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All palates are catered for at this year’s Seymour Alternative Farming Expo, with a range of delicious food, wine and cider on offer.

Treat your tastebuds to flavours from right across the state at the expo’s three bustling food courts and bar.

Visitors can sample Prickly Moses handcrafted beers made from pure Otway rainwater and be tempted to taste the company’s selection of Forbidden Fruit ciders.

‘‘I’m taking a caravan so I’ll be able to do some tasting off tap,’’ Prickly Moses off-site events co-ordinator Rosie Heaton-Harris said.

Brown Brothers, with a rich history in handcrafting wines since 1889, will focus on Moscato, Prosecco and the award-winning Tasmanian range, which includes the Pirie Sparkling.

Brown Brothers’ Mark Hopps said for something different this year he would be bringing a cellar door-release Tempranillo Graciano blend.

‘‘Brown Brothers Grapetree Cider will also be available in two flavours; berry and original,’’ Mr Hopps said.

Long-time exhibitor Kensal Wines will continue to surprise with the selection of flavours on offer, along with Red Duck Brewery, Callipary Wines (trading as Ned Kelly Red) and more.

Grab a delectable treat and put your feet up under the huge shady oak tree in Food Court One where you will be entertained by the groovy sounds of Eb ‘n’ Flo and their diddly bow.

Learn a thing or two in Food Court Two, where Bob the Butcher and chef Adrian in the Country Kitchen will share their inside knowledge on creating delicious meals.

Event co-ordinator Liz Connick said it was a great idea to grab a cold beer from Red Duck Brewery and sit back and watch the pair’s demonstrations.

‘‘Bob the Butcher loves sharing his knowledge of meat preparation and presents family favourites as well as alternative meats such as kangaroo, hare and quail,’’ Ms Connick said.

‘‘Adrian, our resident Country Kitchen chef, teams up with Bob to then turn his cuts of meat into a gourmet creation.’’

Ms Connick said the expo was a full-day experience so visitors should try and fit as much in as possible.

‘‘I recommend visitors plan their experience at this year’s expo from the information in the event guide or on the website so you don’t miss anything.’’

■Seymour Alternative Farming Expo will be held on February 17, 18 and 19. For more information and ticket details, visit: 

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