St Andrews Uni Local Food Night with the Fife Diet,and Transition University as part of the Green Week (loads else on here) 5.45 – 8.00 pm at New Hall featuring a handful of Fife’s finest local producers, with sampling and a chance to meet farmers and artisan food producers face to face. You can join the Fife Diet on the night (free).
‘Anster’ cheese is hand-made on the farm – to a traditional recipe – by Jane Stewart, using unpasteurised milk from her husband Robert’s herd of home-bred Holstein Friesian cows.
A family-run grower of organic produce based near Abernethy in Fife. They operate a box scheme for organic vegetables, bringing organic produce straight from the field directly to your door. Sign up on the night!
Luckie Ales is an artisan microbrewery that specializes in handcrafted Scottish beers and historic British ales. Only the best is good enough for our beers: made in small batches from the finest ingredients, come along and sample!