This year at the Food & Drink Festival we have over 50 stalls with everything from wild boar to craft gin!
Here’s just a few you can expect to see on the Day!
The Piaggio Ape is a small three-wheeled van that has been produced in Italy since the 1940’s. Essentially a Vespa with two wheels added at the rear, this unique, quirky little van has gained iconic status in Italy, where it is still a common sight – its compact size allowing it to slip down the narrowest of city streets.
Using this as their starting point, Piccolo Prosecco’s team of craftsmen have designed a beautifully bespoke bar, finished to a high standard with hardwood surfaces and chrome fixtures. Serving prosecco by the bottle and sparkling wine on tap, our bar can cater to all your bubble needs.
They supply only the finest glera frizzante from Veneto, chilled to perfection. Although this is exactly the same drink as prosecco, an EU ruling stipulates that prosecco can only be served from a glass bottle of no more than three litres in volume. Crisp, richly floral and superbly fresh on the palate, it is perfect for any special occasion. They also serve prosecco by the bottle if you prefer.
The New England Boar Company
The New England Boar Company were founded in New England, a small village on the Essex/Suffolk border in 2015.
Their aim is to bring wild boar products to your table in every way they can, with something to suit all tastes. One of the things they are most proud of, aside from exceptional husbandry and respectful relationship with their beasts, is the traceability of their products.
Never tried boar before and fancy giving it go, pop along and see The New England Boar Company at the festival, they’re also happy to answer any questions you may have!
Heart of Suffolk Distillery
The Heart of Suffolk Distillery makes real gin for real people. Each batch of around 65 bottles is hand signed and numbered by master distiller Martyn who believes that when he signs each bottle he puts a piece of himself into each bottle.
If you love Suffolk you will love the Heart of Suffolk’s Betty’s Gin
East Coast Chilli Company
ECCC use locally sourced ingredients wherever possible, using onions, garlic and whatever chillies they can grow ourselves. Their aim is to be able to do this on a scale to make themselves self-sufficient in these ingredients. All the sauces are made by ECCC in their kitchen at home, usually listening to Slayer, you can usually find them in their gazebo at country fairs and farmers’ markets throughout East Anglia.