Norfolk

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  • Yetman’s Brewery

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    Supplies hand-made beer from their own brewery in rural Norfolk. The brewery is situated in a 200-year-old barn overlooking barley fields and livestock. On a clear day you can see the sea from the front door. Uses only Maris Otter mated barley and whole hop flowers, which provide for more intense, clean flavours. Provides beer for many local outlets in the Holt area, plus a few in Norwich and also supplies casks with stillages and cooling gear for parties and events.

  • Arthur’s Organic Deliveries

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    Arthur’s has been trading for over thirty years, firstly as a wholefood shop and, since 2002, as an organic veg-box scheme for Norfolk. We provide a regular home delivery service of Soil Association-certified vegetables and fruit. Standard boxes or ‘choose your own. Packed by experts and delivered with a cheery smile (most days, conditions apply) with local (East Anglian) produce used whenever available. Organic, Norfolk free-range eggs, locally milled flour, locally pressed apple juice and general wholefoods also included. Our main suppliers are Grahame and Lizzie Hughes, who were pioneers in the organic movement and who now wholesale from local farmers and grow under 1/4 acre of glass near Attleborough. Our delivery area includes Norwich and the towns of Dereham, Watton, Thetford, Wymondham, Attleborough, Long Stratton. We have extended our area to include Beccles, Bungay and Halesworth. The national schemes just can’t compete with us for freshness and minimum food miles.

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    Bray’s Cottage Pork Pies

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    The team at Bray’s Cottage Pork Pies, based in a flint barn overlooking the wild North Norfolk coast, are famous for making unusually good, award winning, pork pies. Owner, Sarah Pettegree, says her pies are all about flavour and the celebration of great food. In the Spring she forages for fragrant wild garlic in the woods beside the nearby River Glaven. In the winter the pies have festive fig and orange and the summer lemon, parsley and garlic. Besides the seasonal pies they have a year round range which includes onion marmalade pork pies (their best seller), a more traditional pork pie and one with chorizo. Their pies are available from good independent retailers across the UK. They also have a thriving mail-order pie shop and make large celebration pies, with bespoke pastry messages baked on top. Sarah says “Our celebration pies are used for birthday’s, wedding proposals and everything in between, including incredibly funny ones! I love being part of people’s special occasions.” They are also known for their beautiful, multi-tiered wedding pork pies, which have been featured in national and international publications, from GQ to Country Living. They only make one of those a week, so it pays to get your booking in early. And, if you would like to learn to make pork pies they also run pork pie courses, in conjunction with Dr Tim Kinnaird of Masterchef fame’s cookery school in Norwich.