More than a month after announcing that the 2018 Zwanze Day would be held on Sept. 29, we now know the entire list of locations around the world where the event will be held.

As in years past, the annual event put on by Brasserie-Brouwerij Cantillon will be held in various locations around the globe on the same day, with each location pouring that year’s release brewed specifically for the festivities by the Brussels, Belgium-based brewery. In addition, while a two countries were removed from the list compared to last year—Finland and Norway—there were also four countries added to the list this year: Brazil, China, Poland and Russia.

The specific beer being poured is 2018 Zwanze, which is composed of blend of lambic aged in three different types of wine barrels for two years: Amarone, Chianti and Sangiovese. According to the brewery, the Amarone barrels were filled in December 2015 while both the Chianti and Sangiovese barrels were filled in January 2016.

According to a post on Cantillon’s Facebook page, the locations for 2018 Zwanze Day are:

Australia

  • Carwyn Cellars — Melbourne

Austria

  • Tribaun —Innsbruck

Belgium

  • Moeder Lambic Fontainas — Brussels
  • Moeder Lambic Saint-Gilles — Brussels
  • Mi-Orge Mi-Houblon — Arlon
  • Rose Red — Brugge

Brazil

  • Alto Emporio dos Pinheiros, Sao Paulo

Canada

  • Dieu du Ciel — Montréal, Québec
  • Birreria Volo — Toronto, Ontario
  • The Drake Eatery, Vancouver, British Columbia

China

  • Beer&Barrel谷木, Shanghai

Denmark

  • Himmeriget —  Copenhagen
Finland
  • Stadin Panimo Baari, Helsinki

France

  • La Fine Mousse — Paris
  • La Capsule — Lille
  • Brasserie du Mont-Salève — Neydens
  • Au Poêle de la Bête — Toulouse
  • Le Sur Mesure, Nantes

Germany

  • Café Herman —  Berlin
  • Mon Petit Café — Stuttgard

Great Britain

  • The Clink — Birmingham
  • Six° North — Aberdeen
  • Moor Beer — Bristol
  • Beermerchants Tap —London
  • The Pilcrow — Manchester

Italy

  • Ma Che Siete Venuti A Fà — Rome
  • Abbazia di Sherwood — Caprino Bergamasco
  • LambicZoon — Milano
  • The Drunken Duck  — Quinto Vicentino
  • Ristopub Margherita — Quartu Sant’Elena
  • Ottavonano — Atripalda
  • Birre & Mondo Crudele — Crema
  • Storie di Pinte — San Lazzaro

Japan

  • Dolphins Umeda — Osaka
  • Café Lembeek — Nagoya
  • Smakelijk — Tokyo
Norway
  • The Town of Grimstad — Grimstad

The Netherlands

  • De Bierkoning — Amsterdam

New Zealand

  • Garage Project — Wellington

Poland

  • Mikkeler Bar Warsaw — Warsaw

Russia

  • Eric the Red — Moscow

Spain

  • Masia Agullons — Sant Joan de Mediona

Sweden

  • Zum Franziskaner — Stockholm

Switzerland

  • Bière Café Au Trappiste — Bern

United States

  • Alewife — Long Island City, New York
  • American Solera — Tusla, Oklahoma
  • Armsby Abbey — Worcester, Massachusetts
  • Avenue Pub — New Orleans, Louisiana
  • Bagby Beer — Oceanside, California
  • Beachwood BBQ — Seal Beach, California
  • Crooked Stave Barrel Cellar — Denver, Colorado
  • de Garde Brewing — Tillamook, Oregon
  • Fonta Flora Brewery — Morganton, North Carolina
  • Holy Grale, Louisville — Kentucky
  • Jester King Brewery — Austin, Texas
  • Jolly Pumpkin Artisan Ales — Dexter, Michigan
  • Lord Hobo — Cambridge, Massachusetts
  • The Masonry Fremont — Seattle, Washington
  • Mikkeller Bar SF — San Fransisco, California
  • Monk’s Café — Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
  • Novare Res Bier Café — Portland, Maine
  • The Porter Beer Bar — Atlanta, Georgia
  • Redlight Redlight — Orlando, Florida
  • Russian River Brewing — Santa Rosa, California
  • Schera’s Restaurant and Bar — Elkader, Iowa
  • Seymour — Greenfield, Massachusetts
  • Side Project Brewing Cellar — Maplewood, Missouri
  • St. Somewhere Brewing Co. — Tarpon Springs, Florida
  • The Sovereign — Washington D.C.
  • Spuyten Duyvil — Brooklyn, New York
  • Thin Man Brewery — Buffalo, New-York
  • West Lakeview Liquors — Chicago, Illinois
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