BEXCO to hold ‘Busan Craft Beer Festival’ on July 3-7

BEXCO, Busan, announced that it will hold the “2024 Busan Handmade Beer Festival” at BEXCO Outdoor Plaza from July 3rd to 7th.

This year’s event, which is the sixth of its kind this year, is expected to be held together during the Busan Mobility Show, attracting many visitors

The event will feature 12 renowned breweries across the country, including Seagull Brewing, Gorilla, Tombrooy and Hersim Cheongrooy, to showcase various craft beers. It will also feature food trucks and snack booths that sell foods that go well with beer.

In particular, under the concept of “Collaboration of Handmade Beer and Something Cool,” the Busan brand “Pig Patbingsu Kinao” will introduce patbingsu and “Jeam beam High Ball,” a launched product of a famous whiskey brand, so that all ages can enjoy the festival.

In addition, various performances such as magic shows, jazz dances, and band performances, as well as DJing and busking performances will be held around the auditorium.

Various events will also be held, including a four-cut photo booth called “Believe Seung Hospital’s Emotional Photo Gallery of Memories,” which will capture all age groups, and a “Healthy Common Sense Quiz Show” with prizes such as golden gold bars and beer and food passes.

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