4 Great Reasons to Check Out the 2nd Yeronga Beer & Food Festival

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Missed the inaugural Yeronga Beer & Food Festival last November? No need to wait too long as it’s coming back this Sunday, the 23rd of February 2020. The good times will roll from 3:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. at the Yeronga Services & Community Club in Fairfield Road. 

Here are four great reasons why you shouldn’t miss this event this time around:

1. You’ll get to sample a wide variety of food and beer choices.

Like last year, a variety of food vendors will be featured at the second Yeronga Beer & Food Festival. Craft beer options confirmed, so far, are Ballistic Beer, Helios, Yenda, and Brick Lane. For a list of eateries, follow the community club’s events page for the updates and confirmations. 

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2. Your family will enjoy the activities and entertainment.

Did you know that this beer festival is a family-friendly event? Bring your children along so that they can have an unforgettable fun experience, too! Service dogs can join as well but unfortunately, you’re not allowed to bring family dogs.

A roving magician and balloon artist will be impressing the guests with their tricks and gimmicks. A jumping castle will be set up so the kids can play whilst the adults relax with their food and drinks. Families may also get colourful face painting. 

Ukelele music artist Vic Kena will be performing at the event. In between the fun activities is the raffle draw with exciting prizes for the lucky guests! 

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3. You could avail of the club membership.

If you’ve been considering a membership (or membership renewal) at the Yeronga Services & Community Club Inc., you can sign up at this event. There are plenty of perks as club members, including regular membership draws where you can instantly win cash. To know more about the perks, visit the club’s official site

4. You can take part in a worthy cause. 

Part of the reason this second Yeronga Beer & Food Festival is returning so soon is to raise some funds. Voluntary gold coin entry donations will be given to the Victorian Bushfire Appeal. Proceeds will also go to the Gallipoli Medical Research Foundation. 

Additionally, a dollar will be donated to the RFBAQ – Rural Fire Brigades Association Queensland Inc. for every new or renewal membership for February 2020.