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Wanaka Beer Festival is back and bigger for 2017

Wanaka Beer Festival is back and bigger for 2017

Wanaka, New Zealand (Date, 2017) After the sold-out success of the inaugural Wanaka Beer Festival in 2016, this year’s event is back and bigger than before, at the Wanaka Showgrounds, Saturday December 9.

The festival this year will more than double in size, with 500 tickets available and the opportunity to taste 5 local breweries; B.Effect, Ground Up, Maverick, Rhyme & Reason and Wanaka Beer Works, as well as 2 guest breweries New New New, from Dunedin and Altitude based in Queenstown.

There will be also be live entertainment and delicious food stalls by local vendors - all presented in an open-air festival style.

The Wanaka Beer Festival is a chance to sample new flavours, with brewers showcasing unusual and singular styles, that are normally not for sale.

Suitable for anyone over the age of 18, early bird tickets are $25 or $30 on the day, ticket price includes an exclusive pint glass and beer tasting notes.

For more information check out the Facebook or instagram pages or purchase tickets from
https://www.eventbrite.co.nz/e/wanaka-beer-fest-2017-tickets-39817395903?aff=ehomecard

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