Anarchy Brew Co. is providing a roof for the Jesmond Food Market this Saturday.

The renowned souk of scran, which takes place twice a month on Armstrong Bridge, had been cancelled this Saturday, but that cancellation has now been cancelled.

Which means the market is back on.

Daisy Turnell divulged, “We read the news on Facebook about the market having to be cancelled, and wanted to do something to help. The taproom here at Anarchy had the space this weekend, so we’re really happy to be able to step in, and to welcome local food and drink traders to our venue.”

Food stalls at the impromptu taproom-market this weekend will include Italian treats from DaVi, Tyneside’s own Laneberg Wine, Cheese Sir, The Naked Foodie, and Cacao Brew, amongst others, and the taproom’s resident Rib & Rub. Kids are welcome in the taproom until 6pm, and dogs can stay as long as they like.

The food market takes place at Anarchy Brew Co.’s taproom on Saturday 15th February from 12pm – 4pm, and returning to Armstrong Bridge as usual on Saturday 7th March from 10pm – 4pm.


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