The Capital Craft Beer Festival is back for its second edition

capital craft beer fest

While Winter kicks our ass, 14 June 2014 and the second installment of the Capital Craft Beer Festival brings us all the opportunity to do a bit of crushing on our favourite brewers. Hosted at the National Heritage Site, The Voortrekker Monument in Pretoria this is an event where you have the chance to combine the age-old tradition of drinking beer with new and exciting musical acts while introducing you to a vast variety of local micro-manufactured brews.

Micro-breweries have fast become the tasty and trendy alternative to commercially brewed beers. The painstaking efforts taken to brew and mature these specialist beers can be tasted with each and every sip you have and at the Capital Craft Beer fest, you will be able to sample beers by over 18 different micro brewers from all over the country.


This year we will be hosting over 18 Breweries! There will also be a cocktail area for the non beer drinkers (who are you?!).


They will be hosting 3 stages at this year’s Capital Craft Beer Festival.


Last year they were sold out before they even opened their doors, so be sure to get your tickets in advance!

Keep an eye on their FACEBOOK PAGE for the announcement of the Brewers, Acts and Foodies!

R120 – Online – This ticket includes a branded 500ml glass mug.
R120 – At the Gate – This ticket does NOT include a branded glass mug. 500ml plastic mug will be provided.


There will be an off sales area that will open at 12:30 where you can purchase bottles to take home.

Tjeu will be using a token system. How this works, is that you buy tokens and then you can get beer with the tokens.

Entrance, token stand and off sales area will have card machines.

Please bring picnic blankets or camping chairs to sit on.

They do have card machines but please do bring cash. There are ATM machines at the Monument around the corner from the beer festival site.

At the gate you will be given a site map containing all the info of where to find the brewers and toilets etc.

The Monument charges R10 per car for parking.





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