International India Pale Ale Day | SAB

Thursday, August 1st, 2013

What’s International IPA Day?

IPA stands for India Pale Ale, famous and much-loved pale ale. The history of IPA Day can be a little cloudy, depending on whom you speak to, but it serves as a celebration of this style of brew and has done since 2011. It aims to unite brewers, craft beer lovers and bloggers in a global appreciation day for all that is wonderful about craft beer.

Jozi’s Inaugural IPA Day

This year marks the first celebration of its kind in Jozi and we hope that you’ll be joining  to commemorate it!

Date:           1 August 2013

Time:           6pm – 12am

Venue:         Arts on Main Night Market

Cost:            R70

Tickets can be bought at the door or from, but bear in mind that the event is limited to 600 people. Artisan food will be on sale, beer pong will be played and live music will entertain… and then there’s the craft beer. There will be 9 craft IPAs on tap for you to taste and enjoy.

Secure your ticket today!

The event is brought to you by the Jozi Craft Beer Fest.



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