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Brewdog at The White HorseLondon gets its first taste of Brewdog’s no-holds barred food and beer tasting with a Burns Night dinner at one of the capital's finest beer pubs, The White Horse in Parson’s Green.

Alongside kilts, the bagpipes and poetry recitations of the great bard – of course – Brewdog co-founder James Watt promises “to add BrewDog’s customary bite” to the evening, providing “a spark of Scottish punk verve”.

As well as an array of BrewDog beers old and new, this will be the only UK-showing of Hello, My Name is Ingrid, an IPA brewed specifically for “the discerning Swedish market”. With Scottish-inspired dishes throughout, the dinner will close with a shot of BrewDog’s famous Tactical Nuclear Penguin Ice Cream Float.

Tuesday, 25 Jan; £45 a ticket; email Brendan@whitehorsew6.com, or tel: 020 7736 2115, The White Horse, 1-3 Parson’s Green, London SW6 4UL

Thanks to Tim Hampson for the lead on this one.

  • If you'd like to know what James's best beer and food match and his views on beer- – and bar- –related matters, see my Brewkids on the block piece in Imbibe, the UK's leading magazine for the on trade.