AFTER TEN SUCCESSFUL YEARS,
WE ARE READY EMBARK ON THE NEXT DECADE
$15 ONLINE $22 AT THE DOOR
INCLUDES 5 TASTING TICKETS
Additional tasting tickets $1 each, available on the day
The 11th Canberra Craft Beer & Cider Festival is set to be the biggest ever held, with a record number of exhibitors expected for the event, which will be held on Saturday 24 March between 11am – 6pm.
The Festival will be staged in the gardens of the heritage Mercure Canberra in Braddon and will feature breweries from across Australia along with live bands, food, entertainment and a wide range of kids’ activities.
The Festival is ideal for all beer and cider enthusiasts – from beginners to budding craft brewers.
Over 200 beers and ciders will be available for tasting and visitors will be able to take part in beer/cider food matching sessions, hear guest speakers, and meet the brewers.
Canberra’s rapidly emerging brewing scene is reflected in the presence of Bent Spoke Brewing Co, Captial Brewing Co, Jono’s Jerky and others, while interstate exhibitors include many of Australia’s most renowned breweries such as Sydney Brewery, Endeavour Beer, Pirate Life, Stone Dog Meadery, Akasha Brewing, Young Henrys, HopDog Beer Works, Mountain Goat Beer, Goose Island Brewery and James Squire. Specialist cideries such as Nightingale Bros Alpine Cider and Willie Smith’s Cider will exhibit their range of ciders.
Once again, the Festival will help raise funds for ACT Cancer Support’s Rise Above organisation, a locally based group that provides support for over 950 cancer patients.
Tickets are now available for $15 pre-purchase (via Moshtix) or $22 at the door (a booking fee applies).
For the last 7 years, the H-Cee Family (formerly Hard Cover) have been entertaining and jamming along at some of Canberra’s favourite local venues. With a delicious mix of soulful vocals and grooving musicianship the H-Cee Family are known for their fun mash-ups and clever medleys. Established as one of the ACT’s best cover bands in the last few years playing everything from rock to RnB to reggae.