About Events – Tbilisi Beer Festival 2012

Tbilisi Beer Festival is being held in Rose Revolution Square in Tbilisi this weekend (21-22 July).

Organised by the Georgian drinks company Natakhtari it is the third and the biggest beer festival held so far.

Georgia About was there to join in the fun. Cheers!

Georgia About and everyone who came to the 2012 Tbilisi Beer Festival had a great time.

Join us for next year’s festival!

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15 Responses to “About Events – Tbilisi Beer Festival 2012”
  1. Chancy and Mumsy says:

    Great pictures!! Looks like everyone was having a great time. I went to beer festivals when I lived in Germany…they were a lot of fun. The more I learn about Georgia the more I wish I could visit there. Hugs!

  2. Woo Hoo! I love beer fests! My favorites are Stouts and Porters…. did they have lots of those there?
    God Bless You!
    The collies and a thirsty chuck 🙂

    • No stouts or porters Chuck 😦 The Georgian brewery Natakhtari does make a darker beer called Mtieli that is a little like an English bitter – it’s very good, especially in this hot weather. I’m drinking one as I write this! 🙂 I shall have to do a post on Georgian beers.

  3. Thanks for the great pics! It’s always fun seeing how the rest of the world has fun.

  4. Dianda says:

    I wonder how the beer in Georgia tastes like!

  5. Looks like you had a great time. The beer sunglasses are quite interesting 😉

  6. Marie says:

    Great photos!

  7. 2browndawgs says:

    Looks like a fun festival!

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