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Food and Drink at End Of The Road 2018

(3 years ago)

We’re delighted to welcome some exciting new food faces this year, including the award winning Lebanese food and Antipodean coffee connoisseurs Wholefood Cafe, Thai street food specialists Bangwok and from the people behind The Breakfast Club comes The Little Green Trailer, offering hangover busting breakfasts to make you feel like a champion after a night lost in the Woods. There will also be lots of familiar faces too, with the enduringly popular Rac Shac bringing their signature giant wheels of Raclette cheese, the tantalising breakfast kedgeree from The Goan Seafood Company and deliciously addictive and healthy Happy Maki who make innovative vegan sushi rolls to order.

One of End Of the Road’s corner stones Pizza Tabun are sadly not coming to the festival this year. But fear not as we have invited another award winning pizzeria to join us, Made Of Dough, who serve the most delicious Neapolitan-style sourdough base concoctions we’ve ever tried.

We’re also proud to host Beavertown Brewery for the third year running at End Of The Road this year, with all their sublime beer and ill behaviour. The Beaver Bar will return with the craft beers you know and love, with Gamma Ray, 8 Ball, Smog Rocket and festival favourite Lupuloid all making appearances, as well as Neck Oil available on draft at The Black Crow bar for the first time. And we’ve heard there will be some surprises in store as well… so keep your eyes peeled. If you can keep them open.

In addition to the Beaver Bar, we’ve got lots of real ales returning the Bear Tavern as usual. We’re very lucky to have some of the country’s best real ale breweries located close to the festival and for the fourth year, we’ll be sourcing our real ale from local breweries. Real ales from Somerset, Wiltshire, Dorset, Hampshire and the New Forest covering a wide selection of styles, colours and flavours will be available to tickle your tastebuds throughout the weekend. The Black Crow and Peacock Bars will be serving the annual End Of The Road Ale, made differently each year by Milk Street Brewery, while The Badger Innis the place for early morning Bloody Marys, late night cocktails and a single malt and gin menu. Last but definitely not least, the infamous Cider Bus will be back with a bang, keeping the party going into the small hours.