TO BEER OR NOT TO BEER – THAT IS THE QUESTION

Cape Town Festival of Beer coming back this summer!

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Calling all beer lovers! South Africa’s largest and most popular beer festival, the Cape Town Festival of Beer is back to rock the Mother City at Hamilton’s Rugby club from 27 to 29 November 2015.

With over 200 beers from 60 local and international brewers, this festival is a must-attend event for everyone. Whether you’re a beer enthusiast, connoisseur or just keen on sharing a few cold ones with your mates this festival is for you!

“This year we are coming back bigger and better! We’re even extending our offering to a range of cider manufacturers due to popular demand,” says Martin Tucker owner of the Cape Town Festival of Beer.

Look forward to delicious food stands, live entertainment, home brewing demonstrations and beer tours to name a few of the exciting activities surrounding the event. Kiddies play areas will also be available providing fun for the whole family.

Crowd favourites, CBC, Devil’s Peak, Brew Dog and Darling Brew are just a few brewers that will be showcasing at the event. Don’t miss out on the beer and food pairing that will also be available at some of the stalls.

Head over to webtickets.co.za, where you will get a free beer mug along with your ticket for only R150. Tickets will be available at the door for the same price (beer mug not included) and of course you’ll be able to sample all the beers on show for free!

Visit www.capetownfestivalofbeer.co.za for more info and follow the action on www.facebook.com/CTFOB or @FestOfBeer, #CTFOB

EVENT DETAILS

Date: 27th, 28th and 29th of November 2015

Venue: Hamilton’s Rugby Club, Greenpoint

Costs: Tickets are R150 for adults and R50 for children (under 13 years) and are available from www.webtickets.co.za

For media requests and/or images please contact emma@klprsa.com or call 021 671 4127

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