Celebrating Artisanal Beverages and Delights at the Stellenbosch Craft Drinks Festival

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The Stellenbosch Craft Drinks Festival (SCDF) is back on October 7th, 2023, at the Jan Marais Nature Reserve. This family-friendly event runs from 11 am to 7 pm, offering a unique experience to indulge in the finest artisanal food, drink, and live music.

Growing from a Celebration of Craft Beer to a Must-Attend Gathering

Founded in 2012, the SCDF began as a celebration of the craft beer craze. Since then, it has grown into a must-attend gathering, showcasing an extensive selection of craft beer, distilled beverages, and artisanal food. The past decade has seen a remarkable transformation in the world of craft beverages, taking the industry to unprecedented heights.

A Feast for the Senses

As you enter the festival, the intoxicating scent of craft beer and coffee intertwined with the mouth-watering aromas of fries, Mediterranean soft cheeses, burgers, tacos, and hot wings welcomes you. Explore the diverse array of delectable offerings while enjoying the convenience of a branded glass beer mug included in the online ticket price.

Early Bird Tickets Available

Early Bird tickets are currently available on Quicket, with limited quantities of glass beer mugs accessible at the door. To secure your spot at this intimate outdoor experience, we encourage you to act swiftly and purchase your tickets in advance.

A Day of Relaxation and Enjoyment for All Ages

Set within the natural beauty of the Jan Marais Nature Reserve, the SCDF promises a day of relaxation and enjoyment for all ages. Savor the local food and drink while being serenaded by talented musicians, providing the perfect soundtrack for this enchanting gathering. Bring your chairs, gazebos, and umbrellas and relish the breathtaking sight of the sun setting over the stunning Stellenbosch mountains.

Fun Games and Entertainment for the Whole Family

In addition to the impressive lineup of food and drink vendors, the festival also features fun games, kid-friendly entertainment, and lucky draws with crafty prizes, ensuring an engaging experience for the whole family.

Don’t Miss Out on the Stellenbosch Craft Drinks Festival

Don’t miss out on this unforgettable day in the heart of the Stellenbosch mountains. Join us at the Jan Marais Nature Reserve on October 7th, 2023, for the Stellenbosch Craft Drinks Festival. Embrace the enchanting ambiance, treat yourself to the finest artisanal products, and create lasting memories with your loved ones.

Environmentalist and Outdoor Enthusiast. Amanda is a nature-loving, energetic, and enthusiastic environmentalist who has dedicated her life to exploring and protecting Cape Town's stunning natural landscapes. She is an experienced hiker, wildlife enthusiast, and advocate for sustainable tourism.

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