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By Canfan - 4 November 2015 13

Beer Day Out Beer Pack with 2 entry passes

Canberra’s premium beer event – Beer Day Out – will take place again soon on Friday 6 and Saturday 7 November in Kingston at the Former Transport Depot. This year’s event will showcase 30 local, interstate and international breweries, pouring more than 150 different beers and ciders, amidst master classes, roving entertainment and international culinary options to suit every palate.

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Craft beer enthusiasts will recognize renowned Australian breweries like Bridge Road Brewers, Stone & Wood, Murray’s, and Mountain Goat. There will be several rising stars on show, including La Sirène, Pirate Life and Little Brewing Company. International heavy weights Sierra Nevada, Pan Head, Rodenbach Brewery and Fullers will feature along with our local superstars Bentspoke, Zierholz and Pact.

Over this two-day event there will be a huge array of Australian artists to entertain you. No matter what your taste is, there is going to be something for everyone. Friday night live entertainment will be a blast with many of the acts posted on the Beer Day Out web site and the headline act to be announced via social media.

We are delighted to have Kirrily Waldhorn aka The Beer Diva designing and running all the master classes at 2015 Beer Day Out. Kirrily has spent 15 years working in the beer industry. She has written for the Herald Sun, is the Editor of BeerStyle, and former Editor of Beer & Brewer magazine and is also a beer judge and in demand speaker at all the major beer awards and in demand speaker in Australia and overseas.

Beer Day Out is just one of 25 craft beer related events to be held in the nation’s capital during Canberra Beer Week.

For a full list of breweries and to purchase tickets to Beer Day Out 2015 go online and visit www.beerdayout.com.au

For further information on Canberra Beer Week visit www.canberrabeerweek.com

The-RiotACT has 5 x $100 value hampers that includes two entry passes for the Friday evening session of Beer Day Out & $50 worth of beers from breweries attending Beer Day Out. To win, name your favourite local brewery by posting on this article or emailing editor@riotactholdings.com.au to go into the draw.

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13 Responses to
Win Beer Day Out tickets + hamper
batmantrilogy 9:01 pm 05 Nov 15

hail ginger beer , Bentspoke :p

cooljj 3:10 pm 05 Nov 15

Yes, it has to be Bentspoke without a doubt

Grrrr 2:36 pm 05 Nov 15

Another for Bentspoke.

Curse all this chatter! Now I’m going to have to pop down there this evening for a Ginger Beer. And maybe a Cider, tho the Wheat Beer is temping.

Nilrem 1:28 pm 05 Nov 15

Bentspoke. Ginger beer. Mmmmmmm.

grunge_hippy 7:47 pm 04 Nov 15

I would crawl over broken glass for bentspoke’s ginger beer. Hubby makes pretty damn fine one, but there is something special about theirs.

I also enjoy anything from Zierholtz. They do good stuff.

knuckles 5:00 pm 04 Nov 15

Mess said :

I also love how they started off as home brewers and have now tackled the craft beer market.

The same can be said for Bentspoke and Zierholz.

Kim F 4:39 pm 04 Nov 15

Wig and Pen please!

blandone 2:33 pm 04 Nov 15

Zierholz – not many things better in this world than beer and pork knuckles.

Ezy 1:52 pm 04 Nov 15

Mess said :

I also love how they started off as home brewers and have now tackled the craft beer market.

I am not sure their bottling is done in Canberra – as far as I am aware there is no bottling plant here.

Mess 1:01 pm 04 Nov 15

My favourite brewery is PACT. I love how everything about it is local, including the names of the beers. I also love how they started off as home brewers and have now tackled the craft beer market.

Rollersk8r 11:26 am 04 Nov 15

Obvious choice but I’ll go with Bentspoke. I’m torn between the Crankshaft and Sprocket India Pale Ales. Can’t wait until they start production in Mitchell.

towerofsoup 11:21 am 04 Nov 15

Has to be Bentspoke! Love the Reflector amber ale.

Ezy 10:26 am 04 Nov 15

My favourite local brewery, right now – would have to be PACT. I have fallen hard for their Tenant Pale Ale, an American style Ale that is always refreshing after a long ride or working in the yard. PACT have managed to make a big impact in a short amount of time by making their way into many restaurants and bars across the capital which is a massive win over the Lion Nathan monster that dictates what we drink in the major pubs.

I look forward to seeing what else comes from these gypsy brewers.

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