Fabulous happenings around Tasmania involving food and wine and such!
On Sunday 7th August, Slow Food Tasmania are teaming up with UTAS as part of National Science Week at Mt Pleasant Observatory by featuring a range of Coal Valley producers. Included are Wingseed, Lost Pippin, Wurstwagen, Double Head Brewing, Soufra, Morningside Vineyard, Third Child Vineyard and Tasmanian Kitchen Pantry. There will also be cooking demos using Coal Valley produce with Stephen Lunn from Chefaholic Cooking School in Cambridge. There is entertainment for the kids, science for everyone and entry is free. More details here.
The Tasmanian Microbrew Festival runs on Saturday the 17th of September at PW1 with dozens of breweries represented as well as food and entertainment.
Cafe Biz Expo runs 10th of August with workshops and new products for hospitality professionals.
This Thursday the 4th of August sees Honey Child’s Creole Corner team up with Hobart Brewing Company to bring you a Colorado Day Celebration featuring South-Western American eats and music by The Katy Raucher Ensemble.
The popular Hobart Twilight Market makes its debut appearance at the Goods Shed in Evans Street this Friday 5th of August. A selection of Tasmanian eats, drinks and artisan products will be inside while food vans will grace the entrance giving you the option to wander between the indoors and outdoors.
A Tasmanian Flavour will be held on the 17th of September at Launceston Show Grounds with food and wine producers from throughout the state taking part.
Hobart Brewing Company presents Oktoberfest on the 9th of October with a Bavarian beer hall, steins, German food cooked by a well known local producer in their fire pit and live music on the outdoor stage.
Tasmania Wine Gala is an evening of food, wine and fun raising money for the non-profit organisation Room to Read to help them build a school and library. It is held at Wrest Point on the 24th of September.
Masaaki’s Sushi will be closed between 12th of August and 1st of September.
This Friday the 5th of August Last Rites Brewery will have Chasing Crows onsite cooking up twice cooked pork belly, slow grilled lamb shoulder, smoked quail, sticky chicken wings and Chocolate Panna Cotta from 4pm onwards.
Tasmanian Butter Co are making their debut at Farm Gate Market in Bathurst St this Sunday the 7th of August.
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