The 2015 Cape Town Beer Festival is set out to be a better than ever and bring you more beer to taste than ever before.
The biggest festival of beer in the Southern Hemisphere will take place this year from the 27 - 29 November 2015 from noon till late on the fields at Hamilton’s Rugby Club in Greenpoint.
As the festival organisers say: 'It’s the start of the party season and it’s the beginning of a journey into the world of beer. You may not consider yourself a beer drinker, but this festival will give you a fuller experience of the brew and the breweries, that is guaranteed to change your view of beer.'
Celebrating a rich beer heritage, the Cape Town Festival of Beer presents over 200 types of beer from more than 600 breweries and distributors, ranging in origin from home to micro and mega-brewers.
Both local and international breweries will be presented. Food will be for sale, live music and DJ’s perform throughout. At this Cape Town festival you will get a chance to taste beers such as Soweto Gold, Belgian Beer Co., Darling Brew; the festival of beer is also a great place to spend a weekend with friends and family.
Traditionally dressed ‘fräuleins’, 'beer glas-juggling' women in dirndl, guided beer tours with experts, food stalls, live music and rugby matches are all in store at this exciting addition to Cape Town’s event calendar in November.
Where? Hamilton's Rugby Club in Greenpoint, behind the Cape Town Stadium.
How much? Entrance fee: R150 (children up to 12 years of age: R50) from webtickets.co.za. Private tables are available for booking. 20% discount-special currently on groupon:-)
Parking? Whilst parked cars will be patrolled by security guards, revellers are being encouraged to enjoy their festival experience responsibly by sharing rides with designated drivers or taking a taxi.
For more information please visit www.capetownfestivalofbeer.co.za.
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