Another red-hot year of Blazing Brews at Beerfarm
It’s that time of year again… the air is icy, your breath is visible and the sunshine comes in rations. If you’re a hibernating soul of the South West, you’re probably one of many sporadic, after-dusk emergers; rejoining society for causes that are only truly worth leaving your dressing gown and uggs at home for.
Unless big swells excite you, winter can be a pretty uneventful time of year. So it’s bloody lucky our friends at Cabin Fever whipped up an initiative dedicated to helping you get the most out of the colder months, and we were stoked to be a part of it.
A flaming hot line-up of Blues, Rock and Jazz talent
Embracing all things beer, food, wine and live music in a string of parties amongst stormy skies and open fires, we jumped back on board for another year of Blazing Brews to deliver a night of blues, brews and blazing bonfires that’d warm both the heart and the cockles.
With a flaming hot line-up of live music, delicious, sustainable and locally sourced eats and a diverse array of brews in a completely sold-out event, it’s fair to say we came in hotter than ever before.
With Howling Onshore, Lightnin’ Jack and The Bambuseae Rhythm Section kicking things into gear and heating up the stage with some exceptional blues, rock and jazz performances, we can’t thank these legends enough for setting the tone for the evening and transforming the dancefloor into an inferno.
Beerfarm brews and sustainable BBQ’d eats
Our new anti-plastic initiative saw the first release of our bamboo-crafted Beerfarm keep-cup handed to guests on arrival, many a’ delicious Beerfarm brew was dabbled in; from the on-tap seasonal brews to steaming cups of mulled wine or alcoholic hot chocolate.
Combined with a toasty open-pit fire and a BBQ filled with fresh meat, toasties, chicken burgers and empanadas from our pals at Burnt Ends Smoking Co, the farm was transformed into a winter wonderland, surrounded by good vibes and even better humans.
Cabin Fever works with many unique venues across the Margaret River region, with 35 events taking place in July alone. Collaborating with venues such as ours to bring you the best in ‘winter feasts, rich wines, magnificent parties and live music’… it’s safe to say we’re already bloody pumped for next year!
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