Set in the heart of bustling Muizenberg, in a beautiful old warehouse corner Albertyn and Milner Roads, you will find the heart warming neighbourhood food and goods market. Running every Friday from 16h00 to 22h00 the BBG has become a wonderful place to meet friends and eat delicious food.

Tuesday, August 16, 2011

Blue Bird Garage Barrel and Brew Festival

Blue Bird Garage Barrel and Brew Festival
September, Saturday 10th – 2 to 10pm
Sunday 11th – 12 to 8pm
Entrance at the door R30 per day
Join us for some fine wines, whisky, beers and cider, good food and mellow vibes to warm away the winter blues.

Bluebird Garage presents a wine and beer festival with a difference – showcasing Western Cape Boutique, Garagiste, Organic and Bio-Diversity producers, with a passion and dedication for crafting the finest tasting and quality beverages - many of which the public get to sample by appointment only. On offer will be a selection of artisanal Wines, Whiskey, Brandy, Absinthe, Gin, Cape Ruby, Beers and Ciders; including: Jorgensen’s Distillers, Bains Whiskey, Topaz, Cheviot, Black Pearl, Stellar, Thunderchild, Reyneke, Walker Bay and Boer & Brit Wines; Eversons and James Mitchell Cider & Wine, Elgin Cider, Wilderer, Boston, Darling Brew, Napier, Birkenhead, Mitchells Breweries and Camelthorn Breweries from Namibia.

There will be family friendly kiddies corner too and, obviously, no alcohol will be sold to under 18’s; so there will be BOS ice-tea, ginger beer, fruit juice and spring water as well as a variety of child friendly munchies and meals on offer. For the tee-totaller or designated driver The Bluebird Pantry will also be hosting The Sweet Spot offering tea, coffee, cake, pastis, nougat and handcrafted chocolates.

Delicious vegetarian, meat dishes and pies from The Olive Station, a selection of cheese and breadboards from The Bluebird Pantry, mezze platters, chicken and chickpea stews from The Egyptian Gourmet, Dohne’s lasagnas and wraps, sandwiches, samosas, schwarmas and various other finger licking nibbly bits will be on sale.

To further entertain you there will be the melodic strumming of acoustic minstrels to ease the winter blues away.

The Barrel and Brew Festival would like to promote responsible driving and therefore we are encouraging you to either walk to the event or to catch the train. The Facebook event page will have a train timetable. There is however plenty of parking in Wherry and Vlei Road with parking guards on duty.