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    After uniting beer lovers around WA in previous years as the Perth Craft Beer Festival, the celebration of brews and food returns to the Claremont Showgrounds in April under a new name in 2021, Froth Town.

    Taking over the Showgrounds from April 16 to 18, the scope of the event will expand to embrace lovers of all things good times, good drinks and good food related.

    This means along with dozens of breweries pouring their sweet, sweet nectar, Froth Town will include more than 100 (!) stalls, also including distilleries, wineries and cideries catering to all tastes.

    “While craft beer will always remain at the core of Froth Town the event has grown to become a celebration of an incredibly diverse range of beer and other drinks – in addition to great food and entertainment,” said organisers, Bar Pop.

    As with anything Bar Pop related it’s just as much about the activities as the eats and drinks, and Froth Town will not only feature two massive beer halls but crowd faves like the Silent Disco, Pirate Life Tattoo Parlour, Dodgem Cars, Giant Beer Pong, Bucking Bull, ‘Hot Dog Eating’ Comp, ‘Dad Bod Wet T Shirt’ Comp, Sumo Wrestling, Live Footy and loads more.

    The three day soiree will be divided up into four big sessions starting Friday night April 16, along with family friendly sessions during the day on Saturday and Sunday, and an 18+ Super Saturday night session.

    “We’re always looking for ways to expand the event and provide a greater offering to everyone who comes to our event – whether they are a craft beer nerd, a young family, or group of friends simply looking to celebrate life with a drink in hand.”

    And if there were any doubt as to being in safe hands when it comes to the quality of drops on offer, rest assured Froth Town Ambassador/beer wrangler Will Irving (formerly Feral Brewery) has you covered.

    Tickets on sale 4pm Thursday 18 February via THIS LINK.

    Check out the full festival line up below!

    All photos: Adam Nalapraya

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