GOLD COAST BEER FESTIVAL
SATURDAY 2ND JUNE 2018 | 12PM-10PM
The Gold Coast Beer Festival is set to take over NightQuarter in Helensvale for one day only, transforming into a beer lovers paradise!
DISCOVER AND TASTE OVER 100 DIFFERENT BEERS
Starting at midday, the inaugural Gold Coast Beer Festival will feature local and interstate beers, barbecue, food trucks, street food, carnival rides and live music!
The event is hosted by NightQuarter, presented by Furphy and proudly sponsored by Channel Nine, The Star and 102.9 Hot Tomato as part of the 2018 Gold Coast Food and Wine Festival.
Sample the likes of Furphy, Byron Bay Brewery, Stone & Wood, Eumundi Brewery, Panhead Custom Ales, Black Hops Brewing, Lost Palms Brewing Co. and Wakachangi with more to be announced!
It will take place beneath the dome of NightQuarter’s The Paddock event space. Guests can explore the tastes of local and international beers as the expo-style event showcases breweries both familiar and emerging. Guests will receive a guide and tasting notes on arrival with information about all the festival beers and ciders available.
Buying drink tickets, guests will create their own personalised ‘tasting paddle’, with 3 200mL taster for $10! Sampling is the name of the game!
NightQuarter’s shipping container based bars will be open and serving up the full range of products. Guests can pick up a souvenir NightQuarter schooner filled with their choice of beer and cider. Prices start from $6 and refills are available.
The Long Johns and Round Mountain Girls will provide the soundtrack for the afternoon.
There will be beer workshops, demonstrations, tastings and competitions throughout the day, so mark June 2nd on your calendar as this is one not to miss!
BYRON BAY BREWERY
STONE & WOOD
PANHEAD CUSTOM ALES
BLACK HOPS BREWING
LOST PALMS BREWING CO
BRICK LANE BREWING CO.
MATSO’S BROOME BREWERY
Being the most remote brewery in Australia is certainly a challenge at times but the Matso’s team love their spiritual home in Broome. Matso’s Broome brewery as we know it began in 2000 when Martin and Kim Peirson-Jones took over a truly micro 200l brewery that was also a café and art gallery.
Now the brewery is famous for its Ginger Beer and Mango Beer along with the ice-hot Chilli Beer and a range of seven products now available in bottleshops around Australia!