Wednesday, May 18 will see The Hop Factory on Darby Street play host to Newcastle’s premier charity beer festival, FestiveAle. The event will be held to raise funds for Cystic Fibrosis (CF) NSW, an organisation that aims to improve the quality of life for people with CF and their carers.
FestiveAle will showcase over 20 different taps of craft beer, but the real star of the show will be FestiveAle’s specially brewed, Rose Kolsch. Specially brewed with rose petals by Wayward Brewing Co. in Sydney, the Rose Kolsch is a beer with a light and clean malt character and European hops that give the brew a wide appeal. In other words, it’s delicious.
Be prepared to encounter The Hop Factory’s mouth watering canapes throughout the evening too. Mouth watering morsels, specially prepared to complement the full range of craft beers.
Cystic fibrosis (CF) is the most common inherited, life threatening condition affecting young Australians. For a child to be born with CF both parents must be genetic carriers for CF. Cystic Fibrosis is life shortening and there is no cure. All proceeds of FestiveAle go towards funding vital CFNSW services that extend and improve the quality of life for people with cystic fibrosis.
Tickets are just $45 plus booking fee and are available through the event’s website: festiveale.com.au/newcastle