After a great run with our rare breed Huntsham Longhorn beef on the Market Menu, we are excited to have had our latest arrival of slow grown, pasture fed British White beef at Anderson’s Bar and Grill.
Our rare breed British White beef was sourced in Gloucestershire from Heritage Graziers who do some amazing work on conservation grazing. The British White is a naturally polled British cattle breed, white with black or red points, and is used mainly for beef. The breed is hardy and thrifty, and the animals readily graze rough vegetation such as rushes, nettles or heather, and they keenly browse shrubs. Their ability to thrive on very poor pasture such as marshland and heathland, makes them suitable for conservation grazing. To learn more about Heritage Graziers and conservation grazing, please visit: http://www.heritagegraziers.co.uk.
Before arriving here at the restaurant in Birmingham, our British White beast was dry aged by the brilliant team at Jesse Smith & W.J Castle in their Himalayan salt chamber. For more on this family run Cotswolds butchers, please visit: http://jessesmith.co.uk/.
Our beautifully dry aged, rare breed British White beef is now available to tuck into on the Anderson’s Market Menu for a limited time.