The Frenchies team have curated a special degustation experience and revolution beer for Bastille Day this year.
Available for dinner between Wednesday, 13th and Saturday, 16th July at $85 per person, the celebratory degustation features four courses that pay homage to our Co-Founders, Thomas Cauquil and Vincent De Soyres’ French homeland.
You can expect:
- A duck, chicken and foie gras pâté en croûte
- Pike quenelles with nantua sauce
- Cassoulet Montalbanais for the main. Originating from south west France, the dish features housemade Toulouse sausage, confit duck, pistachio saucisson and pork belly, which is baked in parsley, white beans and a rich tomato sauce, making it the ideal winter warmer.
- To complete the special experience, trained French pastry chef and fellow Frenchie, Celine Vendeville will be creating another classic for dessert: vanilla crème brûlée with sablé biscuit.
Our brewers have developed a limited edition revolution beer, Bastille 1789 for the occasion.
This Blonde Lager is rich in Strisselspalt and Saaz hops, as well as pils, wheat and crystal malts from eastern France.
With an ABV of 4.5% it’s an easily drinkable brew, and will be available from the brewery, through several venues and retailers, and special events across the country throughout the month of July.