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Farewell the last summer days at Hong Kong’s Flower Years, and the bar’s Local Beer Fest, championing locally brewed goodness.

You may have felt a chill in the air and decided it was time to reach for a jumper and to change up your craft beer thirst in the pursuit of good single-malt Scotch, and to that we say “just hold your horses.”

Flower Years, Eaton HK’s popular open-air bar and eatery, located within its buzzing Food Hall, will host the ongoing Local Beer Fest in collaboration with different local Hong Kong breweries each month, including Gweilo, Moonzen, Mak’s, and Seven Brews.

Kicking off on Monday, the bar will partner with well-known Gweilo Beer throughout November, serving Hazy IPA, an exclusive limited-edition draft beer (HK$65/pint), as well as the brand’s best-selling pale ale (HK$50/pint). A full selection Five bottled Gweilo beers — pilsner, pale ale, IPA, the Citrus Crusher, and an American IPA — will also be available (HK$50/bottle).

Farewell the last summer days at Hong Kong's Flower Years, and the bar's Local Beer Fest, championing locally brewed goodness.

Guests will even be able to take home a special branded 330ml Gweilo beer glass when they purchase three bottles of Gweilo beer, while those who buy three Gweilo pints will receive a 500ml glass for free.

Guests should be sure to take advantage of the bar’s food offers, which include a Beer Combo Set (from HK$118) featuring a choice of a classic beef burger, spicy fried chicken burger, or Impossible Tacos (Vegan) paired with a bottle of Gweilo.

To keep the party going, on November 5 and 19, Beer Fest will put on a free beer tasting as well as music performance at Flower Years. The busking-style gig gives festival-goers a chance to enjoy their craft beer al fresco.

Farewell the last summer days at Hong Kong's Flower Years, and the bar's Local Beer Fest, championing locally brewed goodness.

For the month of December, Flower Years will partner with micro-brewery Mak’s Beer, which has chosen locally-grown ingredients to create ‘Cantonese’ style beers.

Yes, apparently that’s now a thing. Cheers.

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