LAND OF THE GIANTS headline Firebrand Brewing Co's 'Go Beyond Sessions'
Launceston based Firebrand Brewing Co are hosting their first large outdoor music event on May 21st headlined by Land of the Giants with support from Bailey Tomkinson.
Named after the tagline for Firebrand’s flagship beer, Patchwork Rocket Pale Ale, the Go Beyond Sessions will include a night of music, American barbecue food smoked on site, and a full bar.
Headlined by Southwest Music Awards 'Best Band' Land of the Giants, this six-piece collective which includes a brass section, produce foot stomping beats with contagious enthusiasm that will have everyone in attendance dancing their socks off. Tipped as one of the best emerging live bands in the country, Land of the Giants has played main stage slots at Boardmasters, Boomtown and Beautiful Days Festivals.
Land of the Giants is supported by singer/songwriter from St Ives, Bailey Tomkinson. One of the UK’s most promising acts, Bailey fuses Surf Rock, Americana, and Pop to create an authentic, hooky sound. Described as 'Britain’s answer to Taylor Swift' by The Daily Mail and 'Wonderful' by the legendary Bob Harris, don’t miss out on a chance to see these two acts at the Go Beyond Sessions.
Tickets to the event are available to purchase from the brewery or on Eventbrite - https://www.eventbrite.com/e/go-beyond-sessions-presents-land-of-the-giants-plus-support-tickets 302856801847
Situated on Pennygillam Industrial Estate in Launceston, Firebrand Brewing Co was founded in 2012 by Joe Thomson, who at 21 years old became the youngest head brewer in the country. Realising a dream most young adults only fantasise about; Joe is driven by a passion for drinking good beer and excited by the process of crafting even better ones.
Firebrand Brewing Co prides themselves on the quality of their production, and they regularly refine, taste, and adapt their recipes to brew the best beer possible. Their mission is to encourage you to Go Beyond the Usual through their flavour profiles.
Originally brewing out of a converted milking parlour from a picturesque farm on the untamed edge of Bodmin Moor, in 2021 Firebrand moved into a large industrial unit where they’ve tripled the amount of beer they can produce in a year. Firebrand have also opened a taproom, beer shop and on-site smokehouse where they smoke American style barbecue meat and vegetables to serve alongside their beers on Fridays and Saturdays.