The pub, run by Nick and Roz Parkinson and which is currently ranked 37 on the PMA's Top 50 Gastropubs list , will be hosting the matching on June 23 following the success of its first event.
Brewing manager at Fuller's, Georgina Young, will lead proceedings, which will see a total of six beers matched to a three-course gourmet meal, prepared by head chef, James Bennett.
Each course will be matched to 2 beers and customers will be invited to rate the beer they prefer.
Beer v Wine
It aims to showcase to diners that beer is as good a match for food as wine, and that brews offer a far large range of flavours to complement and contract the food on offer.
The brewer also claims that some foods like cheese, chocolate and oysters are best matched with beer.
- Aperitif: Organic Honey Dew Ale
- Starter: Smoked Herring Raviolo, Leeks, Chilli Jam and a Light Curry Sauce accompanied with Black Cab Stout 'vs' Wild River Pale Ale
- Main: Beer braised Pigs Cheek with New Season Vegetables accompanied by 1845 Strong Ale 'vs' Chimay Blue Trappist beer
- Dessert: Caramel “Snicker”, Chocolate Cremeux, Peanut Ice Cream accompanied with London Porter 'vs' 170th Anniversary Ale
Nick Parkinson said: “This is a great event and a chance to showcase both the delicious food prepared in The Royal Oak’s kitchen and some excellent beers from our brewer, Fuller’s. I know it will be popular and my only bit of advice is to make sure you leave the car at home.
"It’s going to be a great night and I know, from previous experience, that many people will be surprised at the excellent combination of beer and food.”
Tickets are available priced at £35 each.
Visit: www.theroyaloakpayleystreet.com for more information.