If meat and beer are your idea of a match made in heaven, you're not going to want to miss this one-off event.
On Sunday, April 2, Pilsner Urquell beer and Cazador restaurant will unite to present foodies with a one-off, three-course lunch.
Keepers of the Craft Sunday Supper Club is a collaborative lunch that will showcase a unique collection of beer-infused products, made by some of New Zealand’s top artisans. Long-favoured as one of Auckland's finest restaurants, Cazador’s master of meat, Dariush Lolaiy, will be roasting a pig on the spit in the restaurant’s courtyard.
To indulge beer-lovers beyond the rim of a beer glass, award-winning products from family owned and operated businesses Westmere Butchery and Wild Wheat Bakery will put a spin on Czech Saaz hops – an imperial hop variety that is a key element in the beer’s unique flavour profile.
Sabato cheesemonger Calum Hodgson, will treat lucky punters to a spread of cured meats and cheeses, while celebrated Czech chocolatier George Havlik from Bohemein Fresh Chocolates in Wellington, will be on-hand to delight guests with an indulgent dessert, to cap off a stunning afternoon.
For more information or to secure your tickets, see here.