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· June 26, 2018
· June 25, 2018
· June 24, 2018
What You'll Get
For $8, today's side deal gets you a ticket to Brewfest (a $20 value). However, you must pay an additional $5 (cash only!) for beer-tasting tickets and your official tasting glass. This beerstravaganza brings together all of New England's finest drafts, dark and light, malty and hoppy, for one evening of tastings, music, and higher beerducation. Doors open rain or shine at 4 p.m. on Saturday, June 26, at the Lincoln Village Shops in Lincoln, New Hampshire. Last call is at 10 p.m.
With almost 20 microbreweries and a few macrobreweries represented, you'll be able to taste the range of the region's liquid craftwork and posit questions directly to the brewers themselves, expanding your fermented-grain-juice knowledge like bubbles in a brew vat. While you quaff, groove to entertainment such as bluesy genre-jumpers Johnny Wad and the Cash and reggae-esque jammers Pay the Piper. In between bonding with Dad over a pint or 20 of Narragansett, Magic Hat, Smuttynose, and more, festival-goers can stave off the beer munchies with Brewfest’s full-service noshables provided by Mr. Jack's catering service and Ahli Baba's chicken pitas.
Must be 21 with valid ID.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Jun 26, 2010. Amount paid never expires. Valid 6/26, 4 p.m.–10 p.m. Must pay $5 for official tasting glass and beer tickets. Must be at least 21 to drink and have a valid photo ID. Not valid with other offers. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About New England Brewfest
For fourteen years running, New England Brew fest has assembled a coterie of craft breweries to get more than 100 taps flowing with their unique creations. This year, the event includes 30 breweries, and each of them will treat every guest through the gates with complimentary samples of their craft beverages and reasonably priced high-fives. Exhibitors range from Woodstock Inn Brewery and Peak Organic Brewing Company to Angry Orchard Hard Cider and 603 Brewery. Organizers require that guests present ID at the entrance, and recommend bringing a folding chair and comfortable dancing shoes. These items come in handy when absorbing the sweet rhythms of live music.