We've got some well tasty food offerings to go alongside your beer...
Barmies are a baked beer snack developed as a great accompaniment to craft beer and real ales. Handmade by Sophie Wood in Nottinghamshire, they are made from 'beer barm' a by-product of the brewing process created during the fermentation of beer.
Blend are a café based on the Sneinton Avenues site, but they’ll also be running an outside stall at this event serving some of their range of coffee and grilled cheese snacks. Look out for classics like the Kevin Baconator (Bacon, Stilton) and Brieyonce (Brie, Mushrooms and spinach).
Delilah Fine Foods
The leading delicatessen in the Midlands, with a wide range of the finest meats, cheeses, antipasti, artisan breads, charcuterie and much more. If you’ve ever visited their store on Victoria Street you know exactly what you can expect.
Luisa’s Vegan Chocolates
Nottingham’s first bean to bar chocolate store. They offer raw, vegan, unrefined, gluten-free and delicious guilt free treats! They only use natural ingredients in all their chocolates, which are also all made with 100% organic cacao.
Vegetarian and vegan fast food in the style of a well-known burger chain. But made with much more care and love. They won second best burger in Nottingham in a recent poll by the Nottingham Post, their Big Mocks and Tacos must be tried.
A taste of Vietnam, right here in Nottingham. They’re regulars at Nottingham Street Food Club and their. Their normal business is offering cooking classes, but they’ll be pulling out a range of tasty Vietnamese treats for the festival.
3C'z Caribbean Cuisine
Offering up a range of homemade, quality Caribbean food – they’ve been going in Nottingham since 2005. Check out their range of jerk chicken, curry mutton, rice and peas, homemade patties, calypso callaloo and more.