Are you that friend who uses the ‘I already have a BBQ gathering on that day’ excuse a little too often?

Well, our beers and BBQ session can make that excuse suddenly become true.

Whether you want a family catch-up, or a reason to get away from your family, this Tipple experience is guaranteed to have your tummy full – from both food and drink.

Get your crew in tow and BBQ handy because Cannings Free Range Butchers will be supplying $200 worth of meat! They are 100% free range (in case you couldn’t already tell by their name) and only sell the highest quality meats. They don’t just care about what will look best in the shop window but ensure the animals are raised and cared for in the best possible way.

Cannings don’t serve up their stuff in polystyrene trays and are much more enviro conscious than most butchers and supermarkets. So if you are the lucky winner, expect your goods in cardboard boxes.

Furphy will have the beer side of things covered for you. Born in Geelong, they’ve been around for 100 years and are making crisp and clean beer that goes perfectly with a barbeque.

If you’d like a glass of wine to go with your delicious meal (yes, we already know it will taste awesome), De Bortoli Wines will be supplying some fine drops. They recommend a medium bodied red wine like Petit Verdot to go with something like a T-bone steak.

On top of that, you’ll receive a stack of Tipple vouchers so that you can still keep the drinks flowing next time you are hanging with your crew.

Thanks for entering our Tipple Experience competition. Good luck!

Comments (3):

  1. Andrew

    August 24, 2017 at 2:58 pm

    What a great competition

    • David Waterman

      August 31, 2017 at 1:57 pm

      Love your* work! (See how badly I need a beverage!)

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