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Head chef Mark Birchall and beverage director Ben Robinson labored intently with Neptune Brewery on recipe improvement.
Neptune co-owner Julie O’Grady mentioned: “For too lengthy, beer has performed second fiddle when it comes to how it’s perceived in eating places, with a lot concentrate on the provenance of the substances on the plate, however not the liquid within the glass.
“Beer is a scrumptious and various product, that pairs fantastically with so many dishes and may rival any wine when it comes to its high quality.
“It’s so nice to companion with Moor Corridor, who’ve all the time championed beer’s standing on their menus, and we’re delighted to work with a superb native institution who’re as dedicated as we’re to giving clients each a top quality product and memorable expertise.”
Chef patron of Moor Corridor Mark Birhall added: “We’re extraordinarily pleased with our Moor Corridor Pale Ale in collaboration with the unbelievable Neptune Brewery, who’re solely 5 miles up the street from us.
“Provenance is vital at Moor Corridor and dealing with native suppliers is a large a part of what we provide right here.
“We labored with Neptune to create a recipe we knew our company would take pleasure in – it’s an incredible beer.”