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Wednesday, 30 March 2021 12:04

Innis & Gunn opens The Beer Kitchen in Dundee with 'spreadable beer'

Innis & Gunn's Marm & Ale

Scottish brewer Innis & Gunn has launched the world’s first ever beer marmalade - Marm & Ale - which combines Innis & Gunn oak-aged IPA with Dundee’s finest preserve.

The launch coincides with the opening of The Beer Kitchen, at 10 South Tay Street which has been designed by award winning architects Morgan McDonnell in a Scandi-Scottish style.

The Beer Kitchen will serve a wide range of craft beer along with a specially curated menu featuring chopped and charred and low and slow style dishes as well as pub classics.

All food at Innis & Gunn’s Beer Kitchens are created with a focus of matching them with beers. Expertly trained waiting staff will guide diners on the best food and beer pairings.

The new bar will house two five hectolitre tanks serving unpasteurised lager fresh from the brewery as well as an open cellar with limited edition oak aged cask beers. Dundonians will also be able to take home Innis & Gunn beers in two-litre growlers.

The first “The Beer Kitchen” in Edinburgh recently scooped up an award for New Casual Dining Design Concept of the Year at the Casual Dining Awards in February.

Spearheaded by retail veteran David Hall, the ‘Beer Kitchen’ brand will continue to roll out venues across the UK and internationally, with plans for another 2 sites by the end of 2016.

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