Vegan Twisted Barrel Ale on the move and Summer Beer festival .


Vegan and Veggie friendly Twisted Barrel Ale are moving from their current premises in Coventry city centre FarGo Village. The new premises will be in nearby Far Gosford Street. Just a few doors down.

The new site is much larger with a brand new 24 keg bar. Producing roughly three times more beer than currently.

The entire bar and Brewery will be moved shortly and the Summer Beer Fest is the last opportunity in the current site to enjoy a fine list of beers.

Included are 16 keg lines and over 15 cask beers. Along with cans and bottles that can be taken home.

Gluten free beer is also available.

The Indian Lunchbox will be also offering their tantalising Vegan Indian

street food on the Saturday 26th August.

The Beer festival is running from the 25th until the 28th August from 12.00 until 20.00.

Find them at Unit 5 FarGo Village, Far Gosford Street, CV 1 5ED, Coventry.

Full beer list below:

If anyone’s trying to plan their weekend, this is the keg order for the weekend.

When each keg is gone they’ll move onto the next round for that tap. Expect most of round 1 to be gone tonight / early tomorrow afternoon.

What this list proves is there’s a tremendous amount of Vegan friendly beer locally and in the U.K, and that the move towards this is becoming more popular.

For full details of the Beer festival see the Facebook link below.

http://www.facebook.com/events/273820209730422

Thanks for reading,

Andy😊

Photos are not my own and from Twisted Barrel Ale and The Indian Lunchbox with thanks.

Apologies for the lists but the amount of Vegan friendly drinks available is testimony to a changing industry and I wanted to show how many choices are out there.

Please note the list of beers is correct at time of going to press and maybe subject to change. Thanks to the Brewery for the lists via face book.

AH

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Brum Vegan Beer and Food festival @Two Towers Brewery, 15th August 


  

This Saturday 15th August sees The Brum Vegan Beer Festival arrive at Two Towers Brewery, which is based just outside The Jewellery Quarter on Mott Street in Birmingham. Its a double Unit warehouse with a Two Towers/JRR Tolkien inspired signage outside. 

They craft their own beer on site some Birmingham inspired and some suitable for Vegans. 

The festival will showcase 12 beers that are all suitable for vegans and for £5 entry you can try 2 beers from the range of 12. 

The breweries at the festival include:

-Two Towers Ale- Hockley Birmingham. @TwoTowersAle http://twotowersbrewery.co.uk/ 

serving there Chamberlain Pale Ale 4.5%.

-Beowulf brewery: independent Birmingham brewery @BeowulfBrewing 

serving there Gold Wing 5.1%.

-Fixed Wheel Brewery @FixedWheelBrew

-Little Valley Ale-West Yorkshire @LittleValleyAle

-Green Duck Brewing Co’- Stourbridge @greenduckbrew

-Twist barrel Ale- Coventry brewery and tap house open at Far Go Village. @TwistBarrelAle

-Rock N’Roll Brewhouse- Birmingham’s only roof top brewery. @RocknRollBrew 

serving GoldenStroud organic Ale 4%.

-Stroud brewery- Cotswolds @StroudBrewery

-Angel Ales- Halesowen brewery. @AngelAlesLtd

 Including their Ginger Stout. 4.8%. 

  

  
There will also be food available from 

Vegan food providers and Birmingham’s esteemed Change Kitchen and Warehouse Cafe. 

Change Kitchen will be serving some delicious oniony Homity Pie and a veggie Thai Curry plus veggie samosas and cooked salads. 

http://www.changekitchen.co.uk/

http://www.thewarehousecafe.com/

More details can be found at 

https://twitter.com/BVbeerfest

And tickets can be reserved at 

http://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/brum-vegan-beer-festival-tickets-17951131317 with £5 payment per person on the day at the door. 

It should be a good day and though vegan friendly beers are on the increase, they are still a rarety. 

This festival should provide enough choice to satisfy veggies, vegans and beer drinkers everywhere. Plus some great food. 

Thanks for reading.

Andy 😊

Brum Vegan Beer Fest full Beer list:

Angel Ales, Ginger Stout 4.8% 
Beowulf Brewery, Gold Work 5.1% 

Fixed Wheel Brewery, Carbon Black IPA 6%

Green Duck Brew Co, Duck Blonde 4.2% 

Little Valley Brewery, Ginger Pale Ale 4.0% 

Rock n Roll Brewhouse, Meat is Murder 4.1% 

Rock n Roll Brewhouse, Telstar 4% 

Stroud Brewery, Stroud Organic Ale 4.0% 

Twisted Barrel Ale, Inspired Pale Ale 5% 

Two Towers Brewery, Chamberlain Pale Ale 4.5% 

Two Towers Brewery, Complete Muppetry 4.3% 

Two Towers Brewery, Electric Ale 4.1% 

Two Towers Brewery, Hockley Gold 4.1% 

Two Towers Brewery, Smith and Pepper 4.1%

Two Towers Brewery, Mott Street, Birmingham. 

 

   

 


Scoff Food returns for Fab Feb Food extravaganza


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The last weekend of February (this Friday and Saturday) is a street food lovers birthday and Christmas rolled into one. Especially if you live near or in Stratford Upon Avon or Coventry in the Warwickshire.

On Friday 27th February at The Stratford Boat Club overlooking the pretty River Avon and the Royal Shakespeare Company (RSC) theatre sees an evening Scoffs Food Event.

Featuring The Jabberwocky, Spectacular Goat Pizza, Delize Italian, Canoodle and Bournville Waffle, amongst others. Plus live music and shelter from the elements if need be.

So what’s better than Stratford’ s first street food night and theatrical setting and even Shakespeare himself would be impressed with the atmosphere and stunning river views.

Plus, of course cocktails, and beer from 17.00-23.00 27th February and every week until the 27th March at Stratford Boating Club. CV 37 7LS.

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Saturday 28th is just as good.

Venue is Fargo Village in Coventry
. This Saturday you will find an enlarged foodie extravaganza, a full line up of world-wide street food, and a colourful double decker bus, The Bus Bar to quench your thirst. Plus fantastic independent shopping throughout the village.

The Fargo Street Food Scoff Food thing has excellent nosh, plenty of veggie options at both events.

See Spectacular Goat pizza, yummy. Canoodle, Big Daddies Diner, and more. The food and the atmosphere should warm the cockles of your heart whatever the weather.

http://www.scofffood.co.uk for directions

Venue:

Fargo Village, Far Gosford Street, Coventry, CV 1 5ED.

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The Bus Bar at Brum Yum Yum.

Thanks for reading.

Andy

@andydhare

Facebook: Andy Hare and Veggie Foodie

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