Beer Week, Beer Festivals, food and wine festivals

Beer Week, Beer Festivals, food and wine festivals

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It’s that time of the year when humans and humpback whales alike flee the colder Aussie climes and head en masse to Queensland for sunshine and, in the case of the whales at least, a spot of breeding. This year, the humping humpbacks and sun-seeking southerners will be joined by a new breed, as Queensland’s first ever Beer Week entices beer lovers to a place not previously known for its craft beer culture. There, they’ll find almost 60 events taking place from July 16 to 22 at breweries and venues the length of the state – a sure sign that the recent growth in craft beer venues around the capital is no fluke.

The festival is being run by the team behind the Beer Lover’s Guide To Australia and Critic’s Choice books. It was while setting up events to celebrate the launch of the latter that publisher Mark Midro decided to “put up my hand” and get Queensland Beer Week off the ground.

“Overall, I have been blown away with the support from the industry,” he says. “The effort and enthusiasm of those involved is reflected in the quality of their events. Have a look at the flyers the venues have designed for their events – I reckon they are now leading the way. We recently had a capacity QBW official launch event, further highlighting the support and interest. Media, punters and venue operators turned up on a Monday night to enjoy the flowing beers and ciders!”

Among the events on the program is an attempt to break the world record for brewing by Brewers Choice, a chain of home brew shops around Brisbane and one of the major sponsors of the festival.

Company director David Kitchen says: “We set out to do something big, fun and a bit different that will bring together the Brisbane brewing and beer loving community. It all started last year after our successful Queensland Homebrewing Conference and we were looking for a new challenge, then Queensland Beer Week came up and we saw it as a perfect opportunity for community engagement.

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