An old-fashioned Australian tradition is returning to its traditional settings after decades in decline.
Beer lovers in the nation’s capital say it’s been the most fulfilling part of their lives.
They say they’re happy to return to their hometowns where they’ve grown up.
Beer lovers in Canberra, Canberra, Australia are excited to celebrate the return of beer in the city’s pubs after years of decline.
A new wave has arrived in Canberra.
Australian beer drinkers celebrate the arrival of beer after years in decline, says Beverage Review.
A new beer festival is set to take place on the eve of Christmas and the pub is expecting a lot of beer drinkers to show up.
It’s been quite a while since I’ve been to Canberra and I can’t wait to be back,” said one attendee, whose name we won’t use for fear of offending the locals.
They hope the event will bring a new energy to the Canberra area. “
I can’t believe I have come back,” another said.
They hope the event will bring a new energy to the Canberra area.
In Perth, beer lovers will be celebrating Christmas Eve with a free Christmas Tree Lighting event at the city council offices.
The festival is being held to mark the start of New Year celebrations and is planned to take up to two weeks to run.
The event is expected to attract up to 50,000 people, and is expected be a hit.
One attendee said the event was a “good way to get the holiday spirit going”.
“It’s very festive, very festive.
It’s a great way to start off the year,” said another.