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If you don't like food trucks, I don't like you
Get ready for a night filled with amazing food and an array of South Australia's best craft breweries at Crafty Beer Fork on Friday November 20, 2015. It's a known fact that everyone loves a food truck, and what better way to end the working week with a delicious feast and a nice beverage to accompany all the food that's on offer.
Located in Light Square, Currie Street, Adelaide, this event is open to the public and is suitable for all ages. The best thing about an event like this is it's accessibility. Beginning at 5 pm, it's the perfect way to satisfy that 'hangry' state of mind after work. The smell of the beautiful burgers from Burger Theory will definitely stop you in your tracks!
You'll be spoilt for choice with food trucks such as Sneaky Pickle, Chimichurri Grill, Cheesy Street, Delectaballs, Skwish, The Little Cake Tin and many more, all serving up delicious dishes. In addition to all this wonderful food, a mix of breweries including PirateLife Brewing, Swell Brewing, Big Shed Brewing Concern, Brewboys, Campus Brewery, Prancing Pony Brewery, ciders from Lobo Cider, Swell Cider and wine from Three Dark Horses, will also be available for purchase. So be sure to stop by Currie Street on Friday 20 November for a tasty feast. Whether you're heading out with friends, walking to the bus stop from work or just casually strolling through the city, take a detour and visit the Crafty Beer Fork. Your taste buds will thank you for it!