Set up in 2014 by founder Adam Bryson from a street food truck named Cyril, the firm has expanded in the past two years, welcoming two new trucks which can be found pitching up at business parks, weddings and markets across the UK.
Kerb Edge founder Adam Bryson said: “Being big fans of the Head of Steam pubs, we were delighted to hear they were opening in Hull.
“Once we knew they were looking for a partner to head up the kitchen, we wanted to be involved. Their range of fantastic beer is a great match for our hand crafted burgers. As an ambitious growing business, Head of Steam are an ideal partner for us”.
Chris Soley, chief executive at Camerons Brewery, said: “When we setup a new venue we are always looking to work with local brewers for the supply of their brands into our pubs.
“We feel it is vital to support the local brewers in the area so we have taken this strategy one stage further and we are now looking for local food operators to run the kitchens in our venues.”
“We started this concept out recently with Newcastle based group Longhorns BBQ Smokehouse and the partnership has been very successful.
“As we look to grow our Head of Steam brand nationwide we will look for local new start companies in the area to tender to run our kitchens.”
“We were really impressed with the team from KerbEdge. They understood and were passionate about our business and more importantly their range of burgers was truly fantastic.”