Street food and fine dining collaborations see Good Friday made great with fish and beer

By Grimsby Telegraph | Posted: 18 Apr 2019

Two of Grimsby's hottest brands are collaborating to deliver a really Good Friday.

Alfred Enderby has launched a new street food venture, the 'Ro Ro' boat, and is dropping anchor at Docks Beers tomorrow in a maiden voyage. 

And while that takes place outside the King Edward Street brewery, beers brewed within will be used to produce batter at The Counting House in Cleethorpes. 

Known for the finest of seafood, and holding he highest grade Good Taste Award for its smoked salmon, Enderby's focus will be on fishcake buns and mushy peas for hungry drinkers. 

In Sea View Street, two former colleagues are uniting for the fish and beer collaboration.

 Stewart Andrews, manager of Docks Taphouse, used to work with The Counting House head chef Daniel Wright at Millfields Hotel. Building on a decade of friendship, Docks' Never Say Die will be combined with seabass or hake for diners to delight in. 

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