American Beer MonthMurrays Brewery
Murray’s Brewery is getting in early and celebrating American Independence Day this Saturday 1 July. The distinctive aromas, colours, flavours and sounds of America will be showcased at its Bobs Farm brewery and winery right across the month of July.
These school holidays, join patriots around the world to embrace one of the most popular beer styles, IPA’s (India Pale Ale). On offer will be 8 USA-themed beers, including a Red, White and a Blue IPA – and even a Blood Orange IPA!
The kitchen team will be serving up a finger-licking-good array of USA-themed food specials, such as a belly-busting Elvis Burger filled with bacon, peanut butter and ‘jelly’. You can even try mac n cheese pizza.
American-themed FREE concerts will be performed every weekend including:
2 July – Michael Muchow plays American classics
9 July – Nano sashays Latin American
16 July – Jim Overend performs contemporary American tunes
23 July – Adam Gear plays rockabilly
30 July – Brien McVernon’s American Rock concert!
“The Fourth of July is a significant national holiday. And while it’s usually associated with fireworks, parades and baseball games, we’re paying tribute through the release of some truly awesome American-style beers,” said brewery owner, Murray Howe.
“We’re inspired by the unique spirit of creativity and entrepreneurism found in the USA. For American Beer Month we have literally brewed a rainbow of American IPAs, plus a sweet milk stout using American hops. And we’ll also be celebrating classic American Pale Ales – which was the first beer style we ever brewed. What a line-up!” he said.
Murray’s American Beer Month starts on Saturday 1 July, and runs through to 3 August – which is International IPA Day.Gig & Event Guide Submit Event
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