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Good Beer, Good Food and Great Music

Good Beer, Good Food and Great Music

The temperature is rising and the days are getting longer, which means the start of the summer festivals. The Thames Steampunk Festival is kicking it off this weekend, which is a celebration of our Victorian, industrial, scientific and technological heritage. But if you're more into craft beer and cruisy sounds grab a ticket to the Rising Can Festival on Saturday 19 November.

This is the third year the Hot Water Brewing Co has held the Rising Can Festival, with plenty of canned craft beer beverages and the tastiest food available on the Coromandel.

"Our beers are being enjoyed all-round the country and our guests and the local community are also able to enjoy the award-winning beers and delicious food, all in one beautiful spot," says Don Walker, owner of the Hot Water Brewing Co.

Rising Can will play host to a list of NZ's best beer cans including Behemoth Brewing, Brewmoon, Northend, Garage Project, Three Boys, Harringtons, Good George, Sawmill and of course Hot Water Brewing Co at the Sea Breeze Holiday Park.

There is accommodation on site so you can stay the whole weekend and venture to some of our iconic spots including Hot Water Beach and Cathedral Cove.

Food trucks will be cooking up a storm providing tasty treats including wood fired pizzas from Kuaotunu based Luke's Kitchen and gourmet hamburgers from Serial Grillers. A line up of bands will be entertaining the crowds including the very talented Five O'clock Shadows.

Tickets are still available through Eventfinda.

Rising Can Festival

What: A celebration of canned beer, good food and great music.
When: Staurday 19 November 2016, 2:00pm - 7:00pm
Where: Sea Breeze Holiday Park, 1043 Tairua-Whitianga Road, Hot Water Beach
Ticket Information: General Admission $25 Children $10, under 7 free

Win Tickets

We have some tickets to give away, all you have to do is like the event on our Facebook Page, name two of Hot Water Breweries beers and you are in to win!


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