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									                                 Curry and Beer Tasting Night Menu, £35
On Wednesday, June 9th starting at 7:30 pm, The Falcon celebrates that most perfect of combinations – cold beer
   and warm curry. Please join us, and the head of Flavour and Quality Control for Wells & Young's Brewing
 Company, as we tour through seven courses of curries (including one chili) and beers from around the world.
                                                                    Starter
                                         Mulligatawny Soup paired with Waggledance Honey Beer
   This is Anglo-Indian soup literally means pepper water. Mulligatawny Soup was created by servants for the English Raj who demanded a
                                           soup course from a cuisine that had never produced one.

                                                            Main Tasting Plates
                                         Red Thai Chicken Curry with Jasmine Rice paired with Singha
   Traditional Thai curries are made with coconut milk, meat, vegetables, fruit and herbs such as lemon grass and various types of curry paste.
                              Variations in these pastes include yellow, green red, massaman, khing and panang curry.

                                           Japanese Pork Katsu Curry with Rice paired with Kirin
    Curry was introduced to Japan by the British in the Meiji era (1869–1913) after Japan ended its policy of national self-isolation (Sakoku),
   and curry in Japan is categorized as a Western dish. Its spread across the country is commonly attributed to its use in the Japanese Army
    and Navy. The standard thick Japanese curry contains chunks of onions, carrots, potatoes and a meat. In northern and eastern Japan
                                           including Tokyo, pork is the most popular meat for curry.

                                  TexMex Beef Chili con Carne and Homemade Bread paired with Corona
  Chili con carne is a spicy Mexican-American stew whose name Spanish meaning "peppers with meat." Traditional versions are made, from
    chili peppers, garlic, onions, and cumin, along with chopped or ground beef. Region differences include Texas style which contains no
    beans, white chili made with turkey and chili verde (green chili). Ours is a traditional Eastern America version made with minced beef,
                                                             beans and tomatoes.

                                       Indian Prawn Butter Curry with Naan Bread paired with Cobra
      The word curry is an anglicised version of the Tamil word ‘khari’ which is usually understood to mean "gravy" or "sauce" rather than
   "spices". Although there is no one specific attribute that marks a dish as "curry", some distinctive spices used in many Indian curry dishes
               include turmeric, cumin, coriander, fenugreek, and peppers. This is a Northern Indian dish from the Punjab region.

                        South African Lamb Curry in a Bread Bowl (Bunny Chow) paired with East AfricanTusker
     The cuisine of South Africa is incredibly diverse given it variety of multicultural sources. This includes cookery practiced by indigenous
     people of South Africa such as the Zulu plus, settler cuisine from waves of immigration during the colonial period by people of Indian,
    Afrikaner (Dutch, German French) and British descent. In addition, slaves and servants, brought influences from Malaysia and Java and
                                  recipes from neighbouring colonial cultures such as Portuguese Mozambique.

                                                                   Dessert
                             The Falcon’s Home Made Beer Ice Cream paired with Well’s Banana Bread Beer
     We proudly produce our homemade ice cream with Young's Double Chocolate Stout, a 5.2% abv stout which contains dark chocolate
                                                     essence and chocolate malt


                               Some of the items on this menu contain nut products. Please ask your server for details
                                               Rushden Road  Bletsoe  Bedfordshire  MK44 IQN
                              Tel: 01234781222  Email: thefalcona6@aol.com  Website: www.thefalconbletsoe.co.uk
                                                   The Evening’s Beers
Beer is the world's oldest and most widely consumed alcoholic beverage which is produced by the brewing and fermentation of malted
barley, wheat, corn or rice. Most beer is flavoured with hops, which add bitterness and act as a natural preservative. Beers are categorized
into two main types—the globally popular pale lagers, and the regionally distinct ales which are further categorised into other varieties such
as pale ale, stout and brown ale.

Waggle Dance Honey Beer
The waggle dance is the ceremonial performance a bee gives to alert the hive to a source of nectar. This perfectly balanced and deliciously
subtle golden ale kicks off our evening. Brewed using Charles Well’s own natural mineral water and real honey, this delicious ale has
tantalising honeyed aromas tempered by a grassy, lemony nose all leading to a finely balanced, fresh, delicate flavour of hops with a
lingering dry finish.

Singha
Boon Rawd Brewery was set up in 1933, the first beer to be brewed by a Thai. Singha beer was introduced in the 1970s; its rich taste and
exotic flavours were brewed to perfectly compliment spicy Thai cuisine. A premium lager, Singha is a full bodied 100% barley malt beer
with strong hop characteristics.

Kirin
In 1870, William Copeland, an American, opened up Spring Valley Brewery in Yokohama, Japan. In 1885, the company was renamed
Japan Brewery Company and three years later launched the sale of its German-style lager beer under the name Kirin. The Kirin beer itself
was named after the mythical Japanese beast that was half deer and half dragon, bringing fortune in its presence. The luxurious single
wort (or first press) process yields a unique, complex flavor. Kirin is a great beer that goes with anything – with the finest barley malt,
premium hops, smooth finish and no bitter aftertaste.

Corona
Beer in Mexico has a long history. While Mesoamerican cultures knew of fermented alcoholic beverages, including a corn beer, long before
the Spanish conquest, European style beer brewed with barley was introduced with the Spanish soon after Cortés’ arrival. Brewer of
Corona, Grupo Modelo, started in the mid 1800s. However, the company couldn't export because it didn't own the Corona name. The
name, was already being used by a Jamaican beer company who did not want to give it up. In the early 1980s, Grupo Modelo took the
Jamaican company to court to be able to use the name, stating it in fact used the name first but hadn't trademarked it. The judge found in
favor of Grupo Modelo. Spanish for the word ‘crown’, Corona is a pale lager and a perfect complement to Mexican and other spicy foods.

Cobra
Cobra Premium Beer is brewed to an authentic Indian recipe using only the finest natural ingredients. A unique blend of barley malt and
yeast with maize, hops and rice gives Cobra its distinctive, clean and extra smooth taste. Cobra has a perfect balance of fullness and
bitterness with a textured body. Full and hoppy, with strong fruit hints on both the nose and the palate. Cobra pours a bright, vibrant gold
colour and has a light, floral hoppy aroma. This premium quality lager beer is brewed with aroma hops from the world-renowned Hallertau
region of Bavaria. Its unique recipe gives Cobra a refreshing, satisfyingly smooth taste with soft fruit tones and a subtle malty flavour.
Cobra is also less gassy than many other lagers, making it highly drinkable. It has a crisp and clean finish.

Tusker Finest Quality Lager
Kenya's Heritage Since 1922. Tusker Lager has been brewed in East Africa since 1922. Named after the elephant that killed George Hurst,
one of the brewery's founders, Tusker claims that special heritage of being one of the first beers in East Africa. Over the years, this unique
lager has become a part of East Africa's rich tradition. Tusker is brewed with high quality malt, made from equatorial barley grown at the
base of Mt. Kenya, choicest hops and water that springs from the renowned Aberdare mountain ranges. Tusker's famous crisp, refreshing
taste and finest quality has continuously earned Gold Medals in the prestigious International Monde Selection Awards.

Banana Bread Beer
A perfect dessert beer made by Charles Wells - an independent family brewer since 1876. Many years ago, ale was known as ‘liquid
bread’ so, the company has used fair-trade bananas to awaken the senses with a seriously fruity, rich, banana bread beer. It has tempting
banoffee aromas and flavours balanced by the silky richness of a malt blend and the peppery spice of the freshest, ripest hops.

                             Some of the items on this menu contain nut products. Please ask your server for details
                                             Rushden Road  Bletsoe  Bedfordshire  MK44 IQN
                            Tel: 01234781222  Email: thefalcona6@aol.com  Website: www.thefalconbletsoe.co.uk

								
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