End of Road Festival to take place from Aug 31 to Sept 3 in Dorset, England, know details

Dorset, England: The End of the Road Festival is all set to take place from 31st August – 3rd September at Larmer Tree Gardens, near Blandford, in Dorset.

This year’s delicious food and drink options for the End of the Road Festival have been revealed. Several new restaurants will participate to provide flavoursome and mouthwatering cuisine, such as banging burrito makers, The Wandering Cactus, and handmade vegan gelato Ice Green. There will be many familiar faces, too, with the enduringly popular The Cheese Truck, Southern Indian street food masters Dosa Deli, or ultimate pizza heaven at Made of Dough.

The team waved goodbye to Tribes, and this year, our craft selection will be headed up by the excellent Lost and Grounded Brewers and Bristol Beer Factory, both based in, you guessed it, Bristol.

Lost & Grounded are fascinated by the precision of German brewing and the distinctive nature of Belgian beer. From their flagship Keller Pils to the delicious Apophenia, the festival will have a range of brews to keep you coming back for more.

Bristol Beer Factory’s mission is to brew to unite people and communities over world-class hops, inspiring people to demand and drink progressive, independent beer. They’re bringing an exquisite selection, including Laser Juice – a session IPA supercharged with new-wave hop energy that will take you to the New Mexico mountains; Clear Head, for the ones looking for a 0.5% alcohol-free option and many more.

Not just a festival institution but producers of fine Somerset ciders made direct from apples harvested from their orchards down at Burrow Hill, The Cider Bus also produce some mighty fine cider brandy and offers a good place to party late into the night.

The ones who love gin will be delighted as the organisers have collaborated with fellow Bristolians 6 O’clock Gin to fulfil all their gin-related needs. 6 O’clock Gin has a range of strikingly smooth artisan gins, handcrafted in small batches, using traditional skills and only the best natural ingredients. Also, they’ll be hosting free Gin Masterclasses throughout the weekend.

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