Food & Drink

Reviews an info on all the best in Bedford, from fine cuisine to kebab shops, deli’s to coffee shops.

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Bedford Beer & Cider Festival

From 4pm on Wednesday 3 October – Saturday 6 October With around 160 cask ales, plus 50 ciders and perries, this year’s Bedford Beer & Cider Festival at the Corn Exchange is certain to have something for all tastes.  The 2018 Champion Beer of Britain, Broken Dream Breakfast Stout from Berkshire’s Siren Brewery will be…

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Wine and cheese pairing cruising on the River Great Ouse

Thursday 6th September 2018 All aboard the John Bunyan Boat for a sunset cruise with the Stephen and Dawn Black of the Happy Brewer. Sample fine wines and exceptional cheeses as you cruise the Ouse! In partnership with Winexpert (the world’s largest manufacturer of premium, multi award-winning winemaking products), The Happy Brewer will help you choose…

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Knife & Cleaver Beer & Cider Festival

With live music, craft ales and ciders plus recent releases from Charles Wells’ fantastic Wandering Brewer project, this promises to be a fun-filled weekend at the Knife & Cleaver in Houghton Conquest.  The pub’s outdoor bar will also be serving a range of gins and vodka while Head Chef Dan and his team will be…

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#bedfordindies: Beerfly

By Paul Hutchinson St. Cuthbert’s Street is set to become even more of a destination location with Beerfly, a new beer shop and taproom, due to open this month. There’s an old saying that if you don’t like beer, you just haven’t found the right one. Beerfly’s owner, Tim Edwards, is giving everyone a chance…

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Sisters are brewing it for themselves

by Bedford Clanger drinks correspondent Zoe Stafford @3oetrope Brewing beer is a man’s game, isn’t it? Perhaps now the industry is largely testosterone-fuelled, but it wasn’t always the way. Until the 1960s beer brewing was done by women, known as ‘Brewsters’, and on International Women’s Day (8th March), Bedford did its part to get women…

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Clanger restaurant review: Riobello

By Stephen Bywater @authorbywater Riobello prides itself on being Italian and Giovanni, the owner, welcomes you with the warmth of a Roman holiday. Italian parents, supports Juventus and cultivates conversations with the ease of a man who’s travelled the world and is now determined to have the very best Italian restaurant north of the Alps….

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