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Postby Titty Tea » 29 May 2012, 10:18

Farm Jam Part Deux!

Begins June 16th @ 2pm~ June 17th @5pm.

Good Music, Homemade food, Delicious Craft Beer, painting, camping and much much more!! Same place, same time, same Jam!

Music Line Up (not in order and more to come)

1. Kevin MacCash
2. Pauline Edwards
3. Mike Mudd
4. Arman Torus
5. Stu Wilson
6. Van Stokes
7. The Ninja Goats (all the way from Kending)

Cover Charge $200
Campers $200 per TENT


Bear Flag Grill (FOOD)
~Chicken Wraps
~Tofu Wraps

Breakfast (for the campers!!)
~Pancakes, eggs, hash brown and coffee COMBO
~Home made banana and oat bread YUMMY!!

Farm Food (Traditional Chinese fast food!)
~Fried Rice/ Noodles
~Taiwan Beer

Titty Tea (BEER!!)
All Natural Austrian Craft Beers from 100NT!

The Schloss Eggenberg line ranges from a 2.4%(alc./vol.) Radler-perfect for summer- up to a 14%(alc./vol.) Triplebock beer. Adhereing to the Purity Law, water, hops and malt are all the ingredients necessary to make this the premier imported beer available in Taiwan.

The Farm Jam beer range will include: Radler Natur Trub 2.4%, MacQueen's Nessie 5%, Hopfen Konig 5.1%, Magalotti 7.1%, & Samichlaus Helles 14%.
For more information please visit Schloss Eggneberg @:

Bamboo and other sorts...beautiful pieces done last time...hope to see more artist!

新竹縣新埔鎮義民路2段530巷172號 30542
#172 Yi Min Road,Section 2, Lane 530, XinPu Township, Hsichu County 30542

Hsinchu Folks:
Take the Costco bridge to Zhubei. Go past the Sheraton and keep going until you come to Yimen Temple. Turn right. Continue straight for 2 minute and make a left on the tiny little lane just before the HSR support posts. There will be signs at this point to guide you the rest of the way in ;)

HSR or TRA Liu Jia station
We are about a 5-10 minutes taxi drive from the Hsinchu HSR Station...about $200 nt. It may be wiser to take a taxi with many people to save on money :) Just give them the address!!! Pretty easy!

Driving...please use google map for easy directions (cut and paste our address from above):
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Postby Titty Tea » 15 Jun 2012, 18:11

A lot of concern about the weather this weekend with the approaching typhoon. Today (06/15), Zhubei was sunny and hot with no rain. Should it happen to rain tomorrow, the venue is covered, so come on out for some awesome tunes and delicious food and beer!
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