A date has been set for the second Dunedin Craft Beer and
Otago University Students' Association (OUSA) general manager
Darel Hall said it would be held on October 4, at Forsyth
Last year's event attracted about 3500 people and the OUSA
wanted to build on its success by focusing on improving
''quality'', as opposed to increasing the numbers going, Mr
An electronic payment system would be introduced to avoid
last year's long queues and the stadium's pitch would also be
There would also be an increased focus on the matching of
beer and whisky with foods, more ''family-friendly spaces''
and more details given about the provenance of the food on
Like last year's event, it would be a ''town and gown''
affair, and students and the general public were encouraged