Published on December 8th, 2015 | by Alastair Gilmour


Where food and drink are shm..o..o..kin’

Camerons Brewery has locked horns with one of the region’s most innovative food producers to bring platefuls of variety and quality to its managed estate, creating up to 12 jobs in the process. The first floor of the Dun Cow in Sunderland is now operating as a Longhorns BBQ Smokehouse restaurant.

Longhorns has also over the kitchen at Tilleys, Newcastle, which sees a new menu introduced with a selection of their renowned meals and light bites.

Mick Dixon, owner of Longhorns BBQ Smokehouse, which has developed cannily out of simple “street food”, said: “Following the success of the two Longhorns in Newcastle – plus a host of events around the North East – we feel it’s the right time to develop our successful brand into new areas.”

Chris Soley, Camerons’ director and general manager, said: “Longhorns’ brand of locally-sourced premium smoked meats and bar snacks is the ideal fit for our diverse range of beers, wines and spirits. It is fantastic to work together with another great North East business.”

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