Considered to be a Great British institution, usually consisting of cod and fried potatoes, this is one of the classic dishes that we prepare at the Gris. Historically, both Lancashire and London claim to be the first to invent this famous meal. Chips were an inexpensive, staple food of the industrial north while fried fish was introduced to London's East End circa 1858.
A natural match with Fish n' Chips and choice of beverage in England is drawn ale. Ale was the popular brew in colonial America, so it fits the Griswold Inn's heritage as well. Our Revolutionary Ale is an easy-drinking brew that is smooth and refreshing with light citrus and caramel flavors. May you always have a clear conscience and enough coins in your pocket to buy a pint!