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Suffolk Day 2018

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Join us at Isaacs on the Quay on Thursday, 21st June, and celebrate the second ever Suffolk Day. We’ve got a great day lined up, which kicks off as soon as we open at 7.30am.

Enjoy our Suffolk Day menu, from breakfast through to dinner.

BBC Radio Suffolk
will be with us between 10.00am – 1.00pm presenting the James Hazell show, live from our balcony.

Take a tour of our Machine Room. Tour times are 10.00am, 11.00am and 12.00pm and are free of charge.

Open brewery between 11.00am – 2.00pm. The Briarbank Bar and Brewery will be opening their doors for guests to see where they make their beer, plus, you’ll be able to chat with their brewer and ask questions.

Test your Suffolk knowledge in our Suffolk Day Quiz. Taking place at 7.00pm for a 7.30pm start, it costs just £3.00 per person to enter, and you’ll get a free bowl of chilli to enjoy during the break. All money raised from the quiz will go into our Elmer fund, raising money for St Elizabeth Hospice. The winning team will receive a free tour of our very own Microbrewery, The Briarbank Bar and Brewery, for up to 10 people. During the tour, you’ll find out more about where and how our beer is made. Plus, afterwards why not make your way upstairs to the first-floor bar and sample some of our hand-crafted beers.

It’s set to be a great day.

Father’s Day at Isaacs

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This Father’s Day why not treat your dad to lunch or dinner at Isaacs on the Quay. We will be serving our Father’s Day special, a trio of pies served with mashed potato and seasonal vegetables, plus we’ll also give your dad a drink* of his choice, all for just £15.00. A vegetarian option is available, which will consist of a large vegetarian pie.

There will be live music at 3pm from Lucky No7, a four-piece rock covers band who will be performing a wide variety of songs. And we will, of course, be showing all the football matches live in HD from Russia, including:

13:00 — Costa Rica vs Serbia
16:00 — Germany vs Mexico
19:00 — Brazil vs Switzerland

*The drink refers to any soft or alcoholic drink, other than large wines, double spirits and Champagne.