Food and Drink celebration in Paisley
Paisley is getting ready for a food and drink extravaganza next with something to keep everyone happy. The 30th annual Paisley Beer Festival returns to Paisley Town Hall until Saturday 22nd April. 🍻
At the moment the Paisley Beer Festival is on, which is a popular attraction. The Paisley Real Ale Festival offers over 100 cask ales, as well as cider, mead, wine and a selection of international beers. Well worth a trip to find out some new beers and get the chance to talk to the brewers as well.
If beer isn’t your thing then how about Gin71? There will be gin tasting sessions from Gin71, founders of the UK’s first dedicated gin spa. Sample Arbikie, Gin Bothy, Isle of Harris and other Scottish craft gins. Tickets for Gin71’s tasting sessions are £25 per person which includes six samples. Book now at the Gin71 website.
Feeling hungry? then let Babu Kitchen, Mighty Mexican, Linton and Co Coffee, Scozzese Pizza and much more tickle your taste buds. Children’s portions are available and dietary requirements will be catered to when possible.
Jamie Scott, winner of Masterchef the Professionals 2014, will run a series of cooking demonstrations sharing his top cooking tips at Paisley Food and Drink Festival.
The chef, who runs the stunning The Newport restaurant overlooking the River Tay in Fife, will deliver three, free cooking demonstrations on Saturday 28 April to show audiences how to create top-class and delicious dining experiences at home.
The demonstrations will cover tasty recipes such as a how to get creative with your Sunday roast leftovers – delivered in association with Love Food Hate Waste, a mouth-watering vegetarian dish of cauliflower fritters and a fantastic spiced pork dish.
Paisley Food and Drink Festival
Paisley Real Ale Festival until Saturday 28th April
Paisley Food and Drink Festival Friday 27th and Saturday 28th April