Eats to eat and drinks to drink at Webstock 2016

Your nourishment and sustenance while at Webstock’s main event on Thursday and Friday is very important to us.

Much of the food available will be locally and sustainably sourced, and at least half of all offerings at meal times will be gluten free and vegetarian.

There will also be a sizeable range of organic, plant based, vegan, dairy free and nut free options.

Amongst other things, we’ll have…


For the workshops on Tuesday and Wednesday at Shed 6, our friends at Peoples Coffee will be there serving up fine cups of joe: delicious, unlimited and free!

Mojo Coffee, Webstock’s coffee partner at the St James, will be brewing up more ways than one to get your fix. They’ll be serving delicious coffee from their fancy new café downstairs or join them upstairs and enjoy alternative brew methods like batch brew filter coffee, chilled cold brew and Steampunk single origin coffee.

Please feel free to bring your Webstock Coffee Receptacle should you have one, for continuous refills.

Cola, Juice & Water

We’ll have a selection of organic fairtrade Karma Colas, kombucha, and organic juices from Almighty, who contribute 3c from every bottle sold to help dig vege gardens in schools and teach kids to cook with fresh, healthy produce.

These beverages will be available all day.

Plus there will be water stations aplenty, situated around the venue to help keep hydration at optimal levels. Bring along your Webstock water bottle from last year why don’t you!


In celebration of Webstock’s special 10th anniversary, Garage Project are back again and this time, have conjured up something a lil’ different.

Brewed with a carefully chosen selection of high citrus New Zealand and American hops, ‘red’ malts, black pepper and ruby grapefruit, this ale careers off the tracks in a beautiful mess of juicy citrus sour, sweet malt and bitter aromatic hops. Something thought provoking for the mind and stimulating for the taste buds.

Garage Project beer o’clock will take place at afternoon tea time, both days. Beers will also be available on Thursday evening, and at the Webstock After Party.

We would say something about drinking responsibly here, but we know you know that already.

Ice Cream

Back by popular demand, we’ll be serving tasty ice cream and non- dairy frozen treats. From the Wooden Spoon Boutique Freezery, we have ice cream pops in the following flavours:

  • Chocolate Peanut Butter – milk chocolate ice cream with Fix and Fogg peanut butter and white chocolate clusters (gluten free and egg free)
  • Stroopwafel – cinnamon ice cream with Montfoort stroopwafel bits (nut free)
  • Cherry Pie – creamy vanilla ice cream with Doughmomma cherry pie lling swirled throughout (gluten free, nut free and egg free)

We’ve also got Little Island, New Zealand’s first coconut-based ice cream. It’s vegan, dairy free, nut free and soy free. Available throughout day in vanilla bean chocolate, mango and banana bean flavours.

Tacos & Dumplings

On Thursday, after the last talk of the day, and before Startup Alley, a cash bar will be in operation. And thanks to La Boca Loca and House of Dumplings, a delightful assortment of tasty treats will be available for purchase.

La Boca Loca will be serving tacos (gluten free) in meat or vegetarian varieties. They use fresh, responsibly produced, sustainable cuisine, and organic produce whenever possible.

House of Dumplings will also have a selection of their moreish morsels – handmade from scratch in Wellington using the recipes and techniques passed down from generations of dumpling makers. They use locally sourced, 100% natural, free range, and MSG free ingredients.

There will be eftpos.


And to celebrate the Webstock Week that was, there’s a post match function taking place in the St James, across several spaces. There’ll be an excellent assortment of drinks (both alcoholic and non-alcoholic) and lashings of hearty food to keep you hydrated, nourished and in the party kind of mood.