Sabor Mahou MaridaDos has now arrived in Valencia and Alicante. After the success of its premiere in Madrid, this experience, created by Mahou, joins seven great chefs from the Valencian Community to enhance the flavour of the different dishes thanks to the creation of exclusive menus, all including an accompanying beer. It offer unique encounters between the best gastronomy and beer culture.
The restaurants that will host these unique menus are: Señuelo, a temple of seafood in the centre of Valencia; Shinkai Tastem, one of the great exponents of sushi in Spain located in Valencia; Casa Manolo, the cross between the traditional flavour and the irreverent creativity of chef Manuel Alonso. In Alicante the restaurants included are Puerto Blanco, the convergence of Spanish, Mexican and Japanese traditions proposed by Patrick Manguette; the fusion of Japanese and Spanish flavours by Jaime Iborra at Teselas; Moments, the sanctuary of the Remacha Sanz family overlooking the bay of Alicante and La Ereta, the vantage point from which Dani Frías offers his innovative take on traditional seafood.
From the 12th of November to the 2nd of December, the proposal will be present in seven leading restaurants in Valencia. Hand in hand with the most awarded Spanish beer range in the world, the establishments will host gastro-brewery experiences created by Mahou’s chefs and beer sommeliers.
These exclusive menus, which will be priced between €35 and €40 and will be available at lunch and dinner times, are a unique opportunity to taste the best food in Valencia and Alicante with Sabor Mahou MaridaDos enhancing the flavour.
Mahou is a family of beers born in C/ Amaniel in Madrid in 1890. It is the result of the work of pioneers and master brewers who, for over 130 years, have been seeking to share flavours and new experiences.
Mahou develops beer culture based on rigorous quality processes and the best ingredients to give its products an unmistakable flavour. Experience, passion and quality have driven Mahou to continue growing and innovating, to offer consumers a broad portfolio of brands such as Clásica, Cinco Estrellas, Sin, Maestra, Barrica, 0.0 Tostada, Session IPA, Casimiro Mahou, Sin Gluten, Radler and more!
In 2000 Mahou acquired San Miguel, in 2004 the Canary Islands brand Reina, in 2007 Cervezas Alhambra and in 2011 it diversified its business by incorporating Solán de Cabras. Since 2019, it has been a majority shareholder in the US craft breweries Founders Brewing and Avery Brewing.
With a focus on people and on contributing to the economic and social progress of our country, it is a supportive company that channels its social action through the Mahou San Miguel Foundation, created in 2013.
Report by Shemaiah Rose
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Photo ‘Puerto Blanco’
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