This summertime, top-rate beer emblem, Prabha, is touring the UK to bring the bold flavor and light flavor of its pilsner to existence within the maximum unexpected of approaches – the Prabha Food Market Pop-Up! The tour lands in Birmingham this week, taking to Centenary Square this Thursday (18/07) and Friday (19/07).
Beer and meal fanatics can sample many food options stimulated with the aid of the taste of Prabha, a crisp, light-tasting, and clean beer from the legendary brewers of Staropramen. From a pilsner nitro sorbet to wasabi and pickled ginger meringues, prepare your taste buds for an ambitious foodie revel in like no other!
First up is a classic summer season staple to conquer the warmth: a super easy sorbet that mirrors Prabha’s ambitious and mild flavor cues. A pilsner sorbet may also appear to be an unusual combination, but this one, made with liquid nitrogen, is suddenly clean and deliciously light.
For foodies up for a challenge, head immediately to our Edible Bubble Volcano and try to seize the light-as-air flavor of Prabha on your tongue. Releasing hundreds of bubbles each minute, it’s up to you to chase and trap the beer bubbles and enjoy their slightly malty, hoppy flavor with only a hint of sweetness.
The authentic flavor connoisseurs among us are the weird and delicious creations from experimental meal experts, The Robin Collective, which take this foodie to enjoy to the next degree. Taking Prabha’s formidable flavor and light flavor as inspiration, they’ve created various mini edibles, operating with the most delicate ingredients to hold the boldest flavors. From wasabi and pickled ginger meringue to a double raspberry marshmallow, each fit for human consumption has been designed to marry flawlessly with the flavor of Prabha. For the boldest beer connoisseurs, pair a chilled Prabha pattern with our chipotle chili and burnt corn popcorn to reduce the Saaz hops’ enduring bitterness and make the precise finish bigger.
Every traveler may also get to pattern Prabha’s crisp, clean taste with a 33ml sample of the lighter-tasting pilsner given to each attendee.
Real-time. Real consuming.
When you consider it, I assume that is what Social Media turned into invented for. Because it sure isn’t any top for advertising! *wink* I don’t know about any of you; however, now I’m at the factor where I experiment with my Facebook and Twitter for what people are chomping down and what delicious drinks they may be enjoying. I’m over the Tweets on Forex, ramblings of Confucius, and what kind of Kim Kardashian loves us and her excessive heels.
Speaking of Miss Kardashian (she’s now not married, right? I can’t preserve up), I think she needs to step up her #tweetingwhatsheseating. I KNOW she eats! Right??
But I digress (I’ve been ready to use that line for a while…)
Give me roast pork and cheddar with a Newcastle Brown Ale replace any day…And preferably with a picture. This brings me to my next factor: Pictures with the updates rock! Do you need to peer what each person is enjoying properly? That must be 50% of your updates while possible. Now on to the detractors, or the ‘online food downers.’ (I do not know a higher catchphrase than that, so thoughts are welcome in the comments below!)