On January 27th and 28th, Kerb and Monkey Shoulder will be transforming The Biscuit Factory, Bermondsey in to an immersive Scottish clubhouse to celebrate Burns Night.
Street food specialists Kerb have gathered a selection of their finest vendors to put on a feast of traditional Scottish fayre with a twist. The Wild game Co, Deeney’s, Ghetto Grillz, Oyster Boy and Nonna’s Gelato will be serving up a selection of meat and vegetarian offerings including Haggis scotch eggs and a build your own whisky sundae.
Ticket holders can taste Old Fashioneds from Monkey Shoulder, four Scottish Kerb cocktail creations as well as wine and local craft beers.
Monster Ceilidh, (Teesside fiddler and accordion maestro meets dub-heavy electric bass) will be entertaining the revelers as will live DJ sets. Party goers will be encouraged to play Highland themed games including: Corn-hole, “sheep shearing” and Donald Trump’s crazy golf course.
Grant Neave, brand ambassador, Monkey Shoulder comments: “We are delighted to announce our partnership with Kerb and look forward to bringing our unique twist on all things Scottish this Burns Night. We’ll have our legendary cocktail ‘tea trolley’ on site to ensure there are plenty of delicious Monkey Shoulder concoctions to wash down the one off Scottish street food on offer, not to mention our secret whiskey den and other tongue in cheek activations throughout the night. This is sure to be a Burns night not to forget”
Rachael Heathcote, operations manager, kerb adds: “Kerb were drawn to celebrate Burns Night as it celebrates a great poet, political commentator and the spirit of our Scottish neighbours – which we feel is reflected and embodied by Londoners today. It brings together so many wonderful elements under one roof; poetry, art, eating, drinking and dancing and gives people a change to celebrate the different facets within the melting pot of London!
We are so excited to work with Monkey Shoulder on this as they bring a great energy to events – always adding in an element of the unexpected and, of course, a brilliant whisky to toast and sip.”
Tickets for the event are available though Kerb’s website.