Yes. We are doing it again. Get ready for a 3 Day VEGAN EXTRAVAGANZA.
MUSIC// FOOD// BBQ// LOCAL ALES & CIDERS //
Due to popular demand and success plus great feedback last time, we decided to spoil Brighton’s vegan community with another treat.
There should be something for everyone. Ale, stouts, lagers, ciders, non alcoholic fermented drinks such as kombucha and kefir and obviously lots of herbal teas and coffees. Expect as well loads of other treats such as amazing and scrumptious plant based food, mountains of sinfully delicious cakes and obviously the infamous mouthwatering “pork” pies that went down like a storm and we couldn’t make enough of.
Be suprprised by the wide selection of local beers and ciders made without any animal derived finings
Last time we had almost 30 different brews from 16 local producers , this time we might go even more crazy and spoil you for choice even mooooore.
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There will be as well great music and live bands and this time even some wild dancing on Saturday night, the rumour says. During the day we will be open to the public so you will have chance to check out what the “normally” “closed& weird looking” private member’s club/vegan community space is all about.
On Friday evening and we will be hosting Meet The Brewer event, where you can chat with local artisan brewers and ask them all the questions that were bugging you regarding making the best beer ever.
Our amazing radical library at the back should be open as well so why not sign up and borrow some rare thought provoking books, magazines, zines or DVDs.
On Sunday we will be serving scrumptious Sunday roast prepared by Brighton Hunt Saboteurs and raising money for their direct action activism and in the evening there shall be a gig and little boogie.
We shall be hosting some movie screenings over the weekend as well as “meet the brewer/cider maker” type of event too I case you wanted to explore animal rights or brewing secrets it more.
There will be raffle with some exciting prizes such as lunch/dinner for two, cooking class vouchers, cake made especially for you and other amazing treats.
With the veganism gaining popularity all over country and in Brighton especially, it would be a shame not to visit and find out more about Brighton’s first and only not for profit and entirely run by volunteers/ from day one, back in 2003 till now / 100% vegan community and grassroots hub and all the campaigns and action groups it supports.
Our festival is on the same weekend as Brighton Vegan Festival so it would be great opportunity to meet interesting people from all over the country that try to live slightly more sustainably.