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Norwich bar launches new cocktail menu - complete with Harry Potter-inspired Butterbeer

PUBLISHED: 13:00 23 May 2018 | UPDATED: 17:12 29 May 2018

Be at One's new Butter Beer cocktail, inspired by Harry Potter. Photo: Be At One

Be at One's new Butter Beer cocktail, inspired by Harry Potter. Photo: Be At One

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A bar in Norwich has brewed a new range of cocktails even Professor Snape would approve of.

Be At One's Petty Filoo cocktail, inspired by children's fromage frais. Photo: Be At OneBe At One's Petty Filoo cocktail, inspired by children's fromage frais. Photo: Be At One

Be At One on Bank Plain has launched a new cocktail menu inspired by childhood favourites from Harry Potter to Petits Filous.

According to the bar, the drinks are intended to help customers “rebel against adulthood” and take them back to a time when “things weren’t as hard or complicated”.

Heading up the new menu is the Petty Filoo, a twist on the fromage frais pots often packed inside lunch boxes. The drink is made with Beefeater pink gin, egg whites, lemon and sugar and is topped off with its very own lid.

Another stand out drink is the Butter Beer, which takes its name and inspiration from J.K. Rowling’s wizard drink, Butterbeer, a treat Harry Potter and his friends often enjoyed throughout the series.

Muggles can now get their hands on the drink, which contains Chivas Regal, peanut butter milk stout, hazelnut and egg.

Other cocktails on the menu include a toast and butter daiquiri and a silly moo alcoholic milkshake.

Prices for the new drinks start from £8.50.

For more information visit beatone.co.uk


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