The British Street Food Awards were founded back in 2009 included Europe this year. The festival of vans, trucks and trailers showcased the very best of street food from across the entire continent. Traders travelled from Stockholm, Paris, Amsterdam, Brussels and Berlin to compete, but the winners were Katie and Kim from Bristol, who baked out of a converted horse box to be voted Best of the Best.
Kamm & Sons were invited down to takeover the GinStore (originally running for 12 weeks in the summer as part of StreetFeast). We brought our BarCycle down and handed out samples as well as having our very own pop up Cocktail Bar. The KammStore existed for the entire weekend of the 28th & 29th September 2013. We loved it and hope you did too!
Alex Kammerling was shortlisted for the Young British Foodie Award in Alcohol so we took the BarCycle down to the event in order for everyone at the event to get a taste of our delicious British Aperitif.
Fast becoming one of our favourite events…we took the BarCycle out for a spin in the countryside and down to Alex James Farm in the Cotswolds. We were blessed with the weather on the weekend of the 30th August 2013. Everyone was in a party mood and our Summer Tonics were in demand.
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Regents Park would not be the same without the annual Taste festival and Taste would not be the same without spotting the huge yellow parasol of the Kamm & Sons BarCycle. London Foodies love our British Aperitif, Summer Tonics and cheeky Sunshine Marys to help them clear away their hangovers.
On the 12th to the 16th of June 2013 we hopped on our BarCycle and travelled up to Birmingham to partake in the annual BBC Good Food show at the NEC, Birmingham.
On a sunny evening in May we ventured down to Kingston to partake in the StockMKT night market. Alongside street food, live music, DJs, arts, crafts, drinks and even a cycle-powered cinema we were there with our BarCycle to whet the appetite of the Kingston Revellers with our British Aperitif and when the breeze kicked in we were there with our Hot Roots on tap to warm their cockles!
Camp and Furnace invited us up to Liverpool to bring our unique cocktails to their supper party/food slam.
AEG wanted a unique drink for their VIP guests at the Lab Event so we headed down to Tobacco Dock armed with Kamms & Bitter Lemon, our British Aperitif. Our friend Gizzi was hosting the event and was glad to have us there for both moral support and refreshments!