If there was ever a weekend to be into great beer and mind-blowing food, it’s the weekend of 13-15 August, when Beervana returns to Wellington’s Sky Stadium on 13-14 August and coincides with Visa Wellington On a Plate for a culinary weekend that is sure to draw foodies from all corners of the country.
Whilst you’re planning your summer of doing absolutely sweet FA, have a trawl through our picks of Kiwi beers, which we’ve paired perfectly with those particular days in which we collectively kick back as a nation - the stat holidays.
For the 3rd year in a row, our friends from NZ Home Brewers Conference and Brewshop.co.nz brought the infamous Beat the Brewer competition to Beervana.
The People Choice Awards is a way to give back recognition to these breweries for all the hard work they've put into their craft. Using the Beervana app, punters were able to rate and leave a comment on the drinks they've tried!
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.