THE ELEPHANT BRITISH PUB IS TURNING 20 YEARS YOUNG!
Come and celebrate with us turning 20 years young.
Date: Friday 14th December 2018
Time: 12pm – 2am
Live music 9pm on wards featuring DJ Clarke and the Mckenzie’s, with drink and food specials running all day.
This will be a event you will not want to miss! So dress up in your greatest British flare and attire to help us celebrate.
The Elephant British Pub to become South Australia’s new Fuller’s Ale Australia Flagship Venue
To celebrate becoming South Australia’s new Fuller’s Ale Australia Flagship Venue, The Elephant – British Pub is offering Imperial Pints of our 3 Fuller’s draught products for the price of a local 425ml Pint.
Pop down to The Elephant – British Pub in the heart of the East End and try the authentic and fully imported Fuller’s offerings. Fuller’s Brewery is an independent, family-run brewery founded in West London, England.
Promotional pricing ends on Friday 30th November 2018, but keep an eye out for new Fuller’s products on draught and in package.
Fuller’s on tap
– Fuller’s London Pride
– Fuller’s ESB
– Fuller’s Bengal Lancer IPA
TANIKA PROWSE CROWNED AS NATIONAL GUINNESS POURING CHAMPION
Adelaide woman Tanika Prowse poured her way to victory at the National Guinness Pouring Championship in Sydney, and won a trip for two to Ireland, representing South Australia and The Elephant British Pub in Adelaide.
Tanika had to pour the perfect Guinness against four other state champions in front of four expert judges and a boisterous grand final crowd at PJ O’Briens in Sydney this week.
The event was hosted by the Beer Diva – Kirrily Waldhorn (http://www.beerdiva.com.au/), on behalf of Lion – who own the rights to produce, distribute and market Guinness in Australia.
Tanika works as The Elephant’s full-time Function & Event Coordinator and gets plenty of practice perfecting her pouring technique – with Guinness regularly in The Elephant’s top three most popular draught products.
“It’s a great honour to win this award for South Australia and The Elephant. It was a very lively atmosphere, but the trick is to stay relaxed and focus on the job at hand. You can’t think too much about it. It just has to flow naturally,” said Tanika.
“Anyway, I knew I’d already done the hard yards with plenty of practice pours at The Elephant. I can’t wait to get to Ireland, the spiritual home of Guinness, and further finesse my technique.”