Awesome, locally-owned-and-operated food trucks from around the state pair perfectly with the beverages of the Delaware Beer, Wine and Spirits Trial. Food trucks are growing in popularity around Delaware, and each weekend you’ll find them at trail locations. Some spots go so far as to have full-on food truck events. Part of the fun will be trying to decide what your favorite pairings are as you make your way around the trail, one sip – and bite – at a time!
Liquid Alchemy Beverages
Liquid Alchemy Beverages loves to have a few food trucks out each week.
- April 15, 6:00-9:00 PM – Enjoy Mead, Music and Munchies with Doggie Style and live music from the Jazz Talkers.
- April 22 – The first annual Mead & Sweet is happening brings food trucks with Woodside Creamery, Cajun Sno, and Mrs. Snyders. The trucks will be at the Liquid Alchemy selling all sorts of sweetness to pair with their meads and ciders
- March 24 – Troops BBQ
- March 25 – Kurbside Cuisine
- April 1 – Doggie Style - and it’s the release of Liquid Alchemy Beverages newest cider, Light Cide(r)
- 4/7/17: Troops BBQ
Harvest Ridge Winery
Harvest Ridge Winery is hosting a gigantic Food Truck Competition on March 31, 4:00-8:00 PM and on April 1, 12:00-5:00 PM. Join the winery for one of the largest gatherings of food trucks in the region, showcasing some of the most talented and competitive food trucks.
Early Bird Tickets let you skip the line at the entrance and receive an extra drink ticket. Tickets at the door include access to the event, a commemorative wine glass, and a wine or cider tasting flight or glass of wine or cider.
You’ve got to see the list of participating food trucks:
|Nothing Better||The Penalty Box||Truck It|
|Meat Wagon BBQ||The Plum Pit||Wanderwender Farm Creamery|
|Philly Fry||I Don't Give a Fork||Mojo Loco|
|Thyme to Eat||Delaware Provision Company||Delicious Craving|
|The Corn Exchange||The Wandering Chef||Cupcake Carnivale|
|Fordham & Dominion||The Polish Connection||Rebel Cove|
Save the Date for Blue Earl's Food Truck Throwdown on August 5 from 12:00-9:00 PM! This inaugural throwdown will include ten awesome food trucks, from Mediterranean to Mexican, grilled cheese to BBQ, competing for fan’s votes, all in the quest of the coveted Blue Earl People’s Choice Award. A panel of food experts will also judge signature dishes prepared by each food truck for a chance to win the 2017 Blue Earl Cup.
Admission is free, and each attendee will receive one ticket to present to the food truck of their choice. There will be live music throughout the day, plus outdoor games, and face painting and a bouncy house for the kids.
You can always bring your own food with you to 3rd Wave. Or if you plan your visit right, you can grab a bite to eat from a food truck. Take a look at who you can pair with your 3rd Wave brews this spring.
- March 24-25 – Thyme to Eat
- March 31-April 1 – Backyard Louie's BBQ
- April 8 – Thyme to Eat
- April 14-15 – Mr. Bar-B-Que
- April 21-22 – Vittles
- April 28-29 – Thyme to Eat
Mispillion River Brewing
Recover from the Monday blues every Tuesday, starting March 14 at Mispillion River Brewing as the brewery and Mr. Bar-B-Que present Taco Tuesday. From 5:00-8:00 PM on Tuesdays check out the Taco of the Week Selection to pair with $5 flights.
Fordham and Dominion Brewing
Fordham and Dominion Brewing is having a release party for their new sour, The 11th Sour, on April 7 with Nothing Better and their food truck full of mini donuts. Head back to the brewery on April 22 for thee annual beer and music festival, R2Hop2. The afternoon will be filled with music from LoveBettie, Loose Ties, Barrel House and Nate McCormick. Plus there will be at least 8 food trucks, 10+ beers on tap, firkin tappings, a photo booth, kids’ zone, face painting, keg tossing, and samplings from Harvest Ridge Winery and Painted Stave Distilling. VIP, General Admission and DD tickets are available for the event.