This Fish Fry Comes with a Side of Beer Flight

NYBP Fish Fry and Beer Flight

NYBP Fish Fry and Beer Flight / Photo courtesy of NYBP

Get ready to read about the most legit fish fry side of your life.

During lent, New York Beer Project in Lockport is serving their Friday Fish Fry with a side of french fries, coleslaw, their scratch made Project cocktail sauce and Destination IPA infused tartar sauce, and – wait for it – a FLIGHT OF BEER. It actually doesn’t get any better than this.

NYBP’s fish fry consists of three small (read: smaller than normal) pieces of fresh beer battered Atlantic cod. The beauty of three separate pieces is the fact that you get more crunch ‘n’ batter, less of the healthy unfried inside. The beer flight consists of three 5 ounce portions of the brewery’s Lockport Lager, GameDay, and Destination IPA, which we hear pairs perfectly with the fish dinner. The whole shebang is just $14 (FYI that’s like $2 more than your average fish fry), but if you want to skip the beer you can get it for $12. (Don’t do that please.)

We can’t thank you enough for this opportunity New York Beer Project.

For more fish fry inspiration check out our post on Fish Fries for Every Friday During Lent!

About Taste NY

This article was created in partnership with Taste NY, an initiative launched by Governor Cuomo in 2013 to promote New York’s food and beverage industries. It is overseen by the Department of Agriculture and Markets and has created opportunities for local producers to showcase their goods at a variety of venues throughout the State and at large public events, such as the Great New York State Fair and the Barclays Tournament at Bethpage State Park.

Over the last three years, the Taste NY initiative has seen steady growth and recognition. The program reported sales of $4.5 million in 2015 and nearly tripled those figures to more than $13.1 million in 2016. Today, New York products sold under Taste NY branding are available in more than 60 locations throughout the State as well as the New York State Office of Trade and Tourism in San Juan, Puerto Rico.

For more information about Taste NY, please visit www.taste.ny.gov. Connect with Taste NY through Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and Pinterest.




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