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Northern Restaurant and Bar Feature


beer and cider tasting theatre. Experts talk through matching wine, beer and cider with food whilst the audience get to sample the food and drink step by step, improving their knowledge and helping maximise sales for their business.


Specialist Areas As well as the main exhibition stands the show has three specialist areas. The Spirit Room is a long bar beside Drinks Live and features a mix of spirit brands including Hunters Gin, Old J Spiced Rum, and Winding River Liqueurs.


The market-style stands in the Market Kitchen area are filled with small, artisan producers such as Bobby’s Bangers, Northern Bloc ice cream, The Bury Black Pudding Company and Woodall’s British Charcuterie.


The Craft Beer Quarter also returns and is the specialist area for craft beer. Breweries include American Craft Beer Company, Big Hug Brewing, Heathwick World Craft Beers, Red Willow and The Cotswold Cider Company.


Above: Gary Usher.


Drinks Live


The dedicated theatre for bartenders hosts talks and tastings from industry icons and mavericks. Drinks Live also hosts the annual Northern Restaurant & Bar cocktail competition. This year’s competition is sponsored by Whitley Neill gin and the bartender with the winning recipe will win a trip to South Africa!


Market Kitchen


The Market Kitchen theatre hosts kitchen skills demonstrations including baking, butchery, fishmongery and cooking with specialist and niche produce. Demonstrations this year come from Lovingly Artisan, Chilli Banana, Umezushi and more.


Grape & Grain Grape & Grain is the show’s wine, 12 MARCH 2017


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