Aberystwyth Food and Drink Festival in Bakers Street, Aberystwyth, on Saturday 17th September from 10am until 3pm where you can come and celebrate the quality and diversity of local Welsh produce. Aberystwyth Farmers’ Market’s regular local producers will be supersizing their ranges especially for the Aberystwyth Food and Drink Festival alongside guest producers making an appearance for one day only.
Mair’s Bakehouse will be bringing organic sourdough loaves and traditionally baked breads; there will also be luxury pies from Glanbrydan; pies and pastries made with goat butter from Cothi Valley Produce, and vegetarian baked fare from Contempo Catering (featuring Vdeli).
There will be meat and poultry from our regular stallholders: Carn Edward Longhorn Beef and Lamb; Cuckoo Mill Farm; Handmade Sausage Co.; Postance Poultry; Elan Valley Quality Meats; HedgeRose; and newcomers- Baker’s Pig, and Gwella.
Cakes and sweet things will be supplied by Cwca Catre (traditional Welsh cakes and preserves); Mynydd Cacen; Crimson Rhino (vegan ice-creams, smoothies and cakes); Isaac’s Traditional Sweets (handmade fudge), and Nature’s Divine Delights.
At the Aberystwyth Food and Drink Festival there will be plenty of street food to feast on from Mama Singh’s; Handmade Sausage Co.; Chloe’s Crepes; HedgeRose; Rhosyn Farm, plus paella and Spanish tapas from Ele’s Little Kitchen.
Drink producers include Penlon Cottage Brewery; Celtic Country Wine; Da Mhile Distillery; Gwinllan Llaethliw; Oast House Brewery; Cwm Deri, and Morgan’s Brew Tea. Enjoy a relaxing brew from Cuti Coffee and Taste Café.
Other fabulous local food includes Caws Teifi’s award-winning range of artisan cheeses; Cothi Valley’s goats-milk cheeses; Nantclyd Farm’s organic free-range eggs; organic vegetables and fruit from Blaencamel Farm and the Clettwr Organic Group; fresh pasta from Casa del Cymru; fresh fish from Cardigan Bay Seafood, and honey from Cardigan Bay Honey and Cnwca Coch.
Aberystwyth Food and Drink Festival creates a day for all the family to enjoy with additional entertainment from the acclaimed Tenovus Choir; Gary Fieldhouse – stilt walker extraordinaire; Merry Makers’ children’s crafts (amazing ideas with food packaging), and competitions and prizes with the Healthwise Roadshow. All this plus: artisan silversmith Celtic Treasure; the Rotary Club; CCC Recycling team; herbs and shrubs from Rhoshill Herbs, and plants and fruit trees from Gwynfor Growers.