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The bi-annual Victorian Microbreweries Showcase is to get a little fruitier next month with Fed Square turning the BMW Edge into a Cider Garden for the two evenings. The beer free zone will be handed over to some of Victoria’s best cider and perry producers, leaving the Atrium to the state’s microbrewers and brewing companies. It will mean the ever popular event, which has sold out both evenings for the past few showcases, will be able to offer that little bit more.

Roland Fraval, from Fed Square, says: “The space will be themed to mimic an apple orchard, complete with live music, apple trees and picnic rugs for punters to sprawl on.”

The showcase runs on the evenings of March 14 and 15. There will be stalls in the Atrium for 26 brewers and a further seven beer-related, non-brewing exhibitors. It’s an event at which punters get to sample a huge range of the beers being produced across Victoria, and one at which some brewers debut new beers. Tickets cost $25pp, which includes 20 tasting tokens to be redeemed at brewers’ and cider producers’ stalls.

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