Just in time for the summer, the popular watering hole, which has 22 sites across the country, has redesigned its food menu and says it is taking the on-trade’s obsession with consumer experience to “new heights”.
The new menu includes, as expected, a range of small plates, mains and desserts, with an array of beer pairings.
The chain is also reintroducing an old favourite, the ‘beer can chicken’ – which is now fully customisable – with the meat coated in a dry rub and roasted over a can of Brewhouse's very own Pale Ale.
The size selection is between a quarter, half or a whole chicken, while sauces available are garlic beer butter, bar-beer-que and a spicy sriracha & honey beer sauce.
Other new dishes include moules frites cooked in wheat beer sauce and a passion fruit Eton mess with whipped cream and fruit coulis.
Also, in order to meet consumer demand, the pub’s menu will offer diners 21 vegan and vegetarian dishes – alongside a numbers of beers brewed on site that are also vegan.
Brewhouse & Kitchen co-founder Simon Bunn said the pub prides itself on its ability to match beer it offers with its food, and the newest selection is no different.
An enthused Bunn added that the craft beer market is “fast becoming” an important force “driving growth” in the hospitality sector, thus, bringing with it a new wave of pubs and bars.
Recently, Brewhouse & Kitchen released a study after it quizzed millions of UK drinkers on their beer of choice, finding that, when drinking at a pub, 34% of the public will try more alternative styles of beer than they would have 10 years ago.