A new travelling pop-up eating experience, Beast Feast, will be kicking off this month with an East Coast tour of Australia.
Operating out of a shipping container, the Beast Feast will feature the likes of Young Henrys, Knafeh, Happy As Larry, Sol Invictus Motorcycle Co and The Stables.
The pop-up will be travelling from Sydney to Melbourne and stopping in between at Moruya, Yass, Gundagai and Albury and will be setting up shop at each stop from the mid-afternoon through till the evening, showcasing everything from authentic napoli pizza and craft beer to a Palestinian baked treats.
Jenny Shaw from Young Henrys says that the Beast Feast concept is the brainchild of Danny and Todd from The Stables.
“The guys contacted Young Henrys regarding getting involved and it was an idea so close to our hearts that we absolutely had to get on board,” says Shaw. “The road trip unites like-minded businesses with the goal of serving the people a quality product, in areas of Australia that may not necessarily have access to a perfect pizza or delicious fresh beer.
“It's not only about feeding these people but also bringing the party and a night of food, beer, music, dancing and a culture that locals may not have experienced before. Beast Feast will be the road trip of a lifetime for us and hopefully one hell of a night for the locals in each of the towns we stop in."
Key dates of the Beast Feast Tour
- 17 August- Launch – Young Henrys brewery, Newtown
- 18 August: 1st stop – Moruya: Farmers Market (Lot 7301, Ford Street, Moruya)
- 19 August – 2nd stop – Gundagai: Town Center
- 21 August – 4th stop – Albury: Town Square
- 22 August – end- Melbourne – location TBA