Keen to develop its summer programme and expand its range of mountain-based activities, Téléverbier is organising a craft beer festival at 2,200 metres above sea level. On 3 and 4 August, hop fans will meet up for the first edition of Panora’Malt on the mountain pastures of La Chaux. This location offers magnificent views of the Combins massif and has the advantage of being accessible by cable car from Le Châble, Verbier and Nendaz.
This first edition will see the festival shine the spotlight on craft beers from the region with the help of around ten local breweries, which is sure to delight our beer tasters. Festivalgoers will also have a chance to visit an exhibition on beer-making and the raw materials beer is made from.
Concerts on the big stage will add to the excitement of the weekend, while children will be able to play to their heart’s content in the fun zone, which features bouncy castles and other surprises. For food lovers, the event will also have food stalls on site.
The entry ticket to the festival will be the cost of one beer glass. Festivalgoers will therefore have everything they need to go and taste beers recommended by brewers from just CHF 1 per 100ml.
More information: www.panora-malt.ch