Sip in style at festival
Up the ante, get the VIP treatment
VIPs at the upcoming Sunshine Coast Craft Beer and Cider Festival will be in a league of their own with an elaborate outdoor entertainment area being purpose-built for the event by a unique Sunshine Coast construction company.
Stilus Design and Construction director Glen Fludder attended the inaugural festival at the Kawana Sports Precinct last year.
He loved the event and its vibe so much, he offered to create a unique outdoor space for those seeking something exclusive while sampling some of the 200 craft beers and ciders on offer from local, national and international brewers on December 1 at the Sunshine Coast Stadium.
“This was an opportunity to create something special, where people can enjoy the sun on a fine December day with plenty of good food and drink around. VIP patrons can come in and feel the vibrancy of the Sunshine Coast,” he said.
Stilus Design and Construction has been creating residential and commercial outdoor entertainment areas on the Sunshine Coast for the past five years and is the company behind the stunning and stylish Cabanas at the Sofitel Noosa.
Festival director Tanya Taber said she was humbled by Stilus Design and Constructions’ commitment to the festival.
“A private beer garden is just what the festival needed last year, the area rewards our much-loved sponsors and without sponsors a festival of this size would not be possible,” she said.
Ms Taber has hand-selected more than 50 Australian and New Zealand brewers and cideries to showcase some of their most rare and sought-after creations, with many of them creating signature brews specifically for the festival.
Live entertainment will be available throughout the day and a side show alley available for the under 18s, so they can join in on the action.
The Sunshine Coast Craft Beer and Cider Festival will be held on December 1 from 1-9pm. To find out more, visit craftbeersunshinecoast. com.au.
CHEERS: The second annual Sunshine Coast Craft Beer and Cider Festival is fast approaching.