Weird and wacky flavours welcomed

27/08/2018 Posted by admin

Three familiar names are taking their unique brews to this year’sGABSBeer, Cider and FoodFestival.

Foghorn Brewhouse, Hope Brewhouse and Forster-basedThe Coastal Brewing Company have all created weird and wonderful brews – never-before-seen, one-of-a-kind festival brews. The festival is all about unique and groundbreaking flavours to stand out from the crowd.

Foghorn Brewhouse has created Gin Street: “The working class French Saison, designed for farmhouse refreshment, has been combined here with the botanicals of new world Aussie gin. It’s zesty, refreshing, and has a dry finish.”

Hope Brewhouse? Super Wet: “Hope’s take on New England IPA and for GABS they’ve made it wetby adding wet (unprocessed hops available only in season) hops. Plus a bit of rye for spice and body.”

The Coastal Brewing Company is showcasing it’s Double Treachery: “Coastal Brewing Co’s Treachery XPA became a cult favourite among their fans when it was released in 2017. So for GABS, they figured they’d give you double what you love: Double hops, double malt, double ABV.”

GABSis the biggest craft beerfestivalin Australasia that welcomesone-off ciders that can’t be found anywhere else in the world, as well as flavour combinations that have never been seen or tasted before. Thirteen unique ciders will make their debut at the festival this year.One combines Batlow cider with Ribena; another takes its lead from a mojito. One uses second-grade fruit; another is inspired by jam on toast; while others use honey and apricot crumble.

The festival is being held at Melbourne’s Royal Exhibition Building in Carlton, May 18 to 20; and atSydney Showground, Olympic Park, on June 2. For more information, and to buy tickets, go togabsfestival出售老域名.

FUN: GABS Beer, Cider and Food Festival is back, bigger and better than ever.

Created in 2011 by Steve Jeffares and Guy Greenstone, the event was originally known as the Great Australian Beer SpecTAPular and was designed as a celebration of craft beer diversity and creativity.It showcases the best Australian and New Zealand craft breweries and cider producers and features up to 180 products made just for the event as well as interactive exhibitor stalls, food, entertainment and activities.

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