Friday 1 August, all day, worldwide
On the first Friday in August (1 August), pubs, bars and breweries all over the world are the place to be. There aren’t a lot of things the whole world agrees on, but enjoying beer is one of them. So let’s all raise a pint this August 1st to beer, a drink that brings the world together. Before you go on, try out these tasty Restaurants in Cape Town .
Where to go in Cape Town? Try these beer haunts out for size
Situated at the foot of Devil’s Peak, The Taproom is an inviting pub and restaurant that showcases the latest creations from Devil’s Peak Brewing Company. Enjoy a craft beer and food pairing board, or simply relax with a pint while enjoying the beautiful mountain views.
Contact details: +27 21 200 5818
Visit: The Taproom website
The Beer House
With a – literal – selection of 99 bottles of beer on the wall, you’re certainly spoilt for choice. Relax in this contemporary beer hall with beer from around the wall.
Contact details: +27 21 424 3370
Visit: The BeerHouse website
The Wembley Tap
Situated in Wembley Square, Wembley Tap boasts a range of craft beer and ciders on tap, from South Africa and abroad. Feast with friends on a selection of handcrafted pizzas with freshly sourced ingredients.
Contact details: +27 21 300 0946
Visit: The Wembley Tap website
Cape Town Writer
Updated Cape Town news on retail specials, best places and trending food spots in the Western Cape. Cape Town Writer magazine highlights hot celebrity news and more.
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Mitchell’s Scottish Ale House
This English-style pub at the V&A Waterfront is going to be pulling out all the stops to make International Beer day one to remember (or forget). Pair a pint with one of their bar baskets for ultimate enjoyment.
Contact details: +27 21 419 5074