By Jessica Anstice
Ice cold from the tap and nice and hot off the grill is what you’ll find at the Beef and Beer Fest which is coming to Narre Warren on Sunday 25 November.
If that’s not enough for you, Victoria’s biggest hot dog eating contest will be. With a $1000 cash prize in each division (men’s and women’s) you wouldn’t want to miss out.
There will be eight hours of live music, craft beer on tap, plenty of food trucks, amusements to suit all age groups including adults, a spinning wheel raffle and merchandise.
“This is the first event and we’ll leave it up to the community; if they come, we’ll do it again next year,” Making Strides director Julie Benson said.
All ticket sale profits will be donated to the Narre Warren Cricket Club.
“This injection of funds will make a huge difference to one of the oldest clubs within the City of Casey,” Ms Bensons said.
“As with all Making Strides events, we are family focused, expect a fun day out with great music, the amusements have been carefully chosen for the biggest laughs.
“Security personnel will be in full force so you can also expect to be within a safe environment and remember that coming along to the Beef and Beer Fest benefits the families and children of the local community that are members of the Narre Warren Cricket Club.”
Doors open at noon and close at 8pm at Sweeney Reserve, Narre Warren.