The Midsummer Beer Happening takes place next weekend, and in true fashion, we’re already thinking about where we’re going to grab a bite to eat.
With a number of food vendors setting up at the event, we take a look at what’s on offer and figure out what we’ll be tucking into to go with our refreshing brews.
From award-winning fish and chips, to mouthwatering burgers, grilled cheese toasties and not to mention a new seafood vendor who will be serving up lobster and langoustines, there’s something to suit all tastes at the Stonehaven beer festival.
Taking place at Baird Park from Thursday June 20 to Saturday 22 June be sure to pop down and check out some of the 120 plus beers available too.
The Bay Fish and Chips
Sourcing all its ingredients locally and sustainably, The Bay Fish and Chips will be serving up its popular haddock and chips as well as a number of other dishes too.
Fridays are all about getting dat Melt son ?.Open from 11-3 for all your FAT FRIDAY needs.
We love the cheesy deliciousness Melt provides and with a range of different toasties on offer including its classic version and its famous “Bruiser”, we can’t wait to fill our chops with all the cheese.
E. Giulianotti of Stonehaven
Attending the festival on Saturday only, the local ice cream producers will be on hand to serve up a number of sweet treats and various flavours to festival-goers.
New kids on the block, the Seafood Bothy will provide all the seafood treats sourced straight from Stonehaven Harbour. With dishes like fresh brown crab, langoustines, lobster, and smoked seafood all served with salad and dips, you won’t go hungry at this joint.
Pizza Box – Scotland
If you’re in the mood for good old classic pizza then look no further than the Pizza Box. Delivering amazing authentic, handcrafted pizzas with a Scottish twist, we can guarantee the queues will be big for this one.
The Stonehaven Lions will be putting on a barbecue this year with all profits going straight to the festival’s chosen charities. Be sure to pay them a visit and do your bit for local causes.