Jack Parow and Fokofpolisiekar team up for limited edition Cape Cobra karate stout

2017-06-01 12:53

Cape Town – Jack Parow and Fokofpolisiekar have joined forces to create a limited edition beer.

Parow Brandy and Fokof Lager have coupled to spawn the limited edition stout, Cape Cobra. This magnificent Parow Brandy infused karate stout combination was brewed especially by Devil’s Peak Brewery for the Capital Craft Beer Festival on 10 June at Capital Craft in Centurion. 

Only 5 Cape Cobra kegs will be available to the public on the day with 4 more of these kegs doing the rounds at Capital Craft in Centurion and Pretoria from the following day onwards.

Only one keg will make its way to The Tap Room – Devil’s Peak’s restaurant in Salt River, Cape Town.

Click here to get your tickets to the Capital Craft Beer Festival.

Watch a promo for the stout here:

Another collaboration

Jack Parow and Fokofpolisiekar have also combined forces with Warner Bros. Games, Ster Kinekor Entertainment and tournament operators ACGL to present a KNOCK OUT event unlike any other ever experienced before in South Africa. This event will take place at Weiveld in Pretoria on 8 July and will bring together gaming and live music to deliver an evening of supreme entertainment.

On the night, there will be loads of Injustice™ 2 giveaways, a dedicated gaming area (for punters to have a go at battling it out), Rob Forbes from 5FM will MC, DJ Waynalicious will keep the music pumping and off course Jack Parow and Fokofpolisiekar will deliver their legendary explosive live performances to top off the night.

Not only will the top esports players battle it out for their share of R60 000 at the official Injustice™ 2 South African Championship Series Grand Final, but Jack Parow and Francois van Coke will take each other on as well.

Event details:

Date: 8 July 2017
Line up: Fokofpolisiekar & Jack Parow
Venue: Weiveld
Address: Corner off Graham and Boschkop, Zwavelpoort, Pretoria East
Contact: 071 471 6698
Doors open: 19:00 
Performance time: 21:00

Tickets cost R150 and are available here. Join the event Facebook page here.

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