Time Out says
Make sure you come hungry to this annual celebration of the low- and slow-cooked BBQ stalwart, beef brisket. The repetitive but tempting menu is simply one dish 11 times, but with the likes of Neil Rankin, Smokestak and Miss P's BBQ providing their take on the moist meat, you might be hankering after a dozen of 'em.
Tickets include a serving of all 11 briskets plus a pint of USA Hells from Camden Town Brewery. Booking is recommended, but if you can't face planning ahead there will be brisket sandwiches available on the day that mix all 11 varieties.
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But all the vendors are BBQ types... how can something called Brisket Fest not pay tribute to Jewish style brisket!? That would be an appalling oversight. I desperately hope I've misunderstood, and there's a whole separate list for purveyors of Jewish brisket. Otherwise, I pity the schmuck who organised this.
This was one of the best events I went to last year. Good times, great traders and a wonderful smoky atmosphere. Some really great brisket and some interesting ways of serving it- I'm thinking Frito Pie here...Kudos to Texas Joe for pulling it together- and great news it's coming back again this summer- 2015. Woo hoo Braaaaaaaaaaang it, Cowboy!
I am the host of this event and just wanted to say what great time it was last year. 8 amazing chefs. 8 amazing briskets. I'm no Schmuck despite comment below from someone who didn't attend... And for them we have some salt beef this year.
BRANG ON BRISKETFEST 2015