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The beer scene in Brisbane is unrecognizable from just a couple of years ago. First, a wave of new craft beer-supporting venues opened up to give locals an alternative. Then, more recently they have been followed by a spate of brand new breweries. Namely, Green Beacon, All Inn, Newstead, Fortitude/Noisy Minor, for example.
The city’s rising tide of craft beer awesomeness is set to peak next month with the arrival of the first Brewsvegas festival. A week-long cavalcade of events taking place at breweries and venues all across the city. It has been put together over the past few months by a committee. Drawn from a number of the city’s bars and breweries with the aim “to promote innovation, creativity and collaboration. Helping nurture and grow a local beer scene already replete with passionate contributors.”
Why create the Festival?
They felt that Brisbane deserved a celebration of craft beer all to itself. They guess there are two reasons for that. First, the scene up here has really come of age in recent years. Second, as a result of that they are able to band together and create something. Brewsvegas as a grass roots movement. Exciting times we live in! Behind the festival was the committee members hail from Archive, Bitter Suite, Green Beacon, Scratch Bar and Tipplers Tap.
There will be 80 events taking place across 35 venues for a festival in its first year. Surprisingly, a tally that exceeded all expectations. The program is now available online. You can browse events and buy tickets for those events that require them too. Hence, expect more events to be added between now and the festival kicking off.
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