The WA Beer & Beef Festival celebrates all things beef alongside it’s perfect pairing, the almighty frothy.
Beer and Beef, what more could you want this Queens Birthday long weekend?
Set at Elizabeth Quay in Perth City, the Beer & Beef Festival showcases over 75 different brews from 20 local, interstate
and international breweries and crowd favourite beef dishes from Perth’s best beef loving restaurants and food trucks.
Join us from September 22nd – 25th to make the most of the spring sunshine and the long weekend with live music, beer tastings, beer masterclasses, cooking demos and of course every type of beef dish you can think of from over 17 pop up restaurants and food trucks.
The Festival runs from 4pm to 10pm Friday night, 11am to 10pm on Saturday and Sunday, and 11am – 6pm on Monday.
There is plenty of transport available, with Elizabeth Quay being conveniently set next to the Elizabeth Quay Train Station, and complete with its very own ferry jetty.
For the Mums and Dads wanting to know if they can bring their kids to the WA Beer & Beef Festival, you are more than welcome to bring along your child. Entry is free for under 18’s, however they will need to be closely supervised at all times.
There’s nothing like a beef burger, slow cooked beef cheeks, or a fillet steak cooked to perfection. Whether smoked, grilled or simmered down over hours the Beer & Beef Festival will have your favourite beef dish on offer. Join Perth’s leading chefs from Porkies BBQ, Varsity Bar, Black Brewing Co, and Stables Bar, and some of Perth’s most innovative food trucks including What The Bao, Smokin’ BBQ Bus and Smokies Southern BBQ to experience the best beef in town.
The Beer & Beer Festival brings together over 20 of the finest beer producers all at Elizabeth Quay this spring, including La Sirene, Little Creatures, Gage Roads, Rocky Ridge Brewing, Modus Operandi, Mash Brewing, 4 Pines and many more. Purchase one of our $20 tasting cards to sample the brews on offer and pick your favourite, or join one of our beer masterclasses to learn (and taste) everything you need to know about the great amber ale.