Food & Stalls

We’re thrilled to be partnering with Digbeth Dining Club to bring you some mouth-watering treats here at GBBFw 2020!

Founded in 2012, Digbeth Dining Club is a multi award-winning street food event that has transformed Birmingham’s food landscape by turning some of the Midlands most unique venues, into vibrant, street food destinations.

Within just a year of starting, Digbeth Dining Club had been voted Britain’s Best Street Food Event, and since has gone on to host events all around the Midlands, establishing itself in the region as pioneers of street food.

Digbeth Dining Club is working with us to bring some of the best food traders to the Great British Beer Festival Winter, giving you a wide range of cuisines to choose from at an affordable price, prepared by some of the very best food traders in the UK!

There will be vegetarian, vegan and gluten free options available. 


Who’s coming?


Fat Snags put the finest local sausage in an amazing bun, and cover it with the best homemade toppings they can. Sourcing the finest local ingredients is absolutely at the heart of what Fat Snags wanted to do when they came up with the idea of slinging sausages to the good people of the Midlands. Their 12-inch sausages are custom made for them by Birmingham’s foremost sausage makers at A.W Lashfords in Kings Norton.

Facebook, Twitter & Instagram: @FatSnags

Flying Cows

Birmingham’s premier burger boys, Flying Cows have been at the very heart of the street food scene in the West Midlands since 2012. A firm favourite at events across the region, their knockout Dexter steak burgers are produced locally, using meat sourced from their family farm in Warwickshire. Winner of Britain’s best street food burger in 2017 and 2019, and recently shortlisted as a finalist in the 2020 National Burger Awards, these guys know exactly what goes into an incredible mouth-watering burger.

Facebook: @TheFlyingCows
Twitter: @flyingcows_food
Instagram: @flyingcows_burgers

Friday and Saturday ONLY

The English Indian

Since 2015, The English Indian has been spicing up the nation’s favourite – offering up classic fast food dishes with an Indian Twist. Sourcing only the very best ingredients, The English Indian’s menu includes mouth-watering fish & chips, halloumi and more, all influenced by the incredible tastes of Indian cuisine. The English Indian is one of the top fish & chip vendors out there, having started off 2020 with a bang, winning ‘Best Mobile Fish & Chip operator’ at the prestigious National Fish & Chip awards.

Facebook: @TheEnglishIndian
Twitter & Instagram: @TheEnglishIndian1

Leave it to Esmie


Esmie’s Caribbean Kitchen is inspired by their family’s heritage, love of food and love of good times with family and friends, bringing the essence and flavour of the Caribbean to Coventry and beyond. Their menu is authentic, stays close to our roots, and taste’s just like your Granny, Momma or Tantie used to make and has specialities from all the islands. Esmie’s menu of jerk chicken, fried plantain, curry mutton and more will help you imagine how island life is, helping take you to a place where food, flavour and taste is the way…

Facebook: @LITEcatering
Twitter & Instagram: @leaveittoesmie


The Rookery is now a regular at several of CAMRA’s festivals, and fits the CAMRA ethos by being a small batch, hand-made product using local ingredients, albeit, not a beer. The Rookery is based in the Highlands of Perthshire and makes meads inspired by the history and archæology of Northern Europe. By back-engineering this evidence from our past, The Rookery creates modern drinks to a high quality standard, while remaining true to their Bronze and Iron Age roots.

Unlike other chocolate companies, we’re not afraid of experimenting to make fun and interesting flavours! Delicious on their own, but also excellent paired with real ale, ciders and coffees – great fun with a group of friends. Our highest quality raw materials, natural oils and spices, are all traceable to an ethical supplier.

Saint Kitchen is an independent cafe set in the heart of Birmingham’s Jewellery Quarter. Part of the award winning Warwick Street Kitchen
family, Saint prides itself on its commitment to quality. At the beer festival they will be serving single origin filter coffee and homemade
cakes and snacks. The rule at Saint is if it isn’t made on site then they don’t serve it. Using only the finest local ingredients, the menu in the cafe is made up of an interesting brunch menu and exciting lunch options all made fresh to order by incredibly talented chefs. For information on Saint Kitchen or Warwick Street Kitchen please follow on instagram or visit their websites:
@saintkitchen @warwickstreetkitchen

Producing Britain’s only 100% British crisps based locally near Lichfield, Just Crisps are made from home-grown potatoes and rapeseed oil all produced on our farm. For pheasant pluckers Taste of Game Crisps are inspired by the flavours of game including duck, boar and grouse. We will also be launching Mr Trotter’s crisps, a new punchy potato crisp flavoured with either original seasoning or ham and mustard. Meet the makers and try our multi award-winning range of great flavours created to pair with beers, wines and spirits. Finally, from our “bottle shop” – Just Oil we have a range of extra virgin rapeseed oils perfect for baking, frying, drizzling and dressing – great to take home.

9-13 February 2021

The New Bingley Hall, Birmingham, B18 5PP



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