Countdown To The Cape Town Festival Of Beer

After the massive success of the inaugural Joburg Festival of Beer, the Mother City’s favourite festival of beer is heading back to its roots for the fourth edition of the one and oh-so-beery Cape Town Festival of Beer! I have been to every single one of them (for all 3 days) and believe me, it’s one heck of a jol…

The festival will be taking over Hamilton’s Rugby Club in Green Point on the 22nd-24th November for a weekend of all things beer. With 200 beers on show, local and international brewers, home, craft and mega brewers as well as brewing demonstrations, best beer awards, food and beer pairings and guided beer tours there is plenty to learn about the much-loved golden nectar.

Receive your very own “Beer Passport” on entrance, collect stamps as you sample all beers on show for free and stand a chance at winning fantastic prizes and beer hampers. Make sure you pop past the BrewDog stall, our family imports it from Scotland, and, it was the pulse of the festival last year! Follow myself @MrCPT and @BrewDogZA on Twitter, as we will be running some cool competitions throughout the weekend 😉

We will have ALL 17 of the core range and limited edition brews available, plus our tasters on tap!

For the first time ever, the festival will be running a GIANT Beer Pong tournament throughout the course of the weekend. Unlike traditional beer pong this will consist of giant balls which will need to be thrown into giant cups measuring 1.5m high. If you think you have the brains and brawn to back you, then grab your tickets, your mates and enter a team on the Facebook page now [here].

With live entertainment all day, wine options, a variety of delicious food stalls and of course plenty of beer you have no excuse to book a babysitter for the kids, grab your mates and come join us at Africa’s largest festival of beer. Pre-sale tickets include a beer glass and are R120 and are available from Student tickets are R100 on display of a valid student card!

Secure your spot by booking a table for R500 and seat up to 10 people – perfect for large groups of friends, family or colleagues. Book in advance to avoid disappointment. Please contact for table reservations or queries.

Tickets are R120 and R100 for students. No under 18’s will be permitted entry at the Festival. Visit for more info and follow the action on or @FestOfBeer, #CTFOB.

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2 Responses to “Countdown To The Cape Town Festival Of Beer” Subscribe

  1. Adrian November 13, 2013 at 6:43 pm #

    Hi ! Who can I talk to about beer festival merchandise?? Pse call me 0823774540 adrian

    • Mr. Cape Town November 14, 2013 at 12:38 pm #

      Hey man I just wrote a blog for them I don’t work for them bro!

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