The Beefy Boys will be bringing their mouth-watering American-style burgers to Bishop’s Castle this Friday (January 26).

World’s best burger finalist The Beefy Boys have quickly built a reputation for their delicious creations with a loyal following since opening restaurants in Hereford, Shrewsbury and Cheltenham.

Excitement is building in Bishop’s Castle after news spread that The Beefy Boys food truck will be making its way to the Six Bells pub from 4.30pm and will be in the Powys border market town until late on Friday evening.


County Times:  The truck will be based outside The Six Bells pub in Bishop's Castle. The truck will be based outside The Six Bells pub in Bishop's Castle. (Image: Anwen Parry/County Times)

The Beefy Boys posted on social media on Monday saying: “We regularly take one million tons of freshly minced dry aged Herefordshire beef patties with us BUT if you want to guarantee masticating to one of our award-winning burgers try and arrive early to avoid disappointment. See you on the road, peace.”

The truck will also be heading to The Red Lion in Brecon today (Wednesday, January 24) from 4.30pm until late.

The Beefy Boys have been giving television viewers a look at their culinary creations in action after making appearances on BBC programmes such as the popular series Saturday Kitchen and Hidden World of Hospitality with Tom Kerridge.

Founding member Anthony 'Murf' Murphy cooked up burgers on Saturday Kitchen's festive special sharing the recipe of the much-loved Christmas Boy burger.