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Raise the bar and join us at Brewfest

Posted: 7am 05 Aug 2022

There’s no better way to celebrate today’s International Beer Day (IBD) than by locking in a plan to head along to Moreton Bay Region’s very own Brewfest.

More than 20 local, independent and popular brewers will be pouring your favourite beers and ciders at Brewfest Moreton Bay.

But instead of just for one day, as the IBD has done on the first Friday in August since 2007, Brewfest Moreton Bay will be open for three days at Woody Point from August 19-21.

Beer lovers can quench their thirst at this special event, which is part of the Moreton Bay Food + Wine Festival.

Order your favourite ale and cider or try a tipple of new tastes while soaking up winter rays and lazing by the water.

Brewers preparing to serve you include:

Stone & Wood Brewing Co

Your Mates Brewing Co

Newstead Brewing Co

Little Creatures Brewing

Eumundi Brewery

Straddie Brewing Co

Brick Lane Brewing Co

Thirsty Chiefs

Hip Hops Brewers

Diablo Co

Sunshine Coast Cider

Easy Times Brewing Co

Heads of Noosa Brewing Co

Tribe Breweries

Scarborough Harbour Brewing Co

White Claw Seltzer

Brewfest Moreton Bay is at Moreton Bay Food + Wine Festival, which is on from August 19-21 at Apex Park, Woody Point.

The event kicks off the Tastes of Moreton Bay Feastival, a six-week celebration of the region’s producers and foodie culture. There are more than 40 events from August 19 to September 25.

Join in the fun

To find out more about Moreton Bay Food + Wine Festival and to buy tickets, head to the website

Tastes of Moreton Bay Feastival is delivered by Moreton Bay Region Industry and Tourism, with the support of key strategic partner, Moreton Bay Regional Council.

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