|Event date||24 Nov 2018|
|Event start time||11:45am|
Come and celebrate our tenth year in the beer industry at their inaugural Backyard Invitational Festival on November 24th!
We’re bringing together breweries, and those who have become good friends and family over the years, to explore and learn more about good beer, food and drinks while raising funds through our inGrained Foundation.
We will be running a series of master classes and forums throughout the day, diving deep and creating discussion around food and drink themes that will be hosted by Ale of a Time’s Luke Robertson.
– The World of Wilds and Sours
– Native Australia Flavours
– Cheese and Beer featuring Matt Kirkegaard and Paul Wilson from Nimbin Valley Cheese
– Lager Revolution
Oh, and of course, it wouldn’t be a Stone & Wood event without great live music and entertainment to get you grooving!
So, what’s different from any other beer festival? This event is about discovery and tasting a diverse range of delicious things. The $60 ticket includes a tasting glass, all your beers (free tastings size 150ml) from all the breweries and access to the forums and master classes, with profits going to inGrained Foundation.
Being our closest capital city and home of our new brewery opening in 2019, we call Brisbane our backyard, and couldn’t think of a better place to host this exciting event.
We hope to see you there. Cheers!
Venue: Stone & Wood Brisbane, 99 Bridge St, Fortitude Valley QLD
Date: Saturday 24th November, 2018
- Session 1: 12:00 – 16:00
- Session 2: 18:00 – 22:00
Ticket Price: $60+BF
*Ticket price includes: entry, beer glass, free samples and access to all masterclasses within the session.
Breweries: Bentspoke Brewing Co. Bridge Road Brewers, Fixation Brewing Co. Granite Belt Cider Co. Green Beacon Modus Operandi, Moo Brew, New Belgium Brewing, Newstead Brewing, Pikes Range Brewing, Stone & Wood Brewing, The Grifter Brewing Co. Two Birds Brewing, Van Dieman Brewing, The Bucha of Byron.
Distilleries: Cape Byron Distillery, Husk Distillers.
Providores: Nimbin Valley Dairy, Salumi Australia.