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FTW: Fluid Festival Prize Packages

THE Fluid Festival is on at the Daveys Hotel in Frankston in November for one day only and we’ve got three Fluid Festival prize packages to giveaway! Daniel Driscoll has details on the event and how you can win.

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The Fluid Festival is on for one day only and will showcase some of the world’s best beers, wines, bourbons and ciders. From 11.00am to 5.00pm, you’ll have a chance to sample a huge range of flavours and styles with stalls from more than 20 local and international suppliers including Feral Brewing Company, Thunder Road Brewing Co, Hills Cider Company and many more offering you a taste of what they do best.

For the alcohol appreciators, the festival is also presenting ‘Meet the Brewer’ masterclasses where you can gain insight into the business from Cavalier Brewing Co-Owner Heath Shirtcliffe, Hickinbotham of Dromana Brewer Cameron Turner and more (to be announced)!

If you get peckish, you’ll also be able to enjoy a selection of delicious food available from stallholders on the Daveys’ picturesque balcony, including Spanish Paella and Hot Roast Beef Rolls off the spit.

The festival will also feature live music from Scott Hunter Duo, Matt Bradshaw and Rob Papp.

With compliments of the Daveys Hotel, Meld Magazine has three Fluid Festival prize packages to give away! Each prize package includes 10 tokens to purchase samples from stalls and a $50 food voucher for the Daveys Hotel!

For your chance to win, simply enter the Rafflecopter competition below! Winners can collect their prize package from the ticket booth on the day.

Fluid Festival will take place on November 16. Entry to the festival is free. Tokens to sample beverages can be purchased from $2.00 each.

For more information on the Fluid Festival or to book tokens, head to the festival’s official website.

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