Alcoholic Drinks at Firebrand Artisan Breads

If you’re having a meal at Firebrand Artisan Breads and you’re not going to be driving home, it’s well worth treating yourself to one of the alcoholic beverages that are available to accompany your meal. The drinks have been specially chosen to go well with the items on the menu. If you’d like a particular recommendation then don’t be afraid to ask, the staff will be more than happy to suggest the drink they think is the best match for your chosen menu item.

The wines at Firebrand Artisan Breads

The wines that have been chosen to be served at Firebrand Artisan Breads are all light, and most of them are dry. Firebrand Artisan Breads feel these go best with the types of dish they serve on their menu. All the wine is German, from Rudi Wiest. All wines are available by the glass or by the bottle.

If you like a sparking wine, then the Fristz Muller Secco is a fine choice. Made with Muller Thurgau grapes, this is a lovely fresh wine with fruity notes. It’s light bodied and easy to drink. Another lovely sparking wine is the semi-sparkling Fritz Muller Rose. Perfect if you don’t want you sparking wine to be overly fizzy! This beautiful pink wine is fruity with a hint of spice and is made from Portugieser and Pinot Noir grapes.

There there is the Von Buhl Riesling. A dry white wine that has a lime taste with honey notes. If you prefer a red wine, then the Becker Family Pinot Noir is the obvious choice. This silky smooth wine has cherry flavors with a hint of earthy tobacco. Finally, the juicy Nagelsforst Rose made from Merlot and Pinot Noir grapes is a lovely dry wine with a taste of red berries.

The beers at Firebrand Artisan Breads

There’s always a great craft beer to try at Firebrand Artisan Breads. There’s usually a good choice, so whether you fancy a stout, or a lighter IPA, you’ll find something to perfectly complement your meal. For something a little different, you could try the Mikkeller Raspberry Blush Coffee Sour, or perhaps the Upright Supercool IPA would suit you better? The Fort Point beers such as KSA, Villager and Park wheat beer are all very popular too.