Alex Albone’s Pipers Crisp Potato Chips are as unique as their home country. The chips gained somehwat of a cult following when they began as staples in pubs around England. Who doesn't like chips n' ale, right?
Alex will tell you his chips are made from real ingredients from real farmers doing interesting stuff. And that starts with him. Pipers Crisps are made in small batches from Lincolnshire potatoes. From there, each flavor is like a taste-based geography lesson.
Lye Cross Cheddar & Onion. John Alvis and his son, Peter, make the Cheddar that brings all the kick to this flavor at their Lye Cross Farm. Three generations of the Alvis family have been in the cheesemaking business, but the family has been farming the land for the last 400 years.
Wissington Spicy Tomato.Thank Ian Simmonds' Norfolk tomatoes for this flavor. Oh, and black pepper, coriander, cayenne, cumin, and clove.
Karnataka Black Pepper & Sea Salt Potato Crisp.
The kick comes from the Faiz family's tellicherry black pepper harvested on their farm in India Karnataka region.
Burrow Hill Cider Vinegar & Sea Salt Potato Crisp. Julian Temperly's award-winning cinder vinegar made from heirloom apples out of Somerset is the foundation for this flavor.
Biggleswade Sweet Chilli Potato Crisp. Phillipo Genovese and his chiles grown in greenhouses in Bedfordshire make this flavor a must-have munchie.
Anglesey Sea Salt Potato Crisp. David Lea-Wilson harvests the sea salt for this flavor from the Menai Strait, a stretch of shallow tidal water separating the island of Anglesey from the mainland of Wales.
Whether it's game day or just Saturday, grab a sandwich and a pint, and snack your way through them all!