Belgian micro-fest brings cheer to the arches

Heverlee brings Belgian micro-festival to disused New Waverley Arches

Heverlee brings Belgian micro-festival to disused New Waverley Arches

A new Belgian micro-festival is set to give a new lease of life to the disused New Waverley Arches this weekend.

Brought to Edinburgh by Heverlee beer, ahead of the three day festival to celebrate Belgian National Day (21 July), Kerry got a preview of the event fusing Scottish and Belgian cultures, with its exciting line-up of Scotland’s best names in food, music and art.

With Firecracker Recording providing a hand-picked line up of electronic DJs, it was the perfect backdrop to one of our favourite street food markets, the Pitt, who were serving Belgian inspired dishes, including a Carbonade Flamande, a traditional Belgian beef stew, made with Heverlee beer, beautifully washed down with cold pints of Heverlee pilsner style lager and two limited Heverlee brews, created in Belgium especially for the event.
Heverlee at New Waverley East Market Street, Friday 21 July, 4pm-11pm, Saturday 22 & Sunday 23 July, noon-11pm – No entry fees apply.

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About Kerry Teakle

Working in communications during the day, by night, Kerry is a self-confessed culture vulture and foodie, and can be found lapping up anything culinary or to do with the arts.

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