Smoked BBQ and Live Music at the Brewery this Weekend

October 17, 2017

Smoked BBQ and Live Music at the Brewery this Weekend

Hey everyone! Just finalised this one so we wanted you to know straight away!

 

This weekend, October 21st and 22nd we're going to have the guys from The Borough over in Wagga Wagga at The Brewery in Tumut from 11am - 8pm with their smoker serving up some smoked ribs, pulled beef burgers and pulled pork burgers! Below is a sample of the succulent stuff they can cook up, just to get your mouth watering....

These foods go down mighty fine with our beers which we'll be pouring pints of all day (they even have some on tap over there at their place). The food also suit the local cider and wine that we'll be serving over the bar along with our beers, if beer isn't your refreshment of choice.

 

 

We're also very happy to say that we'll be having Arna Georgia performing music here from 1pm - 4pm on the Sunday, so make sure you're around to hear her beautiful voice!

You can RSVP on Facebook: HERE!

 






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