Oktober meeting: last chance for tickets!

Halt deine Lederhosen fest!

Halt deine Lederhosen fest!

We’re heading to Zierholz for our monthly meeting this Thursday, October 5, for our annual Oktoberfest dinner! But so we can get catering right, we need you to book your tickets today!

The cost is a bargain $15 for members, and $55 for guests. For that, you get a German banquet, a pint of delicious, fresh Zierholz beer, and of course share your homebrew with fellow beer lovers. Book using the widget below or head to our ticket website. Pay via PayPal, or chose the “Invoice” option and receive a PDF with details on how to pay via direct bank deposit.

The night starts at 7pm, with the food to start from 7.30pm.

Make sure you bring some of your best German homebrew to enter in our Best of the Fest competition, with prizes for the top-three beers:

Prizes this year will be:
1st: A $50 Gift Voucher to spend at Zierholz Premium Brewery.
$40 Gift Voucher to Mashematics or Belco Brew Supplies.
3rd: $20 Gift Voucher to Mashematics or Belco Brew Supplies.

And of course, there is nothing worse than a dry Oktoberfest! Brew your favourite German styles. Of course, if you don’t have anything German to offer, all homebrew is welcome! We’ll have the miracle boxes set up to serve kegs, or bring bottles to share at the table.

Of course we will have the usual raffles, with great prizes, including Zierholz paddles up for grabs on the night.



And we’ll see you at Zierholz, 7/19-25 Kembla St, Fyshwick ACT 2609 from 7pm

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