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Win the ultimate beer weekend in Ballarat

To celebrate our involvement in the 2022 GABS Festival, we’re giving away the ultimate beer weekend in Ballarat valued at $600.

The competition opens Friday 20 May at 12am and closes Sunday 29 May at 11.59pm.

The winner will be drawn on Friday 3 June and contacted via email.

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Win the ultimate beer weekend in Ballarat

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  • Cubby Haus Brewery
    A small batch craft brewery using traditional methods and natural ingredients.
    Package includes a mixed six-pack to take home
  • Red Duck Brewery
    Red Duck is small, independent and good. A micro-brewery focused on natural methods.
    Package includes a $100 voucher for tasting and take-home items
  • Dinner at Aunty Jacks
    Chef Scott Alsop is the master of British-influenced brewpub meals. Surely not one to be missed.
    Package includes a $100 voucher for the evening
  • After dinner drinks at Hop Temple
    Hop Temple has Victoria’s largest collection of craft beers, with over 220 beers to try!
    Package includes a $50 voucher for the evening
  • Accommodation for two at Quest Ballarat Station
    Includes breakfast and parking


  • Aunty Jacks Beer School
    Spend 90 minutes with Dr Beer (Peter Aldred) and AJ’s brewer Matt learning the weird, wonderful and unique.
    Package includes two Beer School tickets

Click here for the competition’s terms & conditions

Make sure you get down to GABS at Melbourne’s Royal Exhibition Building on 27-29 May to visit our cracking stand, taste our delicious brews and discover why this iconic Australian event is recognised globally as one of the best craft beer festivals in the world.

Ballarat’s bumper beer month this May

The craft beer capital of regional Australia is putting its best foot (or should we say beer) forward in May.



The City of Ballarat acknowledges the Traditional Custodians of the land we live and work on, the Wadawurrung and Dja Dja Wurrung People, and recognises their continuing connection to the land and waterways. We pay our respects to their Elders past, present and emerging and extend this to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander People.