If you walk into most pubs around Australia these days, it’s no longer simply a question of XXXX or VB – how about a thrice filtered pale ale, brewed in the husk of the oldest Sequoia tree in San Francisco? Craft beer, cider, spirits, good food, live entertainment and sunshine.
The King of Craft Beer Fest is a celebration of all things tasty and alcoholic. Held on the deck at Mets on Kings, overlooking the best views of Kings Beach, this is the perfect excuse to gather your mates for the ultimate afternoon out. The event team has carefully selected some great breweries to showcase their crafty creations giving you the chance to explore new brews, taste the different styles, have a chat and meet the people behind the beer. This year they’ve also added a dedicated Australian Craft Spirit section, giving you the opportunity to discover a range of proudly Australian made spirits. There will be live entertainment, good food, giveaways, and enough ale to satisfy all taste buds. Last year’s event SOLD OUT, so make sure to grab your tickets quickly.
From 12pm on Saturday the 18th of April the doors open for four hours of beery goodness and so much more at the spectacular Mets on Kings Caloundra Surf Club – unbeatable views of the beautiful King’s Beach and its sandy shores and crystal clear waters. There’s still plenty of time to secure your ticket for this unmissable event for beer enthusiasts, with the first wave of brewers only just starting to be announced. The first wave includes Stone&Wood, Your Mates Brewing Co, Moon Dog Craft Brewery, Gage Roads Brewing Co and Eumundi Brewery, with plenty more to be announced as the event closes in.
Tickets for the event start at $15 to get you in the door, or splurge and pay $59 on the higher end for three drink tickets, a free meal, entry to all giveaways and promotions, as well as a spirit tasting ticket, and a commemorative Mets King of Craft Beer fest 2020 t-shirt – all ticket prices include a donation to the King’s Beach surf life-saving services.
For your ticket, or more information on the venue and the event itself, visit the Mets on King’s official website here.