Celebrate The Craft Beer Revolution at Circuit Brew Fest



Usher in the craft beer revolution in the Philippines at CIRCUIT BREW FEST, a festival that will focus on local and international craft beer on October 17, 2015 at Circuit Makati.

Celebrate the coming together of Philippine Craft Breweries, International Craft Beer brands, good food, good music craft beer enthusiasts in one hip venue.

Experience the rich and complex flavors of homegrown brews including Craftpoint Brewing Co., Craft Beer Asia, Joe’s Brew, Holgate Brewer, Nipa Brew, Baguio Craft Brewery and Palaweno Brewery.

New additions to the growing craft beer scene include Nipa Brew, which is currently distributing their flagship wheat ale Tropic Haze; and Juan Brew, an eco-friendly brewery which currently supplies local home brewers and craft brewers with ingredients and quality brewing kits. The Brewery, the newest craft beer hotspot in BGC The Fort in The Palace known for their specialty in-house brewed beers, will be participating.

Other participating brands include Global Beer Exchange, which specializes in the import of international craft beers from the United States, Canada, Belgium, Scotland and Japan; Paraso Trading, a supplier of premium local craft beer, wine & spirits; and Brotzeit German Bier bar & Restaurant, which serves an assortment of beers from Paulaner. Craft Beer Asia, an online source for Asia’s craft beer scene

Festivities will kick off at 5:00 pm on Saturday, October 17 at the Globe Circuit Events Ground in Circuit Makati, Ayala Land’s 22-hectare property with an integrated mixed-use community uniquely characterized by Ayala Land’s high standards for quality and excellent customer service.

Located in the former Santa Ana Racetrack, Circuit Makati offers a unique entertainment and lifestyle venue, making it a perfect venue for Circuit Brewfest. The one-day outdoor festival aims to draw 3,000 to 4,000 craft beer artisans, trade shareholders, craft beer enthusiasts, expats, international clubs and chamber of Commerce CEOs and managers.

The city’s premier entertainment district boasts of a World-Class Performance Art Venue and an Outdoor Concert Venue with a 2,000-square meter canopy area that can house up to 1,000 people and additional 20,000 in the two-hectare open grounds.

Entrance fees to CIRCUIT BREW FEST start are competitively priced at P1,000 per head whereas PHP 800.00 is consumable inclusive of 3 free drinks from any booth and a baller band, which will serve as the entrance ticket, a reloadable prepaid tap card and raffle entries for the participants. Meanwhile, table reservations for the event are priced at P15,000 for 8 pax, inclusive of 3 free drinks per person, 8 beer mugs and 8 baller bands.

CIRCUIT BREWFEST’s diverse musical line-up will include:


From generations, the Philippines heard over a thousand bands in various genres and styles. Little did people know that most of today’s music was formed through the classier tunes of soul. Envisioned in bringing the masses back to root of modern music, a seven members ensemble from veteran musicians from Put3ska, Tropical Depression, and Juan Pablo Dream, and fresh talents will no doubt play the part. As fans of soul music themselves, the Flippin Soul Stompers was inspired by Otis Redding, James Brown, Curtis Mayfield, The Funk Brothers, Booker T. and the MGs, among others. A fine indication that the band fully expresses the Motown Stax and the other sounds of soul. Surely followers of the scene and new listeners will not be disappointed. Formed in April 2011, the band exemplifies the vision and goals of a soul band and of the Manila Soul Club, the band’s main affiliation. Both believe that by playing music “the original way”, they will trigger a nostalgia the older generation appreciates and misses, and eventually draw the curiosity of today’s generation. Flippin Soul Stompers will definitely spark a movement in reliving swanky soul grooves of the previous times in the Philippines!


Known for their lively and bold performances on stage, the band has established a loyal following since its formation in 2002. “Our music has been classified as blues, jump swing even boogie,” shares Jayman Alviar (drums).

Jump swing also called as retro swing refers to the hyper-intense dance style featuring hopping and kicking. It is up-tempo combination of rock, jump blues and swing.

The group cites musical influences such as latin, jazz and swing music from the ’30s to ’50s before evolving into their more adventurous repertoire of original compositions and fun covers of Frank Sinatra, Tony Bennet, Bobby Darin, The Brian Setzer Orchestra, Harry Connick Jr., and the Royal Crown Review to name a few.The Brass Munkeys current line up includes Pards (trumpet), Leo Emnil (tenor saxophone) Archie LaCorte (alto sax), William King Ansano (trumpet), Chris Padilla (vocals) Tim Cada (guitars) and Glenn Bondoc (bass).


Nicole Laurel Asensio “Schizo-prano” (flexible soprano) Singer, Songwriter (signed with MCA Music) Painter, Writer Granddaughter of former VP Doy Laurel Singer Theater Actress Former vocalist and songwriter of General Luna (Warner Music) , Crowjane (Freelance)

Genre: Solo work: Classical/ Broadway/ Lounge-Jazz standards…..

Band Work: Rock


A Pinoy Rock-and-Roll band was born sometime in 1999, going by the name of THE BLUE JEAN JUNKIES. They are practically one of the country’s very few that still carries, with great pride, the banner of Rock-and-Roll… with more emphasis on the roll!


 The beautiful model DJ duo  from Manila


Lady Saxophonist

The festival will also feature bar chow and finger foods that you can pair with your craft beer from array of restaurants in Circuit Lane like Backyard and Seafood Island

Don’t miss out on this one of a kind festival celebrating all things craft beer!

CIRCUIT BREWFEST is being organized by VMDC Events Management in partnership with Circuit Makati and Make it Makati. For more information, visit https://www.facebook.com/BrewFestPH