SA produce, SA chefs, global BBQ flavours.


For all South Africans the Braai culture is a way of life and we are excited to be a part of the BBF HomeBrewed 2020 and show some tasty meat.


Coming to Australia the first thing I bought was a charcoal braai to keep the Fire Burning no gas only wood or charcoal is the way to braai meat.


Fish & chips are an Australian icon, but do you ever think about where your fish & chips come from? We do! That’s why we’ve created Angler – sustainable & ethical and Aussie as! Locally sourced sustainable fish and seafood. Hand cut chips from potatoes grown in South Australia.


We are committed to sustainable and ethical choices for our whole food chain, supporting the fishermen and the growers to ensure when their seasons change, so do we. We have partnered with SA Fair Fish to ensure our Fisherman get the credit they deserve and a fair price for the hard work they do.


Barry’s Burgers started back in 2015 with a simple focus: making burgers that leave you feeling good. Based on the beachside culture of warm nights spent hanging out by the ocean with good friends and great food. We use all local South Australian suppliers and love nothing more than cracking a few beers and having a burger. So when the chance to become part of the iconic Beer & BBQ Festival came along we couldn’t think of anything else we would rather do!


Smokin Grillers and Boston Bay Smallgoods are on a never-ending quest to perfect our BBQ. We surround ourselves with the best pork and smallgoods South Australia has to offer and bring it to you in our custom SA built reverse flow smoking trailer. 


Tim & Kyle (My Kitchen Rules 2017) have teamed up with their best mate and head chef Kain to bring you CARŌclub.


CARŌ, the Latin word for meat, inspired the name and the menu, with influences and flavour combinations from across the globe. We focus on making meat the hero in all our dishes. We love meat; slow cooked, smoked, braised, fried, over coals, on a spit – we do it all! 


We dare you to walk past one of our burgers or fried chicken – the perfect side kick to one of the many delicious beers at BBF2020!


‘Four Seeds’ retro kitchen cupboard serves up Adelaide’s favourite chocolate brownies and our ice cream brownie sandwiches are a delicious summer treat. 


We bake everything from scratch in our Adelaide Hills kitchen and use great ingredients (think Belgian chocolate and pasture raised eggs) to ensure you love your piece of chocolate brownie goodness. What’s more, our brownies are all gluten free and we’ve got lots of vegan options too. 


Four Seeds first joined the BBF line up in 2019 and we can’t wait to return for a summer version this year.


GANG GANG is an Adelaide based burger super shoppe. Serving great burgers using quality local produce. Generating influences from Asia + Los Angeles. Perfect to pair with all the amazing local beers BBF HomeBrewed.



Soi38 opened as a street food style Thai restaurant in 2014 after fundraising through stalls at festivals and Fork on The Road events. In 2018 Soi38 morphed into a regional Thai restaurant specialising in dishes that wouldn’t normally be found outside of the towns and villages the recipes originate. Fire x Soi38 is our charcoal BBQ hybrid project for when we want to take our traditional recipes and morph them into perfect festival food.


We are so excited to be a part of the BBF HomeBrew2020 program, back in the festival atmosphere we started in!


We cook with fire and are impartial to a Coopers. We have a philosophy of low food mileage and we have facial hair plus a few tattoos. Jack is quiet and gets on with it, maintaining as low a social media footprint as possible. Gus is a bit louder and does a lot of things ironically but in good faith on his socials. Check out Redbeardgus on the gram for a taste of our style


We’re cooking Italian style BBQ. Porchetta rolls and lamb arrosticini are our game. We keep it simple so there won’t necessarily be something for everyone at our fire pit, but the meat is sourced from good farmers and the fried potatoes are local. We’ll be using a few beers in our products and recipe testing is under way so keep a nose out for one of our pop ups in the lead up to ABBF Home Brewed.


Peers and Gill bought a weber kettle BBQ 10 years ago, then after going to the first Adelaide Beer & BBQ Fest, were inspired to join the South Australian BBQ community.


The No Beard Required BBQ team entered the Rad Beer Week BBQ comp at Little Bang Brewery back in 2017, and since then have gained great success around the national Australian BBQ official competitions, including a high place in last year’s Meatstock, up against some seriously heavy hitters!


Offering local catering, Peers & Gill have just bought their first food truck, and are very excited to bring it to BBF HomeBrewed this summer to serve out the authentic & delicious BBQ they are so well known for!

RG The Home of Low’n’Slow

More ribs, brisket and pulled pork for those American BBQ buffs


We made it out of the jungles and slums of Southeast Asia to serve our amazing Southeast Asian Street Food


Sneaky taco stall from the legendary Amanda Griffiths (FKA Sneaky Pickle)


Party Time, Excellent.

Hot, freaking hot and not so hot wings

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