Food & Drink

We have a range of culinary delights lined up for you at this year’s Northern Green, and a well stocked bar. While most of the food is vegetarian or vegan, organic, locally sourced meat is also available on site. You can read our catering policy here. Check out all the options for food and drink below.


Northern Green Bar

At the side of the Solar Main Stage is the Northern Green Bar, serving local ales and ciders, as well as organic wines, spirits, mixers and bar snacks. Our range of cider and perry is supplied by local cider producers Three Cats Cider, and the beer is supplied by Amber Ales in Ripley, featuring a fruity, medium hopped pale ale brewed just for NGG! 

Re-useable NGG cups are available for a £2 deposit, so hold onto those pint cups folks! Only over 18s can be served at the bar, including for cup returns, so that means little scavengers will need to get their parents to return stacks of cups for them!



Creative Intentions Cafe

Providing healthy wraps, soup and salads. Indulge yourselves in our scrumptious selection of homemade organic and lush vegan cakes. We serve fairly traded hot and cold drinks including fresh coffee and Delicious Chai, all in real mugs. None of which cost the earth!

“Crewed by a diverse bunch of kindly folk who bring talents way beyond serving your favourite brew.”

This sumptous cafe is also home to the Creative Intentions Acoustic Stage. This years lineup coming soon, check out some of last year’s acts on this page.


Bean Pedaling

Bean Pedaling will be serving fresh coffees and teas from their steampunk style mobile coffee cart. With dairy milk and dairy alternatives. 

Hot and cold beverages.
Organic, Fairtrade, Fresh ground Coffee.
Fairtrade Tea
Hot Chocolate.
Dairy and non-dairy options
Flapjacks, muffins, cookies and biscuits


Sunshine Pizza Oven

We are Dan and Sarah, based in Bamford in the Hope Valley in the heart of the Peak District. We make artisan pizza, baked in our mobile, wood-fired pizza oven, at locations and events in and around Sheffield and the Peak District.

We believe in real food, and make everything by hand using fresh, high quality ingredients – organic and locally sourced where possible.

Our business is founded on ethical and environmental principles and we choose suppliers who share our ethos.




Marek from Dal-icious learned how to make his exciting dal and curry dishes while serving street kids in India, and now he is using the profits from his street-food stall to support the charity El Shaddai ( His delicious vegetarian and vegan dals are guaranteed to tickle your taste buds.




Veggies is volunteer-led, community-based social enterprise based in Nottingham. They provide vegan catering and have supported campaigns for humans, other animals and the environment since 1984. Check them out at, and find them in the Campaigns area.



Smith Hall Organics

From just down the road in Hulland Ward, our lovely neighbours produce organic beef and pork that is “raised the right way” and with “priority given to animal welfare”. This year they will be serving hot food, salads and cheeses as well as their delicious pies.