It’s Festival Time

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It’s Festival Time

The South Coast Craft Beer Festival is about to enjoy its third year celebrating local beer, food and music on Saturday
19 October 2019, 3.00pm-10.00pm. The festival will again aim to celebrate good times, great food, and great beer, proudly presented by the Apex Club of Milton Ulladulla.

You can chat to local South Coast brewers, Cupitt’s Craft Brewers, Long Stocking Brewery, Camel Rock Brewery, Jervis Bay Brewing Co and more, enjoy tasty comfort food from local providers, chill out to some local performers, and of course, enjoy locally produced beer!

What Do You Get?

Beer tastings from a selection of brewers (decent size to really get a good taste), local musicians, door prizes, festival cup, and a warm fuzzy feeling for helping us deliver assistance to our community.

There will also be wine for those looking for alternative options as well as additional beer and food on sale during the afternoon/evening.

Live music includes, Noosa Busker Competition winner, Finley Geach, local duo Tiny Empire and house band, Doin’ Alright later in the evening.

There is camping available within the showground for those wishing to spend the night. Select this option when purchasing tickets.

Charity Partner

The Apex Club of Milton Ulladulla are proud to announce our charity partner for 2019 will be OzHarvest ( where we have set up our pricing structure to provide one OzHarvest meal for every ticket sold to the event which is provided through one of their many food rescue venues across Australia.

Food will be available for purchase from Tallwood and Milton Ulladulla Apex who will be serving Kranskis from Stuart Bros Delicatessen with rolls from Bakers Delight, Ulladulla.

Food Partners

  • Stuart Bros Delicatessen
  • Bakers Delight, Ulladulla
  • Riverina Jerky
  • Howzya Beanz Coffee Van
  • Over 18s event – only very young children (0-1) are able to attend. Don’t miss out on a ticket.

General admission is just $45. General Admission plus Camping is $60.

All proceeds go towards local Apex Club’s Fathering Project and charity partner, OzHarvest.

And… you receive a souvenir cup. The souvenir cup is for use across the day to be kept as a keepsake and a way of reducing waste across the festival.



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