Celebrate St Andrew’s Day with a Pie and a Pint

November 25, 2020

Celebrate St Andrew’s Day with a Pie and a Pint

Celebrate St Andrew’s Day on Sunday 29th of November (technically Monday but hey ho) with this fantastic collaboration between Bellfield Brewery and King of Feasts!

King of Feasts will be serving up some delicious pies made with Black Pudding and Haggis supplied by the award winning Findlays of Portobello and Bellfield will be offering mini-casks, mini-kegs and 3 pint cartons of their award winning beers. 

We are taking advance orders only for this exclusive event. Please email your order along with a pickup time to taproom@bellfieldbrewery.com by Saturday the 28th of November at midday. And then pick up your party pie (to be heated at home) and some award winning Bellfield beer on Sunday the 29th between 12 noon and 5:30pm.

Pie and Pint Prices

Pie Options

Beef Shin and Bone Marrow (GF)

Findlays Haggis and Black Pudding with Black Pepper and Whisky Sauce (GF)

Butternut Squash, Sage and Comte (V, GF)

Sides

Hasselback New Potatoes, Herb Butter (V, GF)

Kale with Black Pepper and Thyme (V, GF)

Beer

Mini-Casks: Jex-Blake Mosaic IPA, Lawless Village IPA 

Mini-Kegs: Craft Lager

Tap / Draught Beer: Lawless Village IPA, Session Ale, Craft Lager, Bohemian Pilsner.

Pie and Beer Prices

Group size 

Pie Only 

Pie & 5L Cask 

Pie & 5L Keg 

Pie & 3 Pints of Tap Beer 

Sides

1  

£6

£26

£27.50

£15

£4

£8

£28

£29.50

£17

£6

4

£10

£30

£31.50

£19

£8

6

£12

£32

£33.50

£21

£10






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