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All The Events Happening At The 2018 Sydney Beer Week

I got you at ‘beer’ right? You just can’t say no to the hoppy goodness.

Whether you’re a craft connoisseur, or a true VB drinker, there’s something to put in your diary for this year’s Beer Week which runs from 26th October to the 4th November. It’s time to celebrate local brews, as well as those from afar. I mean, as long as we’ve got a cold one in hand, things are going to go pretty well.

Opening Gala, Darling Harbour
Friday, October 26

Kick off the week with a bang. Sample local beers as well as those from Australia wide and overseas. There will be food trucks, live bands and so much more for a damn good time. If you’re looking for an all round event to explore everything on offer, this one is a must.

Grab tickets here.

Yoga & Bottomless Beer Brunch, Chippendale
Saturday, October 27

Four Points, one of the events major sponsors, is hosting a morning of beer and fitness to kick off the opening weekend. Starting out with a 1 hour yoga class on Chippendale Green, you’ll release all of that negative energy just before you pile on the brews. Head to the hotel terrace afterwards to try Malt Bar’s best local brews. Not to mention the bottomless brunch and live DJ.

Grab tickets here.

Goat Games, Newtown
Saturday, October 27

Along with the Inner West Festival, Newtown is providing the goods with the Goat Games, brought to you by legends themselves, Mountain Goat. Ten teams of three will go head to head to win a Goat tinnie party this summer. Well worth registering if you ask me. P.s. Goat and beer knowledge as well as skill is gonna be useful if you’re looking for a win.

Grab tickets and register your team here.

Beer Olympics, The Rocks
Saturday, October 27

Still thirsty after the morning of yoga and beer brunch? Head to Harts Pub to get competitive. 6 different Beer Olympics events will be played to find the ultimate champion. Brewers 2 Birds, Gage Roads and Rocks Brewing, amongst others will be there cheering competitors on each with a limited release beer on offer. Drinks vouchers are included in the tickets price, so this one’s a no brainer.

Grab tickets here.

Inner West Food Truck Festival, St Peters
Saturday, October 27

The Inner West undoubtedly is the hub of craft brewing in Sydney. Get down to Precinct 75 on Saturday for a fest featuring Young Henrys, Willie the Boatman, Wayward Brewing, Grifter, Batch Brewing and so many more. There’ll be some local food trucks too. Beer, food and free entry. There’s no topping that one, folks.

Register here for free entry.

Spring Craft Beer Fair, CBD
Saturday, October 27

Saturday is proving to be a busy, busy day. Lets hope you can hop (pun intended) to all of these events. Showcasing dozens of Sydney’s boutique up and coming brewers, the Spring Craft Beer Fair is one to get to. Set in the sun drenched beer garden of Customs House Bar, there’s going to be pop-up bars, stalls and a food station. Tickets include a tasting token too so get down to discover some of the future greats.

Grab tickets here.

Sunday Session 5, Collaroy
Sunday, October 28

If Saturday wasn’t a big enough day, get down to The Beach Club in Collaroy for a chilled Sunday Sesh. Get some brews down while checking out the surf. Bands and DJ’s will be playing all day, and of course, the beers will be flowing.

Free entry so just register here.

Hair Of The Dog Breakfast, Alexandria
Saturday, November 3

Always a sellout, so get those tickets quick! Rocks Brewing Company are hosting a morning of 6 courses paired with 8 expertly paired brews. A good idea after those Friday night antics? You decide.

Grab tickets here.

These are only a handful of the events going on over the week, so get onto the Sydney Beer Week website to check out the rest. There’ll be deals at plenty of bars around the city going on all week so if you’re not free for the main events, pop to one of them after work.

Hoppy drinking🍺

Image Sources: Sydney Beer Week Facebook

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Isabelle is an avid music lover always in search of a good glass of wine and a weekend trip away. A typical Brit, is never far from a cup of tea.

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