Mudgee's Craft Beer and Cider Festival, which was to be held on this October long weekend at Club Mudgee, has be postponed as a result of the COVID-19 restrictions.
The event has been rescheduled to March 2021.
"The attendance last year was amazing and the feedback extremely positive, so we decided to make it an annual event," Maureen Hutchison, Club Mudgee's CEO, said.
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"With craft beer and cider such a popular choice these days, we have the outdoor space to run another great event for both locals and our visitors to the region."
The March 2021 Festival will have a couple of new elements to it including a Mudgee Home Brewers competition.
The event is expected to attract hundreds of craft and cider drinkers and more than 12 brewers from across the state and beyond.