11 Aug 2022
Experience the best of British at select Young’s pubs with the launch of its new supper club series this August and September. Bringing together land, sea and gin, Young’s have partnered with Plymouth gin for a collection of intimate ‘Food for Thought’ dinners celebrating the best of seasonal produce from across the British Isles, complete with a gin-tastic cocktail pairing.
Over 15 pubs across London and the south of England will be taking part, from the Duke of Cambridge in Battersea to the Riverstation in Bristol and No.38 in Cheltenham to Clapham’s Windmill pub (full list below).
Created by Young’s Executive Chef Matt Sullivan with a focus on sustainability, dine on a seven-course tasting menu that showcases produce from land and sea, all sustainably sourced with the aim of helping the oceans and native ecosystems. Looking innovative ways to help the environment, the menu centres around ingredients which are found in abundance but often underutilised. Discover dishes including Devon Spider crab with pickled seat beets and heritage apple, Dorset snails with a porridge sourdough, Wood pigeon with Scottish girolles and sorrel cream, and a Shropshire goat with bone marrow and chestnut gnocchi.
The menu will be accompanied by a collection of gin cocktails from Plymouth Gin, including a classic G&T, Gimlet and Sloe Gin with ginger.
Starting from 22nd August at The Duke’s Head in Wallington, Young’s supper clubs are priced at £100 per person for seven courses with a selection of gin tipples, and with only 20 spaces per dinner, booking is essential. Book via each pub’s website by visiting the ‘What’s On’ page.
The supper club series is part of Young’s ongoing partnership with Plymouth Gin, supporting the gin brand’s work towards sustainability and fundraising drive for the Ocean Conservation Trust. So far this year, Young’s have raised over £20,000 for Ocean Conservation Trust with Plymouth Gin, which goes straight to their work to clean up and protect our seas.
Upcoming supper club dates:
- Monday 22nd August: The Duke’s Head, Wallington. Book here
- Tuesday 23rd August: The Riverstation, Bristol. Book here
- Tuesday 23rd August: Duke of Cambridge, Battersea. Book here
- Tuesday 23rd August: Red Barn, Blindley Heath. Book here
- Tuesday 30th August: The Prince Alfred, Maida Vale. Book here
- Wednesday 31st August: Lion and Unicorn, Kentish Town. Book here
- Wednesday 7th September: The Onslow Arms, Clandon. Book here
- Monday 12th September: Smiths of Smithfield, Farringdon. Book here
- Tuesday 13th September: Founder’s Arms, South Bank. Book here
- Wednesday 14th September: No. 38 The Park, Cotswolds. Book here
- Tuesday 20th September: The Leather Bottle, Earlsfield. Book here
- Wednesday 21st September: The Marlborough, Richmond. Book here
- Wednesday 21st September: The Windmill, Clapham. Book here
- Monday 26th September: The Bull, Streatham. Book here
- Wednesday 28th September: Enderby House, Greenwich. Book here