New brew for city
Dundonians get a taste for beer and marmalade
It has created what claims to be the first-ever spreadable beer marmalade which follows a recent feud over the preserve’s origins.
Marm & Ale combines Innis & Gunn oak-aged IPA with Dundee’s finest marmalade, while the new Beer Kitchen in South Tay Street has brewed a new flavour of marmalade IPA.
It uses Innis & Gunn’s beer percolator that allows the brewer to infuse beers with accent flavours from a wide range of artisanal ingredients.
Dougal Sharp, Innis & Gunn founder and master brewer said: “Launching in this great city has provided us with an opportunity to do what we do best: push the boundaries of what’s possible with beer through innovation and experimentation.
“That’s why we’ve been hard at work brewing a marmalade IPA and even creating spreadable beer for adventurous foodies. We’re proud to be setting up shop in such an innovative and vibrant city, we can’t wait to share our passion for great beer with Dundonians.
“With a focus on pairing food and beer, we are educating diners about the nuances and complexities in beer that they otherwise might be unaware of. Our staff will let them know what type of beer best accompanies a meaty stew for example or what they should sip on to draw out new flavours in sweet desserts.”