MacBeerFest 2012 for Two or Four on Friday, September 14, with Souvenir Options (Up to 58% Off)

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MacBeerFest 2012 highlights the opening of ScotFest, an annual celebration of Scottish heritage, food, dance, and music

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Promotional value expires Sep 15, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per visit. Valid only for option purchased. Must be 21 or older. Must use promotional value in 1 visit. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

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Choose from Three Options

  • $5 for MacBeerFest 2012 admission for two (a $12 value)
  • $7 for MacBeerFest 2012 admission for two and a souvenir half-yard glass for beer (a $14 value)
  • $11 for MacBeerFest 2012 admission for four and a souvenir pitcher for beer (a $26 value)

MacBeerFest 2012 highlights the opening night of ScotFest 2012. From 5 p.m. to 11 p.m. on Friday, September 14, festival-goers experience a Gaelic ceilidh—a social gathering with live music, Highland dance, food, and beer. Admission does not include any food or drink (the half-yard glasses and pitchers are souvenirs, which may be filled for an additional fee).

MacBeerFest 2012

Clad in their families' colored tartans, members of more than 30 Scottish clans gather in Tulsa for the annual ScotFest. On the first evening, MacBeerFest 2012 serves as a sort of opening ceremony—modeled after a Gaelic gathering called a ceilidh—for the festival's connoisseurs of Scottish beer. Throughout the first day and the rest of ScotFest, Scottish traditions are passed on to festival patrons with a showcase of Highland crafts, educational workshops, and strongman Scottish games, in which more than 60 athletes compete in games that include tire flips, truck pulls, and tug of war.

Scotch tastings feature reps from Rubright & Hardagain answering questions about different types of scotch, the distilling process, and why some whiskeys are resentful about being locked in barrels for years. Vendors refuel visitors with authentic Scottish food before sending them off to dance to traditional folk and Celtic rock acts such as Celtica, Tullamore, Murder the Stout, and Celtic-influenced Texas rock band Cleghorn. As youngsters play in a designated children's area, a parade of Celtic dogs trots through the grounds and poets pen their entries for a limerick competition.

ScotFest

Clad in their families' colored tartans, members of more than 30 Scottish clans gather on festival grounds in Tulsa for the annual Scotfest, Oklahoma's largest Celtic music festival. Scottish traditions are passed on to festival patrons with a showcase of Highland crafts, educational workshops, and strongman Scottish games, in which more than 60 athletes compete in games that include tire flips, truck pulls, and tug of war.

Scotch tastings will feature Rubright & Hardagain answering questions about different types of scotch, the distilling process, and why some whiskies are resentful about being locked in barrels for years. Meanwhile, vendors refuel visitors with authentic Scottish food before sending them off to dance to traditional folk and Celtic rock acts such as Celtica, Tullamore, Wicked Tinkers, Seven Nations, Murder the Stout, and Celtic-influenced Texas rock band Cleghorn. A designated children's area is available for youngsters to play in.

Customer Reviews

really nice
Karen J. · September 30, 2013
Best festival of the year!
Lisa H. · September 27, 2013
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