We don't usually have to twist your arm to get you to sink a cold one or two. But, just in case you're in need of another excuse to go drinking this weekend, why not pair it with some social good? Presenting Wayward Brewing Co.'s Craft for a Cause.
Yep, it's as good as it sounds. All you have to do is drop by Wayward Cellar Bar on Sunday, May 1 and try the brand new Rose Kölsch, which has been created specifically to raise cash for Cystic Fibrosis NSW. To make your beering experience extra-pleasurable, there'll be live music from 3pm and tasty bites courtesy of Jarrod's Shakes and Dogs.
Can't make it this weekend? Panic not. Rose Kölsch will be on tap throughout May. Plus, on May 25, Cystic Fibrosis NSW will host Festivale, a blowout party at Wayward, featuring surprise guests, merch and more beer than you can handle. (Dare you to prove us wrong). Tix for that are available over here.
"Many other countries have a rich tradition of the local brewery being a cornerstone for the community rather than a massive factory run by a faceless corporation," said Wayward owner Peter Philip. "Craft beer is different — it's small, hand-made locally and run by people you know who are part of the community. At Wayward, we aim to make local breweries a vital contributor to the community and we encourage local publicans and other craft breweries to do the same."
Make Wayward one of your stops on a DIY inner west brewery walking tour...