Introducing Meet the Breweries presented by Liquorland - a video series that gets up close and personal with the breweries pouring your beers at Beervana 2020.
It’s been a few years since we’ve seen 8 Wired Brewing at Beervana, and we’re welcoming the Warkworth brewery and Good Beer favourite back with open arms (spoiler alert: you will be too).
If you haven’t heard about Shining Peak yet, get ready to be dazzled by this newcomer at Beervana 2020. Excited? You should be.
This 18-month-old New Plymouth brewery is going from strength to strength, beckoning beer lovers from afar to the ‘Naki with its beer, incredible brewpub kai, and brew-gooder approach to sharing its proceeds to support community groups.
Beervana 2020 is taking place on 20-21 November at Wellington’s Sky Stadium. But other than for the obvious challenging reasons 2020’s hurled at us, we’re giving you the top six reasons as to why you should lift a glass at Beervana this year.
Depending on whether you’ve been naughty or nice in 2019, Santa will be making his way down your chimney (or in these more chimney-less times, maybe through the heat-pump...?).
Word is old Saint Nick is partial to a pint, so what beer will you be leaving out to reward him for his thirsty work?
We had a word to some of his elves, and they let us in on some of Santa’s wishlist beers from these Beervana breweries.
Beer is good! And in ways that go beyond general beer goodness - mouthfeel, aromas and hop strength. Meet the first social enterprise breweries raising money for the greater good with their beers at Beervana!
For the first time, Beervana will be graced by three breweries from the UK for the festival’s annual International Brewers Collaboration
Check out these Visa WOAP events taking place during Beervana weekend - so once you’re Beervana session is wrapped up, the good times can roll on. (Or, alternatively, rev up in the lead up to your Beervana session!)