WA Beer Week is a great annual celebration of all things beer in the state. And no other event will showcase this as well as Beer Through The Ages, which will see brewers from different decades and backgrounds pitted against each other in a blind taste test competition in the name of all things good. Hosted by Five Bar in Mt Lawley on the 29th of October, think of it as the greatest Wednesday night you could have.
The event sees Mash Brewing Co., The Monk Brewery and Kitchen, and Colonial Brewing collaborating and throwing in their own group of brewers for ultimate glory. The Young brewers thrown into the ring from Monk, will be competing with the over-30s from Mash and the Legends from Colonial Brewing including none other than Roger Bussel (ever drunk that delicious Rogers eh?), Hugh Dunn and Barry Sextone.
Those in attendance will be sampling each of the three beers on offer, and scoring each one from 1-5, the scores will be tallied, the champion will be crowned, and you will all have a splendid night! Each beer will be backed up with a story from its creators after you've scored, spilling what their inspiration was and what they attempted to do.
Tickets are available here, for $20, but get in quick friends, they're selling fast.
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