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Stone and Wood drag trivia

The popular Stone & Wood Drag Trivia is coming back for another round next Thursday 26 October, after their sold-out event earlier this year. If you think their pilot batch beers push the boundaries, you should try this!

Grab your silliest and your smartest mates together, slap on a bit of sparkle and head to Stone & Wood’s Byron brewery for a night of laughs and trivia, hosted by the phenomenal Terry Daktyl. For the trophy hounds – there will be prizes, so bring your A-game!

Tickets from $15 +BF, doors open at 5.30pm, so head down for fresh beers and delicious meals and snacks being served up by the local foodie legends, 100 Mile Table. Trivia set to shine at 6:30pm

A Beautiful Weirdo’s eco glitter stall will also be in operation at the event for those who left their shimmer at home, and a dollar per litre of beer poured at this event will go to Tweed Valley Landcare.

Stone & Wood
100 Centennial Cct, Byron Bay.
stoneandwood.com.au.


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