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It seems there might be something in this craft beer thing, at least if the number of new festivals popping up all over the country are any guide. Where once the likes of the Australian Hotel’s annual bash in The Rocks, Bitter & Twisted, the Tasmanian Beerfest and various major brewery-backed affairs of dubious quality had the calendar to themselves, these days it seems you can’t move without funding another collection of brewers hawking their wares to hordes of eager punters. From Ballarat to the Margaret River, one and two-day events are cropping up, while the rise of beer weeks paints a rather rosy picture for the growth of craft beer across the country.
Latest cab off the rank is the Trainworks Winter Beer Festival in Thirlmere, New South Wales. There, they’re bringing together craft brewers from across Australia on August 25 with the intention of attracting 2,500 beer lovers. And, in a statement that parallels the Alabama 3’s claim to be the world’s finest purveyors of “country and western acid house techno”, organisers have pointed out that it’s “the only festival of its kind to unite the engineering and craftsmanship of mighty engines and mighty fine beer.”
Confirmed brewers and brewing companies for the bash 90km outside Sydney are Holgate, Illawarra Brewing Company, James Squire, Little Creatures, Matilda Bay, McLaren Vale, Mountain Goat, Murrayâs, Redoak, Stone & Wood, 4 Pines, Little Brewing, The Rocks Brewing Company and Two Birds Brewing. There will also be plenty of “hearty” food on offer too.
âTodayâs beer drinkers, and particularly those who favour craft brews, are interested in partnering their beer with appropriate and interesting food matches. At the Trainworks Winter Beer Festival weâve appointed an eclectic range of eateries offering something to satisfy every appetite,â says Kirrily Waldhorn, aka the Beer Diva and ambassador for the Trainworks Winter Beer Festival.
For designated drivers and families with kids, there will be live entertainment and a kidâs area featuring jumping castles and other activities.
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