The Little Coffee Hut uses Silverskin Coffee in Dublin, and milk from Mossfield Organic Farm in Offaly. And Kilbeggan Handmade Chocs.
Our bars include local brews from O’Hara’s Brewery, and pot still whiskey from Writers Tears, as well as the new gin brand on everyones's lips Method & Madness, and wines from Campo Viejo, Brancott Estate, Wydham Estate and other vineyards.
Children (who parents are local or working on the team) make fresh lemonade and elderflower.
AND ALSO…. SOME LESS EDIBLE: CLOTHING
The Tweed Project create handmade, one off pieces that combine beautiful Irish fabrics with modern tailoring for a truly authentic expression of Irish design. Living in the West of Ireland as its owners do, it is impossible not to succumb to its wild changeable beauty, beauty that has inspired artists and writers for centuries. The Tweed Project is a contemporary expression of this inspiration. They will park up their VW campervan and display their wares
Firstly, there is a blanket ban on plastic of any kind across the whole festival. We would ask you please not to bring plastic bottles or straws, bring reusable bottles and we will provide a source of drinking water.
We have become - stupidly late - fanatic recyclers of everything that makes up you meal, so please help us.
We take great care in selecting a dozen or so purveyors of food and drinks, so that you can enjoy a whole weekend with us with have to revisit a single dish, although - we think - you won't be able to resist doing so.
Julia's Lobster Truck
Fresh barbecued lobster, delicious lobster rolls, fish and chips, fresh from the Burren each day.
An award-winning Neapolitan wood fired pizzeria run by the Tavolieri family, quite simply - we think - the best in Ireland.
The Crêpe Wagon
A selection of gourmet sweet & savoury crêpes, all made from a beautiful French flour - with the Homemade
Chunky Apple Crumble & Cinnamon a firm favourite.