What to drink at Grampians Music Festival

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What to drink at Grampians Music Festival

Grampians Music Festival will be a celebration of all things Victorian with music, food and booze from the region. With the opening night dedicated to showcasing Western Victoria’s thriving music scene, GMF will be a taste for all the senses, with boutique produce, beer, wine and spirits from some of Victoria’s most exciting producers. Set within the beautiful Grampians National Park and spanning across three sunny February days, GMF promises to showcase all that regional Victoria has to offer.
From the Otway rainforest to a small distillery in Brunswick, suppliers will be slinging craft beer, premium dry gin and superb sparking. All producers will be serving GMF exclusive drinks in the sunshine for thirsty festival goers.
Patient Wolf
Making a bunch of noise in the world of boutique spirits, Patient Wolf Gin by Matt Argus and Dave Irwin is a perfect match for a new festival committed to showcasing sights, sounds and flavours of Victoria. Made with equal parts expertise and attitude in a small distillery in Brunswick, Patient Wolf Gin will be lifting spirits with refreshing signature cocktails in the festival’s VIP tent, as well as slinging special gin and tonics for parched party people.
Prickly Moses
Otway Brewing produces Prickly Moses Handcrafted Beers and Forbidden Fruit Cider with pure local ingredients and clear Otway rainwater from the lush rainforests of Victoria. Good water equals great beer, and the Otway Brewing team will be parking their funky beer bus to provide crafty pints at next year’s festival.
Blue Pyrenees
The spectacular Blue Pyrenees Winery will exclusively service the GMF Wine Garden. Established in 1963 by Remy Martin, and committed to discovering the superb sparkling wine potential of the world’s cool climate wine regions, Blue Pyrenees are masters of wine making in a unique climate. Grapes are grown in the Avoca vineyards and wines are produced on-site at the estate, carrying a hyper local ethos throughout the wine making process. In 2017 Blue Pyrenees Estate was awarded Ballarat and Pyrenees region’s Best Cellar Door by Gourmet Traveller Wine Magazine.
Quench your thirst with Otway Pale Ale by Prickly Moses, cheers to the summer with a glass of bubbly in the Blue Pyrenees wine garden and sip on a boutique gin and juice by Brunswick’s Patient Wolf. Do all of this while discovering new music in a spectacular regional setting. What more could you want?
Experience big mountains, huge sounds and a tipple or three from the best boutique producers in the region at Grampians Music Festival.
Grampians Music Festival will take place on February 2 – 4 2018 in Halls Gap, at the Grampians National Park.
Tickets are selling fast! Availble via grampiansmusicfestival.com/tickets/.