Brewday finds a new home

Upper Hutt Leader - - FRONT PAGE - JANAN JAY

Greater Welling­ton Brewday comes to the Hutt this Satur­day. Held in Mart­in­bor­ough the past five years, the beer-fo­cused fes­ti­val has re­lo­cated to Tren­tham Race­course for the first time Boast­ing a 16-strong se­lec­tion of lo­cal brew­ers and cider mak­ers, the event prom­ises to be a re­laxed, out­door gath­er­ing for hop-lov­ing afi­ciona­dos look­ing for ex­cit­ing new prod­ucts and the op­por­tu­nity to chat with brewmeis­ters.

With some recipes ex­clu­sive to Brewday you’ll ac­tu­ally have to turn up to get your taste­buds on them. Spe­cially de­signed suds in­clude the bit­ter­sweet Par­son Bird Po­hutukawa Gose from Wild and Woolly, made with 2kg of New Zealand Christ­mas tree flow­ers; and the Malty by Tia­mana, an al­co­hol-free stout that’s per­fect for des­ig­nated driv­ers. Be­sides rivers of am­ber nec-

‘‘"(It's a) fam­ily friendly event with some­thing for ev­ery­one as op­posed to many beer fes­ti­vals which are geared to adults only."’’

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