Spotted Cow Blog


Kieran Toohey - Friday, September 19, 2014

In 2014 the Spotted Cow will turn on the local taps more than ever before, in support of  home grown producers at the Toowoomba Carnival of Flowers, Flower Food and Wine Festival.

With Granite Belt Brewery to continue its presence, The Spotted Cow will also bring in one of Australia’s most popular and respected Craft Beer producers to Toowoomba in Burleigh Brewing.

“I am really looking forward to working with Burleigh Brewing founders Brennan and Peta Fielding and Festival goers are really going to be spoilt for choice,” The Spotted Cow Manager Phil Coorey said.

 “Over the past nine years we have invested a lot of time in the festival and this year we look forward to making the experience even better through what we are calling The Udder Experience,” Mr Coorey said.

“The expanded variety will also see The Udder Experience establish a synergy between drinks on offer and the outlets providing food at the Festival.

“What this means is for any food you buy at the Festival we will be able to match it with the perfect drink,” Mr Coorey said.  

The longstanding relationship has The Spotted Cow Hotel synonymous with the Festival and they will again invest their own personal funds to promote the event through their own avenues.

“12 months of the year our loyal patrons ask us about the Festival and or their experience at the Festival. They really do enjoy the association we have with the Festival and will pay the admission price to continue their association with us and inturn the Festival,” Mr Coorey said.

The Udder Experience will also support another Australian brew house in Batlow Cider situated in the Snow Mountains region of NSW.

“The 2014 Festival is going to unbelievable and I would encourage everyone with taste buds, a stomach and a penchant for fun to book their Ergon Energy Flower, Food and Wine festival tickets now!,” Mr Coorey said.