Stowe Brewers Festival
August 3, 2018 | Stowe Events Field, Stowe, VT
Festival Website: https://www.stowebrewersfestival.com/
Three Sessions: Friday 5:30-9:30 pm Saturday 12-4 pm and 5:30-9:30 pm
FESTIVAL LOCATION: 80 Weeks Hill Road, Stowe, VT 05672
Standard ticket purchasers receive a commemorative tasting glass and tickets for (15) 3 oz. tastes to sample beers and ciders from more than 40 brewers and cider-makers during one four-hour festival tasting session. Ticket holders also receive (5) Spirits tickets to use on Vermont spirits, as well as — NEW THIS YEAR!! — wineries and cocktails.Please note: The Stowe Brewers Festival is an outdoor, rain or shine event. Dress and plan accordingly. No umbrellas, please. Hats and sunglasses are strongly encouraged even if you don’t think the sun will come out – no reentry – no trips back to your car to get what you forgot, or decided you didn’t need. No exceptions. We appreciate your understanding.This is an event only for those of legal drinking age — 21 years of age or older — which includes Designated Drivers. We will be checking ID and the only forms of acceptable ID are US Driver’s Licenses or a valid passport. There are three separate tasting sessions on two consecutive days. You will only be given admission to the session for which you are ticketed. Tasting sessions end precisely as scheduled, as will all food, beverage and vendor sales. Please plan accordingly. If you appear intoxicated (and it’s our call) prior to the start of your session, you will not be allowed to enter. This is a festival to enjoy tasting and learning about the art of craft brewing. If you’re looking to show up drunk and get even more so at this festival, then this is not the event for you.
This year, we are excited to welcome an amazing line-up of bands for each session.Friday evening will feature Peace in the Valley, who have been enthralling audiences with their tight grooves, interesting and unique improvisation, meaningful lyrics, and, of course, heady jams. The band couples interesting song structure with beautiful vocal harmonies to create a musical experience that is both avant-garde and comfortably classic.Saturday afternoon will feature My Mother’s Moustache, a Vermont-based group that uses a dynamic and precise approach to the guitar with emotional, experience-driven lyrics. MMM conjures a fusion of musical experiences that include Folk, Motown, Funk, Blues, and World music.Saturday evening ends with The Pilgrims, an alt-punk indie rock band from Windsor, Vermont. With 5 albums under their belt, they’re ready to rock the house!Back to Events