What's a beer festival without something to line your stomach? We've got a brilliant line-up of food vendors for Springfest, we'll be announcing all of them starting Monday March 12th; watch this page as it updates and follow us on social media to get the latest!

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Mexican street food with a Scottish twist, we’ve got the Bonnie Burrito truck rolling up to Tweedbank!

Bonnie Burrito serve up amazing burritos stuffed with fresh, delicious fillings like steak and mixed peppers…but there are also a few Scottish surprises. Irn Bru pulled pork or haggis anyone? With an amazing selection of handmade sauces, rice, veg, and more, you can build your own perfect burrito that’ll go perfectly with all that beer you’ll be drinking!

In the meantime, you can visit them at their shops in Edinburgh, and also on their website, plus you can follow them on Facebook and Twitter to keep up with what they'll be bringing!



We're sure everyone will be as excited as we are to welcome Over Langshaw Ice Cream to Springfest!

Over Langshaw make delicious, organic ice cream on their family-owned dairy farm, using sustainable ingredients and bucket loads of creativity. They’re an ice cream lovers dream, at Oktoberfest they brought flavours like sticky toffee pudding made with All The Leaves Are Brown, and their “Pale Salted Caramel Armadillo”. A total hit at all of our festivals, we can’t wait to see the amazing creations Lucy and her team concoct for May.

In the meantime, you can visit them at their police box in the Grassmarket, and also on their website, plus you can follow them on Facebook and Twitter to keep up with what they'll be bringing!



Bringing Bombay flair all the way from Glasgow, we’ve got street food fest legends Babu Bombay Street Kitchen rocking up to Springfest!

Babu have fast become known for their authentic Bombay street food and delicious home-style curries…but with a bit of a twist! Scottish fusion and naanwiches anyone? They’re all about using fresh, seasonal ingredients, tried-and-tested family recipes, and a good dose of spice to create food that excites foodies up and down the country.

You can visit them at their shop in Glasgow and also at the Platform Glasgow market at Central Station, on their website, or you can follow them on Facebook and Twitter !





Luckie Beans are back for Springfest to make sure you’re buzzing and ready to go all day!

Based in Berwick-upon-Tweed, Luckie roast all their own ethically sourced coffee ready for customers, and their coffee cart at Glasgow Queen Street station. They roast in small batches with careful attention to detail to ensure their coffee is high-quality and full of flavour. They'll be rolling up to the brewery with that delicious coffee, and also tasty warm teas, and lovely hot chocolate.

You can check out more about Luckie Beans on their website, and follow them on Facebook and Twitter





Is there much better than a gooey, crispy cheese toastie? We think not, that’s why we’ve got The Cheesy Toast Shack joining us!

Sam and Kate are masters of grilled cheese, forget what you think you know about the humble cheese toastie because these guys take it to a whole new level! Think mac and cheese, Cheddar with Smoked Pancetta, Emmental with pulled beef brisket…you’ll never look at bread and cheese the same way again.

You can keep up with the latest cheese porn over on their Facebook page.




Our favourite cake fairy is back again, Tasty Buns Bakery are back again with even more amazing bakes!

What do Kahlua, Tempest beer, biscoff cookies, and Kinder Bueno have in common? They’re all some of the ingredients that Louise and her team use in their baking! Their ethos is all about having fun with cakes, and baking delicious goodies that they think will taste amazing. That means everything from raspberry cheesecake brownies, to donuts infused with beer, and more.

You can follow Emily and Ronan on Twitter and Facebook to find out where they'll be next to try their amazing grub.



The heroes of Oktoberfest, we’ve got local favourites The Roaming Chippy back for Springfest!

A small family business, The Roaming Chippy focusses on getting high-quality, fresh food out to people around the Borders. From British classics like fish and chips, to Scottish favourites like haggis, everything is hand-prepared and cooked fresh to order by Karol and his small, dedicated team.

You can follow The Roaming Chippy on Facebook .



It just isn’t a party unless Thistly Cross Cider rock up with their rainbow cider bar!

Based on South Belton Farm in the beautiful East Lothian countryside, Thistly Cross make fresh, flavourful cider using hand-pressed Scottish apples and other locally sourced fruits. They'll be bringing along a mouth-watering selection of still and sparkling ciders, including their new Cloudy 5.5% cider, and a special edition of their famous Whisky Cask.

You can check out more about Thistly on their website, and follow them on Facebook and Twitter



Everyone had an awesome time trying out Electric Spirit Co at Oktoberfest so we’ve got James coming back for round 2!

Electric Spirit Co. began production in 2015, distilling in Leith, Edinburgh. The company, founded by James Porteous, is currently producing its second gin - an aromatic spirit called Achroous, made with a short botanical list that includes fennel seed and sichuan peppercorn. James has produced custom gins for Solid Liquids, North Hop Festival and The Gin Festival, and has also worked with the team at Timberyard restaurant to produce a range of single-botanical distillates, made from locally sourced ingredients.

If you want to know more about James and his gin, you can follow him on Facebook and Twitter.




If there was ever a match made in beer/food heaven, it was beer with fried chicken. Get ready for The Buffalo Truck’s Borders debut!

Winners of the Scottish Street Food Awards 2017, The Buffalo Truck brings you high class filth in the form of the best chicken burgers you will ever eat. Marinated, spiced, fried to perfection and served dripping in homemade sauces, they have elevated the humble chicken burger to unchartered realms of unfathomable delight.

You can follow The Buffalo Truck on Twitter and Facebook to find out where they'll be next to try their amazing grub.



Another local favourite, TT’s Snack Bar are making their Springfest debut!

After moving from Thailand over 10 years ago, TT always wanted to share he home country’s cuisine with her new home in the Scottish Borders. She’s been serving up hot snacks for 3 years now, and the stars of the show are her daily Thai specials cooked fresh using authentic Thai ingredients.




New kids on the street food block, Wood Oven Wonders are bringing some hot and fresh pizzas to Tweedbank!

Hailing from Peebles, Simon and his team are fairly new to the street food scene but they’ve been taking it by storm already! They serve up delicious rustic pizzas from their converted horse box, using all authentic Italian ingredients like the finest 00 Flour from Caputo, and juicy, sweet San Marzano tomatoes.

You can follow Simon and the Wood Oven Wonders team on Twitter and Facebook to find out where they'll be next to try their amazing grub.