Pirate Life Brewing are treating us this Adelaide Food Fringe festival with a series of events all celebrating female achievement in the food and hospitality industry.
For the duration of the Food Fringe, Pirate Life Brewing will transform into a hub of craft workshops, cooking and even brewing classes.
The headlining event is aptly named ‘Paddock to the Port’, where Alana Brabin, Chef at Lyndoch Hill, will be joined by three other women to show attendees first-hand the talents of women in the industry.
Alongside Brabin will be Elle Chatterton from Riverside Dairy, Leila Kasprzak from The Deer Farm and Georgie Rogers from Rogers Farm. This one-day-only event is sure to be a hit.
This event takes place on May 14, which will be a very unique, female-focused fire feast acknowledging the hard work by the women of the land.
The lunch will be low-key and casual, taking inspiration from street-food setups where guests can roam around and interact with the vendors. The delicious food will all feature produce from the female-fronted farms: Leila’s venison, Elle’s sheep dairy, and Georgie’s hogget.
If you cannot make the ‘Paddock to the Port’ event, you can visit Pirate Life Brewing’s enormous Port Adelaide production facility for the duration of the Adelaide Food Fringe and enjoy a whole heap of fun events and workshops.
Check out their Facebook page to check out what’s going to be running.
For more information on the ‘Paddock to the Port’ event and to secure your tickets, check out their website.