I have long been a fan of customisation. And saucy things. So I was doubly happily surprised on a recent visit to The Sommerstown Coffee House, run by the Yummy boys at the Yummy Pub Company
Sauce stations, including Bloody Mary ketchup, as seen below, are offered for both retail & self service for customers.
I love the fact that customisation and personalisation continues to march through the pub industry creating innovate offerings wherever it goes.
And what do KAMunity (our online community of Pub and Bar goers) think? A massive 80% said that they would be interested in buying retail sauces, pickles and the like from their local. FYI, the same number said they’d be interested in take-away homemade food from their local.
*disclaimer* The picture below is from The Grove
PS- Want to get the views of 500 publicans? Our brand spanking new research project, PubliKAM goes to field at the end of August, so there is just 4 weeks to join this exciting programme and influence the initial questionnaire, plus add in your bespoke “for your eyes only” questions. Just respond to this email or click HERE for more details!
Tonight I’m spending the night at home preparing for an early morning train up to Penrith for Kendal Calling festival.Because I’ve not spent enough time so far this year standing in damp fields watching bands.
I’m also looking forward to spending some time with a good friend and even good-er hairdresser/barber, who has recently started working for Get Smooth- they run pop-up barber services AT YOUR PLACE OF WORK! No more wasting Saturday mornings getting your hair cut or your hipster beard trimmed and oiled, just get these guys to come along, set up in your office! They even do mani/pedi’s, ladies. If you want to know more, contact her here- firstname.lastname@example.org and say KAM Media sent you for a jolly nice discount!
Have a great weekend all