Breckenridge Beer Festival

Breckenridge Beer Festival is returning to Ridge Street in Downtown Breckenridge!  For you, that means, lots of space, more beer & more fun!

This beer tasting event features over 30 craft brewers. Breweries on board for the April event so far are: AC Golden Brewing Co, Bonfire Brewing, Boulevard Brewing Co, Boulevard Brewing, Bristol Brewing Co, Copper Kettle Brewing Co, Goose Island Brewing, Great Divide Brewing, Kona Brewing, Left Hand Brewing Co, Odell Brewing Co, Palisade Brewing Co, Pug Ryans Brewery, San Luis Valley Brewing Co, Sapporo USA, Upslope Brewing Co & Widmer Brewing!

PLUS, Food, retail vendors, and LIVE music throughout the day! We’ll have 3 bands playing from 11 a.m. – 4 p.m.

This event draws a wide range of people from beer aficionados to families.  Hosted KSMT “The Mountain” on the100 block of Ridge Street. This NEW location combines downtown Breckenridge great views of the mountain in celebration of Brews and Views!

TICKETS
Tickets go on sale February 1, 2014 at Noon.  Click here to purchase tickets. The first 100 people can enter code SAVE5 to save $5 off pre-purchased tickets!

BANDS
We will have 3 bands playing at this year’s event. Stay tuned for who it will be this year!

BREWERS & VENDORS
Over 30 Craft Brewers will attend this year’s event with close to 100 unique brews to sample!
Here are some of our wonderful breweries that will be at the April event:

AC Golden Brewing Co

Bonfire Brewing

Boulevard Brewing

Bristol Brewing Co

Copper Kettle Brewing Company

Great Divide Brewing Company

Goose Island

Kona Brewing

Left Hand Brewing Co.

Odell Brewing

Palisade Brewery

Pug Ryans Brewery

San Luis Valley Brewing Company

Sapporo USA

Upslope Brewing Company

Widmer Brothers

 

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