Love a laid-back ale or crisp lager? Join Tong Chong Street Market this Oktoberfest, as it brings back its annual Beer Festival, partnering with KIN Food Halls to host over 14 local brewers and many exceptional celebrity chefs at its venue.
Hong Kong’s food and beer aficionados can celebrate the return of Tong Chong Street Market’s annual Beer Festival, in collaboration with Taikoo’s newest food and beverages concept, KIN Food Halls to bring an impeccable culinary experience in a 2-day event, running from the 20th to 22nd of October, 2022. The festivities will spotlight 14 of the city’s famed brewers, who will showcase their signature beverages while participants can enjoy unlimited free flow of craft beer for up to three hours.
Tong Chong Street Market’s beer-tasting experience will be paired with an exceptionally well-curated gourmet menu, designed by KIN Food Halls’ renowned chefs from Yardbird, Second Draft, OBP, Emmer, and more.
Hosted at KIN Food Halls at Taikoo Place, this October’s Beer Festival has allied with the Hong Kong Craft Beer Association to bring to the forefront 14 of Hong Kong’s celebrated brewers, each who will feature up to five drinks.
Festival goers will get to taste and explore the brewers’ diverse range of beverages, from refreshing IPAs and classic English Ales, to fruity Pilsners, crisp fermented lager, and many more flavoursome beers.
In addition, KIN’s celebrity chefs have curated a fine assortment of dishes to deliver an international culinary experience, with an expansive East-meets-West range, including delights from Thailand, Japan, Italy, and beyond.
“The Beer Festival is one of many exciting happenings which makes Taikoo Place an attractive Global Business District that seamlessly integrates work and play. At the same time, the festival also helps promote and nurture the many high-quality home-grown brewers and chefs from Hong Kong,” said Priscilla Li, the General Manager at Taikoo Place.
Other unmissable F&B concepts include Black Kite, the city’s first craft cidery Neonotic!, Double Haven, and Carbon Brews, along with many of Hong Kong’s famed restaurants featuring, Sake Central, vegan delight EatDrinkMomo, and more.