Enjoy a range of cheeses and accompaniments.
Enjoy a range of cheeses and accompaniments.

Cheese Wine and Hops

YOU don't have to be an epicurean to enjoy The Courtyard - Cheese Wine and Hops event...although it helps.

This popular foodie event at Treasury's Hotel Courtyard on September 15 promises an evening of indulgence, flavour and frivolity.

Following a sold-out cheese and wine trail earlier in the year, the second instalment will delight Brisbane foodies as well as those who just enjoy a good night out.

More than ten wines will be available to sample from Chandon to Cape Mentelle and across the ditch in New Zealand and over the ocean to France. Beer lovers won't be disappointed with a hoppy range on show by Little Creatures.  

Luxurious cheeses will accompany the eclectic range of wines and beers, as well as mixed olives, chargrilled vegetables, assorted dips, dried fruits, fried pumpkin flowers, arancini, wood-fired pizza and artisan breads. 

Managing Director Queensland, Geoff Hogg, has welcomed the demand for the next instalment in The Courtyard series and is excited to be delivering events that the public are passionate about. 

"The Courtyard events have hit the high note by creating a thrilling experience for all who attend," he said. "The quality and selection of wines, food and entertainment are second to none and priced affordably to make the perfect night out". 

To add to the experience jazz and swing king, Rhydian and the Residuals will entertain. 

The Courtyard - Cheese, Wine & Hops Friday September 15 from 5pm to 8pm at the Treasury Hotel Courtyard,130 William Street, Brisbane. Cost $49pp for tickets go to www.bit.ly/cheese-wine-hops (a 10 percent discount applies to seniors.)


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