A Yorkshire coast brewery has launched a recipe book that will benefit a Scarborough community charity.
The team at Hunmanby based Wold Top have collaborated with local chefs, colleagues and friends to develop 16 beer-inspired recipes including Marmalade Porter and Black Onion Seed Bread, Scarborough Fair IPA Cured Mackerel and Hello Velo Beer and Malt Doughnuts to raise money for Westway Open Arms.
Wold Top’s Kate Balchin said: “We’ve been talking about printing a Wold Top Recipe Book to promote beer as an ingredient and highlight the amazing chefs we have in this area for years, but we had never got round to it. It took a global pandemic to galvanise us into action!
“Over the years, we have been fortunate to sample many plates of delicious food made with Wold Top beer and now, thanks to the generosity of local chefs and our fabulous team who made this book possible, you can recreate some of these dishes at home.”
Contributors to the Wold Top Recipe Book include Michelin starred chef, James Mackenzie from the Pipe and Glass at South Dalton, Ben Cox from the Star at Sancton, Jamie Thickett from The Hide in Pocklington, Sarah Readman from Nabs Nosh and Wold Top team members Susie Freeman, Louize Jones and Kate Balchin.
The Wold Top Recipe Book costs £10 and is available online at woldtopbrewery.co.uk, from the Wold Top brewery shop and from Spirit of Yorkshire Distillery.
Wold Top Brewery was founded by in 2003 and is located on the Mellor family farm at Hunmanby Grange near Filey. The team use home grown barley and water from the farm’s borehole to produce a range of award-winning cask, keg and bottled beers that are available nationwide.