A Michelin-starred chef will be rustling up food at Birmingham’s Beer Central Festival this summer.
Brad Carter, chef-patron at Carters of Moseley, will will be cooking a specially created menu at the event, which takes place at 119 in Digbeth on Friday July 5 and Saturday July 6.
Birmingham-born Brad, who has appeared on television’s Saturday Kitchen, will be grilling and smoking a variety of meat, seafood and other seasonal ingredients using two specially created grills.
The menu has been carefully designed to pair perfectly with beers from two of his favourite breweries, The Kernel and Braybrooke.
The festival is organised by We Are Beer, the team behind the Bristol, London and Edinburgh craft beer festivals.
As well as getting the chance to experience Brad’s food, festival-goers will also enjoy world-class music line-up and selection of over 100 beers.
The food line-up also includes award-winning burger purveyors Original Patty Men and Baked in Brick.
Greg Wells, co-founder of We Are Beer, said: “We’re super excited to present a Michelin-starred chef as part of the food line-up for Beer Central.
“We’re super proud to host Brad and ‘Best Street Food Trader in Europe’ Lee DeSanges from Baked in Brick at the first Beer Central Festival.
“They along with street food kings Original Patty Men means we’ll be showcasing the breadth and best of what Birmingham’s food scene has to offer.”
Need to know
Beer Central will be held on July 5-6. Tickets are available via https://beercentralfestival.com/
The drinks line up will feature local breweries such as Neon Raptor, Glass House and Dig Brew Co, top UK breweries including Siren, Deya, Wild Beer and Thornbridge and International breweries including Dugges, Lervig and Stone & Wood.