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Field to Fork: Comber Earlies Potato and Cocktail Showcase

McBride's on the Square, 1-3 The Square, Comber, County Down, BT23 5DX
Photo of  The Echlinville Distillery sign on exterior to building

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This event is part of Taste Summer in Ards and North Down. To view the full programme, click here.

What better way to celebrate Comber Earlies than with a meal expertly crafted to showcase them at their very best! Add a litte bit of local distillery talent in the form of Echlinville Distillery's cocktail skills and you can't fail to be impressed. The evening will feature the Distillery team will introduce guests to their range of field to glass spirits which will be paired with Northern Irish Cheeses. Music will be from The Broken Strings Band. A superb opportunity to give the Comber Earlies potato the worship it deserves and also lean a wee bit about local cheese and spirits.

Over 18's only.

For more information on safe alcohol consumption, visit the Drink Aware website.

Please ensure that you read and understand all terms and conditions associated with this event as per the event provider on booking.

In line with government guidance around COVID-19, we encourage event attendees to continue to make safer choices including sanitising, wearing a face covering and keeping distance as appropriate.

Please note all events are subject to change.

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