Stone & Wood, Northern Rivers Food, Brookies Gin and Archive all coming together for one event means a foodies dream event is nearly here. The Northern Rivers and Byron Bay area have long been known for their organic and sustainable agriculture and Archive is hosting a dinner in our own backyard to showcase some the best. There is going to be a 4 course banquet style feast, and all paired with the best of Brookies Gin and four of Stone & Woods finest beers. Truly a mouth watering event from four groups that know how to host a great night.
Archive have long considered it their mission to bring to West End the best in craft beers and ciders all year round. They have 22 taps through which they constantly rotate draught beers and adding to that over 400+ different bottled beer and ciders, you will always be spoilt for choice. But the experience at Archive only starts with the drinks, they have events on almost every night, ranging from pool comps, trivia and of course live musicians or DJ’s playing most nights.
Northern Rivers Food is a group of growers, food artisans, manufacturers, restaurateurs, retailers and distributors who work together as a group to promote food businesses in the Northern Rivers, so anywhere between Grafton and Tweed. Their member list is extensive, but some of their newest members include Active Medicinal Honey, Cape Byron Distillery, Tasting Plate Tours, and Bhavana Organic Farm and Cooking School. If attending the dinner on Thursday inspires you, they even have recipes you can try out for yourself, click here to go to their website.
Stone and Wood was created to be a brewery that the owners felt reflected the best of what the craft beer industry is really about, been part of the local community. They brew beer that reflects our philosophy – something that brings to life the combination of what was great about village breweries, and what a contemporary business should be.
Brookies Gin is created by the Cape Byron Distillery. It is distilled with native botanicals foraged from the rainforest and then handcrafted on their farm in the hinterland of Byron Bay. Of the 26 botanicals in Brookie’s Byron Dry Gin, 18 are sourced locally, many from the rainforest on the Brookies farm.
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