Posted by The Events Editorial Team
11. May, 2012
|May 18, 2012|
It’s the last few days of Good Beer Week, but there’s plenty of hops left in the tank. This Friday beer lovers can take their tastebuds on a round-the-world-trip at the Australian International Beer Awards.
Now in its 20th year, AIBA is the best way to get your mits on some 500 premium beers from around the world. Sort of like the Olympics of beer, but with less drugs.
So whether it’s pilseners, porters or pale ales that float your boat, you’ll find it and more in Fed Square this Friday.
WHEN: Friday 18 May, 4pm – 8pm
WHERE: The Atrium, Federation Square
Tickets are $40 pre-paid / $45 on door if still available.
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