Besk Welcomes Fervor and L.A.S. Vino
Oct
31
7:00 PM19:00

Besk Welcomes Fervor and L.A.S. Vino

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Join us in welcoming Yoda of Fervor and Nic Peterkin from L.A.S. Vino for an incredible night of native food and minimal intervention wine.

Fervor works in partnership with local communities, Traditional Owners and businesses to promote the beauty and assets of each region across the country. With strong ties to the land and environment, Fervor leaves no trace of an event upon completion.


L.A.S. Vino aim to make absolutely delicious, delectable and desirable drops and to discover new flavours in the world of wine. Their mantra is minimal intervention and where possible they aim to work with growers using sustainable vineyard methods.

Guests will be treated to 5 courses from Yoda matched with 5 wines from Nic in the Besk Cellar.

Tickets are extremely limited so get in quick to avoid missing this incredible opportunity.

Tickets are on sale now via this link

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Zwanze Day 2019
Sep
28
10:00 AM10:00

Zwanze Day 2019

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Zwanze Day 2019 will be taking place at Besk on the 28th of September.

There will be one session only, from 10am - 12:30pm. Tickets will be on sale 10:00am AWST Thursday 12th September.

This event will be run in our cellar. Tickets will be $95 (plus booking fee) and include 200ml pours of:

Zwanze 2019

Magic Lambic

Nath

Grand Cru Bruocsella

Rose de Gambrinus

Tickets will also include a Besk Zwanze 2019 Glass, a Besk tote bag, plus cheese & charcuterie to compliment the beers.

There will be a limited amount of shirts available on the day to purchase.


Tickets avaliable here.

See below for info about the beer:

“The beer for this year's Zwanze was brewed in March 2016 and kegged January 26th 2018. Contrary to past Zwanze beers, this beer is not the result of a special blend or the addition of a special fruit, but of a wholly unique brew.

On March 1st 2016, we brewed a smoked Lambic using a blend of classic pilsner malt and smoked malt. Rather than taking the beer to an extreme, we looked instead to find a balance between the acidic character of Lambic and the woodiness of the smoked malt. The result is a fine Gueuze with the classic notes of a Cantillon, complemented by an elegant smokiness in the nose and on the palate.”

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