Taking the city by storm ever since its launch back in August, it didn’t take long for Squeezed to capture our attention as well as our hearts.
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Nestled in Cargo 2 within a yellow-tiled shipping container, the burgers here are juicy, cheesy and everything you could wish for.
Consistent and fully banging, they’ve now got a new companion up on the menu: the big church burger.
On a mission to raise money for Bristol Night Shelter (part of the Julian Trust), the burger will be available until the 22nd of December and costs £8. All profits from this latest burger will be donated to the trust in the hopes to make a difference for the rough sleepers out in Bristol.
Featuring a beef patty with double Swiss cheese, shoestring fries, shredded lettuce, IPA pickles, and hollandaise sauce, you ain’t heard nothing yet! Crafted specifically for Squeezed by Joe’s Bakery, you’ll find these mouthwatering toppings all packed in between two delicious and salty pretzel burger buns. Sounds utterly exquisite.
Talking about his latest menu addition, Alex Hayes says:
“It’s beefy, cheesy, buttery and smooth with a tang of beer pickles and a crunch of potato and lettuce,
I wanted it to be ‘more than just a burger’ without taking anything away from the product which I’m happy with, I just didn’t want to put a special on and that be it.
“Cycling home late every night after work sees me head through the town centre and I am generally startled at the number of rough sleepers I’d see on that route alone.
“It’s getting very cold, often wet and it just brought it home at how hard it would be on the street.
“I always wanted Squeezed to be involved with a charity and could think of none better than the Julian Trust, who offer a bed, warm food and much needed support without any forms or questions asked. They are just there.”