Whether you're a beer guy, a bubbles girl (or a bubbles guy/beer girl for that matter), get yourself to Vardon Avenue this Saturday for the inaugural Beer and Bubbles laneway event. Between 1 and 6pm, one of our favourite Ade-laneways will be decked out into a street-size bar set up, with stalls of SA's best craft beer and sparkling wine. Setting up shop at the event will be wine makers like Deviation Road, Pol Roger, Billicarte, Tuesner, Paul Louis, Janz, as well as some proseccos for the sweet lovers.
Beers and ciders on offer include Young Henry's, Mismatch Beers, Hawkers, Pirate Life Brewing, Prancing Pony, Stone & Wood, 4 Pines, Lobo Cider and more.
Hosted by the popular East End Cellars, event director Michael Andrewartha says the event will be have 'some of the best brewers in the world based in SA'. 'We want to showcase this world of talent at a special tasting event', he said. Beats will be provided by Young Muscle DJs, and you won't be going hungry, with a selection of street food style stalls from the East End's best restaurants.
Tickets for the whole day are $35, head to Eventbrite to book.
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