The heart of Albury is set to become a craft beer capital for a day.
No less than 25 breweries will set up pop-up bars in QEII Square on December 1.
Now into its second year, the Great Australian Beer Festival Albury has quickly established itself as a leading celebration of beer and cider throughout the region.
Free masterclasses will run throughout the day.
There’s a heap of skill, passion and creativity that goes into each brew and we will be celebrating with the many brewers attending who are happy to meet and mingleMichael Ward
Visitors can chat about mouth feel with friends or possibly even with the very person who brewed it.
There will also be live brewing, with Cheeky Peak’s impressive pilot brewery running demos throughout the day.
Great Australian Beer Festival director Michael Ward said great effort had gone into attracting the best brewers from across the region together with many from interstate.
These include Bellarine Brewing, which will be serving up a variety of beer cocktails and their famous coffee martinis.
“For us, Great Australian Beer Festival is about exploring the many style of beers and ciders leading to discovery and ultimately new experiences," Mr Ward said.
“There’s a heap of skill, passion and creativity that goes into each brew and we will be celebrating with the many brewers attending who are happy to meet and mingle.”
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The festival is the ideal location for Christmas parties, work break-ups, school reunions or just a group of friends looking to have their own private space.
Pagodas packages are available for groups of 15 or more with catering options available.
This year’s headline act is the Pierce Brothers - their irresistible energy and world-class live show has been selling out venues across the U.K., Europe, Canada, the U.S. and now Australia.
Other acts include Wagga boys The Ocean Party, the Ukulele Death Squad, Shag Rock and Jess Fairlie.
There will also be a piano bar with quirky cabaret and singalongs.
General admission tickets cost $39.50 and are on sale now; for tickets, brewery information and more about entertainment on the day, visit www.gabfalbury.com.au for more information.