There’s a Beer For That is aiming to get people thinking differently about beer.Focussing on three core messages Ã¢â‚¬â€œ quality, diversity and versatility – the campaign is driving awareness and understanding of the wide range of styles and flavours of beers available in the UK today.
Through our beer themed Christmas recipes, There’s a Beer For That is providing a fresh new twist to the festive table this Christmas, along with the perfect beer pairing suggestion.
- 8-10 tsp mincemeat
- 8 slices of thick sliced white bread (crusts removed)
- A little spreading butter
- 4 tbsp caster sugar
- 100g self raising flour (sifted)
- 150ml ale
- Vegetable oil for deep fat frying
- Spread one side of bread with a fine layer of butter. Spoon 1 tsp mincemeat into the centre of the buttered bread.
- Take a second buttered slice, press and seal the two slices together. Cut the bread with a star or round cutter and chill for 30 minutes.
- Make the batter by mixing the sugar and flour together. Whisk in the ale until the batter becomes thick.
- Heat the vegetable oil (5 cm deep) to 180°C (350°F)
- Dip the chilled bread shapes into the batter and fry until golden brown on both sides.
- Once cooked, drain the doughnuts on crumpled kitchen roll. Dust with sugar before serving.
Beer pairing suggestion:
St. Austell Smugglers Vintage Ale