Gosnells, London’s only meadery, recently launched a bar and tasting room upstairs at the Coal Rooms that offers a unique way for people to experience its products. The space serves Original and Vintage meads alongside an ever-changing menu of British gastronomy.
Gosnells Upstairs at Coal Rooms gives people the chance to try experimental ferments such as hibiscus and barrel-aged varieties, as well as non-alcoholic options. For those who are looking to try a bit of everything, a Gosnells flight is also available. Some of the food that can be enjoyed with the mead include potatoes, cheese, sausages and butter pudding.
To complement the food and drinks that it offers, the Gosnells Upstairs at Coal Rooms bar also offers activities like a mead masterclass, as well as weekly tours of the one-of-a-kind meadery.
Gosnells' Bar and Tasting Room Pairs Mead with British Gastronomy
1. Mead-focused Bars - There is an opportunity for bars and tasting rooms to focus on mead like Gosnells and offer unique pairings with British gastronomy.
2. Experimental Ferments - As more people become interested in mead, there is an opportunity to offer experimental ferments like hibiscus and barrel-aged varieties.
3. Non-alcoholic Mead - Non-alcoholic mead could be a disruptive innovation opportunity for companies to offer more options for those who don't drink alcohol but still want to enjoy the taste of mead.
1. Food and Beverage - Innovative bars and tasting rooms can disrupt the food and beverage industry by offering unique pairings with mead and British gastronomy.
2. Alcohol - With more interest in mead, the alcohol industry can disrupt the market by offering more experimental ferments and non-alcoholic options.
3. Education and Tourism - Companies can disrupt the education and tourism industries by offering mead masterclasses and tours of meaderies like Gosnells.