Beer Incider Experience

Brisbane Showgrounds

Craft beer, cider and music festival Beer InCider Experience is returning to Brisbane early this year, coming to the Brisbane Showgrounds for one epic day in March.

The Beer InCider Experience is a must-visit for beer and cider drinkers as well as music lovers, with hundreds of beers and ciders to try and an awesome line-up of music acts.

Beer InCider Festival, Brisbane Showgrounds, craft beer, micro breweries, cider, cideries, bands, live music, ping pong

Due to the insane success of Beer InCider, the festival is occurring twice in 2019: March 9 and September 20 & 21. The team behind the event have promised more of what makes it an awesome day out - think craft beer and cider, great food, a giant ping pong arena and outstanding live music.

This year's headliner is one of Australia's biggest indie rock bands, the DMA's, who will smash out hits from their 2018 album ‘For Now’ and 2016’s ‘Hills End’. Joining them will be rock'n'roll royalty Something for Kate, who'll be performing tracks from their back catalogue of 6 albums, and Alexandra Lynn (aka Alex the Astronaut) flying the pop music flag. Representing BrisVegas will be pop-punk 5-piece Waax, while out of Adelaide there'll be seven-headed soul-rock hydra West Thebarton and, last but not least, Loser, a new super group starring members of The Smith Street Band, The Bennies and Apart From This.

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Attendees can purchase tasters of beer and cider, plus pots and cans, as well as ginger beer, wine and cocktails for the unconverted. The best way to make the most of the festival is to grab a famous Beer InCider tasting paddle and get sampling! Beer InCider will also feature a delicious line-up of tasty treats provided by Brisbane’s best food trucks and pop-up restaurants.

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As well as being able to sip and critique the liquid gold on offer, festival-goers can also chat with the brewers and sample their exclusive brews, not to mention the chance to pick up some insider knowledge at the Brewer’s Stage.

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Nice to know - For those seeking to elevate their Beer InCider experience, VIP tickets will include the added luxuries of a personal rider with two tinnies and a stubby cooler in an exclusive cooler bag, special access to a side of stage viewing platform, private toilets, additional exclusive seating, a $30 food and beverage pre-loaded card, and even your own tinnie bar with beer, cider, cocktails and wine available to purchase. VIP tickets are $295 (+BF) and are on sale now until allocation is exhausted.

Need to know - Beer Incider Experience is strictly for 18yrs +. All tickets will include a 2019 Festival Program, an environmentally-friendly reusable festival cup and free public transport to and from the event.

Beer InCider Experience is a valued partner of Must Do Brisbane.com

Beer InCider Experience

Brisbane Showgrounds

Gregory Tce

Bowen Hills

Mar 9 11-10

from $55 + bkg fee

*Ages 18+ only

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Brisbane Showgrounds Gregory Tce Bowen Hills

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