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Cape Town Beerfest nears

20 Sep 2012 11:22
The Cape Town Festival of Beer will be held on 23 to 25 November, 2012, at Hamilton's Rugby Club, Cape Town. A celebration of brewing heritage and craft from around the world, it will feature almost 150 brands, from more than 50 breweries.
Cape Town Beerfest nearsThe weekend promises great entertainment for the whole family: a variety of beer and food, music and rugby.

Expect over 50 breweries, both international and local, and a limited edition of beers brewed just for the festival. Also, learn more about the appreciation of artisanal beer and perfect food choices to pair with each brew.

Guided beer tours

This year the Cape Town Festival of Beer will be bringing you guided beer tours with experts to ensure you get the most out of your experience. A guide can take you around while you meet the brewers and sample a variety of beers, watch home-brewing demonstrations and participate in blind tastings. And if that's not enough there will also be beer judging, beer merchandise for sale, workshops, and the Beerlympics.

Tickets are R100 and are available from Webtickets.co.za. Early-bird tickets are available. Kings Tables with own draught machine available.

For more info, go to http://capetownfestivalofbeer.co.za or follow on Facebook www.facebook.com/CTFOB or Twitter @CTFestofBeer.
    
 
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