The 1st Mumbai International Beer Festival, Right In The Heart of Bandra

The 1st Mumbai International Beer Festival will commence on 15th October at 5 pm and will carry on until 10 pm on 16th October at D’Monte Park Recreation Club, Bandra (W). The first of its kind, this festival see its highlight of beer being served and sold in ample quantities and in a variety of choices. To provide the beer guzzlers company, there will be delicious food and good music.

Passes are available in Silver, Gold, Platinum and Titanium. A Silver pass, at Rs. 500, admits one adult and allows you tastings of 5 international beers, namely Fuller’s London Pride Ale (Britain), Amstel Light (Holland), Birra Moretti (Italy), Schneider Weiss (Germany) and Duvel (Belgium), along with other privileges.  A Gold Pass, at Rs. 1,000, admits one adult and serves tastings of 7 international beers, which are Fuller’s London Pride (England), Murphy’s Stout (Ireland), Birra Moretti (Italy), Amstel Light (Holland), Tsintao (China), Duvel (Belgium) and Erdinger Weisse (Germany), among other privileges. A Platinum pass, which costs Rs. 5,000, admits four adults who receive 10 pints of beer, namely Fuller’s London Pride Ale (England), Murphy’s Stout (Ireland), Sagres (Portugal), Tsintao (China), Duvel (Belgium), Liefmans (Belgium), Chimay Red Trappist (Belgium), Brooklyn East India Pale (USA), Schneider Weiss (Germany) and Fuller’s Porter (England), with other benefits.  A Titanium pass admits four adults at Rs. 6,000, and provides a 5 litre keg of Sagres Beer (Portugal) alongside other offers.

To buy a pass, click here.

The food options include Cafe Arabia, Ray’s Cafe and Pizzeria, Mocha, Red Ninja Express and more. Music will be performed live on both days of the festival. Saturday, 15th October, will see The Peppers performing live with a few featured artists, while Sunday, 16th October, will see Eclectic Fusion by Helena and The Mumbai Mariachis.

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