Unveiling Flavorful Craft Beers at the Manila Beer Festival!

Unveiling Flavorful Craft Beers at the Manila Beer Festival!

Greenfields,Mandaluyong - October 2022 and April 2023 -   Jade’s Temple Brewery, a renowned Local Brewery, known for its commitment to quality and innovative flavors, were excited to announce its participation in the highly anticipated Manila Beer Festival. The event, dedicated to celebrating the art of brewing and the thriving Craft Beer Scene in the Philippines, took place from October 15-17,2022 and April 21-23,2023 at the Greenfield park, Mandaluyong City. 

MNL BEER FEST with Justin Filamor and Dea Suyosa

The Manila Beer Fest is a gathering of Craft beer enthusiasts and brewing experts from all around the Philippines. It offers a unique opportunity to brewers to showcase their finest crafts, engage with beer lovers and share their passion. Jade’s Temple Brewery is proud to be part of this exciting event, where they showcased their latest lineup of flavorful craft beers to eager festival-goers. 

During the promotion of the event, Jade’s Temple Brewery Co-Founder & President, Justin Filamor alongside Katipunan’s CEO, Ms. Jazel Paraiso and Philippine Craft Beer President and El Deposito’s Founder, Mr. Jun Flores, made an appearance on Cignal TV 5 and 92.3 FM inviting everyone to experience an adventure filled with Craft Beers from all around the country. 

Justin Filamor and Jazel Paraiso promoting Manila Beer Fest

At the festival, attendees had the chance to sample Jade’s Temple Brewery’s diverse selection of Craft Beers, including their signature brews and limited-edition releases. From the Malt-Forward Lager to the crowd-favourite, Toasted Mallows.


“We would like to thank Ms. Cherry Saculo and Mr. Jun Flores for inviting us to be a part of this community.” said Dea Suyosa, Founder & Head Brewer of Jade’s Temple Brewery. “Our team has worked tirelessly to create a range of unique flavors that captures the essence of our brand. We look forward to sharing our brews with the vibrant beer community in Manila and engaging in meaningful conversations about our craft.” 

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