Our Beer-inspired menu for The Connected Supper Club

The Connected Supper Club is an exciting new collaboration between digital thinkers and makers and creative supper club chefs.  A regular event (monthly to start with) it will bring together people at the forefront of digital making and thinking to make new connections, discuss emerging trends and eat some really delicious and creative food too.

The Connected Supper Club founder, Simon Nash, aims to work with different supper club chefs and to source some unusual locations for the events which will complement the discussions and themes of each supper club.

So, we’re super excited to be working with The Connected Supper Club for their inaugural dinner on 19 June 2015, in The Joker of Penton Street, Islington.  As we love (and make) beer, and as quite a few people in the tech world are fans of a craft brew or two, we’ve put together a beer-inspired menu, matched with some delicious beers that are available at The Joker.

Tickets are £25 per head and if you fancy coming along you can book your place here.

The Connected Supper Club

Menu for 19 June 2015

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Stout soda bread with Irish butter

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Salad of St Tola goat’s cheese, roasted beetroot, honey, seeds and seasonal leaves

Paired with Laines Pale Ale

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Braised chicken and fennel with wheat beer & tarragon

(Veggie option on request: Fennel & Leek Gratin with feta )

Crispy new potatoes with lemon and oregano

Steamed greens

Paired with Erdinger Weissbier

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False Bottom Porter brownies with cherry ice cream

Paired with Caledonian Eighty Shillings

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