The original London street food truck is brings ballsy flavours and handmade wares to streets, festivals, parties & weddings. Succulent spheres of free-range pork, chicken & British beef ground from whole cuts, dropped in fresh sauces and served with sides including wild rice, bulgur wheat or artisan breads. Jez ran his own talent management company before ‘putting his balls on the line’ and setting up The Bowler. He learnt to cook at the organic farm and cookery school Ballymaloe, near Cork, before discovering the ‘food truck’ scene on a trip to the US which inspired the launch of The Bowler. He started off doing a Supper Club for friends before finding his eye-catching van on eBay and becoming one of the first food trucks in the UK on the London street food scene. The Bowler also makes regular appearances at markets, private events, film sets and summer festivals throughout the UK. If you fancy having a go at home, The Bowler’s Meatball Cookbook by Jez Felwick is out now so you can try making some Great Balls of Fire, Bjorn Balls and other pun laden classics for yourselves tinyurl.com/ctmaj8r. Twitter: @TheBowlerUK
The Rebellion Brewery was established in 1993 in Marlow Bottom, marking the revival of Marlow’s brewing history after the famous Wethered’s Brewery closed in 1987. Since its beginning, Rebellion has focused on producing the best quality beer possible, using traditional methods whist embracing modern technology and techniques. We produce a range of beers using classic hop varieties but we’re also not afraid to explore the exciting new hops available, creating a beer range that varies character, colour and strength. You will find our beers in local bars and you can also try and buy from our brewery shop.
Harrow & Hope is a labour of love – a small, family team with a belief that with hard work and good fortune the flint laden slopes above Marlow could yield a Sparkling Wine to rival the worlds greatest. Grown, picked and expertly blended by the same team on the same site, each glass of Harrow & Hope is a tribute to traditional method viticulture and winemaking, to the unique characteristics of Marlow and to the spirit of adventure.
We are an events company with a difference and are based in the lovely town of Marlow, Buckinghamshire. We specialise in pop-up film screenings, using our state of the art equipment that can be used indoors or outdoors. We create beautiful, bespoke events using our extensive knowledge and expertise. What sets us apart is that we are adaptable in our approach. Whether you need simply to hire our screen and AV equipment for your own event or you want us to run the whole shebang, we are happy to discuss your requirements.
When it comes to Somerset Cider, we're the real deal, using only the best heritage varieties of West Country apples and wild yeasts to produce exceptional quality cider on our family farm just outside Bath, Somerset. We also believe in innovation and have great fun creating new twists on old ideas.
Cawston Press is made by people who have a love and understanding for creating delicious tasting drinks that you can feel good about drinking. Our journey of pressing fruit began over 30 years ago with the humble apple and has grown from there. Our award-winning drinks conjure up a nostalgic taste of summers past. We use only the finest ingredients inspired by British kitchen gardens, which are picked at harvest time so they are brimming with flavour. Simple, clean and trusted ingredients with absolutely no artificial nasties added.
Laithwaite’s Wine is a family run business established in 1969 beneath the railway arches in Windsor, we still to this day we have our roots firmly established in the local area, as well as branching out across the globe.
Laithwaite’s believe in providing quality wine at a sensible price, and deal direct with our wine producing friends, many of whom we’ve been working with for generations. With around 2000 wines to select from at any one time, including an award winning range of our own English Sparkling Wines, we have something for everybody.
In a year when Shaggy topped the charts with ‘Boombastic,’ Toy Story was a box office smash and the ‘Rachel’ haircut craze swept the country, Bath Ales opened its doors for the first time with an ethos to produce only high quality, flavoursome beers in response to consumer demand. In 1995, among the many great enterprises that launched – eBay, the DVD, Amazon – Bath Ales brewed its first batch of its flagship ale Gem.
“It’s crazy! Why does Bath not have its own bottled spring water?!” This was the question Bathonians, Mark and Rachel Allen, and friend, Bath-based film producer, Jonathan Willis, asked themselves one day in 2016 over lunch. Undeniably, the UNESCO world heritage City of Bath is internationally synonymous with water, and has been for thousands of years. From the city’s founder King Bladud in 863 BC, the Romans’ Aquae Sulis (the Waters of Sulis), as Bath was once known, the pleasure-seeking Georgians and our very own inspiration today, the water bottling entrepreneur “JB” Bowler, who started supplying Bath with spring water between 1864 to 1969, water was, and continues to be, at the very heart and soul of our city. However, the sulphurous thermal water that millions have bathed in isn’t necessarily the most pleasant of thirst quenchers! And so, our search for a local natural spring water supplier started. As proud Bathonians and passionate believers in high quality, locally sourced produce we wanted our water to be local to Bath. Our quest lead us to the original source of Bath’s water in the nearby Mendip Hills. Our water filters through ancient limestone vales deep underground and is drawn and bottled at source on organic land. ‘Bath Water’ was born.
Chase Distillery is Britain's first Single-Estate Distillery and home to some of the world’s finest award-winning spirits. With a field to bottle ethos, Chase distil home grown potatoes from the family farm in Herefordshire into vodka, which is then redistilled with carefully selected wild botanicals to make their collection of gins.