In news that is sure to make brewery tour-obsessed beer lovers extremely happy, some of the country's greatest craft froths will be coming together in one place for Cheers Fest 2018.
The festival is all about celebrating "indie microbrewery brilliance" and will see a jam-packed line-up of award-winning breweries together with gourmet food and a weekend of music.
"We love the fact that Australian microbrewery scene is continuing to grow in strength with new breweries hopping onto the market all the time," Cheers Fest say.
"This is because microbrewed beer offers more choice, variety and complexity in flavour for the discerning consumer."
And when they say choice, they mean choice; more than 200 locally brewed craft beers will be represented on the day including Sydney favourites Willie the Boatman, Akasha, Young Henrys and Sauce Brewing Co.
We'll also be treated to some cracking beers from interstate, too. Bent Spoke will be coming up from Canberra, Balter and Green Beacon from Queensland and Hawkers, Two Birds and Brick Lance Brewing Co. will be among Victoria's offerings.
If, for some reason, you're leaning away from beer, there'll be plenty of wine, cocktails and craft cider around the grounds plus food selections ranging from seafood to slow-cooked meats, custom pizzas to burger and heaps more.
Cheers Fest hits Barangaroo November 3 and 4 but early bird tickets are already selling fast. For more info or to grab your tickets, check out their website or follow Cheers Fest on Facebook and Instagram.