Enjoy Live Music and Craft Beer at Colorado Brewers’ Festival

Like music and love beer? Then, the 28th Annual Colorado Brewers’ Festival is the place to be on June 24 and 25.

When the award-winning festival returns to Fort Collins, it will feature at least 90 beers from more than 40 Colorado brewers, as well as an interactive Beer School with tastings and demonstrations.

The iconic event also features some of Northern Colorado’s finest musicians, vendors and food trucks — with no admission charge to enter the festival grounds in Washington Park. But if you want to sample beer, you’ll have to buy a Tasting Package, which includes a commemorative Govino “Go-Anywhere” 16-ounce beer glass and 10 Taster Tickets redeemable for beer.

You can save money by purchasing specially discounted Tasting Packages for $25 directly from participating Fort Collins locations: Equinox Brewing, Gilded Goat Brewing, Maxline Brewing, Intersect Brewing, Rally King Brewing , Black Bottle Brewery, CooperSmith’s Pub & Grub, Zwei Brewing, Horse & Dragon Brewing, Snowbank Brewing, Prost Brewing, Wilbur’s Total Beverage, Bad Daddy’s Burger Bar, Mulberry Max and Visit Fort Collins.

You can buy your package online for $30 and pick up your glass and taster tickets at The Group’s office, 121 E. Mountain Ave., or wait in line the day of the festival and pay $35 while your friends sample beer without you.

Cheers!

By | 2017-05-24T10:41:15+00:00 May 17th, 2017|

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Margaret Jackson is an award-winning journalist who spent nearly 25 years in the newspaper industry, including seven years as a business reporter for the Denver Post. While at the Post, Jackson covered both residential and commercial real estate and cultivated strong relationships throughout metro Denver’s business community. She’s worked at publications including the Fort Collins Coloradoan, St. Louis Business Journal and Belleville (Illinois) News-Democrat. Her awards include best reporting from the Colorado Press Association and business and investigative/enterprise reporting from the Society of Professional Journalists.

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