Chef’s gluten-free beers created to complement fish and chips
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A Norfolk chef has created the perfect beers to complement the fish and chips he serves at his renowned Morston Hall and No 1 Cromer restaurants.
Galton Blackiston's Galton's No 1 Lager and Ale, both gluten free, were created with local farmers, maltsters and brewers.
Mr Blackiston said: 'I loved the idea of crafting my own ale and lager to match with our foods. And I could not have envisaged the way it has turned out.'
Micro-brewery Norfolk Brewhouse, based in Hindringham, and its head brewer Bruce Ash, helped with the recipe development.
David Holliday, co-founder of Norfolk Brewhouse, said: 'It was important that the beers went with fish and chips.
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'The fish taste can be quite dominant, so the beers had to stand up to the food. If you had fish and, say, a pint of Guinness, then the Guinness flavour would be too strong.'
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