After a chilly Canberra winter, local beer lovers will be able to join in some fun at the Bentspoke Cannery in Mitchell this Saturday 8 September from 11 am. The Cannery in Mitchell will come alive once again for BentSpoke’s annual Start of Spring (SOS) Carnival.
In true BentSpoke style, this FREE event will be bursting with entertainment for everyone with some surprises to boot!
Entertainment will include Live Music:
- 12 pm – 2 pm: Jay Boats – Music
- 2:30 pm – 4:30 pm: Ria Ritchie
- 5 pm – 7 pm: Aron Lyon
- 7:30 pm – 9:30 pm: GUYY & the Fox
As well as live music, there will also be:
- Fire drums
- Food Trucks: Mr Papa – Canberra & SomeBakers
- Brewery tours: 11 am -2 pm (places limited)
- Kids entertainment: jumping castle, face painters & afternoon marshmallows
- AFL & NRL footy finals on the big screens
- Roller Racing, giant Jenga, table tennis, and more to be announced!
And of course, a wide range of beverages will be flowing from two bars to keep guests hydrated.
Chief Minister Andrew Barr enjoying a BentSpoke Barley Griffin in Canberra. BentSpoke Brewing Co have officially opened their new Cannery in Mitchell tonight!
Posted by The RiotACT on Wednesday, 2 November 2016
Bring your friends and family to welcome the birth of spring and the start of the warmer months with BentSpoke!
Two years ago, The RiotACT reported that Canberra’s famous Bentspoke Beer was now available in cans across our fair city and in other parts of Australia thanks to their new shiny cannery in Mitchell. Your intrepid correspondent (and the Chief Minister, shown above) enjoyed that open day immensely and a few others at the Cannery and the pub in Braddon since then! If you haven’t had a look inside a beer cannery, it is an engineering and culinary marvel and you will get a chance to do the same this Saturday.
What: A free community celebration of Canberra’s premium beers
When: 11 am – 10 pm this Saturday 8 September
Where: The Bentspoke Cannery in Mitchell, on the corner at 79 Lysaght Street.
Elias Hallaj (aka CBRfoodie) is a part-time food blogger, home brewer, beer drinker and full-time political staffer who occasionally contributes to RiotACT. All opinions are his own. If you have any tips or feedback you can find him on Twitter @CBRfoodie.