This November, Adelaide’s East End will be transformed into a pop-up tasting laneway for Beer and Bubbles 2017. This unique event will supply Adelaidians with all the best local and international craft beer, cider, champagne and sparkling wines (not to mention moonshine and gin tastings!)
Beer and Bubbles will showcase over 30 boutique breweries and passionate craft beer makers – you’ll also have the opportunity to meet the faces behind the breweries, including Young Henry’s Mismatch and Hawkers. This event will give you the opportunity taste renowned local and international sparkling wines; the locals on show include 42 Degrees South, Deviation Road and Zaptung Prosecco from Alpha Box & Dice, while the international Champagne houses include Pol Roger and Billiecart – Salmon and Louis Roederer.
This is the ultimate event for your tastebuds, with local East End restauranteurs putting some of their best dishes on show; there will be pulled pork tacos from Mothervine, chicken satays and pad thai from Lemongrass and deep fried chilli chicken wings from Nola.
Event director of Beer and Bubbles Michael Andrewartha says, “we have some impressive local talent when it comes to craft beer, winning world class bragging rights. And our home grown sparkling wines are simply magic….I’m so passionate about this event, because it really is a celebration”.
The $39 ticket will provide you with entry to the event and a tasting glass. Beer and Bubbles kicks off at midday, Saturday November 18. Tickets are limited so get yours here today.
Header image via East End Cellars Facebook page.
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