Bringing alive beer at Born in the Borders

Diners at Born in the Borders will be able to try a range of beer and food combinations at the Friday night dinners
Diners at Born in the Borders will be able to try a range of beer and food combinations at the Friday night dinners
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Born in the Borders is hoping to turn people’s perceptions of food and drink combinations around with new beer and food nights in the restaurant at the visitor centre.

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Dark Horse 4.5% ABV

Scottish Borders Brewery

A classic Scottish dark ale with overtones of chocolate and coffee that make it a natural partner for wintery puddings such as chocolate tart and banoffee pie. Also goes well with stews.

Merlin’s Ale 4.2% ABV

Broughton Brewery

Merlin’s Ale is a lightly-hopped golden beer with a biscuit malt character. Match it with light, nutty cheeses or lighter foods such as chicken and fish.

Tyneside Brown Ale 4.7% ABV

Hadrian and Border Brewery

This brown ale is a full bodied, amber ale with very traditional bittering and aroma hops. Roast pork, smoked sausage or an aged Gouda are the perfect companions.

Solway Mist 5.5%

Sulwath Brewery

Naturally cloudy wheat beer. Despite its alcoholic strength, it mixes well with lighter seafood dishes such as steamed mussels.

All beers available in bottles from Born in the Borders.