Step 1: Buy your ticket online (so you can skip the ques).
Step 2: Head into town and collect your ticket.
Step 3: Stroll on up to The Elephant Pub - British Pub, just off Rundle Street, buy a beer and get ready for a good time.
A Brief History of Beer: A New Brew is the fantastic sequel to lasts year's show A Brief History of Beer! This year you’ll find yourself travelling through space and time, learning a bunch about beer, playing drinking (styled) games and escaping the dreaded Darth Bud who has a serious grudge against ‘craft’ beers.
Trish working alongside counterpart Will have produced a show that will keep you laughing, interacting and most importantly, having fun while learning! Yep, who knew that was possible? Apparently the key is to just add beer. The show is largely PG rated but those who will enjoy it the most are those who are most keen for a beer.
To top the show off there’s a chance you might even win a beer, just be ready to volunteer and have your debate skills and taste buds ready to go!
Grab your ticket here!
When: Mon, Wed, Thurs, Fri, Sat and Sun @ 8:30pm
Where: The Elephant - British Pub
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