Brew and the Moo delights
Pilbarians flocked to celebrate two of their favourite things — beer and beef — at the second annual Brew and the Moo festival held at the weekend.
On Saturday, the Wrapped Creations-organised event drew a crowd of about 1500 people, an increase of several hundred on last year, to eat, drink and mingle by the ocean at Dampier’s Hampton Oval.
A long list of craft beers and range of food van offerings paid homage to the festival’s two star ingredients.
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On stage, the music added to the laidback vibe, with local musician Mikey Smith performing acoustic tunes, Chile Con Curly adding a Latin flavour and Melbourne’s the Mad Hatters getting people on their feet with some cool jazz-style covers.
The evening also featured a mechanical bucking bull and, in a new addition, a cheeseburger eating competition to keep the crowd entertained.
This year’s Brew and the Moo was extended into a two day event and on Sunday afternoon crowds laughed through the Brewed Comedy show which included Heath Franklin, Janelle Koenig and Ben Darsow.
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