To-Eat & Drink

At FolkEast, we pride ourselves on sourcing the food and drink as locally as possible. There is a wide range to suit all tastes and very reasonably priced so you can enjoy good food and drink to your heart’s content over the weekend.

The FoodEast village at the top of the hill brings local food producers together wit a new take on festival fare with foodie pop-ups and products, complimenting the world food brought to you in the Food Market.

Licensed premises:

The Cobbold Arms and The Hop Inn supply a range of  craft ales and beers,  as well as cider, lager, wine and select spirits all sourced locally. The friendly staff know their ales well and will help find the one for you. Some of them will also be found  bringing the art of Dwile Flonking to the FolkEast site.

In 2016, The Half Way House will made it’s first appearance, probably the Smallest Pub in the World! (unless you know different)

The Soapbox will return with  its own Rum Bar situated on the Soapbox garden.

2017 saw the arrival of the much anticipated imaGINe bar providing Local Adnams distilled Gin – straight up or mixed as a cocktail with festival themed names – the Moot Hall Mule being one with a bit of a kick! Thank you to our enGINeers.

When purchasing alcohol, please note that proof of age (for those of you who are lucky enough to maintain their youthful looks) may be asked for. Strictly 18+

file-page1All our Draft Beers are supplied by  local brewers and the 2017  list of  beers will be announced soon .

The Green Jackalope festival ale brewed by  Tim Dunford at Green Jack Brewery will make a welcome return .

Where possible we try to make sure that all our alcohol stock ( beer, lager, cider, gin)  is locally produced. We are now searching for an affordable locally produced wine.

There are also plenty of places providing non-alcoholic beverages and with the perfect cup of coffee to start the day from Cafe Mobile and The Suffolk Coffee Company and an afternoon tea served in  china cups  by Serendipity Street.