From a media release
The two day event will again be held in the Princes Wharf No. 1 shed, the home of the Tastes of Tasmania Festival.
Princes Wharf transforms into Australia’s biggest waterfront beer garden. It is a great opportunity for beer lovers to learn more about beer, meet brewers, find out more about commercial and home brewing at the brewing information sessions, participate in one of the free beer master classes. The public can taste beer, ranging from Tasmanian varieties, to English bitters, ales and the oldest beers in the world (from Belgium), accompanied by great local food. Tasmania’s top musicians will showcase their talents throughout the festival. A home brew competition will also be held.
The Tasmanian Beerfest is a family friendly event. Those underage are welcome, accompanied by a parent or guardian – entry for children is free.
WHEN: Friday, 12 November from 5pm – 11pm, and Saturday, 13 November from 11am – 11pm
WHERE: Princes Wharf, Hobart
HOW: At Beerfest you simply buy an entry ticket which includes a tasting glass and 10 tasting tokens. There’s a basic entry for those who don’t drink.
TICKETS are now on sale at selected Big Bargain Bottleshops. For participating bottleshops and other Beerfest information go to www.tasmanianbeerfest.com
The Tasmanian BeerFest includes a live music showcase featuring Tasmania’s top artists:
Friday November 12
- Pete Cornelius & the DeVilles,
- Adam Cousins,
- Hayley Couper,
- Ben Wells & The Middle Names
Saturday November 13
- The Alex Howard Trio,
- Sam Cole and The Mornings,
- Hayley Couper,
- Ben Wells & The Middle Names,
- Dominic Francis,
- Future and Dean,
- Andrew Marshall
- PLUS DJ Grotesque
Set times to be advised.
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