The event is being held as part of BASC’s National Taste of Game Fortnight, which will run from 6th–20th November. National Taste of Game Fortnight is part of BASC’s Game’s On initiative which highlights the benefits of game meat as a local, wild and nutritious food and encourages people to enjoy eating game. BASC has teamed up with chefs from the museum’s Brewery Tap bar and restaurant to celebrate the tradition of game cookery and real ale brewing.
Steve Bloomfield, BASC’s Midlands regional director, said: “The evening will start with a guided tour of the museum during which guests will be able to sample some of the ales produced in the museum’s micro-brewery. Following a museum tour and beer tasting, guests will be treated to a three course game menu designed by the Brewery Tap’s head chef using local seasonal game and produce.”
Tickets cost £30 per person. For further information and tickets contact BASC’s Midland regional centre on 01889 565050. Forms are available to download from www.basc.org.uk
For more details about National Taste of Game Fortnight and Game’s On and a range of game recipes, visit www.gameson.org.uk