The third annual Jozi Craft Beer Festival will be held at Marks Park in Johannesburg on Saturday the 4th of May from 10 AM to 7 PM. It’s definitely one of the premier events on the Johannesburg social calendar.
The Jozi Craft Beer Festival will be offering over 70 different locally brewed beers, cider & spirits. Festival goers will be able to beverages from Darling Brew, Copperlake Breweries, Devils Peak Brewing Company, 3 Skulls Brew Works, De Garve Brewery, The Cockpit Brewhouse, De Garve Brewery, Jack Black Brewery, Robsons Brewery, Clarens Brewery, Citizen Brewery, Boston Brewery, Draymans Brewery, Mitchells Brewery, Eversons Cider, Mogallywood Brewery and Jorgensens Craft Distillery.
So, why should you go? Well, the Jozi Craft Beer Festival will have the finest South African micro breweries under one marquee and will offer the best hand crafted beer South Africa has to offer.
There will also be live music for those who like to dance or party and gourmet eateries offering superb food for the hungry. Parents should also note that there will be safe kids entertainment with qualified child minders at the festival.
Gourmet food lovers take note that you’ll be able to sink your teeth into some tasty gourmet meat / vegetarian burgers from The Counter, yummy hotdogs and boerie rolls from Great Dane (not the dog), mouth watering ribs from What Up Ribs?, the best paellas outside of Spain from the Paella Kings and flatbreads / pizzas from Down To Earth. Just thinking of this food makes my mouth water already.
For those of you who don’t want to get lost in Johannesburg: Marks Park is situated in Judith Road in Emmerentia. Tickets to the Jozi Craft Beer Festival are available on Web Tickets for R100 and will also be available at the gate for R120. Pre sold tickets include a branded beer mug. Kids under 3 years old can enter for free and 3-18 year olds can enter for R50.
We will be giving away tickets to this event in an upcoming competition on the Junk Mail Blog, so watch this space for an update in the Competitions category.
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