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Miller’s brews up a special night of food and beer



Miller’s Fish and Chips in Haxby, York, is hosting a special one-off collaboration night this Saturday with craft brewery BrewDog to celebrate the recent addition of its beers to the menu.


The Haxby-based chippy is featuring a four-course menu, fusing the tastes of the sea with a hand-picked selection of BrewDog beers to complement each course.

Josh Quantrill, north regional sales manager, said: “With a passion for the highest standards of quality, fantastic customer experiences and flavour at the forefront of everything we both do, Miller’s and BrewDog is a match made in heaven!”

The following day, the Miller family will travel to Ålesund in Norway and visit the Leinebris vessel that supplies the sustainably sourced MSC haddock used in the shop.

Providing a greater insight into the industry and their supply chain, co-owners and father and son team Nick and David hope to use the experience to teach others about the importance of sustainable fishing and protecting the future of the oceans.

Nick Miller explains: “Quality and sustainability is at the heart of everything we do and we believe everyone should know more about where the food on their plate comes from. Because Miller’s is MSC certified, we’re able to tell our customers where their fish was caught – and why is tastes so great as a result!”


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