The BrewIN is a special event leading up to the Australian Tea Cultural Seminar 2018, and an opportunity to celebrate the emerging tea scene in Brisbane.
The Steepery has carefully curated local tea specialists, practitioners & food makers together under one roof to share in a tea gathering never before experienced in Brisbane. At the BrewIN you will have an opportunity to take part in tea tastings, tea talks, and tea workshops to experience many elements of Brisbane’s exciting and growing tea scene.
The tea businesses being featured at the BrewIN include Queensland’s very own artisan tea makers Arakai Estate who will be more than happy to give you an insight into tea production and the creation of award-winning specialty leaf tea, the lovely Moose Teas team bringing quality leaf tea, creative tisanes and blends to the local market and resident Wandering Cooks tea business and advocate for pure leaf teas The Steepery Tea Co.
The event is FREE to attend, with workshop seats charged at a small (affordable) ticket price.
We also have an excellent line-up of tea WORKSHOPS that will give you an opportunity to connect to tea & tea culture directly.
Please note times & ticketing links.
1. 10:30am, 12pm & 1pm – Tea Bowl Ceremony hosted by Bo Wong Wellness – TICKETS COMING SOON
2. 10:15am, 11am, 12pm & 1pm – Gong Fu Cha roundtable hosted by tea practitioners of The Brisbane Tea Meetup – FREE
3. 10:30am – 11am Tea Flight experience presented by The Steepery Tea Co. 10:30-11am – PURCHASE TICKETS HERE>>
4. 11:15 – 11:45am Taiwan – Beautiful Teas for the modern world presented by Cuppa Cha – PURCHASE TICKETS HERE >>
5. 12pm – 12:30pm Express Chai Tea Blending hosted by Moose Teas – PURCHASE TICKETS HERE>>
6. Japanese Green Tea Brewing hosted by Misato Furumiya a Certified Japanese Green Tea Instructor & Japanese Goodwill Tea Ambassador – TICKETS COMING SOON
Some exciting collaborations are brewing to bring unique tea & food pairings and tea cocktails available just for the BrewIN for you to indulge & enjoy and showcase the versatility of tea as an ingredient.
The very talented group from West End’s ClaySchool will also have a stall showcasing some beautiful functional and one-off teawares.
In the true spirit of Wandering Cooks we are asking that this be a BYO (tea)cup affair so that you can take part in the tea tastings on offer by the tea businesses.
Designed as a lead-in event to promote AUSTCS 2018, the BrewIN will bring together Brisbane-based tea businesses and practitioners to give Queenslanders an appetiser to the seminar, or at least offer a taste of AUSTCS for those who can’t head south this September. The AUSTCS team will be on hand answering all of your questions about the vision to evolve Australian Tea Culture into something we can truly call our own.