If we’re being perfectly honest, we don’t remember a whole lot about Beer InCider Experience last year… Between sampling upwards of a dozen beers, getting lost on the dance floor and eating ourselves into a food coma, we may have been a little dusty the next morning.
What we do remember however is that it was epic. Seriously epic. And now, just as we were itching for another festival & a chance to let our hair down, the good team at Beer InCider Experience have announced something HUGE: an extra festival happening on Saturday, 9 March!
Historically held in September, the popular festival fixture will host its 2019 event unseasonably early (in addition to its usual two-day event in September), yet with the same promise to deliver amazing craft beer and cider, a solid music line-up, great food and good times.
Now in its sixth year, founder Martin Keetels says the unique festival has continued to grow in popularity as it provides beer fans with the unique opportunity to enjoy all of their favourite things in the one location – beer, cider, music, ping-pong, food.
“The Beer InCider Experience invites Australia’s best brewers to share the fruits of their labour at the festival, giving beer lovers the opportunity to taste an array of our nation’s best brews in one place,” said Mr Keetels. “Combine this with an epic line-up of well-known local bands, a ping pong area, roaming entertainment and the chance to pick up some insider knowledge at the Brewer’s Stage and you have a true beer aficionado’s dream day out.”
As always, the festival will be accompanied by an epic music line-up which will be announced on Monday 7 January 2019 (pssst… you can score a first-look here!). If you call Melbourne home, you’ll be just as keen to hear that a Victorian iteration of the festival will also take place for the first time on Saturday, March 2.
Bring on 2019!
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