The monthly Ale Stars evening at The Local Taphouse is one of Australia's most beloved regular beer events. Attracting a mixture of beer lovers, both old and new, it's a fun and interesting way to learn about everyone's favourite beverage.
Based on a different theme every month - usually a brewery, country or beer style - the event takes you on a happy, hoppy jaunt around the beer world, complete with food, quizzes and plenty of good banter.
Leading the way, you'll have a brewer on hand to entertain with stories, expertise, insight and - most importantly - to tell you about the beer you're drinking. And the beer you'll be drinking for the March 2016 event is really, really old.
The Ale Stars will be exploring historical styles to give a glimpse into what beer might've been like in centuries gone by. It will feature the following:
- Anderson Valley Watermelon Gose
- Stone 'Your Father Smelt of Elderberries' Medieval Ale
- Shenanigans Grisette
- Red Duck Baby Bear Braggot
It's bound to be an interesting evening and certainly quite different to your usual night out drinking clean IPAs.
It's happening on Tuesday March 15 at 7pm. Tickets are $40 which includes all the beers, nibbles and good times. Book your spot here.