A multicultural explosion of foodie flavour is about to hit South Bank, and you won’t want to miss it.

eatSouthBank’s Sausage and Beer Fest, hosted by The Charming Squire, will deliver family-friendly fun and plenty of pop-ups to the southern lawn at Little Stanley Street this weekend, from Saturday November 7 to Sunday November 8.

From the haggis of Scotland to the salami of Italy, countries around the globe have their own takes on the much-beloved sausage, and South Bank is the place to taste them all. A haven for self-confessed sausage connoisseurs! 

Consider yourself a sausage specialist? This sizzling sausage mecca will test your knowledge, featuring a range of specially-made, gourmet, artisanal sausages from the likes of The Charming Squire, Tai Tai, Hop & Pickle, Fritzenberger, Gnocchi Gnocchi Brothers, Brooklyn Depot, Shysh, Baba Ganouj and Tippler’s Tap.

A huge BBQ with a multicultural twist, lovers of the snag will have the chance to sample a range of worldly flavours from each restaurant and bar’s unique sausage offering including traditional Italian, Lebanese, British, Chinese style sausages and more.

The ticketed event is limited to 300 guests per session over two days – your $30 adult ticket will include a choice of sausage samplers, slaw and chips (or a beer flight for the $39 ticket) while the $15 children’s tickets (12 years and under) will include a sausage, chips and soft drink.

Attendees can also enjoy unique craft beers and ciders from The Charming Squire’s Pop-Up Bar and live music sessions with some of Brisbane’s best local music artists.

Can’t make it this weekend? No worries! Participating restaurants will continue the celebration for the month of November, offering up their signature snag as a gourmet sausage of the month meal, paired with a craft beer.




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