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Melbourne Good Beer WeekMay 13, 2015


Good Beer Week

May 16th – 24th

Good Beer Week is back.

Starting this Friday 16th of May it’s one of the most anticipated and hyped beer festivals in the world.

Multiple venues throughout Victoria play host to beer makers from The UK, Germany, Belgium, The USA and New Zealand (it’s probably sheep flavoured beer). With events spread across the city and throughout greater Victoria, it’s easy to find a venue near you.

Here are our top events for the week.


POO (Pint of Origin)

Pint of Origin has probably the worst acronym, but some of the best Australian brewing stacked up against some heavy hitting internationals. !!In total, six states will be represented across six inner city locations. The hosts this year are; The Terminus (VIC), Brother Burger (QLD), The Palace Hotel representing (S.A), The Rainbow Hotel (N.S.W), The Gertrude Hotel (TAS) and the Royston Hotel (W.A).

For the internationals there’ll be, The Ale House (NZ), The Great Northern (USA) and Foster’s Beer and Music Hall (EUR).

Be sure to check out the link below for any further details, and to enjoy that marvelous acronym again in all its URL glory.

https://goodbeerweek.com.au/events/poo


 

Beer 101 – Ale School Excursion

For one delicious day Little Creatures Geelong will open their doors just for you. You’ll make an Ale, tour the brewery, do lunch and enjoy a tasting before returning to the brewery in Fitzroy.

Whether you’re a budding brewer or simply a Creatures lover, this tour is sure to be an experience to remember…or forget, depending on how much you enjoy the beer.

Price range: $80-95

Places are limited.

https://goodbeerweek.com.au/events/view/262/Ale-School-Excursion


Euro tour at the Euro

Pizza and beer. Amazing. Probably nothing better. Now those two things will be unleashed in their full potential under the watchful eye of Julie Hancock from SEN's Beer o'clock.

Enjoy a two-hour workshop with one of the finest bier aficionados. Take a taste tour through Germany to the Czech Republic, sampling some of the finest fully imported biers, all the while matched with the perfect bier infused pizzas.

From Weissbiers to Schwarzbiers, pizza dough made from bier infused with speciality ingredients, this is no tacky contiki, it’s a full-blown Euro Tour.

Ticket price includes four selections of bier paired with pizza created by the head chef Chris Lockhart.

https://goodbeerweek.com.au/events/view/88/Euro-Tour-at-The-Euro

By Charlie Ranger

For anymore information on Good Beer Week, visit their website here

 

 

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