Ride Along Series | Progressive Lunch
Tour at a glance...
Ride Along: Joel Humphreys
The Earp story runs deep in Newcastle's history, running successful businesses in town since 1883. Six generations later sees the Earp family making their own gin in Carrington, one of Newcastle's most interesting and history filled suburbs. When I spoke to Cameron Burns about the Ride Along Series, he was keen to jump in and help tell the story and sling some great booze at the same time. Cameron is responsible for the first batches of gin at Earp, helping lay the blueprint for the great gin (and soon to be rum and whiskey) the team creates today. With almost 15 years of industry experience in the can, Cameron is well-versed in hosting a great time, ready to toast to any occasion.
Main & Dessert - Lost Boys KebabsTBAParing: Dirt Candy Wines You might be reading this because you’re already a fan of Scotties, Lost Boys or of Joel’s cooking in general. For those, not up to speed, Lost Boys Kebabs is the mecca of inventive middle eastern fare, completely flipping what we think of a traditional kebab on its head. At Lost Boys Kebabs, we earn some time off the bike for our final stop for a hearty feast and dessert. Here, Joel will run through how he brought Lost Boys to life during a pandemic, the goals for the business and why a typically fine-dining Chef opened a kebab shop. We finish at Lost Boys Kebabs (Cambridge Hotel) where you can stay for more drinks and socialising.
This tour is created to space out any drinks served throughout the course of the experience. All venues also serve a range of non-alcoholic options and all riders must be 18+.
It is up to each guest to know their limits. We highly encourage guests using their own bikes to utilise public transport, taxis or rideshare providers to get home after the experience - or call in a favour from a friend to pick you up.