45-50 sticks per kg
People are struggling: first searching for a way to describe the taste and texture of Beer Sticks, and second, trying to stop eating the whole pack before they’ve finished their first pint. That’s the thing about Beer Sticks, they’re moreish and they are the perfect partner to a pint or a flute or even a cup of Earl Grey. Don’t be frightened! Yes, there’s a small spark at the end but it’s a lovely surprise.
If you want to find Britain’s most exciting pair of charcutiers go no further than a farm in the heart of the Kentish Weald called Owley Farm. Here you’ll discover British Charcuterie pioneers John Doig and Ian Jones, owners of Moons Green Charcuterie.
Obsessive about the craft they have been pursuing for almost ten years, they are the team who inspired the invention of many local classics of the young British charcuterie movement including these now ubiquitous, and utterly delicious, Beer Sticks.
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