Froth on the good stuff when the Beer InCider Experience returns … early!
It seems like only yesterday that the revelry of the Beer InCider Experience passed through the Brisbane Showgrounds – well, that’s because it was just a few short months ago in September. Lovers of all things sudsy and delicious can rejoice in the news that this beloved festival is coming back sooner than you’d think – on Saturday March 9, to be exact. The powers that be are bringing Beer InCider back to town for another round before it pops up again later in the year – and frankly, we’re frothing.
Let’s get right down to business and discuss the sippable and edible side of Beer InCider Experience. You can wrap your lips around brews from local legends Newstead Brewing Co, Soapbox Beer, Felons Brewing Co, Aether Brewing, All Inn Brewing Co. and friends joined by interstate mates Brick Lane Brewing, Hop Nation, KAIJU! Beer and loads more. As well as some delicious food-truck fare to keep you satiated, Beer InCider is hosting some killer restaurant pop-ups this year – you can sample delights from Chu the Phat, Gnocchi Gnocchi Brothers, Netherworld’s famous (and vegan) Hellmouth Diner, Tippler’s Tap and even Stokebar Q. Talk about feeling fancy!
If you can stop focusing on your tastebuds and belly for one second (hey, we don’t blame you for struggling), take a moment to appreciate what a huge entertainment line-up is in store for Beer InCider this year. The main stage has pulled headlining act DMA’s alongside veterans Something For Kate, with the remaining slots filled out with legends Alex the Astronaut, WAAX, West Thebarton and Loser. Top tunes aren’t the only thing to keep you occupied – the ping-pong arena is making its return, practise your putting at mini-golf, plus you can channel your inner primary schooler and get amongst some handball action (without the fear that someone is going to hustle you for your lunch money).
Ready to sip, sample and party? You can grab tickets to the Beer InCider Experience here, but they’re running out – so don’t sleep on it. Psst … there are still a few sneaky VIP tickets up for grabs if you’re into side of stage access, private loos, personal riders and all that jazz.