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Longtime Chef Brings New Seafood Trailer to North Burnet

Liberation Fish starts serving this Sunday

Liberation Fish food truck
Liberation Fish food truck
Courtesy Liberation Fish
Erin Russell is associate editor of Eater Austin, a native Austinite, and a big fan of carbs.

New seafood trailer Liberation Fish is bringing the Gulf to North Burnet this weekend, with chef Camden Stuerzenberger at the helm. The food truck debuts at Adelbert’s Brewery this Sunday, August 13 at 1:30 p.m.

Expect the roaming Liberation truck to highlight Southern seafood with dishes like crawfish queso, gumbo with crispy oysters, etouffee, a smoked fish po’ boy, and fried green tomato tacos. (Celiacs take note: the fryers will be gluten-free.) The menus will vary based on seasonal availability. The team also plans to throw events like oyster shucking contests and fish fries.

For Liberation's first day, Adelbert's is creating dishes that will pair with the brewery's Buzzbait Blonde beer, like cripsy grit fried oysters with bacon remoulade. Proceeds from the beer will benefit the Coastal Conservation Association Texas.

Stuerzenberger’s former Mighty Taco coworker Bethany Anderson is the truck’s operations manager. He is also partnering with longtime friend Ben Braly for Liberation.

Stuerzenberger has 15 years of experience in the Austin restaurant scene, from the now closed Fork & Vine and upcoming Phoebe’s Diner with Winebelly. The latter is slated to open later this month.

This is the second seafood truck announced this month for Austin, with Monger’s opening Hawaiian-inspired Alley Cat in September on East Cesar Chavez.

Adelbert's Brewery

2314 Rutland Drive, , TX 78758 (512) 662-1462 Visit Website