Inside Ludlow Castle: with local food & drink producers, talks & demos, Live Fire Stage, trails and kids’ activities.
We are delighted to welcome Laura Hadland, one of the country’s leading drinks writers, author of ‘50 Years of CAMRA’, the ‘Best Beer Book in the World 2022’.
Through the lens of beer she expertly navigates the complex world of brewing via stories of people, place and history. Highlighting the importance of keeping Cask Ale production and consumption alive in the UK, Shropshire certainly punches high above its weight.
Laura has hand-picked four different breweries and four contrasting beers to help illustrate her story, with accompanying nibbles.
Cost: £20 / Slow Food members £18
TO CHECK AVAILABILITY & BUY YOUR TASTE WORKSHOP TICKET, PLEASE VISIT THE SLOW FOOD STAND IN THE CASTLE GARDENS AREA OVER THE WEEKEND.
Slow Food Taste Workshops and the Slow Food Feast take place inside the Castle Beacon Rooms. For workshops you will be served food /drink as an accompaniment. Entrance during festival opening hours to workshops will be via the Slow Food Ludlow stall in the Castle Gardens, those outside of festival hours, will be via the side door (right of Castle main gates) signposted ‘Slow Food Event’.
Please note: you will need to purchase a ticket to enter the Ludlow Food Festival to take part in these Workshops, with the exception of the Friday and Saturday evening events.
Due to the nature of the Taste Workshops, it isn’t always possible cater for restricted diets and where there is meat as part of the workshop there will not be a vegetarian option. Any requests for specific food restrictions must be requested in advance by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org For the evening Slow Food Feasts there will be a vegetarian option available.