The Autumnal ‘Ferments & Flowers’ 3-Course Supper Club in a Brewery

Manchester Union have teamed up with Bread Flower for this month's supper club...

Manchester Union Brewery has announced the next partner for its exciting monthly supper club is renowned bakery and florist pop-up Bread Flower, and the event will be hosted on Thursday 21st October.

Based in the taproom that neighbours the brew house, the brew and bakery specialists will be serving an autumnal themed menu from 6:30pm to 10pm, with delicious food being made to complement the lagers made just metres away.

The menu is themed ‘ferments and flowers’ and will boast unique autumnal flavours, featuring warm dishes that celebrate pickled and preserved food that is garnished with edible flowers.

The three course menu will feature sharing boards of freshly baked sourdough bread, locally sourced cheeses and pickles, as well as foods cooked in beer and more playful takes on seasonal and preserved produce.

Tickets will include; a welcome drink, starter, main, and dessert carefully curated to beers from the brewery which will match each dish. With award-winning lager available all evening, guests can also buy additional drinks to keep the drinks flowing through the night!

Created by long-term friends Maya Black and Scarlett Jamieson, Bread Flower was created as the chefs combined their love of sourdough baking and flower arranging to launch the brand earlier this year.

Based at KAMPUS in Manchester city centre, they pair are known for their New York style sourdough bagels, schmears and seasonal flowers that always leave the taste buds tingling!

With a full menu to be released very soon, this event is guaranteed to be mouth-watering for guests lucky enough to secure a ticket!

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Manchester Union Brewery x Bread Flower

Date: Thursday 21st October
Time: 6:30pm
Cost: £45
Venue: Manchester Union Brewery, 96D North Western Street, Manchester M12 6JL

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