We’ve launched our spring and summer menus

W e’ve launched our new menus just in time for spring and summer, with delicious beer pairings.

Dishes include British pub classics and light bites for the warmer months ahead, including a torched mackerel rocket salad with a lime and caramel dressing – which pairs perfectly with the citrus, pineapple, and grapefruit notes of Proper Job IPA.

Taking inspiration from our famous line-up of beers, our Head of Food, Lewis Allington has worked in close partnership with our Brewing Director, Georgina Young, to highlight select dishes on the menu that match the taste of Proper Job – as well as Tribute pale ale and korev lager.

 

Commenting on the update to the menu, Lewis Allington, Head of Food said:

A s a business we are well-known for our expertise in brewing delicious and high-quality beers. It felt like a natural next step for us to highlight which dishes on our menu complement the flavour of our flagship brands - which we’re very proud to serve in all our pubs – and provide the ultimate food and drink experience for our guests.

The new menus also continue to provide a wide range of options for vegans and vegetarians. Delicious additions for spring and summer include the rainbow chard and olive rigatoni, finished with a plant-based parmesan cheese, as well as a basil and toasted pine nut gnocchi.

Ahead of the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee, St Austell has also added some truly celebratory dishes to its menus including a tropical trifle, made from a mouth-watering pomegranate molasses and rum-infused sponge, pineapple, passion fruit and mango compote with crème anglaise. Light summer bites with a regal twist include a Coronation chicken salad with lime and coriander.

 

Commenting further on his highlights of the spring and summer menu, Lewis added:

“It’s fantastic to see lots of pub classics that our customers love, alongside plenty of lighter, fresher options for those long, summery days. Personally, my favourite new dish would have to be the roasted lamb rump, which is pan-seared and oven-roasted, served with braised faggot, a pea risotto, and broad beans, and a deliciously rich lamb sauce.”

“We are also very proud that our menus continue to showcase and celebrate the strong relationships we have with local suppliers across our West Country heartland, including Westcountry Produce, Etherington Meat Company and Cornish Coffee.”

 

To find the website of your nearest St Austell Brewery pub, and view the menu, visit: https://staustellbrewery.co.uk/pubs/our-managed-pubs/

Feeling peckish?

Our new spring and summer menu is here, featuring a choice of reimagined pub classics, fresh seafood, and a selection of mouth-watering sweet options.