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By Molly Glassey
March 08, 2017
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By Molly Glassey
March 08, 2017
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If you've never hallucinated a coyote, or simply really really like hot chilli, then get to Kettle and Tin for their annual Chilli Cook Off.

If Kettle and Tin's last four cook offs  proved anything, it's that this festival isn't one for the timid of stomachs. That's why they've ramped up the action and spread it over two days this year, first offering up a warm up of meat, a barbecue showcase and Bloody Mary masterclasses on March 18, before things heat up on March 19. That's when competitors don't mess around, the chilli proves off-the-scale delish and everything from the food to the drinks bites hard. Admission is $15, with eight Brissie venues battling for supremacy, plus live music and plenty of beverages. Our tip: if you're not a fan of spice, BYO milk.

The Chilli Cook Off begins at 10am and is expected to run long into the evening. If you think you can handle the heat, pack your chilli spoon and head along.

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