An Australia Day weekend celebration of beers and ciders

The Southern Highlands Beer and Cider Festival offers a great chance to get out of Sydney and enjoy some refreshing beverages on the iconic Bradman Oval in Bowral. 



The inaugural events is being run by the Southern Highlands Food and Wine Association with 50 stalls set to showcase local producers and the Southern Highlands region.

"The festival is a true celebration of Highlands, Australian and New Zealand craft beers and ciders," said association president John Scott. "There will be over a 100 different brews to taste and enjoy in a relaxed family friendly atmosphere."

Festival goers can samples the efforts of grassroots brewers as well as emerging industry icons. 

Event organiser Tanya Taber said: "Event lovers are also invited to bring a chair and unwind while enjoying an array of local food producers and with their new favourite ale as a jam-packed line-up of local artists take the stage both Saturday and Sunday of the Australia Day long weekend."

The Bradman Oval will showcase not only beers and ciders but local spirits, wines, cheeses and  meats with several local cafes and restaurants having food stalls. 

The crowds will also be entertained all weekend by local artists. Gates open at 10am each day on Saturday and Sunday on January 26-27  and close at 6pm. 

Entry for children under 18 years of age is free.

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