A Trio of Lincoln Imp; Deep, Dark, Delicious.
One of our most popular recipes; and you get three in this box!
Based on traditional Lincolnshire recipes, Lincoln Imp is a dark and savoury sauage similar to saucisson. But this moreish British treat is garlic-heavy with hints of dried fruit and sage and finished with The Kernel Brewery's Export Stout. You've heard of Beer Sticks? Just wait till you try this with a pint.
Named for a stone statue found on the facade of Lincoln Cathedral, ostensibly a wicked Imp turned to stone by an Angel, we think our version is just as diabolically good.
Approximate Meat Weight: 3 x 85g (255g)
(We may occasionally send you 4 smaller pieces, but we'll always keep the weight the same. Best before on Lincoln Imp is 3 months sealed, but we recommend consumption within a week or two once you've removed it from the packaging).
Photo by RJA Photography
100 % High-Welfare Heritage Breed Pork in a Pork casing; Contains gluten, from the beer.
I wonder how I got through lunchtimes without a chunk of wickedly good Devils Mortar on the side. Addicted
I keep coming back for more, and I think that says it all really
Keep up the good work
To send before your visit. Friends receive a beautiful packed surprise, ready to savour with a nice glass of wine for aperitif. Perfect and delicious
During lockdown I came across crown&queue on Instagram attracted by the name and their ethos (I farmed close to Lincoln and I used to produce some pretty classy sausages myself) I loved the Lincoln imps and they delivered to my door. Then when we could get out I walked to their shop in Maltby St and bought some of their fantastic ham It was delicious too.